Yellowscene Magazine: Six Best Appetizers and Six Best Desserts in BoCo

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“Where’s your favorite place to watch the sunset? Is it a lookout on the side of US 36? Maybe it’s the roof of your apartment complex. Regardless, if you haven’t seen the view at Acreage, you’re missing out. What’s Acreage? Oh, nothing much. It’s just a delicious farm-to-table comfort food spot/tap room, owned and operated by locally owned craft cider producers Stem Ciders, and located on top of a hill with an absurdly large outdoor seating area that offers a completely unobstructed view of the Rocky Mountains.”

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5280 Magazine: 6 Places Around Denver to Take Your Kid in Need of a Play Date

“It might seem unconventional, but hear us out: What do you get when you cross an award-winning craft cidery, a fresh farmhouse menu, plenty of surrounding green space, panoramic Front Range sunset views, and…a playground? The perfect place to while away an afternoon while your brood runs around or plays cornhole with the throngs of other kids whose parents had the same idea, that’s what. ”

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Open Table: Where to Dine Outside in Denver Right Now

“Located near Denver, this cider house and restaurant overlook the foothills with one of the best views around. Get the full vista by making a reservation for a seat on the outdoor deck for full service, or for the dog-friendly cider garden.”

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Denver Post: These Restaurants Serve Up the Best Al Fresco Views Around Denver

“Three outdoor dining areas give you 360-degree views of the Front Range from this hilltop cider house located between Boulder and Denver. The deck (pictured) offers a roof overhead, with direct access to the bar and restaurant; the cider garden provides dog-friendly seating; and the “back forty” has space for the whole family to run around, with drinks (ciders starting at $6) served casually from two bars.”

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Denver Westword: Fifteen Places to Go for Easter Brunch in Denver

“Brunch on one of the best patios around by making a reservation for Acreage’s Easter feast. The restaurant opens at 11:30 a.m. and is serving up a fresh spring menu with plates of crunchy green salads, roasted lamb, seared salmon and beautiful charcuterie boards.”

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303 Magazine: 30+ Thanksgiving Menus, Meal Kits and More To Keep You Cozy for the Holiday

“Acreage by Stem Ciders presents a Thanksgiving Take-Home Meal Kit. The meal-kit feeds four with roasted turkey breast, potatoes au gratin, green beans and a pumpkin pie for $200. You can also add on ciders for an extra fee.”

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5280 Magazine: Your 2021 Guide to Thanksgiving Dinner on the Front Range

“This Thanksgiving, keep the stress out of your kitchen and leave the cooking to the pros. The top chefs behind the best restaurants on the Front Range are preparing traditional turkey feasts, as well as their own culinary takes on the classics.”

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Boulder Weekly: Best of Boulder East County 21

“You don’t really know what you’ve been missing until your eyes get grabbed by a magnificent Colorado sunset viewed from Acreage Ciderhouse & Eatery. The two-acre site sits on a hill in Lafayette facing west, providing a rare panorama of the Front Range and mountains and beyond.”

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Daily Camera: Acreage by Stem Ciders Shoots for Record-Setting Cider Pour

“Take a poncho and snorkel goggles, a fire truck with a 100-foot ladder and a lot of cider — 15.5 gallons to be precise — with folks 21 years of age and older (sorry, kids) and what you have is a world record attempt for the longest cider pour. That’s what approximately 40 people signed up for Friday night outside Acreage by Stem Ciders in Lafayette.”

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The Denver Post: The Best Food and Drink Events in Denver This Week, October 27-November 2

“Head to Lafayette to see Stem Ciders attempt the world’s longest cider pour. The event is open to spectators, but you can also sign up to try and catch the most cider in your glass as it’s poured from an extended fire-truck ladder approximately 100 feet overhead. The person who catches the most will win a free case of cider for a year.”

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