November 2015 Beer of the Month

Liquor on McLeod’s November Beer of the Month features 6 beers from New Belgium Brewing. Their brewery was founded in 1991 in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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Fat Tire Amber Ale
Named in honour of our co-founder’s bike trip through Europe, FAT TIRE AMBER ALE marks a turning point in the young electrical engineer’s home brewing. Belgian beers use a far broader palette of ingredients (fruits, spices, esoteric yeast strains) than German or English styles. Together with co-founder Kim Jordan, they traveled around sampling their homebrews to the public. Fat Tire won fans with its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavours coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness. Fat Tire: Pairs well with people.
Ranger IPA 
Ever met a New Belgium Beer Ranger? They are our beloved folks out in the field. Spanning all of our states from the Pacific to the Atlantic, our Beer Rangers do their best to protect, to pour and to partake.
Snapshot Wheat
Snap! You just captured an unfiltered wheat beer full of refreshment and a flash of tart at the finish. Smile-inducing aromas of citrus hops jump from the nose, accompanied by the sweetness of coriander and grains of paradise.
Ben & Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream beer. Our newest collaboration with Ben & Jerry’s brings together two different types of pint-makers for one common goal: To help Protect Our Winters combat climate change. When two foodie B Corps join forces for good, delicious ideas are created. Our Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale scoops the lip-smacking fun of dessert from a bowl right into your pint glass. Brewed with specialty ingredients and a healthy sweet tooth, this beer’s rich chocolaty, salted-caramel, vanilla goodness is worth savouring to the last drop. Reward yourself, and dig in!
Accumulation White IPA 
This winter, IBUs start accumulating like snow in Colorado with our new Accumulation  White IPA . Brewing a white IPA was not only a way to salute the white beauty falling from the sky, but a direct revolt to the longstanding tradition of brewing dark beers for winter and Winter Seasonal Beers.
Long Table Farmhouse Ale
The longer the table, the more room for friends. This season, our new Long Table Farmhouse Ale is the best excuse to pull up a chair with your closest companions for a few rounds.