Love the outdoors? Like fresh, hand-crafted beer? Stop in this evening to support the Jason William Hunt Foundation. A non profit who help provide scholarships to Outdoor Experiential Education programs for youth at-risk and grants to qualified outdoor educators / leader training programs. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold this evening to this wonderful and empowering foundation. Building Character Through Outdoor Experiences.
Join us in the taproom on Wednesday night as we enjoy a few pints and help support this great, local, non-profit. The Loveland Youth Gardeners are dedicated to cultivating skills and promoting service and stewardship in young people through sustainable gardening and healthy living practices.
Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold from 6pm to close to this local, non-profit. #brewedwithlove #community #lovelandyouthgardeners #visitloveland
Why is it important for a quarterback to throw a spiral pass? What is the best angle to use for a field goal? Why do teams like to use a different ball for kicking? Is kicking easier in Denver? Does physics factor into Deflategate? How do pads and helmets work to keep players safe? Learn the answers to these questions and more as the University of Northern Colorado Department of Physics and Astronomy and Loveland Aleworks gets you ready for the Super Bowl with the Physics of Football. Dr. Charles Kuehn and Dr. Bob Walch will talk about how physics plays a crucial role in America’s most popular sport. Come out and join us for fun science, demos, great beer, and the chance to win awesome prizes!
Join us for our 2019 Super Bowl of Chili contest. To enter, just bring your crock pot of Red, White, or Green chili to our taproom by 4:00 p.m. Aleworks will provide bowls, spoons, Fritos, cheese, sour cream, and serving space. Voting will be conducted by other patrons starting at kickoff and ending at halftime. Winners will be announced at the end of the game. PRIZES awarded to the top 3 finishers. 1st place wins bragging rights & an Aleworks Gift Card.
Come support your local school district’s education foundation this evening. This evening's proceeds will support Project Based Learning at Lincoln Elementary. Through a variety of exceptional programs and a collection of funds, Thompson Education Foundation supports our schools in powerful and impactful ways. $1 from each pint this evening supports students in the district.
Join us on a journey through the visual landscape of Love + Light at Loveland Aleworks. 12+ contemporary art installations both inside and outside the brewery for two evenings. Enjoy a pint as you explore the different artists' work. Food trucks will be on hand throughout the event. El Sabor Rico on Friday and Scratch food truck on Saturday.
Join us in raising a glass and some $$ for Easterseals Colorado. On this evening, Loveland Aleworks will donate $1 from every pint sold to this great, local, non-profit who partner with individuals and families to reduce the impact of disability or health challenges and to enhance quality of life.
Join us for a pint and help raise some $$ for Insaka. This non-profit is dedicated to helping girls in rural Zambia finish their secondary school educations. Most girls in Zambia never get past 9th grade because they marry early, start having children, and spend the rest of their lives engaged in the back-breaking and never-ending labor that characterize the life of a subsistence farmer. We donate $1 from every pint sold to this great non-profit.
Raise a glass and some $$ for a wonderful, local, non-profit here in Loveland who work hard to plant trees in our town. Loveland Tree Foundation was started in 2017 with the goal of planting trees for the people and places in Loveland that could use a tree!
Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm on this evening.
Meet a friend for a pint an help a local animal shelter at the same time. Animal Rescue of the Rockies works exclusively with foster homes to give homeless pets the chance to socialize in a home environment. This gives them the advantage of transitioning to their new forever homes much more easily and quickly. $1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm goes to this great, local, non-profit
Grab a pint and come discuss the book "Hunted" by Darcy Coates. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Questions? send an email to email@example.com for more information about the book club.
Jan: 13 up to Chapter 19
Feb 17th TBD
March 17th TBD
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Loveland Aleworks is proud to release three unique beers in 16oz cans. These will be available to enjoy in the taproom this evening only. These are the first of many beers to be available in cans from Loveland Aleworks.
Lemon Bar Sour: Designed to taste like a lemon bar. Lemon Bar American Sour Ale is kettle-soured, brewed with lactose sugar, Tahitian vanilla beans, fresh lemon zest, and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Haze Bros of the Galaxy: We exclusively dry-hop this beer three times with Citra, Galaxy, and Mosaic hops resulting in low bitterness and a juicy hop character.
Haze Bros: We exclusively dry-hop this beer three times with Citra, Simcoe, and mosaic hops resulting in low bitterness and a juicy hop character.
Grab a pint and raise some $$ for the True Blue Foundation. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint from 6-11pm to this foundation which supports those organizations who- through activity, support, mentor ship, and empowerment, offer programs that allow our youth to overcome adversity and learn life skills that may otherwise be unattainable for them.
Join us in the taproom the day after Christmas, as we support the Thompson Education Foundation. This local non-profit event will support the students in our district by funding Great Idea Classroom Grants. These dedicated volunteers work to make our students' education experience better. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold during this event to the local, non-profit.
