Grab your friends for an exciting night of Colorado Trivia. Who was our first governor? What do the colors in the Colorado flag represent? What’s a lark bunting? Why are there there two major highways running north to Wyoming? What was originally supposed to be Colorado’s capital city?
Come support your local school district’s education foundation this evening. The Thompson Education Foundation’s vision is to be the community’s best answer to support student and educator opportunities in Thompson School District. Through a variety of exceptional programs and a collection of funds, TEF supports our schools in powerful and impactful ways.
TEF’s Help Kids Succeed program provides 1 in 10 TSD students with tools for success in the classroom.
Salty Dog Food Truck will be serving up tasty eats!
Grab a friend for a pint in the taproom and come support the Book Trust. $1 from each pint this evening goes to support the Book Trust who delivers choice and ownership of books to children from low-income families, increasing their literacy skills and fostering life-long learning.
The famous science fiction Arthur C. Clark stated that “ Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Actually the technology or science does not have to be that particularly advanced to appear to be magic. Dr. Courtney Willis, Dr. Charles Kuehn, and a couple UNC Physics students will astound you with several entertaining demonstrations that at first might appear to be magic but are really just cool science. Join us to learn some fun science that will impress your friends, enjoy some great beer, and compete in some science trivia for a chance to win prizes!
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.
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!
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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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.
Join Elevated Fermentations, Loveland Aleworks, and the Weiz Guys Homebrewing Club on November 3rd for the American Homebrewers Association's 20th Annual Learn to Homebrew Day. Learn the basics from professional brewers to experienced award-winning homebrewers. There will be both all-grain and extract brewing demonstrations to highlight the brewing process as well as informative displays covering the basic ingredients in brewing: Malt, Hops, Water, Yeast, and common adjuncts. Join us. Drink a tasty beer and learn to brew your own!
Learn why malt is considered the backbone of beer. Attendees can sample different malts and the beers that use them.
Specifically we’ll taste:
Root Shoot Genie
Over 90% of the malt made around the globe is used specifically to brew beer. Find out how different malts are made, what they taste like, and their role in your favorite beers. Why are some beers golden and others dark. How does malt contribute to flavor of your favorite beer? All your questions will be answered...
Most everyone knows that a meteorite impact killed the dinosaurs but do we need to worry about the same fate? Dr. Charles Kuehn from the University of Northern Colorado will tell us about how often meteorites hit the Earth, how much damage they can do, can they actually be helpful, and what can be done if a big one is headed our way (hint, the movie Armageddon got it wrong). Then Dr. Cynthia Galovich will talk about radiation, when it can be dangerous and just how dangerous, and when it can be helpful. Join us for fascinating science, trivia and prizes, and great beer. There will also be a chance to hold an actual meteorite and to use a Geiger counter to examine some common, everyday objects.