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Brewed By: New Belgium Brewing Inc. (Lion Little World Beverages / Kirin Holdings)

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Number of Ratings: 18204

Style: American Amber / Red Ale

Brewed In: 500 Linden Street Fort Collins, CO 80524, USA

ABV: 5.20%

IBU: 22

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Dr Why profile pictureDr Why - March 7, 2020
A great standard house, as in our house, brown ale. Smooth malty flavor and low bitterness. Good with most any food. I like to buy 6 packs on BOGO at Publix in Florida. And politically I like the employee owned deal. I am a retired union guy! Update: Now owned by Kirin. Why does not App let you use quotation marks??
Saigoda profile pictureSaigoda - September 26, 2019
This is my go to yard work beer. Good on a hot day when you need something light.
Rockhopper profile pictureRockhopper - January 17, 2019
Bright copper color with a finger and a half of head and little lacing. Little aroma. Straight malty flavor with little going on. Some sour and plastic aftertaste.  profile - August 1, 2018
Smooth, enjoy the malt profile - June 30, 2018
Great malt taste, light and refreshing.
martini1 profile picturemartini1 - January 1, 2018
Just had the draft version of this lager! Love the lace and the dry malty finish! My favorite go to beer now. Worth a second note here!
rcarlson7 profile picturercarlson7 - August 15, 2017
Nice smooth caramel malt ale
DetMartyHart profile pictureDetMartyHart - August 8, 2017
Good stuff but New Belgium has better beers. Ask for options at your liquor store.
BigCheech4509 profile pictureBigCheech4509 - August 6, 2017
Had this in Hawthorne NJ
Dublin99 profile pictureDublin99 - July 31, 2017
Malt. Lots of malt. Especially up front. Malt gives way to a bread/dough-like finish and aftertaste. All in all one of my favorites and go-to brews.
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