New Belgium Brewing Company
American Amber Ale. Biscuit malt flavor with hoppy freshness. 5.20% ABV
Citra hops and tangerine elevate each sip into a plane of juicy, tropical pleasure. 6% ABV.
American Ale. Sweet fruit aroma with belgian spices and a bit of bready flavor. 5.0% ABV
This bitter IPA showcases a variety of heavy hop flavors and aromas: tropical fruits, spicy herbs and bright citrus. 6.2% ABV
American IPA. Green, hoppy notes with moderate citrus peels, grapefruit, pepper and floral flavors. 6.5% ABV
Belgian Ale. Spicy aroma with a bit of coriander, herbs and a sharp banana, pepper flavor. 7.8% ABV
The depth of flavor tandems well with a full spectrum of cuisine. Smooth texture and woodsy flavor.
This wood-conditioned sour brown beer, was aged 1-3 years in French foedors formerly used in wine production. This sour ale has a smooth oaky nose and a delightfully tart finish.
With a splash of fresh watermelon and a touch of lime, this beer will have you screaming for an encore. 5%
Lightly sweet at first with a strong and perfect bitterness. Medium body with a clean finish. 7% ABV
2 of each: Fat Tire Amber ale, Ranger IPA, Snapshot Wheat beer, Blue Paddle Pilsner and four bottles of Skinny Dip Pilsner.
A traditional barrel-aged sour ale artfully blended with a rustic, champagne-like Farmhouse Ale. With over 20 years of barrel-aged sour experience and the largest Wood Cellar in the USA.
This Special Release Belgian White Ale is a refreshing, unfiltered wheat ale spiced with coriander and fresh orange peel.
Aromas of watermelon, cucumber, and fresh-cut grass. Mild sweetness, light sour and minimal bitterness. 5% ABV
Blends of seven hop varieties twist together brilliant tropical notes of melon and grapefruit for a fruity aroma. Light bodied and extra quaffable, Slow Ride brings the finish line to you.
Wooden barrels age our sour beers in varying temperatures, humidity and vibrations. The terroir of New Belgium, so to speak. Then dry-hopped withpeachy, mango-like amarillo hops.
91 PTS DRAFT MAGAZINE. Carries the sheen of a rightly hopped beer. The taste expands these hops with heavy peach tones.
Hop the Pond IPA is a trip around the world in 80 IBUs. Experience Admiral hops from England, Galaxy from Australia and Citra from the US of A.
English barley wine with a kiss of blackberry. A wash of caramelized sugar and toasted bread. Laces of floral, fruity berries.
Brewed with pale and dark caramel malts that harmonize the hop flavor from start to finish.
New Belgium Ale blended with Brouwerij Frank Boon lambic. Fermented with real cherries. One epic blend.
The depth of flavor tandems well with a full spectrum of cuisine. It's great with about anything from the grill or with garlic.
The appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness. Named in honor of Jeff's mountain bike trip from brewery to brewery in Belgium.
Other than being dark in color, 1554 has little in common with Porters or Stouts. Layers of flavor; plummy and yeasty toward the end, complex and subtle. Try this rich Brussels style black ale.
Rich brownie batter, roasted malt and dried fruit aromatics give this brown ale a lovely sweet toasted flavor. 6.3% ABV