Skyline Beer Garden returns to downtown Denver on June 9

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Tables at the beer garden at Skyline Park in downtown Denver. (Dave Burdick/Denverite)

Tables at the beer garden at Skyline Park in downtown Denver. (Dave Burdick/Denverite)

The Downtown Denver Partnership is bringing the Skyline Beer Garden back for a second summer, starting June 9. Adjust your outdoor drinking plans accordingly.

Just like last year, the 40,000-square-foot park at 16th and Arapahoe streets will be packed daily with games, food, music and beer, and seating for more than 350 people.

They’ll have 12 beers on tap, focusing on Colorado breweries, and Oktoberfest-ish food like brats and pretzels. There will be live music on Fridays and Saturdays, and they’ll have a nine-hole mini-golf course, cornhole and ping pong to keep you entertained every day.

It’ll be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., weather permitting.

And if you missed it last season, let Dave walk you through it.

A miniature "I See What You Mean" big blue bear sculpture as a mini-golf obstacle in the beer garden at Skyline Park in downtown Denver. (Dave Burdick/Denverite)

A miniature <a href="https://denverite.com/denver-35-million-worth-public-art-heres-spent-36255/">"I See What You Mean" big blue bear sculpture</a> as a mini-golf obstacle in the beer garden at Skyline Park in downtown Denver. (Dave Burdick/Denverite)