Great small brewery in Loveland...visited during GABF week. Was able to sit outside given the warm weather which added to the nice décor and great taproom feeling of the place. The staff was very nice and I really enjoyed the beers. We did flights of all of them and none seem to have any problems the day I visited. The hoppy beers were great...especially the Crowdsource Fresh Hop Ale, the S-15 Imperial, and the Citra Single Hop Hefe. I also enjoyed the Apricot Barrel Aged Tripel and the American Sour Ale with Raspberries. I highly recommend a visit her...or a second visit if you have been lately. These guys really seem to be getting since some of the earlier reviews below.
Small, modern brewhouse and taproom in old town Loveland. Lots of strong-ish American styles on the menu, but the two that I tried (Saison and IPA) had noticeable problems.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 27, 2014
Here’s a new brewery in downtown Loveland with a lovely, remodeled interior. The beers were above average for a new microbrewery, but nothing revolutionary going on. They had nine beers on tap during my visit of which seven were average. Nice job on the atmosphere and definitely a better stop than Big Beaver.
Love these guys. Double Birds is my fave but the Sour style they have is a favorite of mine also! Great place I suggest you check it out!!!!
ajnepple (179) Denver, Colorado | February 15, 2014| Updated August 18, 2015
I stopped here once whilst living in Fort Collins. Downtown location with a nice atmosphere. They had about 10 beers on tap, the RIS was great, the tripel was good and the sour was just OK. The service was good and the prices were fair. I’ll be back again. Update: 4 point bump for playing great tunes!
Visited with Aaron and Bobby. Cool tasting room in the downtown area. Large open warehouse type space with long high top tables and a bit L-shaped bar. They had about 11 beers on tap, which varied from meh to pretty damn good (coconut porter). Solid atmosphere, pretty good service, and the prices are alright as well.
Neighborhood brewery in the small downtown Loveland area - obviously really popular with the locals - it was packed when I visited at 3pm on a Thursday - modern renovation of an old building - high ceilings, exposed brick, mod decor - nice space, really - limited street parking outside, but downtown Loveland is not very busy - quick and knowledgeable staff - about ten beers on my visit, with an even split of Belgian styles (Belgian ale, saison, dubbel, tripel) and some American favorites (pale ale, brown, imperial stout) - despite the range of styles, what I sampled was fairly pedestrian - nothing flawed, just sterile and boring - nothing that made me eager to come back here in the future - they seemed to cater to those that don’t know much about beer, given the simplicity of their offerings (even the sour ale with raspberries was bland) - hard to hate the beer here, but very difficult to like, let alone love it - it is a very nice place, but as a brewery, it leaves much to be desired - if in Loveland, Grimm Brothers and Verboten are much better choices.
Brand-new, well-decorated, industrial type brewery in Downtown Loveland. Really cool interior with a great view into the brewery and plenty of space to sit and enjoy a beer. Service was attentive and friendly and beers were very reasonably priced. Beers were pretty good, especially for a new brewery and they really have something going with their Imperial Stout. A few "misses" but overall decent selection. About 10 taps when I visited. Definitely worth a stop on a trip through Loveland.
Nice taproom with a good atmosphere and good service. Selection isn’t huge but really good stuff. Price is on par with most pubs, but you can also get a set of tasters. Nice. Overall, really enjoyable; see you again Loveland Ale Works.