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I taste the Fat Tire and I find it good.

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I’ve been hearing these Colorado snobs rant about their New Belgium Brewery for far too long. They seem particularly adamant about a certain “Fat Tire” beer. A few friends (thanks Phil and Kristen!) vacationed to Colorado, toured the brewery, and brought a whole mess of beers back.

It was heaven. I won’t go into much detail on the beer, though it was an excellent balance of hoppy and buscuity ? very drinkable, which is not necessarily a good thing in my case. You can find legitimate reviews here at Brew Brain, here at SevenPack, or here at BeerAdvocate. And, yes, the pick is not of the Fat Tire label. I also had an Abbey Ale, and that picture turned out the best. That’s how I roll.

P.S. The Abbey Ale was delicious.

3 thoughts on “I taste the Fat Tire and I find it good.

  1. I was out there a few years back and I remember drinking Fat Tire out on the deck at A-Basin with the sun shining down. After a few of those guys I was not headed back out on the hill (it was getting icy in the sun anyway and ice is a snowboarders worst enemy).

    Good stuff that Fat Tire.

  2. I love the Fat Tire. I actually found it in Chicago last week when I was traveling (it’s hard to find east of the Mississippi). Enjoyed it with a big plate of sushi.

  3. One of my favorite New Belgium beers is their 1554, the beer they describe as an “enlightened black ale”.

    I’m more than willing to pick up a six-pack and ship it to you guys, in exchange for some of your homebrew :-)

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