For the past 4 years, Loveland’s Front Range Rally has been helping feed the Northern Colorado community. Founded in 2012 as a craft beer and food truck festival, Front Range Rally aims to provide support for the Food Bank of Larimer County, donating 100% of proceeds. Over 50 craft breweries, distilleries, cideries, and meaderies will be attending, donating both their time and products to help the cause. Ten food trucks will be also be on-site providing great options to keep you full and on your feet.

Event organizers, Paul Ferguson and Aaron Heaton of Grimm Brothers Brewing, say the festival was put together “as a way to showcase the connection between craft beer and quality food trucks.”

As of last year, the festival hosts optional educational seminars covering topics of interest to craft beer lovers. Last year, sour beers were the focus. This year, a panel of guest speakers will be sharing their knowledge on IPAs. With brewers from WeldWerks, Odell, Grimm Brothers, Liquid Mechanics, and Crow Hop present, attendees are bound to learn something new. Tickets for the seminar are an additional $20 and include beer samples.

The festival takes place on May 28 from 2:30 – 7:00 at the Loveland Food Share, 2600 N Lincoln in Loveland. General admission is $40. Please go to for more information and ticketing.

We are excited to part of the Front Range Rally this year! Find us at our booth and mention this article for a prize!