At Denver Dispensary, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest-quality cannabis and medicine available, and at the most affordable prices. Denver Dispensary’s plants are all grown locally and mindful of organics by people who care about quality.

We offer as wide a range of high-end strains of medical marijuana and recreational marijuana as anyone in the Denver area, and our professional, friendly staff is always happy to help you choose which one is right for you.  We are very knowledgeable on the medicinal qualities cannabis provides and can also guide you in the right direction if you’re just looking to use marijuana to have a good time recreationally!

Here at the Denver Dispensary, we also offer a wide selection of edibles and concentrates, from cookies and candies to salves and tinctures. Denver Dispensary has it all. No smoking? No problem! At Denver Dispensary, you can eat or drink your medicine too!

Denver Dispensary is conveniently located just northeast of highway I-25 and highway I-70.  Go north on Vasquez Blvd. from I-70 and Denver Dispensary is on the west side frontage road of Vasquez Blvd.  Denver Dispensary is on your way out of Denver International Airport (DIA), on your way into Denver to have fun, and also on your way across I-70 into the Rocky Mountains.  Make Denver Dispensary your destination location for obtaining marijuana in Colorado!

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Aspen may be open to private marijuana clubs after all

The Aspen City Council decided in 2015 not to allow private pot clubs, partly due to worries about how they could negatively affect Aspen's image

February 23, 2017

Aspen city leaders could give private pot clubs another whiff of consideration, but they first want to see how regulations are addressed by Denver and the state of Colorado.

“I’m open to having the conversation,” Mayor Steve Skadron said Monday, noting he is watching the state capital to see if it creates any regulatory model for private cannabis clubs that Aspen could mimic. “I know Denver is making some progress on bring-your-own pot clubs, and perhaps that could weigh into our conversation.”

According to The Associated Press, Denver officials are working on regulations to open a one-year pilot of bring-your-own marijuana clubs, while state lawmakers are expected to consider measures to allow either marijuana “tasting rooms” run by marijuana dispensaries, or smoke-friendly clubs akin to cigar bars.

The Aspen City Council decided in 2015 not to allow private pot clubs, chiefly because of ambiguity in state law concerning private smoking venues along with worries about how they could negatively affect Aspen’s image.

Freddie Wyatt of Denver-based Munch & Co., which produces marijuana-friendly events, urged City Council members at their Feb. 13 meeting to repeal the law that prohibits pot clubs. The consumption restrictions put cannabis consumers, particularly visitors, in a confusing position if they want to legally get high in a city that boasts eight marijuana dispensaries, he said. Using special permits at private locations, Munch & Co. has held three events in Aspen during the past three Winter X Games in which attendees could openly and legally consume marijuana.