New Belgium Brewing - Thursday, 2/21 | 5-7pm
FREE Beer Tasting | RSVP Now!
Idyllic rides on fat-tired bicycles through charming European villages famous for their beermaking inspired Jeff Lebesch in 1988. He returned to his basement brewing operation at home in Fort Collins, Colorado armed with new inspiration and ingredients. By 1991, New Belgium Brewing was born. Join us to taste two of their iconic craft beers and one special release collaboration with Knob Creek Bourbon!
Fat Tire - Amber Ale - 6 pack bottles $12.49 | SALE price $11.24
One of the first brews to emerge from Jeff's basement after his inspired European travels, this easy-drinking amber ale has sweet biscuity and caramel malts, and subtle notes of fresh fennel and green apple.
Abbey - Belgian Style Dubbel - 6 pack bottles $13.99 | SALE price $12.59
This garnet brown hued Belgian-style dubbel is strong on character and rich in flavor. Seven malts, including caramel Munich and chocolate, and a definitive Belgian yeast, waft off sweet, spicy aromas. Rich tones of chocolate and dark caramel mix with nuanced dried cherries, burnt sugar, and figs. Sweet and roasty up front, followed by a slightly bitter finish, Abbey is a lovely American interpretation of the monastic beers of Belgium.
Oakspire - Bourbon Barrel Ale - 6 pack bottles $15.99 | SALE price $14.39
A limited-edition collaboration between New Belgium and Knob Creek, Oakspire is a unique bourbon barrel ale aged with bourbon-steeped oak spirals and char from inside the barrel. Smooth notes of toffee, vanilla, and caramel wrap up with a pleasantly warm finish.