Raise a glass and some $$ for Global Leaders this evening. Global leaders empowers students to create positive, sustainable change at home and abroad through service learning and international service trips. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint to this great, local, non-profit from 6-11pm.
Make plans to join us as we celebrate the week of the Great American Beer Festival. We’ve been cellaring these beers for everyone to enjoy throughout the week. They will all be available starting Saturday the 28th, and once they’re gone they’re gone. If you are going to the festival, you can find us at the Meet the Brewer section this year.
Come support your local school district’s education foundation this evening. The Thompson Education Foundation’s vision is to be the community’s best answer to support student and educator opportunities in Thompson School District. Through a variety of exceptional programs and a collection of funds, TEF supports our schools in powerful and impactful ways.
Raise a glass and some $$ for Northern Colorado Wildlife Center. They work to rehabilitate sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, and when successful, release those animals back into their natural habitats. Educate the public about the natural histories of wildlife native to northern Colorado, ways to peacefully coexist with them, and provide humane solutions to human-wildlife conflicts. Promote and advocate the preservation and restoration of native ecosystems that provide wildlife places to live and thrive. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from each pint this evening to the great, local, non-profit.
Raise a glass and some $$ for the Loveland Choral Society. Recognized as a versatile choral and performance ensemble in Northern Colorado, Loveland Choral Society presents an exciting array of music in a style that is approachable, entertaining and unforgettable. Loveland Aleworks donate $1 from each pint sold this evening to the great, local, non-profit.
Make plans to come try the latest iteration of our sour ale program with Nelson Sauvin Dry Hopped Sour Ale. This beer combines the tartness of our base sour with hints of white wine fruitiness. Notes of gooseberry and tropical fruits develop as you continue sipping.
This evening we'll be hosting the Loveland Habitat for Humanityin the taproom. We will be donating $1 from each pint sold this evening to this wonderful local non-profit. Their organization brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. They work with people in need, while striving to make affordable housing a matter of conscience throughout the Loveland area and around the world.
Now available in cans and on draft. Our Flagship kettle sour with lactose, vanilla, blackberry puree, fresh squeezed lemon juice and zest. Blackberry tartness is balanced perfectly with the lemon citrus and smooth creamy finish of the lactose and vanilla.
Come raise a glass and some $$ for Scroungy Dogs & Pretty Pups They are an all volunteer, all breed, 501(c)(3) nonprofit dog rescue dedicated to rescuing dogs from high volume shelters and finding them permanent, loving homes. We are located in Northern Colorado and hold adoption events usually in Loveland, CO. Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold this evening to this great, local, non-profit.
Raise a glass and some $$ for the Larimer County Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®. It ss the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease!
Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold from 6-11pm to this great, local, non-profit event.
The purple trailer of Origins Wood Fired Pizza will be pulling up to Loveland Aleworks on Friday, August 16th, to make our authentic Napoletana-style pizzas to pair with some tasty cold beer. Hope to see you there!
Raise a glass with friends and help raise $$ 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.
Come enjoy a pint of our newest release, Vanilla Porter. with super smooth texture with a delicious blend of coffee, chocolate & vanilla flavors. Perfect for an enjoyable afternoon or evening on the patio. Porter got its start as the favored drink of the common man and physical laborers of East London and is the precursor of current day stouts. 6.1% ABV
Raise a glass and some $$ for the True Blue Foundation this evening. True Blue supports those organizations who- through activity, support, mentor ship, and empowerment, offer programs that allow our youth to overcome adversity and learn life skills that may otherwise be unattainable for them. Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold this evening from 6-11pm to this non-profit.
Grab your friends for an exciting night of Colorado Trivia. Who was our first governor? What do the colors in the Colorado flag represent? What’s a lark bunting? Why are there there two major highways running north to Wyoming? What was originally supposed to be Colorado’s capital city?
Raise a glass and some $$ for Digna Global a local founded non-profit focused on fostering sustainable futures for communities in need around the world. Their current project is engineering clean water systems in Tapyi Kué, Paraguay. Loveland Aleworks donates $1 from every pint sold to this non-profit from 6-11pm this evening.
Make plans to pick up your 4packs of Peach Milkshake IPA in the taproom beginning at noon on Friday July 26th. This Milkshake IPA is dry-hopped three times with Citra and Mosaic hops resulting in a soft, juicy hop character. A balanced addition of milk sugar to the kettle and Tahitian vanilla beans to the fermentor further soften this beer’s mouthfeel. As fermentations slows, we add peach and apricot puree and allow the beer to finish and condition on the fruit.