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3 nights in Colorado, what to do!

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My husband and I are attending a family reunion in Steamboat Springs in July (13th-17th). We have Thursday, Friday and Saturday night afterwards to just be in Colorado. We have no idea what to do. We're going to go invest in a travel book, but I wanted to get any and all suggestions. Here are some things about us/that we like:

-Late 20's/early 30's
-Love beer (we are home brewers and any interesting unique beers/craft/microbreweries really peak our interest)
-Love food - especially "slow" food (organic, local, etc). I'm a vegetarian, he will eat anything
-Enjoy the outdoors, but aren't particularly athletic. Not too strenuous bike rides are awesome, short hikes (less than 5 miles), nature type things are good - this is not top of our list, but definitely an important one being in Colorado, nature loving place
-Not big shoppers/touristy sight-seers - we are on a somewhat budget, but are willing to splurge on the good stuff
-Probably going to use AirBNB or something similar for lodging, unless other suggestions come up
-We are from California, so similar climate

Any and all suggestions welcome! We will have a car and are open to pretty much anything. Thanks for your responses in advance!

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