Two Weekend Long Denver Beer Fest Underway

If you enjoy beer tasting, brewery touring and partying in general, you’ll likely want to attend the Denver Beer Fest, which began this past weekend in the Mile High City.

Organized and sponsored by Visit Now, the Denver Convention and Visitors Bureau, this third-annual, nine-day fest coincides with the annual Oktoberfest. Offering a variety of ales, stouts, lagers and other options for anyone interested, discerning beer drinkers can have a great time mulling through a wide array of micro-breweries, brew pubs and beer cafes, sampling some of the world’s greatest brews, listening to music and enjoying beer-clad meals in some of the city’s finest eating establishments.

At The Sawaya Law Firm, we encourage drinking responsibly. So if you’re planning to participate and imbibe in the merrymaking, avoid drinking and driving-and plan ahead to make sure you and everyone around you stays safe. For instance, forego driving your own car and take RTD or the light rail instead. Plan to attend with friends and designate a non-drinking driver to transport everyone home. Or, if you plan to drink, call a cab to pick you up.

Whatever you do, have fun-but avoid getting behind the wheel and, instead, choose a safer option that makes sense!

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Michael established The Sawaya Law Firm in 1977 and built it into one of the largest personal injury law firms in Colorado, with more than 20 lawyers and 80 staff members serving clients from five offices located in Denver, Greeley and Colorado Springs. Throughout its history, the firm has stayed true to its 12 Core Values, which emphasize excellence in advocacy and a commitment to providing outstanding client service. Michael studied sociology and economics as an undergraduate student at The Colorado College, and he earned his law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law. In addition to being involved in several legal and community organizations, Michael enjoys playing music and cooking, and he has written a book on spiritual matters.