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Top 3 Bars in Niwot

March 3rd, 2020

1. 1914 House Set in a two story historic building in Old Town Niwot, 1914 House is focused on sustainable food made from scratch as well as a wide selection of drinks to try in their bar or in their private dining area. Drinks to try: Royal Vesper empress 1908 gin, hanger one rose vodka, lillet blanc, house lavender syrup Railcar finlandia grapefruit vodka, hand-squeezed grapefruit, lime, house rosemary syrup Niwot’s Curse knob creek rye, spanish vermouth, leopold bros. tart cherry liqueur, cinnamon bitters 2. Niwot Tavern Niwot Tavern is a local favorite with a great happy... Read More

Backcountry Pizza: Pints & Pies

December 8th, 2017

What goes better with beer than pizza? I don’t know about ya’ll, but when I’m scarfing down a cheesy scrumptious slice, dripping with that orange grease, I’m in need of something strong to wash it down. Those bubbles and hops seem to tone down the greasiness of the pizza, making a nice cold one all the more refreshing. Backcountry Pizza & Tap House does it right with that perfect pairing of a pie and a pint. With 68 beers on tap and 350 bottled beers, Backcountry Pizza is Boulder’s largest selection of draft microbrews. Not to mention, they have dozens of pizzas... Read More

Grab a Brew & View Mayweather vs. McGregor

August 25th, 2017

Throw back some brews and get pumped up for the big fight this Saturday night! We all know what I’m talking about – Conor McGregor v.s. Floyd Mayweather. It’s a boxing match for the ages that we’re all anxiously awaiting to see. Who will win? Mayweather, the undefeated longtime pro-boxer, or McGregor, the Irish charmer/MMA master? I guess we’ll have to wait and see; but where is a fan to watch the Mayweather/McGregor showdown in Boulder? Well, after spending tedious amounts of time calling the most prominent bars in Boulder, I realized the hard way, that watching boxing fights is just... Read More

Walnut Brewery Needs to Be on Every Beer Lover’s Bucket List

May 9th, 2017

Walnut Brewery’s Old Elk Brown Ale tastes like victory. Perhaps it’s because the English-style brown ale wins medals as often as the US Olympic gymnastics team; the beer is a two-time Silver and Gold medalist at the Great American Beer Festival awards. The brew is rich and malty, with notes of caramel and chocolate and subtle hops. The beer is as delicious as it is interesting and needs to be on ever beer snob’s bucket list. Of course, the brewery offers lots of delectable brews worth tasting. Some of my favorites? 1123 IPA  I love a good, strong IPA. This hoppy brew is tropical... Read More