Satire is among just a few dog-friendly Breweries in Denver.

Nothing’s better than enjoying a delicious microbrew side-by-side with your precious pup. That’s why, at Satire, we welcome your four-legged friends as one of the few dog-friendly breweries in Denver. Before kicking back with us, why not take your dog on a hike or to a nearby park? There are many to choose from!

 

For high-energy dogs visit Platte River Trailhead Park

Your high-energy pup will love the Platte River trail system. It features a host of trails that intersect with the vertically-oriented South Platte River making it easy to navigate almost anywhere in and around Denver. From north to south, these include the Clear Creek Trail to Golden, the Sand Creek Regional Greenway, the Cherry Creek Trail through Downtown Denver, the Lakewood Gulch Trail, the Sanderson Gulch Trail, the Mary Carter Greenway Trail, and the Bear Creek Trail to paleontologist-friendly Morrison out west. All these trails, and Trailhead Park – which is just a short distance from Satire in Thorton – are dog-friendly. Cycling, rollerblading, walking, and jogging are just some of the activities you can enjoy with your best friend.

 

For dogs who want to be everywhere you are, try E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park

E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park is one of the most popular parks in the north metro area. It sprawls a total of 28 acres and includes a pavilion, playground, picnic tables, restrooms, sculptures, multiple sports fields, a basketball court, pedal boat kayak rentals, spots for fishing, and a skatepark. Plus, E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park is host to a number of seasonal events including Pirate Fest, Magic Fest, July 4th Festival, Family Campout, Derby Day, the Fallen Officer Memorial Candlelight Vigil, Summer Concert Series, and Summer Movie Series. That’s plenty for you and your fur baby to explore together.

 

For dogs who love to walk…and walk…Hunters Glen Lake Park is a good choice

Hunters Glen is a great park for dogs and dog parents who enjoys fish or observing a variety of warm water species. Here, visitors will enjoy a concrete walking path around the lake, piers, and open space. The lake is surrounded by the Hunters Glen neighborhood, which is secluded from busy roads and offers beautiful mountain views.

 

For dogs who just want to have fun, check out Carpenter Park

Bring your pooch to Carpenter Park for a day of lawn games in the sun. This park is located on 112th Avenue, behind the Carpenter Recreation Center. It’s open to the public every day from 6 am to 11 pm. Amenities include a boathouse, carousel, amphitheater, basketball courts, bocce ball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, sand volleyball, tennis courts, and walking/jogging trails.

 

For dogs who are social butterflies – Broomfield Commons Open Space

At Broomfield Commons Open Space, you’ll find plenty of friends for your pup to play with. Broomfield Commons is one of the oldest and most loved properties in the city. It features the historic Brunner Farmhouse, Ellie’s Pond, and connections to the Civic Center area. Here, humans and dogs alike can enjoy sculptures and public art in the southeast quadrant and at the farmhouse. Other highlights include soccer fields/multi-use fields, two baseball diamonds, a playground, dog park, picnic shelters, BBQ grills, walking paths, and restrooms. It spans 18 acres.

There you have it. After an afternoon of playing with your pooch, visit us at Satire. We offer a unique selection of microbrews (our menu changes every day) and an assortment of delicious small plates. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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