“It will look like a delicate beer but it will knock you on your ass.”
I waited with hundreds of people for a chance to pick up a bottle Stranahan’s Snowflake, a one-of-a-kind whiskey released just once a year.
Denver voters passed Proposition 300, and the use weed in restaurants and bars is now legalized—but there’s still a catch before you light up a joint at your table.
It was only a matter of time before a felinophile with a big dream and a penchant for booze connected the dots.
When Nick Nunns and Zach Coleman aren’t playing and listening to metal, they’re hard at work making beer at their Denver brewery.
Abdullah Saeed travels to Denver to meet Wanda James and Scott Durrah, the first African-American dispensary owners in Colorado and the manufacturers of Simply Pure cannabis-infused products.
A pizza place in Denver called Kaos is now offering free pizza for an entire year to anyone who can help police find the thief who recently burglarized the business.
That’s right, the shadowy specter has an unwavering hunger for the precious snacks and ‘Cowboy Bebop’ episodes of unsuspecting Coloradans.
If you’re in Denver and happen to help someone across the street or wait for the light rather than jaywalking, you might find a Segway cop handing you a pizza gift card.
The brains behind Colorado’s marijuana legalization campaign are now pursuing a ballot measure in Denve called “The Limited Social Marijuana Consumption Initiative.” Translation: “Let’s allow people to get high and socialize in restaurants and bars, just like they do with booze.”
Justin Brunson of Old Major—takes us out in the Mile-High City for a night full of smoked meats, raw oysters, and an excess of bourbon.
We spoke to Niki Ganong, author of The Field Guide to Drinking in America, about all of the weird and wonderful ways that America deals with its people getting wasted.
While millions of joints, bowls, blunts, bongs, and dabs are blazed up this week, The Weed Eater has forsworn the ubiquitous smoke in favor of discovering the most satisfying pot-infused food available in America’s mecca of legal weed.
MycoTechnology, a small startup based in Denver, Colorado, has discovered a way to use its proprietary “mushroom technology” to strip a wheat kernel of enough of its gluten to warrant an FDA-approved label.
Colorado lawmakers voted yesterday that by January 2016, edibles must have some kind of visual designation that they’re going to get you baked out of your skull.
A haunted cave, mariachi bands, and cliff divers are just the beginning when it comes to the weird attractions of Denver’s—and maybe the world’s—craziest restaurant: Casa Bonita.
I’m a cliff-diving performer at Denver’s indescribably crazy restaurant Casa Bonita. This is what my daily grind is like at one of the strangest service jobs out there.
Welcome to The Weed Eater, a new column exploring the intersection of cannabis and cuisine from former High Times editor, David Bienenstock. To celebrate the culinary side of 4/20 weekend, David headed to Denver to indulge in a fancy weed dinner.