This November 2, Denverites are invited to celebrate Dia de los Muertos with a seasonal beer release from Dos Luces, and fun activities and treats for the whole family, including Dia de los Muertos Sugar Skull painting (with authentic Sugar Skulls from Potter’s Touch), live entertainment by Trevor Toms
, a food truck, candy, and more.
Dos Luces Brewery’s newest beer, a “scary good” favorite from last year, is their Azteca Pulque: Inspired by Mexican hot chocolate drinks, this pulque is made with maguey sap, malted blue corn, cinnamon, an abundance of cacao nibs, cocoa, and chocolate, capped off with a touch of cayenne pepper. With some sweet and a touch of spice, the sour elements of the beer pull the contrasting flavors together to create a uniquely tasty pulque that promises to treat your taste buds while playing tricks on your senses.
For those who would like to paint a Sugar Skull Mug from Potter’s Touch, please RSVP here
. The $30 ticket price includes the pottery, glaze, supplies, firing and delivery to Dos Luces.
Saturday, November 2, 2019
12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sugar Skull Painting: 3-6 PM
Trevor Toms Performance: 6-8 PM
Food Truck 5pm-9pm
Music and candy are complimentary
Sugar Skull Painting is $30 per person, price includes the pottery, glaze, supplies, firing and delivery to Dos Luces Brewery.
Food and beer are for purchase.
About Dos Luces Brewery
For thousands of years, Chicha and Pulque were the two bright lights illuminating the way for brewers in the Americas. Brewed from gluten-free ingredients, corn and aguamiel, these beers are rich in flavor and deep with history. Little known in the US, Dos Luces looks to these traditions for inspiration and aims to explore the vast possibilities these truly American ingredients hold. Come join us and drink something old and new, complex and simple. Come follow the lights, come follow Dos Luces.