Check out Todd Van Fleet's bicycle landscape photography

Bikes, beer, a camera, and a rented RV. Our pal Todd Van Fleet came to us a few months back with those things on his mind, and we were listening. Todd specializes in photographing vintage bicycles in out-of-the-way, often hard-to-get-to areas; his shots have hung around the brewery for years. Last summer Todd loaded an RV with bikes he’d been collecting, a few friends and a list of spots to shoot at around the Western and Southwestern U.S. We figured, “Hey, you’ll probably need some beer for those desert night times, right?” So we threw him some brews and an old New Belgium cruiser. Fast forward to today, when Todd’s project is a wrap and LOOKS GREAT. Check out the whole video below, and t...
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Do this: 50 ways to make BIG GAME 50 50-times better

The headline says it all. Want to improve your game day experience? Follow this guide and you'll find game time bliss.  Check out New Belgium’s official BIG GAME 50 Ad Pair these snacks with these New Belgium beers Ponder this important question: What it New Belgium beers played football? Play the New Belgium BIG GAME Bingo Game Watch New Belgium Colorado and New Belgium North Carolina debate who will win the BIG GAME. Chill out, slow down, and crack open a Fat Tire. Keep a steady hand throughout the game by drinking the low-ABV, super-sessionable Slow Ride Session IPA. Check out the New Belgium North Carolina crew goofing off outside Bank of America Stadium. Heck, check out our en...
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Eat this: New Belgium’s favorite BIG GAME beer and food pairings

The BIG GAME is almost upon us, and while the Broncos and Panthers finalize their game plan, we’re finalizing our beer-and-food pairing game plan. After all, S*P*R Bowl Sunday isn’t Super without a spread of delicacies paired with a fridge of tasty New Belgium beers. So, we hit up some co-workers to ask, “What’s your favorite BIG GAME beer and food pairing?” Here’s what they had to say: LINDSAY BARR Sensory Specialist “Lil’ smokeys and 1554!  YAY!” Plus, this special tip: “Ranger with anything salty makes the bitterness seem less dramatic because salt suppresses bitter. So that’s a fun flavor trick.” TANYA VICTOR Sales Talent Development Coordinator “Spicy, citrus cocktail shrimp w...
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