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A Quick Tip by DevonCook

  • Jun 11, 2010
Good gateway beer that brings alot of people over from the BMC craze. Other then Sierra Neveda, this was one of the first craft beers that I tried that I really enjoyed. Over the years this belgium ale has become more visible in pop culture and is bringing micro brews into the mainstream. It's popularity I think is in part due to it's attractive label for most non-craft drinkers. Whatever the reason, anything that brings people away from the bud light scene is a good thing in my humble opinion.
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November 07, 2011
I love you last line in this review...anything that brings people away from the bud light scene. Only problems is sometimes you have to drag them away kicking and screaming ; )
 
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I am a senior at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles California where I am persuing a degree in Englishliterature with a certificate in journalism. On my free time I practiceHapkido and jujitsu … more
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Named in honor of our founder Jeff's bike trip through Belgium, 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. Jeff found the Belgian approach freeing. Upon his return, Jeff created Fat Tire and Abbey Belgian Ale, (assuming Abbey would be his big gun). He and his wife, Kim traveled around sampling their homebrews to the public. Fat Tire's appeal quickly became evident. People liked everything about it. Except the name. Fat Tire won fans is in its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.

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Type: Amber Ale
Country: Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Brewery: New Belgium
ABV: 5.2%

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