Posted by Brandi in Happy Summer: Colorado, What We Ate on June 18, 2014
This little black book has quickly become a key part of our Summer in Denver arsenal, and my favorite souvenir from our month here.
It’s called the Denver Passport and it’s the best drink deal in town. They’re now sold out, even after the priced went up to $20 on June 1.
Forget your happy hours, forget your buy nine get one free sub card — this is your ticket to a well-hydrated summer. It offers 60 bars and restaurants in Denver where you can score two-for-one drinks!
We scored ours back in May, so it only cost $10. According to my number-crunching accountant friend and personal Denver tour guide Sarah, the book paid for itself after the second use.
We’ve had beers, Moscow Mules, margaritas, sangrias, and more beer with our passport. It’s also helped us find some cool spots we may not have found otherwise.
It even scored us bonus beers at the first ever Denver Flea. Set in City Park during our first weekend here, we perused dozens of local goods purveyors — from beer and food to clothing and knick knacks. It was a super cool scene, made all the tastier by the four local breweries sharing their own goods. Sarah, Hayley and I cashed in our free-drink token at the Breckenridge tent for their Summer Bright. As far as summer beers go, this one was light, tasty, and would have been a go-to if our “beer fridge” across the street had stocked it.