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Crisp and hopsy. Hands down, the best on the market.
Great balance. Toasty nose. Malty with a mild sweetness. Balanced by med/ low hop bitterness and mild hop flavor. medium mouth feel. Finishes dry. Very pleasant rosary coffee notes.
A go to great value beer
New belgium rarely disappoints and this amber is no exception
A decent "beginners" ale. Not a huge New Belgium fan. Most beer lovers I know had a "fling" with Fat Tire but moved on to more interesting stuff.
First tried at Carinos. Yuck. It takes a few tries to break that barrier. Thick, full bodied, and you better drink it chilled.
very smooth beer. actually my favorite beer!
My go-to beer when light piss beers aren't cutting it. A sophisticated social drink that is smooth, light sucker punch of bitter hops, pleasant on the palate, and a decent meat marinade.
Very nice and smooth dark ale.
A good beer but nothing exceptional for all the talk about it. Would drink it again though!
Overrated. Its not bad but its run of the mill. I was disapointed. A little thin. Kind of a bready/caramel flavor profile. A little bit of burnt flavor. It's ok just not nearly as good made out to be.
Smoothe, refreshing, if slightly boring beer. Goes down very easy.
Always a solid choice when is comes down to selecting a beer.
very good beer for what it is. New Belgium is becoming the next Sam Adams and I mean that in a good way. Consistently good product. This is a great option if you're someplace with limited choices and even as an occasional session beer.
Great beer but you can get more bang for your buck.
Good full flavored beer. Nice amber color
A great beer all around, excellent color and delicious taste
this is my goto beer when I'm looking for good flavor. on tap it's even better.