New Belgium Brewing is shaking things up next year, adding four brand new beers to their year-round lineup while tweaking the recipes of some of their existing brands. We’re going to see a few new sessionable ales as well as a new range of IPAs. Sadly, New Belgium is also dropping three beers from the lineup all together. Check out the gallery to see specifics on each beer.
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Dayblazer Easygoing Ale is a new, sessionable golden ale that supposedly has notes of honeycomb, and sits at 4.8% ABV. It'll be released in 12-ounce cans and big ass 24-ounce cans.
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Everyone loves Citradelic, right? Now it's getting a lime treatment with Citradelic Exotic Lime Ale, another golden ale with Persian lime, coriander and cracked pepper. Fancy.
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Bohemian Pilsener will follow in Blue Paddle's footsteps and be a crisp, easy drinking lawnmower beer with a spicy hop bit. And just 4.8% to boot. I'm not sure why they're only releasing this one in bottles, but that's the story.
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Tartastic Lemon Ginger Sour Ale might be the beer I'm looking forward to most. A sour ale with lemon and ginger? And just 4.8%? Yes please.
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New Belgium is introducing a new lineup of hop-centric beers under the Voodoo brand. Voodoo Ranger 8 Hop Ale is a pale that hits the tropical fruit notes thanks to the eight-strong hop bill.
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Then you have Voodoo Ranger IPA, which is also tropical thanks to the Mosaic and Amarillo hops, but comes in a bit stronger at 7% ABV.
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Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA is the boldest of them all, with a blend of Mosaic, Calypso, Bravo and Delta Hops for a West Coast inspired mix of pine and citrus. It's 9% and reportedly pretty damn bitter.
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With all of the new beers, something had to give and that something is Shift Pale Lager, which will no longer be in the line up.
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Snapshot Wheat is also riding off into the sunset.
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As is Slow Ride Session IPA. But since many of the new beers are below 5% ABV, I'm sure we'll still get our session fix from New Belgium in 2017.