Saturday, December 6, 2014

Loveland Breweries Team Up to Support Local Non-Profit

It's not often that you see nearly every brewery from a single town get together to work on a collaboration beer, the the breweries in Loveland, Colorado are doing just that to release a beer to help raise month for a local non-profit Hearts & Horses. Check out the press release issued yesterday about this effort.

[PRESS RELEASE] Loveland, Colorado December 5, 2014- Five years ago, Loveland was a desert in the brewing community. Pan to the present day, Loveland boasts seven breweries with multiple national and international awards. In August all the breweries of Loveland met on a collaboration project. These breweries have combined their efforts and created a beer of the highest prestige. We are proud to introduce Anything for Love, a traditional Belgian Quadruple Ale with ample flavor, body and aroma.

100% of the proceeds from Anything for Love will benefit Hearts & Horses, Loveland’s 2013 Non-Profit of the Year, whose mission is to provide for the well-being of people with special needs through equine assisted therapy. “These amazing Loveland Breweries have really rallied around this cause,” says Jan Pollema, Hearts & Horses Executive Director.

“We are so thrilled that Hearts & Horses continues to touch lives in a way that encourages individuals and organizations to lend their support. We remain committed to growing this program to be the best of its kind and we couldn't do it without the support of these six great Loveland Breweries and our Northern Colorado community of supporters.”"

Join Grimm Brothers Brewhouse, Big Beaver Brewing, Loveland Aleworks, Verboten Brewing, Buckhorn Brewers, and Crow Hop Brewing as they release Anything for Love on 12/31/14 at Pourhouse Bar & Grill at 5:00 PM. This will be a limited release and will be available at Loveland liquor stores shortly after.

Please stop by and support a great cause and sample a great beer.

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