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New Belgium Brewing | Lips of Faith Golden Ale With Hof Ten Dormaal

April 1, 2016 |

ABV 7%

If you live in Colorado like I do, you may be thinking that it isn’t actually spring just yet. Not with the weather we’ve been having lately, at least. That’s why New Belgium Brewing and Belgium’s Hof Ten Dormaal‘s … Read More

New Belgium Brewing | Blackberry Barleywine

December 16, 2015 |

ABV: 10% | IBU: 50

New Belgium Brewing Blackberry Barleywine is just the fruit forward jammy jam beer you needed this winter.

It should come as no surprise that New Belgium Brewing Company holds a special place in my heart. As I’ve documented before, I first fell in love with craft beer in the winter of 2009 while taking advantage of free tasters in the New Belgium Brewing Liquids Center (tap room). At the time, I was an AmeriCorps member serving the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer Co, with a living stipend that was below minimum wage. So free tasters of beer was about all the entertainment I could afford at the time.

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Ultimate 6er | 6 Beers Your Bartenders Are Currently Drinking

September 24, 2014 |

We don’t always solicit advice from complete strangers, but when we do, it’s usually going to be about which beer to choose. Read More

New Belgium Brewing | Lips of Faith: Wild² Dubbel

September 15, 2014 |

ABV: 8%
IBU: 30

As one might expect from the name, New Belgium Brewing has a long-standing reputation built on producing solid Belgian-style beers including their Abbey ale, Trippel, and even Fat Tire, a ubiquitous brew which undoubtedly marked the beginning of many a casual beer drinker’s insobrietous journey to certified beer geek. As such, I was excited to find Wild² Dubbel, a new entry in their Lips of Faith series in a local bottle shop. What makes this dubbel wild? Well, it’s brewed with Schisandra berries, also known as the “five taste fruit” and finished with Brettanomyces. The five flavors promised by the berry are sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy. Brett is something I generally enjoy, but not being familiar with Schisandra, I wasn’t sure what to expect as I opened the bottle.

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