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.
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.
Raise a pint and some $$ for a great, local, non-profit. Our Front Porch is committed to changing the culture of long term disaster recovery by addressing the three core components: housing, trauma, and financial ruin. http://ourfrontporchl3c.com/about/
Join us in the taproom for our annual Ugly Sweater Party. You'll be able to show off your 'best' holiday sweater to all of your Aleworks friends. Our photo booth will let you remember your great fashion decisions this evening. Relax and enjoy yourself with friends old and new. We’ll have Smokin Classic BBQ here this evening
Raise a glass and some $$ 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.
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!
$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
The 6th annual Loveland Zombie Crawl will begin in the early evening on October 20th. It that time of year when the zombies inhabit the streets of Loveland. The back patio of Loveland Aleworks will feature zombie dogs, decorations and treats. Gather your friends and get dressed up in your finest zombie attire. Group photo at 6:00 The event begins at Loveland Aleworks and goes throughout Downtown Loveland at participating locations. The Flipside Cactus Grille LovelandPourhouse Bar and Grill The Boar and Bull Rock Coast Brewery The Laureate Publick House Burk's Tavern Sports Station CO
Raise a glass and some $$ for a local non-profit. The Winter Holiday Council is a dedicated group of Loveland, CO volunteers. They've purchased, installed and maintained large holiday displays for our city since 1989.
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...
Join us in the taproom to help raise fund for Heart Mothers. We donate $1 from each pint sold this evening to a worthy non-profit. Heart Mothers are a non-profit organization of over eighty women from across the world who write monthly letters and send care packages to a group of rescued child-victims of sex trafficking and exploitation in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Join us in the taproom as we help The Growing Project raise funds for their mission. This great, local, non-profit promotes the value of a strong, diverse, and just local food system to all residents of Northern Colorado through direct agricultural experiences, education, and advocacy. Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm to this group. #community #brewedwithlove #lovelandlaleworks
Join us and Artworks Loveland for our Pints for the people event. We donate $1 to a local non-profit from each beer sold. Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Loveland is home to an incredible visual arts community. Artworks gives these artists a place to work, create, and expand their art while networking with other visual artists in the area. Their unique facility is home to people passionate about the goal to change lives through contemporary arts.
Unique cellar beers on tap for the week of the Great American Beer Festival. Available as flights. Stop in for our daily prize giveaway. If you're at the festival, you can find us at the 'Meet the Brewer' section at the Denver Convention Center.
Raspberry Tequila Barrel Aged Sour Ale
Lockwood Brown (Pro-Am entry)
From Palisade With Love: Barrel Aged Sour
Sour Golden Ale w/Vanilla
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Tripel
Peach St. Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
Tequila Barrel-Aged Sour Ale
Sour Golden Ale
Raise some awareness and $$ with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Loveland Events at our pints for the people event. This great, local, non-profit of Loveland volunteers work with organizations and individuals to foster a thriving community through diverse culture, economy and education that benefits every citizen.
Join Kilted to Kick Cancer and Loveland Aleworks for a pint and let's raise money for prostate cancer research. Loveland Aleworks and their Pints for the People program will donate a dollar for every pint sold to Kilted to Kick Cancer, a registered 501(c)3 charity that funds research for prostate and testicular cancers. Come raise a pint and raise some money to kick cancer. Free swag for the first three men to show up in a kilt. Raffle prizes also available.
A fresh hop ale loaded with grassy, fresh-hop flavor. Cascade and Chinook hops sourced from Osborn Farm, an historical farm founded in 1861 along the banks of the Big Thompson River. Pioneer Pale Ale is best enjoyed during the late summer with friends both old and new.
Raise your glass with friends and help raise some $$ for All Aboard Animal Rescue & Shelter. They are a rescue group based in Northern Colorado dedicated to rescuing dogs from high kill shelters from areas like Texas and New Mexico. We take these dogs and give them a second chance at life, and connect these dogs with their forever homes. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold from 6-11pm to this non-profit.
Most everyone knows that a meteorite impact killed the dinosaurs but do we need to worry about the same fate? Dr. Charles Kuehn from the University of Northern Colorado will tell us about how often meteorites hit the Earth, how much damage they can do, can they actually be helpful, and what can be done if a big one is headed our way (hint, the movie Armageddon got it wrong). Then Dr. Cynthia Galovich will talk about radiation, when it can be dangerous and just how dangerous, and when it can be helpful. Join us for fascinating science, trivia and prizes, and great beer. There will also be a chance to hold an actual meteorite and to use a Geiger counter to examine some common, everyday objects.
Join us in the taproom for a pint to raise $$ for the Nature Fund for National Parks. They work to allow parks to achieve a higher level of scientific excellence, thereby ensuring that management decisions are grounded in sound science.