We enjoyed a great turnout for our recent Poker Night at Ace’s which benefitted the Fort Collins Cat Rescue (a cause Oreo was very passionate about!). New Belgium brewing helped us make it happen, and everyone had a great time.
Here are some photos from the event:
Learn More About Fort Collins Cat Rescue.
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Here at Ace we want to make donating back into the community as fun as humanly possible. So we are now hosting a monthly poker tournament that does exactly that. We will have food and drink specials running all night, and interesting ways to buy back in, if lady luck isn’t on your side. Not to mention some awesome prizes, fun giveaways, New Belgium swag, and it all helps a good cause!
Top prize: An overnight stay at the Armstrong Hotel
Second Prize: $50 Gift Card to Ace Gillett’s
Third Prize: $10 Gift Card to Ace Gillett’s
Buy in is $10
Sponsored By New Belgium Brewing and the Armstrong Hotel.
Proceeds Benefit Fort Collins Cat Rescue!
Triptych Jazz Trio will play a fundraiser for “Off The Hook” Arts Program at Ace Gillett’s on Tuesday, October 10th.
Off the Hook Arts seeks to encourage life-long creativity and appreciation for the arts. They provide low and no-cost arts education to children and adults, work collaboratively with scientists and other arts organizations, and bring the experience of world-class music to new audiences of all ages. Off the Hook supports continued growth in performers and arts appreciators alike, and encourage audiences to champion a vibrant local arts culture.
Off the Hook Arts and Ace Gillett’s present Triptych Jazz Trio, a New York and Chicago based ensemble featuring Grammy-winning violinist Zach Brock, bassist Matt Ulery, and drummer Jon Deitemyer.
As a compositional collective they are creating new repertoire that draws on the traditions of jazz, contemporary classical, and American roots music. While Brock, Ulery, and Deitemyer have been playing together for over a decade in various ensembles and have recorded together extensively, Triptych marks their first collective endeavor.
The music is an unorthodox combination of post-Romantic classical, Appalachian, and American jazz dialects fused with rhythms from West Africa, South America, and Eastern Europe.
One drink minimum per ticketholder is required.
Tickets are either Main Room or Mantz Hall (General Admission) seating. Main Room ticketholders may also reserve booth seating (each booth holds up to 5 people) for an additional charge. There are only 4 booths, so get them early!
Ace Gillett’s is proud to present our new Beer Dinner Series – featuring a delectable, coursed meal paired with craft beers from local breweries. The first installment of our new Beer Dinner series features a Fort Collins local, Horse and Dragon Brewing Co.
Come enjoy a night on the town with us and Horse & Dragon Brewing! Enjoy a four-course meal crafted and prepared by our very own Executive Chef Verona Vidano and Sous Chef Mac Fischer. Each dish is perfectly paired with select brews from our partnering sponsor, Horse & Dragon Brewing Company. Tickets are going fast, so grab yours today!
Entry Beer: Fort Kolnz, Kolsch Style Ale
Bacon wrapped Provoleta
Served on a house made butter pretzel roll, with apple basil relish
Beer: Morgan’s Savvy, Peach Ale
German Corned Beef Hash
Accompanied by a balsamic beet foam, sous vide egg, and house pickles
Beer: Old Tom’s Rye, Dark Rye Ale
IPA Braised Mishima Reserve Short Rib
With garam marsala, glazed rainbow carrots, and cauliflower asiago puree
Beer: Maracuya, Passionfruit IPA
Coffee Panna Cotta
Drizzled with a Chocolate Coffee Stout reduction, crispy chocolate pearls, and hand whipped cream
Beer: Sad Panda, Coffee Stout
A small family run operation, founded by husband and wife duo Tim & Carol Cochran, has very quickly become a Fort Collins staple since its inception in 2014. However, their passion for craft brews dates back much further – all the way to their early courtship in 1987 and a little brewpub in Mountain View, Ca. This brewery has been dreamed of and planned for since their honeymoon, in Napa Valley, Ca. where they spent every dinner at a local brewpub. Since then they’ve spent many years traveling and sampling beers from around the world.
Even the name Horse and Dragon has its own history, combining the couple’s childhood in the western US (symbolized by the horse) with their 10 year stint in Asia (symbolized by the dragon). Final planning for Horse & Dragon Brewing Company just so happened to begin in January of 2013, the end of the Year of the Dragon, and opened to the public in May of 2014, the Year of the Horse. The name was written in the stars.
The couple, along with their Brewer Titus Bentley and with the help of their friends and family take meticulous care to ensure they are creating fresh, tasty craft beer for you to enjoy. Whether at their taproom or around town, they strive every day to operate an environmentally sustainable, approachable, and unforgettable craft beer experience.