Denver Life MagazineDenver Life Magazine is the premier lifestyle magazine that celebrates life in Denver and the surrounding region. As a trusted resource for an audience of highly educated, affluent residents of the metro area, Denver Life Magazine highlights the exciting benefits of living in a progressive urban location where fine dining, fashion, visual and performing arts, home design resources and sporting events thrive, while also emphasizing travel, outdoor adventure and family life. Denver Life Magazine takes great pride in giving back to the community while inspiring readers to become involved in philanthropic pursuits. We believe that it is the unique blend of Culture, Adventure and Style that makes Denver such an amazing place to live, work and play.
Colorado Brewers GuildColorado has become the state of craft beer in America. Colorado is home to over 120 established craft brewers located across the state, with many start-up breweries in the planning phase. These breweries are located in and are a vital part of local communities. Colorado craft brewers contribute financially and culturally to Colorado. Colorado breweries flourish, in large part, due to a strong tier of independent retailers that provides vital access to market.
Ernie's Bar and PizzaOriginally established in the Sunnyside Neighborhood in 1943, Ernie’s is back and offers a neighborhood atmosphere with a large, open patio, plenty of seating. Ernie’s Bar carries thirty American beers on tap, more than thirty beers by the bottle, an engaging wine list, and an original cocktail menu. Come in and check out the recent remodel and re-establishment of Ernie’s as well as the new menu, crafted by Sean Kelly with fresh pizzas, antipasto, salads and appetizers-all made with quality ingredients.
A Neighborhood Restaurant and Bar specializing in Gourmet Burgers, Colorado Craft Brews and Spirits. Live Music Every Wednesday, Weekend Brunch 10am-2pm & Lunch Tuesday – Friday 11am-3pm. 17 HDTV’s and all DirecTv Sports Packages and multimedia formats available for Audio/Video and Computer Presentations for your next event.
Oskar BluesGreat canned beer? The term has been an oxymoron for craft beer lovers used to getting their full-flavored beers from bottles only. But in November of 2002, Oskar Blues Brewery (in tiny Lyons, Colorado, pop.1400) changed that by putting its 3-dimensional Dale’s Pale Ale in a can, thus launching the “Canned Beer Apocalypse.”
Star BarVoted “Editor’s Choice - Top of the Town Best Dive Bar” 5280 Magazine, July 2011, and “People’s Choice - Best Dive Bar” Denver Magazine, March 2011. One of Denver’s oldest surviving watering holes, opened in 1959 and completely renovated in April 2010. Ready to service the ballpark neighborhood, conveniently located close to Coors Field, LoDo, the Highlands, Curtis Park, and central downtown.
The Beer ConnoisseurBeer Culture Defined. Delve into the world’s premier beer magazine as it explores beer culture both in America and abroad. As you may already know, the beer industry is heading in a new and exciting direction.The Beer Connoisseur® Magazine & Online is the leading authority of this rising phenomenon, with a goal of delivering the message to those who have yet to embrace this rich lifestyle.
Alaskan Brewing CompanyBrewing with history Alaska has a rich history of brewing. From the explorers of the 1700s through the Gold Rush, many a thirsty Alaskan has been able to enjoy locally made beers.In 1986, 28-year-olds Marcy and Geoff Larson reignited that tradition when they opened the Alaskan Brewing Company, the 67th brewery in the country and the first brewery in Juneau since Prohibition. Alaskan beers reflect many of the same characteristics of beers that were brewed here during the gold rush era. From the historically based Alaskan Amber recipe to alder-smoked malts and Sitka spruce tips, Alaskan beers reflect Juneau’s local brewing history and innovation.
New Planet Beer“We named our beer company New Planet Beer Company as a way to express our desire for a new and invigorated planet. It’s our core mission to make great tasting gluten-free beers that everyone can enjoy, while donating a portion of our proceeds to environmental efforts,” ~ CEO and Founder Pedro Gonzalez
The Prostate Conditions Education CouncilThe Prostate Conditions Education Council (PCEC) was founded in 1989, and is a non-profit 501-3c organization. A national organization committed to men’s health, PCEC is the nation’s leading resource for information on prostate health. The PCEC is dedicated to saving lives through awareness and the education of men, the women in their lives, as well as the medical community about prostate cancer prevalence, the importance of early detection, and available treatment options, as well as other men’s health issues. The Council – comprised of a consortium of leading physicians, health educators, scientists and prostate cancer advocates – aims to conduct nation wide screenings for men and perform research that will aid in the detection and treatment of prostate conditions.