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Keep the Glass at Stem Ciders, Meaty Book Club With Western Daughters

Plus a French-inspired happy hour and a collaboration beer from New Belgium.

Adam Larkey

RINO — Stem Ciders is hosting a 'Keep the Glass' night at on Tuesday, June 9. Join the cidery at its RiNo tap room from 4 - to 10 p.m. to enjoy two cider pours and a keepsake glass for just $10.

WASH PARK —  Bittersweet is now offering a playful take on the happiest of hours with the launch of Le Cinq à Sept, a French version of happy hour. Tuesday through Thursday from 4 to 5:30 p.m., the Wash Park restaurant is offering an innocent ‘Afternoon Delight,' featuring a selection of $5 small plates, $7 signature cocktails and $5 beer and wine, all while enjoying the beautiful weather on the garden patio.

CHERRY CREEK — On Wednesday, June 10 at 6 p.m. at the Cherry Creek Library, 5280 Magazine food editor Amanda Faison is hosting th Food Lover's Book Club.The group will discuss why eating less meat is better for all, and why knowledge is power—especially when it comes to the dinner table. References will be made to Dan Barber's The Third Plate (specifically chapters three and seven) and Charleston super chef Sean Brock's new cookbook Heritage (specifically "The Pasture" chapter). Bonus: A demo and a tasting from Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe.

FORT COLLINS New Belgium Brewing has teamed up with Portland-based Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) for its Beers with Vrienden release, a collaborative endeavor with friends and brewers around the country. The first part of this journey started at New Belgium on June 4, with the initial collaborative brew, followed by a release celebration and reciprocal brew at HUB during the Oregon Brewer's Festival in July.


16 East Martin Street, , NC 27601 (919) 977-3829 Visit Website

New Belgium Brewery

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

Stem Ciders

2811 Walnut Street, , CO 80205 (720) 443-3007 Visit Website