Where to Find Football Drink Specials in Denver

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Where to Find Football Drink Specials in Denver

Our beloved Broncos are on the gridiron again. This fall begins a new season and we’ve forgotten all about that silly game last February. The first official game is Sunday, September 7, against the Manning's old team the Indianapolis Colts, starting at 6:30 PM. As always, local establishments are offering drink specials during the games. If you know of any specials we've missed, let us know on Facebook or Twitter and we'll add them! Here is a rundown of where to find cheap drinks this football season.

The Cooler: The Cooler across from Sloan’s Lake features $2 Bud Light cans and $2 Coors Light and Budweiser drafts. The bar opens at 10 AM on Sundays with a full lineup of NFL Sunday Ticket and brunch menu until 2 PM. (2045 Sheridan Blvd.; 720-536-4836)

Fado Irish Pub:  Whether you're into futbol or football, don't worry Fado has both. Fado opens up early on Saturdays and Sundays to show Premier League and La Liga matches in the morning, then Sunday afternoons find your favorite NFL team on one of the 15 TVs around the old Irish bar. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from open until 3 PM and features bottomless mimosas. NFL Sundays bring $3 Bud Lights and $9 Bud Light pitchers. (1735 19th St.; 303-297-0066)

Federal Bar & GrillThe Fed is the newest sports bar located near Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Brunch is every Bronco Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM and the bar has 20 tap lines. (2544 Federal Blvd.; 303-728-9479)

Icehouse Tavern: The Icehouse in LoDo offers up all kinds of specials for our Denver sports teams. Football Sundays feature $4 bloody marys and mimosas or $3 screwdrivers, cape cods and greyhounds during brunch (10 AM to 3 PM) and during Weekend Happy Hour (11 AM to 7 PM) enjoy $2 domestic drafts, $1 off all other drafts, $3 wells, $4 wines and house margaritas and $5 appetizers. Mondays feature the $5 Pub Cheeseburger and Thursdays feature $6 turkey club wraps. Icehouse beer in cans are $2 every day. (1801 Wynkoop St.; 303-292-3775)

Mile High Station: Under the Colfax viaduct near Sports Authority Field at Mile High you can join the Broncos Bash party every home game. The party starts with the Coors Light girls who give away a pair of tickets to the following Broncos home game and serve Coors and Coors Light drafts. This year, MHS is teaming up with Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey and Tito’s Handmade Vodka. Stranahan’s drinks are only $6.50 and Tito’s drinks only $5. Radio station 104.3 The Fan will broadcast live before every home game. Opening times vary depending on game times so check the website for the full schedule. Avoid driving and parking by taking the RTD’s C, E or W Lines. (2027 W. Lower Colfax Ave.; 720-946-7721)

Old Chicago:  All metro area Old Chicago restaurants will have football drink specials all season long. That means all day Sunday, and Monday and Thursday nights. Coors Light and Miller Lite beers are $2.95 per bottle, $3.25 per pint and $3.75 per tall and Blue Moon, Crispin Pear Cider and Leinenkugel's seasonal will be $3.75 per pint and $4.25 per tall. There will also be three special Football Cocktails for only $5. The Hail Mary is Smirnoff Citrus Vodka in the OC Bloody Mary garnished with a lime, bacon, peperoni, green olives and pickles. The Beermosa is Blue Moon Belgian White Ale and Crispin Pacific Pear Cider with Smirnoff Orange Vodka and OJ and the Tailgate Punch is Blue Moon Belgian White and Crispin Pacific Pear Cider with Smirnoff Citrus Vodka, OJ and pomegrante. (Denver, Littleton, two in Lakewood and two in Thorton)

Stoney’s Bar & Grill: No one is happier that football season is here than our friends at Stoney’s. During all NFL games, Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays enjoy $4 Jack Daniels and Jack Daniels’ Tennessee Honey, Tuaca, Southern Comfort and SoCo Bold Black Cherry and Herradura Silver. Guests can also get $5 Herradura Margs and a Finlandia Bloody Mary Bar. Beer specials feature $3.50 Coors/Coors Light and $4.50 Blue Moon. On college football Saturdays, Stoney’s becomes the Oklahoma Sooners fan bar featuring Shiner Bock for $3.50. (1111 Lincoln St.; 303-830-6839)

Sports Column: Saturday and Sunday football specials feature $3 Coors Banquets, Coors Lights, Miller Lites and PBRs or $9 pitchers. Craft and import choices include $4 Dales, Breckenridge, Blue Moon, Colorado Native, New Belguim and Dos Equis. Saturdays and Sundays feature $9.50 bottomless mimosas. For Monday night games, check out Monday Night Bloopers specials. If a second half kickoff is returned for a touchdown, the bar will pay your first half tab. Other jabs include missed PATs for $2.50 Dos Equis or Newcastles and $2 Kami or Hooter shots with each interception or fumble (possession change). (1930 Blake St.; 303-296-1930)

The Tavern: Play the 1st Possession Payoff at all eight  Tavern locations for a chance to win two Broncos home game tickets and a sideline pass for the opening Broncos Drive or $1000 in cash and prizes for every point scored during the Bronco’s first offensive possession. Visit any location for a game piece with a code that can be entered online. Winners will be drawn for each Broncos regular season game. (All Locations: Downtown, Uptown, Lowry, Tech Center, Wash Park, Mile High, Ballpark, and Littleton) 

ViewHouse Centennial:  The newly opened ViewHouse in the DTC not only has drink specials for the NFL, the bar has the largest indoor TV not inside a sports arena for the Broncos faithful to watch. Beer specials include $3 Coors Light drafts or buckets of five for $15 and $5 Colorado craft drafts. Other fun stuff includes weekly food, drink and prize giveaways. (7101 S. Clinton St.; 303-790-8439)

Zengo’sOn football Sundays, enjoy Zengo’s brunch with bloody mary bar and new brunch cocktails. The Bottomless Broncos Brunch is $35 per person with unlimited small plates and free flowing cocktails. (1610 Little Raven St.; 720-904-0965)


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