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High Point Creamery

High Point Creamery, which got its start in Hilltop and has a mobile outpost as well as a location inside the Denver Central Market is kicking off spring with a new flavor menu along with a seasonal sorbet: I’m Peach Mint. The business will be donating 10% of all pint sales of I’m Peach Mint sorbet to the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network. In addition to the new sorbet release, three fan favorites will return, including: Darkest Chocolate, Chamomile with Strawberry Swirl, and Cherry Miso with Chocolate Freckles. Among four new flavors are the Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp and the Violet and Lime.

In other charity news, Strange Craft Beer Co is tapping its March Strangers Helping Strangers Non Profit Tap starting tomorrow and through the end of the month — and inviting guests to drink for a good cause. A percentage of your liquid purchase will go toward Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation & Denver Rolling Nuggets. During this time, adult guests of the West Coast Conference Basketball Championship taking place March 4-5 at Gold Crown (200 S Harlan Street, Lakewood) are also invited to stop by the brewery to raise a glass to the juniors who participate in the basketball tournament. CASF manages, promotes and raises funds for adaptive team sports across the state of Colorado, including wheelchair basketball, sled hockey, wheelchair softball, wheelchair lacrosse, and power soccer, representing over 200 adult and junior athletes.

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