Food and Drink
A new mindset is taking hold when it comes to the nation's most popular beer style: Make IPA Clear Again.
State of the pint: The haze craze that made murky IPAs the top beer trend is reaching a plateau, brewers say.
One of Colorado's main strategies for battling the pandemic is providing access to free COVID-19 testing.
If you're not heading to the National Western Stock Show this weekend, but are looking for some low-key, COVID-safe fun, we've got a few ideas.
After COVID-induced shutdowns, repeated regulatory changes, labor shortages and supply chain challenges, restaurant owners, operators and workers — along with the patrons they serve — are left to wonder what 2022 has in store.
What to watch: Denver's dining world continues to display resilience and fierce creativity, but its players anticipate menu price hikes, continued staffing problems and a delayed return to any semblance of normal as they embark on year three of the global pandemic.
Denver's boozy culture takes a break this month.
What's happening: Americans increased their alcohol consumption amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now as we enter year three, many are contemplating a reset.
The top Colorado breweries and brews in this year's Axios Best Beer survey epitomized both ends of the spectrum: hop-crazed hazy IPAs and traditional, full-flavored lagers.
What we found: We surveyed 150 beer lovers, brewers and industry pros — in addition to crunching Untappd ratings data — to find Colorado's best breweries, beers and trends for 2021 and what to watch in 2022.
Wrapping up all the year-end happenings in the Colorado restaurant scene, we give you the deliciously good along with the heartburn-inducing headlines you need to know about your favorite dining destinations and more.
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