All the unofficial Great American Beer Festival events we could find in one calendar

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A packed patio at Denver Beer Co. in Highland. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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A packed patio at Denver Beer Company in Highland. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Great American Beer Festival is upon us, and even if you don’t have a ticket to the actual event in the Colorado Convention Center, there is so, so much to do.

In an effort to help you sort through it all, we’ve been adding all the unofficial GABF events we can find to one handy calendar.

And before you dive into that, check out Denver beer expert Eric Gorski’s 12 picks for can’t-miss events, and his suggestions for four different ways to approach GABF.

Now go forth and drink responsibly.

Still here? Check out Adrian Garcia’s feature story about exactly what winning at GABF can mean for a brewery.

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