New Belgium Brewing Co

New Belgium Brewing Co

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Website
newbelgium.com
Phone
(970) 221-0524
Location
Fort Collins, CO
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Founded
1991
BREWERY TYPE
Not specified
Address
500 Linden St
Fort Collins, CO 80524 United States
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Overview
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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Can a Liquor Exec Help New Belgium Beat Wine and Spirits?

Can a Liquor Exec Help New Belgium Beat Wine and Spirits?

Know thy enemy. If you’re a brewery trying to make it in today’s crowded alcohol marketplace, that means understanding the strategies that wine and spirits brands have used to snatch 10 percent of total U.S. alcohol shipments away from the beer category over the last 20 years.

Spirits Executive to Lead New Belgium as Next CEO

Spirits Executive to Lead New Belgium as Next CEO

After an nine month search, New Belgium Brewing has found its next CEO. The Fort Collins, Colo.-headquartered company, which also operates a brewing facility in Asheville, North Carolina, today announced that Steve Fechheimer, the former chief strategy officer at Beam Suntory, would take over as CEO in mid-August.

New Belgium Earns LEED Certifications on Asheville Campuses

New Belgium Brewing has earned a trifecta of LEED certifications on all three of their Asheville facilities: Liquid Center tasting room (Platinum), Brewery (Gold), and Distribution Center (Silver).

Regional Brewers Hit Hardest by Craft Slowdown

Regional Brewers Hit Hardest by Craft Slowdown

Production at 25 of the top 50 Brewers Association-defined craft breweries didn’t grow last year, according new data released today by the trade organization.

Longtime New Belgium Brewmaster to Depart

Longtime New Belgium Brewmaster to Depart

After 21 years at the controls of New Belgium’s brewing program, legendary brewmaster Peter Bouckaert will depart the country’s fourth-largest craft brewery for a much smaller project. New Belgium, which is headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo. and has a brewing facility in Asheville, North Carolina, today announced that Bouckaert would leave the company for Purpose Brewing and Cellars, which was described in a press release as “an aspiring farm brewery” that would produce both coffee and beer.

New Belgium and Colorado State University Collaborate on Old Aggie Superior Lager

New Belgium and Colorado State University Collaborate on Old Aggie Superior Lager

New Belgium Brewing and Colorado State University are teaming up for a one-of-a-kind collaborative beer, Old Aggie Superior Lager. Packaging for the crisp golden lager prominently features Colorado State’s ram mascot, with a green and orange vintage color scheme that evokes the school’s rich agricultural history and tradition. The beer will be a year-round offering available for distribution only in Colorado.

New Belgium Brewing Launches 2 Special Releases

New Belgium Brewing Launches 2 Special Releases

New Belgium Brewing’s Voodoo Ranger line is adding a special release series to the mix. First up is Voodoo Ranger Juicy Mandarina IPA, an unfiltered wheat IPA. It bursts with citrus and juicy tropical flavors and features German Mandarina Bavaria and Australian Galaxy hops

New Belgium Brewing Announces Fat Tire Line Extension

New Belgium Brewing Announces Fat Tire Line Extension

Following in the footsteps of other large, established U.S. craft beer companies who have introduced flagship line extensions in recent years, New Belgium Brewing today announced plans to release a Belgian White version of its popular Fat Tire brand. Slated for a nationwide rollout beginning August 1, New Belgium’s new unfiltered wheat offering will compete for market share against other well-known wheat beers — including MillerCoors’ Blue Moon Belgian White, Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Shock Top Belgian White and Allagash Brewing’s White Ale — in the second-largest craft category by style.

New Belgium Releases Juicy Watermelon Lime Ale

New Belgium Releases Juicy Watermelon Lime Ale

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.


Year Round Beers

Beer Name Style
Rampant Imperial IPA
Ranger IPA IPA
Shift Lager
Snapshot Wheat Ale
Sunshine Wheat Ale
Trippel Belgian
Fat Tire - 12oz can Amber Ale
2014 La Folie Brown Ale
Transatlantic Kriek Ale Ale
Fat Tire Amber Ale
Blue Paddle Pilsner
1554 Lager
Abbey Belgian-Style Dubbel
Clutch Sour
Belgo India Pale Ale IPA
Hoptober Golden/Blonde
2° Below Golden/Blonde
Skinny Dip Lager
Mothership Wit Witbier
Mighty Arrow Pale Ale
Frambozen Brown Ale

Seasonal Beers

Beer Name Style
Fat Tire - Heavy Melon Fruit Beer

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Beer Name Style
2013 Valentine's Day Unknown