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Oct 4, 2016
Eye on the Atlanta Falcons: Most explosive offense Broncos have faced yet Great Divide Brewing Company’s Yeti Imperial Stout with SupperBell’s beer braised bratwurst and onions. Photo courtesy of SupperBell. Chef and restaurateur Frank Bonanno’s chef-prepared dinner delivery, SupperBell, announced today that it will offer wine and beer recommendations that can be delivered by Drizly, a wine, beer and spirits delivery company. Customers can place dinner orders at SupperBell’s website , where a wine and beer list links to Drizly. “Since we launched SupperBell, our customers have been requesting wine and beer pairings with their dinner delivery orders,” Bonanno said in a release. “We are excited to offer a curated list of wines and beers that pair well with the chef prepared entrees from our weekly SupperBell menu.” The added service comes in celebration of the Great American Beer Festival, which kicks off on Thursday, Oct. 6 . As a nod to GABF, the newly launched service is doing its first-ever virtual tap takeover with Great Divide Brewing Company. Bonanno and the Great Divide team collaborated to pair SupperBell dishes with beers such as the Titan IPA with Thai curry pork meatballs, Denver Pale Ale with lemon-baked salmon and more. All beers are delivered as six packs, with wines delivered by the bottle. “We’ve never done a virtual tap takeover and love the idea of delivering the Great American Beer Festival experience to people in their homes through SupperBell,” said Shannon Berner, marketing manager of Great Divide Brewing Co., in the release. SupperBell is available Monday through Friday, with final orders taken by 3 p.m. each day.