New Belgium brewery has been around the block. Wind-powered and employee-owned, this Colorado producer has grown so large that it is now classified as a macro-brewery. Come see why this big brewery can still make small bottles so tasty. It is also our Spotlight Brewery for November, meaning you get the best deal on New Belgium all month long. From 5-7pm tonight, Robin will pour-a-plenty for the masses. Don’t miss this tasty one- See you tonight!
OUR THURSDAY LINE-UP:
New Belgium Trippel
Aroma:Sweet cereal and subtle spicy, herbal, floral hop notes. Balance of spicy phenols and fruity banana esters.
Flavor:Malty sweet, with clean firm hop bitter balance.
Mouthfeel:Smooth start, crisp and warming finish
New Belgium 1554
Aroma: Slightly fruity, herbal, spicy, rooty, coffee, chocolate, toffee
Flavor: Starts bitter chocolate with bright acidity, roasty and toasty, sweetness to round it out sweet/spicy, rooty, peppery undertones, lingering fruit acidity
Mouthfeel: Due to the lager yeast ferm at high temps and the chocolate and black malt- this beer starts and finishes dry yet the middle is round and malt rich. session!
Body: Light – Medium
New Belgium Citradelic IPA
Aroma: A blend of citrus (orange fruit/candy), tropical fruit (pineapple), and pine hop up front. Lighter are the herbal and caramel notes.
Flavor:Starts mildly sweet and transitions to a well-balanced bitterness.
Mouthfeel:Smooth start, lightly dry and a clean finish.
New Belgium Rampant Imperial IPA
Aroma:Prominent lemon citrus and floral hop aroma and flavor including some nice dry-hopped fresh grass and spicy pine notes.
Flavor:Hint of sweetness in the background from malt, the rest is a story of ambitious but not overwhelming bitterness.
Mouthfeel:Warmth from alcohol is present but not conspicuous. Nice dry finish from carbonation and glass full of bitter hops.