We just wrapped back-to-back weekends at two of the best local markets in Denver: Horseshoe Market on July 8, and the Jefferson Park Farm & Flea on July 15. With sunshine, hundreds of artisan vendors, great food, music, and of course the good people of Denver, we had so much fun and made a lot of new friends along the way.
There's nothing like slinging cold brew on a hot and sunny day. Horseshoe was a whirlwind-- it was HOT, and we were pouring fresh cold brews over ice... needless to say, we had a line all morning and somewhere shortly after lunch we were already sold out of pours! We reserved a stock of cold brew to sample, and kept it going all day. It was such a fun event-- our most successful of the summer, as we met tons of new people, kept eager coffee lovers happy with our brews, and sold our packaged Brew Bags-- along with our coveted t-shirts and tanks. For all those who came out, thank you!
The following weekend brought an entirely new dynamic in Jefferson Park. With milder weather and a more relaxed environment, we soaked up the good vibes as we shared our brews and kept market-goers happily caffeinated. If you haven't been to the Jefferson Park Farm & Flea, I highly recommend it-- come peruse dozens of fantastic vendors, bring the kids and the dogs, and chill out.
Depending on how life unfolds once our baby arrives in August, we'll likely do both of these markets again in the fall... Already looking forward to it. Come back for updates on when and where!