Fat Tire by New Belgium

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Ask yourself… does a beer taste better after an epic day outside? We think so.

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That’s why Fat Tire has been rewarding outdoor adventures since 1991. Fat Tire Amber Ale first appeared as an award-winning Colorado homebrew named in honor of a bicycling trip through Belgium. The beautiful balance of hop to malt created an immediate sensation with climbers, cyclists, outdoor adventurers and itinerant “dirtbags” traveling throughout the west. Stories of beer drinkers “bootlegging” the beer across state lines are legion, and Fat Tire has been an integral part of the American beer scene ever since.

Fat Tire tastes even better knowing that 1% of all sales benefits 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses, non-profits and individuals focused on giving back to the environment. And unlike many beer companies, New Belgium and Fat Tire never sold out to a bigger company. New Belgium Brewing Company is 100% employee-owned and proudly independent. From the beginning the company has placed people before profits and set out to show how business can, and should, be a force for good.

Fat Tire, a local Fort Collins’ favorite now enjoyed at trailheads and campfires from coast to coast. Even though Fat Tire’s popularity has grown over the years, it’s still brewed in small batches at New Belgium’s two breweries located in Fort Collins, CO and Asheville, NC.

Fat Tire, the easy drinking beer you reach for after a hard-earned day outside.