Grab a glass of our newest IPA with only 155 calories. Bold, crisp, and effervescent. Aromas of pineapple and mango compliment the dry, bitter character of this light straw colored beer. Hopped exclusively with Eukanot hop powder.
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.
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 for a pint tonight for Pints for the People. The 137 Homeless Connection is an outreach program that serves homeless adults. This outreach program offers two key services to our homeless clients – the 137 Day Center, and the 137 Inclement Weather Night Shelter.
Case management, advocacy and referrals are a key part of our 137 homeless programs. Clients may receive showers, laundry, storage, phone, computer and mail services based on availability and participant engagement with case managers.
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!
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 Live Loveland raise funds. This local civic pride non-profit's mission is to celebrate, engage and unify our town. Come to learn more about how you can work together with other local residents to raise the profile of our awesome community. Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold from 6-11pm to this group. #liveloveland #lovelandaleworks
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.
Grab a pint and help support the CSU Companion Care Fund. The Companion Care fund provides financial assistance to low-income community members who need help paying for lifesaving or emergency procedures performed at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Veterinary students at the Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital established the Companion Care fund so that companion animals would not be denied care due to lack of finances. Aleworks donates $1 from each pint sold this evening to the fund.
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.
We hope you had fun at our first book discussion last January 13th. We had a blast! To sum up the discussion, I think we can all agree that we don't like Todd. Whether it is a sloth monster, a crunchy woodsman, or some other scary monster lurking in Ashlough forest; we can't wait to discuss the ending of Hunted by Darcy Coates at our next meeting on February 17th.
To give us time to select a new book and potentially scrounge up some new members - we are going to host an ice breaker/potluck meeting in March since we are finishing Hunted early! Be on the lookout for a new book survey in the newsletter after February's meeting.
Here's a signup for the potluck.
Have an idea for our next book? Email Us
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.
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 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.
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 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
Grab some friends and join us for Harry Potter themed trivia. 4 rounds with 10 questions each with a chance to win the grand prize which will be different every week. Costume up for the chance to win additional prizes. Check in 6:30 Game starts at 7pm sharp.
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
Follow https://www.instagram.com/galavantinggabaldons/ on Instagram for info.
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.