The recall covers only bottles bearing specific production codes ...
In case you missed it, here's a look at one of the most picturesque wine events in the country....
Happy Hour: $5 cocktails; $5 house wine; $4 selected draft; $2 PBR and High Life; happy hour food menu
Happy Hour: $16-$20 for $15; $11-$15 for $10; $10 and under for $5; $15 Red Sangria Pitchers; $5 Sangria by the glass; $8 All Signature Cocktails; $4 cocktails; $6-10 plates
Happy Hour: $2.50 domestic bottles; $3 well drinks; $4 house wines
Late Night: $1.50 Natty Light cans; $3 Odell 90 Shilling; $3 well vodka
Merchant du Vin will visit the ladies of Highland Tap and Burger for an evening of worldly beer drinking....read more ›
Denver's oldest German club will celebrate Oktoberfest. ...read more ›
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Banana? Banana who? ...read more ›
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Denver Restaurant Week is back for a summer session!...read more ›
For the second time in a month, her strange behavior has prompted many to wonder if she has a drinking problem ...read more ›
Hoofin It will take place in several Denver neighborhoods....read more ›