Tidbites | Twisted tastes

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Twisted Pine will be offering a small-bites-and-beer pairing along with a presentation on the history of brew. Ginger Johnson of Women Enjoying Beer and the Twisted Pine Company will take you on an “edutaining” journey of learning and enjoying different ingredients in beer, the history of beer, women in the industry, craft beer creativity and more.

The event will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Twisted Pine Tap Room. Individual tickets are $25, and group discount tickets are $20. The event is limited to 40 people.

Sales end Oct. 13 and tickets can be purchased at twistedpine.eventbrite.com.


Slow Food Boulder is hosting a wine and beer pairing harvest dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Lone Hawk Farm. It is intended to give guests the chance to enjoy the bountiful harvest that county farmers have to offer. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go towards Slow Food Boulder County as it continues its efforts to sup port good, clean and fair food for all.

The evening includes a cocktail hour, followed by a four-course wine and pairing dinner. The Greg Harris trio will light up the dance floor following the dinner.

Tickets can be purchased at slowfoodboulder.brownpapertickets.com. Members are able to purchase tickets at a discounted rate.


Having a hard time finding which restaurants and breweries have gluten-free beer? Fear not, for there is now an app for that.

The Find Me Gluten Free is a free app for iPhone and Android that offers a simple way of finding gluten-free friendly restaurants, products and businesses, while connecting all users with safe dining options throughout the United Sates and Canada.

The new app features gluten-free beer from New Planet Beer Company, which is available in restaurants across 40 states and has plans to expand. New Planet offers three styles of gluten-free beer: Tread Lightly Ale, Off Grid Pale Ale and 3R Raspberry Ale.

To learn more about the app, visit www.findmeglutenfree.com.

For more information about New Planet Beer Company, visit www.newplanetbeer.com.

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