Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Grimm Brothers to host St. Patrick's Day release

Grimm Brothers Brewhouse
Wear Your Green, But Skip The Green Beer

Loveland, Colorado – Loveland’s local brewery offers up a St. Patrick’s Day fest to celebrate their Irish friends, and release their newest dry stout.
“Grimm is a German inspired brewery, and though St. Patrick’s day (or, as I like to say St. Patrickstag) isn’t commonly celebrated in Germany—we still thought it’s a great reason to introduce our new Dry Stout, named Bearskin” said Don Chapman, President and Head Brewer.

The St. Patrick’s Day activities include an Irish dance lesson and performance, and catered Irish pub fare (made with favorite Grimm beers) including: banger and cabbage sandwiches, corned beef stew made with Bearskin Stout, and Little Red Cap Ale Chicken Sandwiches. Food prices range from $5-$9.

“It’s a little known fact that a large percentage of Americans descend from German-Irish ancestors. Many immigrants from Germany and Ireland came to America at the same time, and with their common religious backgrounds—it was common for their families to marry. So, I say—Erin Go Bragh to our Irish brothers and sisters!” said Russell Fruits, Grimm’s Beer Evangelist.

“This is a great event for our community, for families, and for beer lovers. We hope you’ll come enjoy the activities and be among the first to try Bearskin!” said Don Chapman, President and Head Brewer.

Saturday, March 17, 2012
Noon-10 p.m.

Grimm Brothers Brewery
623 N Denver Ave
Loveland, CO 80537

Visit us at www.Grimmbrosbrewhouse.com

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