Accumulation poured to a finger thick head, which melted off like springtime snow. It was a beautiful, vibrant, iridescent golden color, with a touch of cloudiness from the wheat.Read more
Tagged: New Belgium Brewing
As craft breweries like Sierra Nevada and New Belgium Brewing expand their production capacity, they’re providing quality as well as quantity across ever wider distances. And smaller breweries are benefitting too.Read more
I am going to call New Belgium Ranger India Pale Ale a weak IPA, and I mean that in more ways than one.
Ranger came across too feeble in the fundamental elements you look for in an India Pale Ale, and was fairly average overall.Read more
I have always felt Fat Tire was very overrated. Or at least consumed by trendy people who were told it was a great beer, when they should have been drinking a Coors Light instead.
It had been years since my last New Belgium Fat Tire, so I tried to be a little more open minded this time around.Read more
New Belgium Sunshine Wheat Beer was extremely thin bodied, almost like a Helles. I was expecting a bland beer for the shiny color, and lack of aroma, but I was pleasantly surprised. Its light weight, low carbonation, and sprinkle of citrus notes make Sunshine Wheat beer a very refreshing choice during the summer months.Read more
New Belgium Loft Beer is available in summer months, and only released in Folly Packs as a revival beer, which are designated for their throwbacks, or crowd favorites. Loft was first brewed in 2003 as a summer offering, and discontinued after 3 years of production.Read more
I will make this review short, since New Belgium Blue Paddle Pilsner was not that great. Aroma and flavor were both missing. I dare anybody to blind taste test Blue Paddle vs any American domestic beer, and be able to pick it out of the lineup.Read more