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New Belgium Tap Takeover

This Saturday, 4/29, we’re hosting our friends from New Belgium Brewing for a special tap takeover. They sent us a great collection of beers, not to mention some glassware for folks who arrive early, so, needless to say, we’re pretty thrilled to be pouring some of their best brews from our guest taps. We’ll have:

  • La Folie (Sour Brown Ale)
  • Le Terroir (Dry-hopped Sour Ale)
  • French Oak Saison (Foeder-aged Golden Ale)
  • Tartastic (Lemon Ginger Sour Ale)
  • Citradelic (Tangerine IPA)
  • Fat Tire (Belgian Style Amber Ale)
  • Fat Wild Ale (Wild Ale with Brett, a Collaboration with Avery Brewing Company)

Charity Raffle

In addition to this, New Belgium has also hooked us up with one of their custom 25th Anniversary Cruiser Bikes! We’ll be raffling off the bike and raising money for Kans for Kids, a Kentuckiana-based non-profit that works with public schools to ensure that families in need are provided with baskets of food, clothing, and other items that help get them back on their feet. To help them out, we’ll be matching all funds raised through raffle ticket sales. There’s no purchase necessary, though there is a suggested donation of $2 (or 3 raffle tickets for $5). You don’t need to be present to win, and the winner will be notified on Sunday, 4/30, on our social media outlets.

About New Belgium

Founded in 1991 in Fort Collins, Colorado, New Belgium has become one of the largest and most exciting craft breweries in the country. In addition to their flagship beer, Fat Tire, they offer a number of year-round beers including four IPAs, a couple gluten-free beers, and more. Also known for their innovative company culture and sustainability efforts, they’re continually recognized as an outstanding company to work for. So, come check them out this weekend!

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