Weekly Pint: Tag - New Belgium



Beer 101


Summer’s Ten Best Peach Brews

Ah, summertime… what if we could bottle it? Turns out, the best fruit beers—made with real fruit; never go for any imitation stuff—can quite literally do that very thing. Peach beers, for example, have been around for some time, especially in Belgian and sour beers which have...

Craft Brewers


Twenty Five and Counting

It’s pretty fun to be in your 20s, right? Few craft breweries can count this distinction, and even fewer festivals. This coming month, the Colorado Brewers' Festival (COBF) celebrates its 25th festival on Saturday, June 28th & Sunday, June 29th in downtown Fort Collins, Colorado,...

Travel


Cities of Gold

Summer is right around the corner, and that means one thing: beer . There are over 2,800 breweries in the United States. That makes it hard to know where to begin when planning a beer-based adventure. So we picked five sure fire starters. We can already hear your wails of disbelief: What...

Bottles and Bars


Strength In Numbers

If one is good, then two is better, right? In the case of craft breweries: absolutely. An industry that seems more about bromantic-bonding than cutthroat-competition, the craft brewing industry is always up for a party. Collaborations serve as a way to get together with friends (those you...

Travel


Win an Amazing Colorado Brewery Vacation!

This experience of a lifetime is an all-expenses-paid, two-day, three-night vacation for two to sunny Colorado . It will include tours and tastings at some of the best breweries in the Unites States! You will explore and experience breweries in Denver, Boulder, Longmont, and Fort...

Craft Brewers


Boulder Goes Bigger

Back in 1979, Colorado’s earliest craft beer scene was born in the form of a homemade, one-barrel system built in a goat shed (really!) outside of Boulder by two University of Colorado physics professors—and Boulder Beer Co. is still at it. Fast forward thirty years, and Boulder...

Beer 101


White Wedding

Like your I.P.A.? Doesn’t almost everybody? What was once a lonely taprow oddball now sits front-and-center, where it continuously inspires beer lovers and brewers in search of new flavors and style experiments. One of the most influential of these flights of fancy was a collaboration...

Bottles and Bars


The Class of 2013, Part IV

Christmas comes insanely often in Craft Beer Nation, with new beers released literally every single day of the year. Which, of course, poses a delicious problem: who could possibly taste them all? The answer: no one . But we do make an effort to sample as many as we can, sharing some love for...

Craft Brewers


Tart Gallery

  Earlier this week we laid out some basics of sour beer, which is taking the craft beer world by storm. All across the United States, craft brewers are experimenting with sour styles inspired by Belgian and other Old World rarities. Making good sour beer can take years, involving...

Craft Brewers


Big Apple Brews and Bites

It’s baaack. But this time, one of the most anticipated craft beer events of the year has moved to New York City. SAVOR , to be held June 14-15, 2013, is a gathering of seventy seven of the top U.S. craft breweries and chefs who create dishes to pair with the brewers’...



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