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3 Indoor Activities During the Coronavirus Shutdown

March 14th, 2020

With so many gatherings cancelled due to coronavirus, you may be wondering what you can even do this weekend to stay entertained. Worry not, for we’ve compiled a list of the top three things you can do to stay busy. 1. Drink a microbrew (not a Corona) You’re in Colorado, so you have plenty of beers to choose from. Although alcohol does not get rid of coronavirus (despite the 44 deaths in Iran from alcohol poisoning this week in an effort to kill coronavirus), a beer has never hurt anyone. Also, you can drink Corona, as it’s not related to the virus, but why would you want to? 2.... Read More

Joyride Brewing and a Little Sip of History

December 8th, 2017

On a busy corner of Sheridan Blvd with views of Sloan’s Lake lives a neat little brewery rooted in some interesting history. This side of Sheridan is technically the city of Edgewater; a bright-lighted arch welcomes you to this quaint sandwiched suburb, a literal stone’s throw from Denver proper across the street. In recent months, developers have sought to build up the Sloan’s Lake area into another hot Denver neighborhood, with the ever-popular Highlands and Lo-Hi areas bordering all the other sides of the lake. The businesses of Edgewater only serve to benefit from this potential... Read More

Drinking Consciously This Holiday Season

November 24th, 2017

I hope everyone has survived their Thanksgiving or Harvest holiday meals yesterday, or are pushing through if yours lasts through the weekend! For me, Thanksgiving marks the first day of the holiday season—a period of time at the end of the year for self-reflection, closure of the previous year, spending time with family, and giving a little extra back to the community at large. Taking the time to recognize one’s own little privileges and blessings in life and expressing gratitude can actually go beyond just donating money, toys and food, or volunteering time over the holidays with those in... Read More