Brewed with watermelon and lime peel, New Belgium Brewing’s new seasonal release offers an approachable, fruit-infused ale. Juicy Watermelon Lime Ale is crisp, refreshing and juicy – the perfect option for beating back the summer heat. It has a bright fruity flavor and a thirst-quenching finish. The beer, which is available now through July, is available in 12 oz. bottles and cans, and on draft.
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500 Linden St
Fort Collins, CO 80524 United States
- New Belgium Brewing is a Fort Collins, Colorado craft brewery that has become famous for there beers such as Fat Tire. Founded in 1991 by Jeff Lebesch and Kim Jordan, the company has continued to set new standards in the craft beer industry. The 100% Employee Owned company has been recognized in Outside Magazine's "Top 100 Place to Work" and is one of many B Corporations. In 2016 New Belgium opened a second location in Asheville, North Carolina to help satisfy the Fat Tire lovers on the east.
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This year marks New Belgium’s 20th year for making sour beers, which first launched its wood beer program in 1997 with La Folie.
A group of 33 craft breweries have signed a letter urging senators to vote against the confirmation of Scott Pruitt as administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
In 2013, New Belgium CEO Kim Jordan told Brewbound that the Colorado brewery would sell its products in all 50 states by 2018. It looks like her company’s goal of becoming a nationally distributed craft beer brand will happen slightly ahead of schedule.
New Belgium Brewing’s new spring seasonal Whizbang, is a hoppy blonde ale bursting with Mosaic hops riding atop a malty backbone.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Finch Beer strikes a deal for a Chicago brewery; BrewDog hires a former Wicked Weed sour brewer and Starbucks ends its “evenings” program.
Former New Belgium Brewing CEO Christine Perich has landed in the non-alcoholic beverage industry. After departing the Colorado-based craft beer company last October, Perich was today announced as the new chief executive officer of World Waters, maker of fast-growing high pressure processed juice brand WTRMLN WTR.
What’s life been like for Virginia’s Devils Backbone since it was acquired by Anheuser-Busch InBev? Revenue is up 18 to 20 percent over the previous year, according to the News and Advance, which recently profiled the brewery.
New Belgium Brewing recently expanded their three-person Fort Collins- based sustainability team, bringing on Sarah Fraser as the new Sustainability Specialist at their Asheville, NC brewery. Fraser will start her new role in spring 2017 after the birth of her first child, to support New Belgium’s sustainability and environmental stewardship programs as they pertain to the Asheville brewery and operations.
Three of the country’s top craft breweries unveiled their 2017 beer release schedules this week, sharing plans to introduce a host of new products and packages over the course of next year.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is striking back against a ruling that had granted craft brewers the right to sell their distribution and territorial rights, according to the Dallas Business Journal.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has awarded New Belgium Brewing co-founder Kim Jordan a 2016 Colorado Governor’s Citizenship Medal (CGCM) for Growth and Innovation. The award is given to an entrepreneur or business leader who has “led with exceptional ingenuity and growth while inspiring and creating new possibilities for others,” according to a press release from the Governor’s office.
Massachusetts’ love affair with New Belgium will begin just in time for Valentine’s Day. The Fort Collins-based, bike-friendly brewery announced today that it will begin distribution throughout the Bay State starting February 13, 2017. (The company has a second production brewery located in Asheville, North Carolina.)
This winter New Belgium brings back an old favorite, cellars a recent addition, partners once again with B-Corp friends, and joins forces with a Belgian favorite to create five beers perfect for ushering out 2016. Available this month is Accumulation, the Ben & Jerry’s collaboration: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ale, the second release of Bretta IPA, and Anne Françoise Belgian Collaboration. In December, New Belgium brings back Clutch.
Year Round Beers
|Fat Tire - 12oz can||Amber Ale|
|2014 La Folie||Brown Ale|
|Transatlantic Kriek Ale||Ale|
|Fat Tire||Amber Ale|
|Belgo India Pale Ale||IPA|
|Mighty Arrow||Pale Ale|
|Fat Tire - Heavy Melon||Fruit Beer|
No Longer Available
|2013 Valentine's Day||Unknown|