Confluence Tap Handle at the Denver Bicycle Cafe!

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The Denver Bicycle Cafe is happy to be the first host of a Confluence Tap Handle!!! During the entire month of November, we will serve Mockery Brewing‘s Rakau IPA with $1 from each sale going to one of our favorite local charities, Trips for Kids Denver.

The Confluence Tap Handle has a yellow star on top. It will always have a percent of sales go to charity and always have a new craft beer on tap each month.

Trips for Kids is an amazing charity that is dedicated to giving underserved, urban youth the opportunity to experience and learn about the natural beauty of Colorado from the seat of a mountain bike. They strive to give children the chance to see a different side of Colorado, to expand their understanding of what they can achieve, and to make personal connections with the natural world. They are an organization of cyclists, educators, and community leaders who believe we can make an unquestionable difference in the lives of children by opening their minds to new possibilities and arming them with greater self-esteem. For more information, please

Mockery Brewing is a Denver brewery that opened in 2014 and is located near 38th & Brighton. Their Rakau IPA is fermented with Bruxellensis Trois. It is heavy hopping with Simcoe and tons of Rakau, then dry hopped with more Rakau and Ella hops. Dry, fruity, and deliciously hoppy (6.5% ABV and 61 IBUs). Mockery Brewing is and always will be very invested in helping our community grow alongside the brewery. Owner Zach Rabun says “We have benefited immensely from sharing this beautiful city with all of our customers and neighbors and want nothing more than to see it thrive, Colorado is the State of Craft Beer after all. Anytime we can use our beer to help charitable causes, it is a win win!” For more about Mockery Brewing and their great beers, please go to

This special launch party event will celebrate the first Confluence Tap Handle, the success of Trips for Kids programs, and our community working together to help one another. For more information about the Confluence Tap Handle, please visit


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