Wednesday, February 08, 2006 AD

And a voice cries-out from the wilderness

It has come to my attention that there are not nearly enough blogs presently with information on the fine micro-brewed products of Colorado. Jason desires to remedy this situation.

First on the list is a product of the New Belgium Brewery of Fort. Collins, CO. Fat tire is a finely crafted amber ale. It’s surprisingly stout, given some of its amber ale kin. As with all other beers, it’s best served out of the tap. Fat tire is still a fine beer in a bottle. It’s very unassuming. The bier would be happiest served with a burger. So, grill one up, and pour a fat tire for yourself and a few young theologians.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Michael G. said...

1554 is even better than Fat Tire (http://www.newbelgium.com/beers_bk.php)

4:11 PM  
Blogger T Sherman said...

Fat Tire is excellent! I've sipped a few of these while having interesting theological conversations with a Baptist buddy at Old Chicago's.

Though I find O'Dell's 90 Schilling (http://www.odells.com/beers/90shilling.php) to be a better beer when talking with Lutheran's. My pastor introduced me to it while we were talking one afternoon.

9:32 PM  

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