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Crooked Stave Beer Release; Unwind at the Botanic Gardens; Harman's New Menu

And an award for the best place to work for millennial employees.


RINOCrooked Stave will release Origins Burgundy Sour on Wednesday, June 10 at the brewery's taproom located inside The Source (3350 Brighton Boulevard). Origins is a Burgundy sour ale aged in oak barrels, and its release will mark the brewery's fifth batch of this beer.

CHEESEMAN PARKDenver Botanic Gardens will host its first Unwind event of the summer on Thursday, June 11 from 6 to 9 p.m. This garden and food cocktail event will have an "Escape" theme, including roaming performance artists, drinks and a movie theater themed appetizer menu, a nacho counter and a 3D candy bar featuring all the popular movie favorites; all presented with a touch of class. Tickets can be purchased online.

CHERRY CREEK — Chef John Little at Harman's new June menu focuses on the sweetness of rose and the tart bite of rhubarb. The menu includes three dishes like raw oyster with rhubarb granita and buttermilk gel and cilantro, paired with a strategically chosen rose from around the world. The special will be offered for $20 for the month of June only. To make a reservation, call 303.388.7428.

FORT COLLINS — New Belgium Brewery has been named one of the best places to work for millennial employees in America by the Best Companies Group (BCG). The BCG teamed up with The Center for Generational Kinetics to analyze data from more than 4,000 U.S. organizations that participated in BCG's various programs. The full list and detailed criteria can be found online.

Denver Botanic Gardens

1007 York Street, , CO 80206 (720) 865-3500 Visit Website


2900 East 2nd Avenue, Denver, CO 80206

New Belgium Brewery

500 Linden Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524 970 221 0524 Visit Website

Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar

1441 West 46th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211 720-508-3292 Visit Website