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Caffeine Crawl Returning to Colorado in August

The tour of coffee shops will hit Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and the Springs

Black Black Coffee will participate in the 2016 Denver Caffeine Crawl
Black Black Coffee will participate in the 2016 Denver Caffeine Crawl

Now in its fifth year, the Caffeine Crawl is returning in August to Colorado for two weekends, four cities, and more than 50 local stops of the best coffee, tea, chocolate, juice, and kombucha in the state.

Boulder and Fort Collins kick off the tour on August 6 and 7, respectively, with Colorado Springs and Denver following August 13-14.

Crawlers will follow a Caffeine Crawl tour guide on a preassigned route through each city, while businesses will showcase their products and processes with short presentations and a sample. Crawlers will receive a ‘swag bag' with take-home treats.

Ticket holders also will receive a complimentary beverage passport from The Passport Program ($20 value, $300 in savings on 2-for-1 deals at local bars, breweries, restaurants, etc...) for boozy exploration of their city after-hours in Boulder, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs.

Denver crawlers will get a complimentary Fika Denver Coffee Passport with buy-one-get-one coffees at more than 20 local shops.

For more information on participating venues and tickets, at $28, visit Caffeine Crawl's website.

(Disclaimer: The author of this article also works for The Passport Program in Fort Collins.)

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