RINO — Crooked Stave will release not one but two of its brews the Flor d'Lees and Progenitor on Wednesday, June 1 at 6 p.m. Progenitor (6.2% ABV) was primary fermented with the brewer's mixed culture of Brettanomyces yeast and bacteria before receiving a heavy-handed dose of dry hopping. The July 1st release marks the third batch of our Dry Hopped Golden Sour. Flor d'Lees (5.0% ABV), an Indigenous Wild Ale aged in Oak Barrels is one of Crooked Stave's most complex long-aged sours. Numerous barrels are sampled to get just the right blend.
SOUTH BROADWAY — One and all are invited to Metlo Nights Happy Hour on Wednesday, June 1 on the outdoor patio on the 1st floor of the complex. From 5 to 7:30 p.m., attendees can enjoy an event hopping with live music, live art, signature cocktails, coffee and fresh and healthy food. GoBistro, Amtheyst Coffee, and Pressed Juice Daily will provide food and drinks. More information about the event can be found online.
DOWNTOWN — Holy guacamole! Beginning Wednesday, July 1 through September 30, Tamayo is bringing back its third annual Guacamole Festival. The modern Mexican restaurant will be featuring an assortment of flavors, highlighting various regions, including Baja, Sur and Pacifico ranging in price from $12 to $16. One of the stellar combinations making an appearance is the Sur guacamole made with grasshoppers or chapulines, a crunchy, nutty taste packed with protein. Reservations can be made by calling 720.946.1433.