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Colorado Meetings + Events Magazine
—5 oz. Crawdaddy’s Cold Brew Coffee
—1 oz. sweetened condensed milk
—1.5 oz. bourbon
—dash orange bitters
Add cold brew, sweetened condensed milk and bourbon to a Collins glass. Stir until sweetened condensed milk is incorporated. Add crushed ice. Dash bitters on top and garnish with orange peel.
Courtesy of Pablo’s Coffee, Denver
Lessons learned from the MIC of Colorado Educational Conference & Trade Show
Location: The charming former gold rush town is located in the foothills of North and South Table Mountains and the Colorado Rockies, just 20 minutes outside of Denver.
Transportation: Golden is easily accessible by car or bike from all directions and connects with Denver via RTD’s light rail service from the West Line. Denver International Airport is only 40 minutes away
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The National Association of Catering & Events Denver Chapter gathered in May at Dry Dock Brewery – South Dock in Aurora. Tasty burgers and Dry Dock beers set the stage for learning about the history of photo booths and how they can be used creatively at events.
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