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Most beer events don’t have the chutzpah to revolve around a single style of beer, but Verboten Brewing and Barrel Project has other ideas. Turning the traditional beer festival on its head, Verboten decided that a day dedicated to Stouts was the best way to ruin any beer lover’s sad attempt at a Dry January.
Verboten Brewing & Barrel Project is a Loveland darling, known for taking risks and creating innovative, exciting beers that differentiate their taproom from the rest of the pack. From their Killer Boots Caramel Porter to the “Rollin’ In Ze” series that is compiled of goses that employ flavors ranging from mango to Palisade peach, the mantra that there’s a beer for all is the apparent theme with the tap list. One of the powerhouses that have become a staple in the taproom is the Blood Guardian Imperial IPA, and it’s easy to see why it is so popular.
When Verboten Brewing opened just over three years ago in the nondescript industrial alcove of Taurus Ct on the Eastern side of Loveland, CO, Co-Founders Josh and Angie Grenz had eyes firmly fixed on distribution. While Verboten has continued to grow its distribution across the Front Range, a new chapter is about to begin. Last week, Verboten Brewing ended its five month hiatus, with the grand opening of their new facility, now located in downtown Loveland, at the corner of E Fifth and South Roosevelt St.
Verboten Brewing | Pure Imagination Double Oatmeal Stout
ABV: 6% | IBU: 32
This is a sponsored post from Small Batch Liquors, Denver, CO.
This review has been a long time coming. Verboten Brewing has been on the PorchDrinking radar …
Kicking off its fifth annual installment, The Gnarly Barley Brew Fest is a fun, family oriented event located at The Ranch (aka The Budweiser Event Center) in Loveland, CO. Coupled with a fair and carnival, it’s a good time for the whole family. That’s not to say there isn’t an abundance of delicious beer to be had.
Every summer for the past 24 years, over 10,000 visitors have travelled up north to The Centennial State’s beer-loving haven: Fort Collins. The City and its Downtown Business Association, renowned for their love of craft beer, has put on one of the greatest gatherings of brewers in the country known as the Colorado Brewer’s Festival 2013. This weekend-long event showcases a plethora of some of Colorado’s finest, from the tiny nano-breweries like Boulder’s Asher or Loveland’s Verboten, up to the near-macros such as Fort Collins’ own New Belgium and Golden’s Blue Moon.