Denver’s Beer Fest is back in action this fall! The 8th annual festivities are going to take place throughout Denver at various breweries, bars, restaurants and more. As Denver is often referred to as the “Napa Valley” of beer, this city offers some of the best microbrews in the country. Not to mention the social scene to go with it; if you recently moved to Denver, you can be sure to make some friends at this fun, yet relaxed event.
Many venues are participating throughout the entirety of the Beer Fest which stretches from September 30th through October 8th. “The Biergarten”, “Barley and Barley” and “Black Shirt Brewing Co” are just a few participants that you can frequent throughout the entire Beer Fest. You can find various other activities peppered throughout the week such as “Brewery Bootcamp for Breast Cancer”. This event is put on by the non-profit organization, “Drink for Pink”.
A fun and active way to experience how great Denver’s Beer Fest is while supporting the beginning of breast cancer awareness month. This Beer Fest wraps up with the “Great American Beer Festival”. This three day event on October 6 – 8 is the largest collaboration of beer in the country! All My Son’s Moving and Storage suggest that participating in festivals such as these are a great way to get to know your city, especially if you are a new resident! Denver is one of the country’s most historical sites when it comes to beers. The Denver Beer Fest not only offers a history lesson in its beer, it is a staple of this beautiful city.