“There is a beer out there that will appeal to everyone.”
Verboten Brewing & Barrel Project was started when Josh and Angie Grenz and Jason Bowser partnered together to create their vision of unique and everchanging beer. Thus stemmed the name Verboten. It is derived from the “forbidden” ingredients that were once rejected by the German purity law for beer, the Reinheitsgebot. Under the purity law, beers could only be made with three ingredients: barley, water and hops. Yeast, once its fermentation properties were clearly understood, was added later.
Verboten takes typical beer styles and adds their own twist of “forbidden” ingredients resulting in a boutique brewery where the beers changed every few weeks.
On Tap has had the pleasure of supporting Verboten Brewing with financial perks for their employees and providing business advice. Stop by Verboten at 127 E. 5th Street Loveland, CO 80537!