Best beer festival there is. All you can eat and drink doesn't get any better than that. Worth the $$$.
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Lots of good beer and food. Music was great as well, different vendors were easy to access.
Loved this event. I would definitely come back. So much food and so much beer!
it was a fun experience -the varity of beer and to add wine and spirits made it a well rounded event. no the food was sooooo good- I enjoyed this event and would make this a tradition for the years to come
Disappointed in the 7pm - 10pm event, Vendors were completely out of food by 8:15ish! This event was overrated and not worth the expense... Would not recommend wasting your money. Too many other choices in Denver to chose from!
the only good thing was it was sunny, but there could have been more beer and bacon vendors instead of the line to go in and out to get bacon, also why not place the event on the concourse walkways instead of a plastic covering on the field . its not worth the $69 to get in but sadly i feel for those who paid for ViP, THE BEER and Bacon fest in Seattle was far better maybe next year it will be done better!!
I was excited for good food and beer but unfortunately besides a Wynkoop and Odell both the food and beer were very average
We will definitely be going again next year! Was a lot of fun!
Better than the one last year at Levi's Stadium. The event was on the field which provided more room. As a result the lines weren't as long and moved fast. All the samples were great, and the people there were wonderful.
The concept is pretty cool and overall it was fun but for the amount of money we paid for VIP tickets it was not worth it. Once the general admission folks started streaming in (an hour in) it was mobbed. Maybe if you are more into craft beer you would like it better. there were a couple beers and ciders that were tasty but overall I am not a big fan. The bacon dishes were good but I wish there had been MORE. The food in the VIP area was not anything special-make your own BLT was actually put together from a check list you filled out and was like a sandwich your mom would have made you for lunch in 4th grade-squishy white bread and all. The people there early for the power hour were given the same color wrist bands as the VIPs so got access to all the same stuff, which was kind of annoying given the price difference.