Do you like Fat Tire? How about Ranger IPA? If so, you'll be getting more of both in February when New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins releases both beers in sixteen-ounce cans. The two beers will be the brewery's first tallboys and they'll be among the first to be produced in Colorado.
Colorado. You're gonna need a bigger coozie. Oskar Blues, the Colorado company that kicked off the craft-beer-in-a-can revolution in 2002, will celebrate a decade of unconventional packaging next year by pouring its flagship brew, Dales's Pale Ale, into sixteen-ounce tallboys for the first time.
New Belgium Brewing announced this week that it will add a massive new canning line to its fifty-acre Fort Collins compound. When construction is complete, the brewery will have the ability to can around thirty percent of its total output. But just because it can doesn't mean it will, says N ... More >>
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