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Downtown Denver hotels offer microbrew package tours

Submitted by on August 30, 2010 – 9:01 amNo Comment

Photo courtesy of HyattJust in time for the Great American Beer Fest, the two Hyatt hotels in downtown Denver are offering special Micro Brew Packages to their guests.

Starting at $139 per room, the packages provide premiums at five of Denver’s best brewpubs: Breckenridge Brewery, Denver Chop House and Brewery, Great Divide Brewing Co., Rock Bottom Brewery and Wynkoop Brewing Co.

The premiums vary by hotel and brewpub, but include such deals as a free flight of beer or complimentary microbrews.

The Micro Brew Walking Tour Package at the Grand Hyatt Denver also includes a $10 discount in its 1876 Restaurant.

At the Hyatt Regency Denver, the Mile High Micro Brew Package includes a parking discount and a free beer at Blake Street Tavern.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 1-800-233-1234 or visit the “Special Offers” page at Granddenver.Hyatt.com or Denverregency.Hyatt.com.

You can also make reservations through a travel agent.

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