Monday, August 6, 2012

Grimm Brothers complete Hat Trick at Gnarly Barley

Grimm Brothers BrewhouseLoveland, Colorado – Local favorite Grimm Brothers Brewhouse won Peoples Choice award at the Gnarly Barley Brewfest for the third consecutive year on Saturday.

The Gnarley Barley festiveal is in its 4th year at the Larimer County Fair. Grimm Brothers opened shortly before the festivals second year and has dominated the festival ever since.

“Its really great to receive so much support from the local community, especially in light of the number of new breweries producing great beer. We were excited to see so many great breweries at the event.” Russell Fruits Beer Evangelist with Grimm Brothers Brewhouse.

The recognition comes on the heels of another production expansion planned for later this month and a new Fabled Series bottle release planned for the 29th of August.
“We have really increased the number of events we are participating in this year. Our new capacity allows us to supply beer to larger community events than we were able to last year.” Russell Fruits.

This summer the brewery is available at several keytsone community events including: Loveland Loves BBQ, Blues, and Brews, Loveland Sculpture Invitational, Corn Roast, and the upcoming Ragin Cajun Boil this fall. In addition Grimm Brothers is working with other community breweries to plan Loveland’s first community wide Oktoberfest planned for September 29th.


Grimm Brothers Brewhouse is a craft brewery in Loveland, Colorado. We feature German inspired beers and other unique flavors. Grimm Brothers opened in July of 2010 and has rapidly become known in the Colorado beer scene as producing terrific German inspired beers. Come visit us on

Grimm Brothers 3-peat the Gnarly Barley
(Image courtesy Grimm Brothers Brewhouse)

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