Join us as we release our medal winning Chocolate Coconut Porter. The official start of winter is a perfect time to celebrate with close friends. Enjoy smores, sweet treats, and a winter wonderland experience on our back patio this evening. We recommend dressing in layers because of Colorado's variable weather.
Raise a glass and some $$ for the Colorado Firefighter Calendar. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold this evening to the Colorado Firefighter Calendar. Net proceeds received from the sale of calendars and special events will directly benefit the Regional Pediatric Burn Center at Children’s Hospital Colorado and burn centers across the state. We’ll have Smokin Classix BBQ here this evening.
Grab a friend for a pint. This stout combines flavors of cold brew coffee with cream, chocolate, and bourbon to create a powerful aroma and a sweet creamy mouthfeel similar to tiramisu. We used Acacia Cerrado cold brewed coffee from Brazil and Ghanian Cacao husks for this one of a kind beer.
We're pouring this through a separate keg infused with Tahitian vanilla beans and oak spirals for even more flavor. Think of it as a giant keg-sized Randall for your pint.
Raise a pint and some $$ for a great, local, non-profit. Our Front Porch is committed to changing the culture of long term disaster recovery by addressing the three core components: housing, trauma, and financial ruin. http://ourfrontporchl3c.com/about/
Grab a friend for the simultaneous release of our four barrel-aged sours. Available in the taproom on Black Friday and Small business Saturday.
Tequila Barrel-Aged Sour: A medal winning blend of two barrel-aged golden sours and our Saison aged in a tequila barrel. Strong tequila aromas give way to a unique tart sour reminiscent of a fruity margarita
Barrel-Aged Sour Golden Ale: Dry and extremely tart. This beer has an amazing sharp sourness with a great funk. The brettanomyces gives this beer a wonderful acidity and farmhouse character
Tequila Barrel-Aged Sour with Raspberry: A unique blend of 3 tequila barrel-aged sours, fruited with raspberries. Delicate tequila aromas give way to a unique tart sour reminiscent of a raspberry margarita.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sour: Our base sour aged in Bourbon barrels. Unique and highly drinkable.
40% off Merchandise for Black Friday & Small Business
Join us in the taproom for the inaugural Friendsgiving here at Aleworks. Bring your favorite side dish to share or bring nothing and just enjoy the food.. We will provide turkey for everyone, plates, utensils, & serving area. Try out a recipe and share a meal with friends new and old.
Join us for a low bitterness IPA loaded with tropical aroma & flavor. Brewed with lactose for a full body. Strawberry puree and real Tahitian vanilla added for flavor. Mosaic & Citra hop aroma and creamy mouthfeel define this tradition-breaking ale.
Come see where the magic happens! Join us in Downtown Loveland for Friday Night on the Town. We're working with Elevated Fermentations, Root Shoot Malting, and Ruby Street Brewing, LLC to help brew an anniversary beer for Elevated Fermentations party in May. This Friday the brewhouse will be open to the public as we brew. We plan on barrel-aging the beer until May. Proceeds from this beer's sale will be donated to charity.
Raise a glass with friends and help raise $$ for RSDSA Loveland, a non-profit who work to provide support, education, and hope to all affected by the pain and disability of CRPS/RSD, while we drive research to develop better treatments and a cure. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm to this non-profit.
Raise a glass and some $$ for the High Plains Environmental Center (HPEC) Pints for the People event! Loveland Aleworks will donate $1 from every pint sold from 6-11pm. HPEC engages developers, builders, businesses and residents in making their community a “living laboratory” that provides integrated, leading edge examples of community design, land stewardship, eco-literacy and sustainable living that are grounded in reality and replicable. Come on down to learn more about our organization, how to get involved, and of course to eat, drink, and be merry with the HPEC staff!
Come join us at Aleworks for a pumpkin carving contest on Sunday October 22nd. We'll be offering prizes for the junior and adult divisions. Participants will need to supply their own carving tools. Prizes include Gift Cards, merchandise, and candy. $3 pints of pioneer pale ale!
The University of Northern Colorado Physics and Astronomy department gets into the Halloween spirit with some fun and spine tingling science. Dr. Mariana Lazarova will tackle some common myths about the moon including whether full moons cause people to turn into wolves or go crazy. Then Dr. Jan Chaloupka will show us why Quantum Mechanics is the spookiest of all the sciences as he talks half-dead/half-alive cats and how to see things without looking. Join us for this hair raising afternoon of physics fun complete with demos, trivia, prizes, and of course great beer!
Visit https://degree.unco.edu for an Online Learning Guides that includes multiple detailed descriptions of multiple programs and career paths, their curriculum information, and a comprehensive outline comparison of their differences and similarities.
$1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm will be donated to Hope Lives The Lydia Dody Breast Cancer Support Center. Hope Lives provide those touched by breast cancer the support, knowledge, and care needed to complement their medical treatment. #community #brewedwithlove#iamdrinkingaletoday #lovelandbeer #brewwhatyouwant