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Golden opportunity

Saturday. Before it was part of an international conglomerate, Coors was a tiny brewery founded by a German immigrant who was looking for the best source of water in Colorado. Now, 150 years and millions of Silver Bullets later, the company is celebrating its birthday in a variety of ways, including a mural in Golden and a Coors 150 Anniversary street fair on Sept. 30.

The free and family-friendly fair includes live entertainment and music on two stages, as well as games, activities, food and, of course, Coors beer. Special 150th anniversary merchandise will be available for sale. All of the festivities will take place along Washington Avenue between 11th and 13th streets in Golden from noon to 6 p.m. More information at

Raices Brewing hosts the third annual Suave Fest. (Photo By Kathryn Scott/Special to The Denver Post)

Mas cervezas, por favor

Saturday. One of Colorado’s most unusual and innovative beer gatherings returns Saturday, from noon to 6 p.m. at Raices Brewing in Denver. Suave Fest, which the brewery created in 2019 in response to the lack of diversity in the craft brewing industry, celebrates Latino-owned beer makers. And there will be 18 of them on hand, including 10 from Colorado (like Coal Mine Avenue Brewing, Comrade Brewing, Los Dos Potrillos Cerveceria and Cheluna Brewing).

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