The Travel Channel is roving to Loveland on Tuesday to film Verboten Brewing.
Verboten co-owner and brewer Joe Akers pronounced he doesn’t know most else about a visit, including that uncover they are filming or when it could potentially air.
“They were flattering vague,” Akers said. “I have a feeling it’s a uncover about breweries, though they didn’t give me a whole lot of details. They told us to do something cold and crazy and wild.”
The Travel Channel now doesn’t atmosphere a module dedicated to breweries, though other shows underline “Bizarre Foods,” good burgers and all things “Made in America.”
For a puzzling TV crew, that will arrive during around noon Tuesday, Akers and partner Josh Grenz are hosting a celebration during a brewery to “cross-promote internal people in a community.”
They will underline beers aged in whiskey and brandy barrels from Dancing Pines and Feisty Spirits distilleries.
They will offer food from Fresh Plate Catering, including Verboten grain-fed pig sausage, done during Loveland’s new specialty butcher, Boar and Bull.
“The biggest pivotal is a community; it’s not only about Verboten,” Akers said, adding, “I have a feeling it’s going to be flattering packaged (on Tuesday).”
Akers pronounced a organisation will be filming for around 4 hours during a brewery, 1550 Taurus Ct., Loveland. He wasn’t wakeful of a organisation visiting any other breweries during a trip.
Verboten non-stop in Jan 2013 and has given won medals during a All Colorado Beer Festival and a World Beer Cup. The brewery’s name comes from a German word for “forbidden,” since Verboten uses fruit and piquancy and barrel-aging techniques once criminialized underneath Germany’s drink Purity Law.
More information: www.verbotenbrewing.com