Breweries Near GABF: Drink Loveland

Breweries Near GABF: Our 2nd Mini-Series

In preparation for the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), it’s time to offer some quick resources for GABF attendees and Colorado locals to visit breweries within an hour of Denver and see some scenic beauty along the way.  This series highlights drives from our website, encouraging beer enthusiasts to enjoy brewery tours beyond GABF.  Today’s post, the last of the series, focuses on a tour of Loveland that can easily connect to Boulder, Longmont, Greeley, some stunning scenery, or Fort Collins for a longer day. No matter what, get out there and enjoy!

Episode 8: One More Thing to Love in Loveland

Loveland is one of those fine examples of a small town that benefits from a growing craft beer scene.  When Grimm Brothers Brewery and Big Beaver Brewing Company opened their doors a couple years ago, it seemed Loveland had reached a perfect threshold for per capita breweries.  But the opening of Loveland Aleworks this summer, Continue reading

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Breweries Near GABF: Longmont’s Top Notch Breweries

Breweries Near GABF: Our 2nd Mini-Series

In preparation for the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), it’s time to offer some quick resources for GABF attendees and Colorado locals to visit breweries within an hour of Denver and see some scenic beauty along the way.  This series highlights drives from our website, encouraging beer enthusiasts to enjoy brewery tours beyond GABF.  Today’s post focuses on a tour of Longmont, that can easily connect to Boulder, Loveland, Greeley, or Fort Collins for a longer day. No matter what, get out there and enjoy!

Episode 7: Longmont’s Left Hand Circuit

We’re often at a loss about how to include Lefthand Brewery of Longmont, on a weekend beer tasting circuit.  We somehow end up going to it last on the way back from Fort Collins or with an extra jaunt north from Boulder.

Left Hand’s Entrance

This is never a good idea and it’s ended up always being that “one brewery too many.” We make it home later than expected, often hungry, and always a bit cranky.  The solution? Continue reading