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Falling Rock Tap House: A Beer Lover’s Destination in Denver

October 22, 2014 4:03 pm

With over 75 taps and 130 bottles, Falling Rock Tap House considers itself one of the “best tap houses in America.” They offer many rare and difficult to find brews, and the selection rotates regularly, so there is always something new to try.

Located a half block from Denver’s Coors Field, it’s a great place to grab a beer before or after a game. When there isn’t a home game, Falling Rock has a friendly neighborhood feel with a laid back vibe, making it an enjoyable atmosphere to relax with friends. Regulars say the food in general is very good here, making Falling Rock Tap House a place you can stop in for both a good meal and an excellent beer.

In addition to bar and booth seating on the main floor, there is an outdoor patio and lower level with pool tables and darts.

Falling Rock Tap House
1919 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 293-8338

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Tis the Season for Pumpkin Ale

October 18, 2014 2:00 pm

8 Colorado Pumpkin Ales that are a MUST this fall:

1) Pumpkin Ale from Upslope Brewing Company
(Boulder, CO)
2) Venetucci Pumpkin Ale from Bristol Brewing Company
(Co Springs)
3) Harvest Pumpkin Ale from Blue Moon Brewing Company
(Boulder, CO)
4) Imperial Pumpkin from Dry Dock Brewing
(Aurora, CO)
5) Pumpkick from New Belgium Brewing
(Fort Collins, CO)
6) Fermentation Without Representation from Epic Brewing
(Denver, CO)
7) Rumpkin from Avery Brewing Co
(Boulder, CO)
8) Pumpkin Ale from Wynkoop Brewing
(Denver, CO)


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Six Fascinating Facts About the Solar System

October 16, 2014 5:04 pm

Dark, mysterious, and rarely traveled, outer space piques the curiosity of people young and old. If your daydreams take you on intergalactic adventures, check out NASA's facts about the planets:

1) The average temperature on Venus is about 900 degrees Fahrenheit. Some areas on this planet are hot enough to melt lead. Likely due to Venus's extreme temperatures, no evidence of life has ever been found on the planet.

2) Mercury is the fastest planet in the solar system: A year on Mercury is equal to 88 days on Earth! Mercury is also the smallest planet in our solar system; it's a little smaller than Earth's moon.

3) Mars is cold and desert-like. It has seasons; however, the conditions of its atmosphere does not allow its surface to retain liquid water for long.

4) Enveloped by rings of ice and rock, Saturn is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium. The planet has three orbiting moons.

5) The winds on Neptune can reach up to 1,600 miles per hour, making Neptune the windiest planet in the solar system.

6) Jupiter has plenty of moons with different climates. One of the four largest moons is covered in ice, while another one of Jupiter's moons is the most volcanically active in the solar system.

Learn more about our solar system by visiting the Solar System 101 page on NASA's website.

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