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If you're a beer lover and lucky enough to live near Denver, get thee to Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen. After indulging in Steak Poutine with an Avery Reverend Belgian Quadrupel or perhaps one of their house-made, hand-cranked sausages and a Dry Dock Double IPA,you'll receive your check and one of these beauties.
Euclid Hall prides itself on high-quality, innovative pub food and the best of beer menus. Beer nerds will get a kick out of the bottle listing, organized into increasingly-challenging categories: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Quantum Mathematics (full of Dubbels and Quadrupels). They also feature a few creative beer cocktails, like a Zeus's Brother (Great Divide Hades, Broker’s gin, Pimms, lavender simple syrup, lemon juice). I've had almost every variety of beer one can get in Houston, but I can safely say I've never tried that!
Also serving plenty of liquor.
New in 2010 yet housed in a historic 1883 building, Euclid Hall earned Westword's 2011 awards for Best New Restaurant, Best Late-Night Menu, Best Rising-Star Chef, and reader's choice for Best New American Restaurant and Best Bottle Beer List. Oh yeah, and they're open until 2.
Did I mention the house-made sausage?
Wanna go? Head to Denver's 14th street, and look for the giant tap handle. You'll get a bottle cap and an absolutely gastronomical experience.