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April 21, 2012 09:25 PM UTC

Denver: 10th Best City for Hipsters

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Apparently, the folks from Travel + Leisure magazine have compiled a list of the most hipster-friendly cities in America (because why not, right?). Denver, lo and behold, rounds out the top 10.

From the Time Magazine Newsfeed:

With something for everyone, Denver is a paradise for those who prefer to defy categorization. There, hipsters can choose between youth-cool knitting at the popular Wild Yarns, retro cocktails at one of the city’s “speakeasy” bars and a sampling of the city’s famed microbrews, for which it ranked first place.

Denver’s only tenth? Seriously? We understand being outranked by places like Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco – there’s something about port cities which draw in the mustachioed bourgeoisie. But Philadelphia? Philadelphia outranks us?

Denver’s last mayor founded a trendy brewpub before he ascended to office. And then he was elected Governor. That’s got to be worth something, doesn’t it? Colorado voters seem to love craft-beer brewers more than hipsters love craft beer.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock put his money where his mouth was during his brief, football-fueled rivalry with Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl. In yet another showdown with a Quaker State politico, we fully expect Hancock to challenge Philly Mayor Michael Nutter to a PBR chugging competition. Or perhaps they can compete to see who’s the biggest David Foster Wallace fan.

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