Tidbites | Door to Door lands award

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Lafayette-based business Door to Door Organics has been named Company of the Year by Naturally Boulder, a nonprofit organization working to enhance Boulder’s natural product industry.

In line with the popular farm-to-table movement, Door to Door Organics partners with farmers to bring fresh produce and natural groceries like locally sourced eggs, gourmet cheeses and humanely raised meats straight to homes, offices and schools.

Naturally Boulder Board President Doug Radi pointed to a commitment to health, the environment and conscientious business practices as the key qualifications that made Door to Door Organics its choice.

The award comes on the heels of Door to Door’s August announcement that it would receive a $2 million investment from Boulder’s Greenmont Capital, and its designation as a B Corporation. The designation places Door to Door among a group of companies that meet standards of social and environmental performance.

For more information visit www.doortodoororganics.com.


Wychwood Hobgoblin, Newcastle Werewolf and Rogue Dead Guy might sound like interesting Halloween costumes, but they are actually seasonal beers offered by Old Chicago as part of its Halloween Mini Beer tour.

Eight specialty, seasonal beers will be available to customers at Old Chicago through Halloween.

Members of the Old Chicago World Beer Tour won’t just walk away with a buzz, but will also receive a special mini tour T-shirt with glow-in-the-dark Halloween graphics.

In addition to the three Halloween-inspired flavors, five other brews will be offered in the mini tour, including KBCO 35th Anniversary Ale, Left Hand Pumpkin Beer, Woodchuck Seasonal Cider, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale and Widmer Brothers Pitch Black IPA.

For more information, visit www.oldchicago.com.


On Oct. 27, West End Tavern is inviting customers to party like it’s 1987, the year that the Boulder institution first opened its doors.

As part of the birthday celebration, visitors can take part in the debut of two specialty beers, West End’s Beaver BRU and Odell’s West End Porter. In addition to the new beers, West End Tavern will debut Old Weller Antique 107, its newest single barrel bourbon.

West End Tavern will provide complimentary birthday cake and party favors to everyone in attendance, and promises a “fabulous prize” to the winner of the ’80s costume contest. Live music will be performed by the Matt Flaherty Trio.

For more information, visit www.thewestendtavern.com.