Chris Lennert of Left Hand Brewing at the new location in the River North neighborhood. Photo: John Frank/Axios

Chris Lennert of Left Hand Brewing at the new location in the River North neighborhood. Photo: John Frank/Axios

One of Colorado’s oldest breweries is making a big, new splash.

What to know: Left Hand Brewing opened its first restaurant last week in the North Wynkoop development, across the courtyard from Mission Ballroom.

  • It’s the 29-year-old brewery’s first location outside its home base in Longmont.
  • And it comes just after Left Hand won large brewery of the year at the Great American Beer Festival in October.

What they’re saying: “We said we needed to get into Colorado’s biggest market and refresh

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Brett St Amand, a 59-year-old veteran living in Georgetown, Kentucky, never planned on using food stamps. For as long as he can remember, the self-identified Republican prided himself on his independence, preferring a life in the rural outskirts of town and making his living as a self-employed horse broker.

But in the early months of the pandemic, St Amand and his wife separated, setting off a period of instability. He moved out of their longtime house, put everything he owned into a storage unit and started bouncing from one temporary home to another. During this time, St Amand –

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United Nations climate change executive secretary Simon Stiell speaks during the closing session of COP27.Credit: Mohamed Abdel Hamid/Anadolu Agency/Getty

The 27th United Nations climate conference (COP27) ended on Sunday morning with researchers largely frustrated at the lack of any ambition to phase out fossil fuels.

However, there was one silver lining: delegates from low and middle income countries (LMICs) came away with an agreement on a new ‘loss and damage’ fund to help them cover the costs of climate-change impacts.

The final 10-page summary text, which was agreed on 20 November, says that limiting global warming to 1.5 °C

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In the age when social media plays an important role in diners’ perceptions and decision-making, food presentation has become among the main factors that determine a restaurant’s success. Discerning customers have become very meticulous about the overall dining experience when looking for and recommending great food joints within the metro.

That is why Manifesto: Modern European + Asian Cuisine is stirring the pot full of diverse restaurants in the bustling Makati Central Business District. The modern restaurant boasts an exquisite menu comprising entries that are intricately and meticulously presented. Those are sprinkled with an extraordinary dining experience that will definitely

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