Renegade Brewing Menu - August 2011

Regulars (more likely to be available)

  • 5 o'clock blonde ale
  • Ryeteous rye ipa
  • Una Mas roasted pepper mexican amber
  • Hit me american red
  • Another thrill imperial porter
  • Sunday morning strong coffee (strong ale)

Small batch (more likely to vary):

  • Rye rye miss aperican pye - rye ale
  • King of spain (1/2 una mas, 1/2 ryetous)

Note how they recommend Belemonti's pizzeria if you want some grub.

Belemonti's Pizzera

A delicious independent pizza location.

Renegade Brewing Company

The Renegade Brewing Company is the latest addition to Denver's "Fermentation row" along Santa Fe/Kalamath between Alameda and downtown.

So far Renegade has a tasting room where they sell beers for on-site consumtpion and in growlers or kegs so you can take it home. They also have some merch like hats and shirts.

See their website for more info.

Baker Homes for Sale - Open House Tour July 31 2011

South Baker Open House Tour
Come and check out some awesome places!

When: Sunday 7/31 from 1-4pm

  • 37 West. Byers Place
  • 150 West. Byers Place
  • 88 West. Cedar
  • 115 West. Cedar
Date: 
31 Jul 2011 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Argyll gastropub coming to Broadway, but where?

Robert Thompson (whose Punch Bowl bowling alley/bistro is under construction in the former Big Lots at 1st & Broadway) has closed his Argyll "gastropub" in Cherry Creek and according to Westword he plans to reopen Argyll "a few blocks from the Punch Bowl ... at an undisclosed address" in a "new buildout ... on a 6,000-square-foot-plus parcel"; the Denver Post (last item in article) is a little more specific — it reports the new Argyll on Broadway will be 4500 sq. ft. with a 1000-square-foot "courtyard in the back", and will be 2 blocks south of Punch Bowl

so where could that be? ...

Underground Music Showcase returns to Broadway 21-24 July

if you've walked on Broadway recently, you already know because several different poster designs are in every window announcing the 11th annual Underground Music Showcase; not only is The UMS by far the biggest festival on Baker's edge, several of the musicians are Baker residents

venues from Moe's Original BBQ (530 Broadway) down to Spark Theatre (240 S. Broadway) will host 300+ performances over four days; panel discussions, a film festival, an art show and plenty of free people-watching, impromptu busking and perhaps a flash mob or two can be expected

if you know particular artists from Baker that will be playing, leave a comment (Baker troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff will be touring in Europe, but his backing band Fairchildren will play the UMS)

Date: 
21 Jul 2011 - 6:00pm - 24 Jul 2011 - 11:55pm

Fairmont farmers' market highlighted on Channel 4 News

BakerNow has mentioned Fairmont's student farmers' market a few times and now Channel 4 News has done a short profile of the market held this Saturday at Fairmont Dual Immersion Academy (Flash required to view the video portion)

surprising Stuff

nestled below a billboard and a cell-phone tower on an unwelcoming stretch of South Santa Fe Drive is a real surprise …

detail of stained glass by Pete Adams

"Stuff", the sign reads, and lists a few kinds of stuff; "starting at $1.00"

Amadora Gallery specializes in tribal art

galleries continue to march south along Santa Fe Dr. (and Kalamath St.), rounding out Baker's portion of the Santa Fe Arts District; one new addition is Amadora Gallery at 329 Santa Fe:

Amadora Gallery storefront

22nd annual Baker Bargain Bonanza this Saturday

rain date is Sunday, 12 June

here is the map of sales (1.7 MB PDF)

Date: 
11 Jun 2011 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
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