Welcome to Großen Bart Brewery!

Großen Bart Brewery is a joint partnership between Shad Chancey and Taylor Wise established in July of 2012. Our Brewery is located at 1025 Delaware Ave. in Longmont, Colorado. It has a nice outdoor beer garden with a mountain view! We look forward to pouring you and your friends The Purest Form of Outlandish Character! Stay up to date with our progress and future events by subscribing to our monthly newsletter. PROST!

Competitor registration is $10, all sales are final. Online competitors registration closes at 11:59pm PST on 7/22. On Site registration will be open at the Brewery on 7/23 for $15.

REGISTER HERE: http://tinyurl.com/gmhdvr

Th Longmont Mane Event is back! Join Großen Bart Brewery on July 23rd to celebrate facial hair, great beer, good food, and awesome music!

Date: Saturday, July 23rd 2-8 p.m. Location: Großen Bart Brewery Großen (pronounced Grossen) Bart translates to "Big Beard" -- which is exactly what Großen Bart Brewery plans on celebrating at the brewery's annual Longmont Mane Event set to take place on July 23rd at the brewery's location in the heart of Longmont.

2-4 pm • MOSES WALKER - moseswalkermusic.weebly.com
4-5 pm • Beard & Stash Comp
6-9 pm • BIG PADDY - bigpaddy.com
2-6 pm • BMX DEMO - Pro Mike Murfitt Jr.
4-6 pm • 3D Printed head scans - Spidersilk 3D Printing

G-Spot Noshery and
Richard’s Coast to Coast
Quality Hotdogs

Ticket For Event: $5/advance $8/door Price of Entry for Public Beard Competition - $10 


Oskar Blues was one of the first craft brewery’s to experiment with 12oz. aluminum cans, so it seems fitting that OB is where the story of the 32-ounce crowler begins. A 32oz. twist off can filled with CO2 capable of lasting up to a month in the fridge!

So why the name Schmiddy? It’s a rather simple story. One of our loyal patrons Jim Schmidt asked what we were going to call them on the day of their arrival. He said other brewery’s give them their own nicknames such as Squealer’s or Hand Grenades. I had no idea what to call them and didn’t really think much about it again. But when Jim was ready to leave, he wanted to buy a crowler to go. Thus making it our first crowler sale! So there the name was... “Schmiddy.”



The Concept?

The concept is quite simple... make delicious tasting beers! The purest form of outlandish character. If there's one thing we know, it's good beer. We each have our own distinct opinions as to what we like. Ranging from insanely hoppy IPA's, rich creamy stouts, smokey porters, tangy sours, and pungent Belgian dubbels. Having a wide range of varying opinions is what makes this brewery diverse. You the consumer are guaranteed to find that perfect ale that suits your palette at Großen Bart Brewery!


For our Gluten sensitive friends, we are now using Clarity Ferm in our beers! The gluten protein present in beer is very proline-rich. Because this enzyme is a proline-specific protease, it chops up the gluten proteins so that people with sensitivities to gluten do not react adversely. MORE INFO

Each of our beers are associated with a different style of facial hair. Hold the can shaped glass up to your face to see how you would look sporting all the unique facial hair styles!

5.4%abv - 35 IBUs

7.7%abv - 109 IBUs

6.1%abv - 50 IBUs

Caramel and toasted malt provide a bright amber color to this deliciously hand crafted hop forward ale. Provided by citrus Cascade hops, this smooth, silky Amber will leave you smiling.

The Anchor facial hair style cleverly combines the goatee, chinstrap and handlebar mustache to brilliantly resemble an anchor.

India Pale Ale. Solid malty base. Strong notes of citrus. Generously hopped with CTZ, Chinook, and Simcoe. Then we take it a step further and double dry hop it with Chinook and Simcoe.

The Chin Curtain beard is a bit simpler than both the Amish and the Strap, but for different reasons. It entails less upkeep than the Strap, which is easily overgrown.

Malty backbone with a kiss of rye. Bold and dry. Generously hopped with ample amounts of Fuggles and Cascade. Smooth with a slightly sweet finish.

The prestigious strip-teaser mustache is a narrow style of stash worn halfway between the upper lip and the nose with upturned ends.

5.8%abv - 35 IBUs

4.7%abv - 50 IBUs

6.5%abv - 19 IBUs

This German style Kölsch is light and effervescent. It provides a subtle, fruity aroma. A smooth mouth feel with a crisp and dry finish.

The five o'clock shadow refers to beard stubble that is visible late in the day, usually around 5 o'clock, on men who have shaved their faces that morning.

This IPA is the little brother of the Chin Curtain. Resiny, piny, and brewed with American old school hops. It is complimented by a biscuity malt base.

The Chinstrap beard extends from the hairline of one side of the face to the other, following the jawline. It’s similar to the Chin Curtain, but does not cover the entire chin. Only the very edges of the jaw and chin

This Belgian Dubbel has aromas of bubble gum and banana. You will notice a rich, full, caramel and malty flavor.

The Van Dyke facial hair style is an elegant aerodynamic goatee accompanied bya thin mustache; usually the two are not connected in anyway shape or form.

4.52%abv - 1> IBUs

5.2% abv - 35 IBUs

6.2%abv - 47 IBUs

Berliner Weisse is a wheat beer made with both traditional warm-fermenting yeasts and lactobacillus culture. The taste is refreshing, tart, and sour with a pinapple-citric fruit sharpness.

The balbo face muffin is a variation of the goatee and mustache in which case the two are not connected.

SMaSH stands for “Single Malt and Single Hops”. This Frida was brewed with Belgian Pilsner malts. It contains a German yeast strain and Polish Sybilla hops. This is our take on a continental Pilsner. It possesses a floral sweet hop flavor that is pleasantly light and crisp.

Best known for her mustache and mono-brow, Frida Kahlo rejected conventional standards of beauty. She not only refused to pluck them, but even penciled them darker.

Brewed in collaboration with Georgia Boys BBQ, this smoked stout is a proprietary mix of oak, apple, and cherry wood to create a natural smoked flavor.

A French Fork beard is still considered a full beard, but is characterized by hair extending past the chin and splitting down the middle. The name is derived from the fact the original French forks only had 2 prongs.


7.5%abv - 32 IBUs


5.4%abv - 20 IBUs


Light in color and malt character, this Imperial Kölsch yields light piney pear notes, accompanied by Elderflower with a slightly dry, crisp finish.

This Collaboration was brewed right here at Grossen Bart Brewery with the help of all the brewers from Longmont’s finest breweries!

A Belgian Style white ale brewed in collaboration with Bin46. Cloudy in appearance, this beer is crisp and the slight twang comes from the blood orange, indian corriander, and raw wheat accompanied by the lively level of carbonation. A Pencil Mustache is a wisp of a stache “drawn” between your nose and your upper lip. This is a rather neatly trimmed breed of cookie duster... in fact, I would be surprised if you even chance upon dusting a cookie.


Cabernet Sauvignon Anker Beard Amber Gin Barrel Aged Chin Curtain IPA
Cabernet Sauvignon ESB
Mescal Barrel Aged Sour Kölsch

No facial hair? No worries! Our one of a kind hand-crafted beers are guaranteed to slap the beerd into you!