Comedy at Ironton Distillery 01.26

By Lisa Lane Filholm (other events)

Wednesday, January 26 2022 7:00 PM 9:00 PM MDT

Come laugh at Ironton Distillery with craft cocktails, delicious food, and some of the funniest comedians in the region.

Seating opens at 6:30 inside the art glllery; show begins at 7:00. Limited seats available.

BRANDT TOBLER is a comedian, author and actor, originally from Cheyenne Wyoming and currently based in Denver. He has performed overseas for our troops and has been featured on Comedy Central, Fox, and ESPN. Brandt has released two albums (Token White Boy and Ramblin’ and Gamblin’), two podcasts (the award-winning The 31 and 2020’s Stand Up Explained) and a best-selling memoir (Free Roll). In the Before Times, Brandt was a regular host of Thick Skin at Comedy Works Downtown Denver; he recently headlined one of the first socially-distanced shows at the re-opening of Comedy Works South.


JEFF STONIC is a comic from Wisconsin living and working in Denver. With a background in improv comedy, he's appeared twice in the Upright Citizen Brigades' Del Close Marathon, which is only impressive if you’ve ever improv’d as hard as Jeff has. As acting Creative Director of DeadRoom Comedy (a title he’s given himself but also completely earned), Jeff’s in charge of getting the sketches out every Monday. The twinkle in his eye comes from directing DeadRoom Comedy Presents: Dead Inside, awarded "Best of" at the 2021 Denver Fringe Festival.

ANDI WHSIKEY might make you feel a little loose or feel like fighting. She's a Denver-based comedian who hosts the Send Whiskey Podcast.

LISA LANE, your host, is an overeducated goofball who finds the funny in the balancing act of parenting teenagers, becoming single at age 50, and navigating the chin hairs and wrinkles on her very own face. She is a regular host, feature, and mother figure in the Denver comedy scene and recently hosted for Steve Rannazzisi, Gina Brillon, Steve Gillespie, and the MLB All-Star Game 5K. Lisa is the author of Teenagers Suck and Beyond Mama Bear as well as a voiceover actor. Her real-life misadventures have recently been deemed “grossly adorable” by comedian and podcast host Dan Cummins, which makes Lisa feel both seen and heard.

Masks must be worn except when seated.



Seating opens at 6:30; show begins at 7:00. Limited seats available.