How to drink through a Folly Pack

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How to drink through a Folly Pack

It’s summer, it’s the weekend (almost), and there’s probably lots of eating, playing and drinking on the agenda. Chances are strong you’re even planning to pick up a New Belgium Folly Pack this weekend (maybe the Revival Folly Pack, or maybe the canned Folly Pack). But with a Folly Pack comes choices: You rip open the packaging, peer inside, and think, “Which style should I drink first?” Well, here’s how to drink through a Folly Pack.


THE GRAB ME A WHATEVER

Hey, life’s just a series of barely controlled chaotic events strung together for the enjoyment of the cosmos, and we’re just along for the ride. What beer do I want? Just grab me a beer, man! Good thing for you, the Folly Packs are packed with a variety of really awesome beers. So you can keep on floatin’ on without putting too much thought into what you’re drinking.


THE CHERRY PICKER

You’re the kind of person who picks out all the red Skittles first. As for me, I’m a hophead, so I’d likely plow through all the Slow Rides in both the Revival and canned Folly Packs before realizing what I’d done. But, hey, there's plenty of kick-ass beer left in the box.


THE AROUND THE WORLD

Variety is the spice of life, you know? What do you want? One of everything! Well, I dare say Folly Packs are made with you in mind. To achieve the “around the world,” you start with one style of beer (whichever) and then work your way through the other varieties before stopping to consider whether you should make that lap again. Remember, a canned Folly Pack has three laps, and there’s always tomorrow to continue the journey.


THE CONCERNED PALATE

So you don’t want to blow your palate away on the first beer; that’s cool. Let’s hold off on the hoppy offerings until later, while easing the old palate into the Folly Pack. For the Revival Folly Pack, start with a balanced Fat Tire to get the juices flowing, then move to a fruity Somersault, and then ramp it up a bit with the tart Snapshot Wheat. Knock back a hoppy Blue Paddle Pilsener next, and then top if off with an in-your-face Slow Ride Session IPA. For the canned Folly Pack? Go Fat Tire, Snapshot, Blue Paddle, and then Slow Ride. Done.

Cheers to however you drink your Folly — Chris

It’s summer, it’s the weekend (almost), and there’s probably lots of eating, playing and drinking on the agenda. Chances are strong you’re even planning to pick up a New Belgium Folly Pack this weekend (maybe the Revival Folly Pack, or maybe the canned Folly Pack). But with a Folly Pack comes choices: You rip open the packaging, peer inside, and think, “Which style should I drink first?” Well, here’s how to drink through a Folly Pack.


THE GRAB ME A WHATEVER

Hey, life’s just a series of barely controlled chaotic events strung together for the enjoyment of the cosmos, and we’re just along for the ride. What beer do I want? Just grab me a beer, man! Good thing for you, the Folly Packs are packed with a variety of really awesome beers. So you can keep on floatin’ on without putting too much thought into what you’re drinking.


THE CHERRY PICKER

You’re the kind of person who picks out all the red Skittles first. As for me, I’m a hophead, so I’d likely plow through all the Slow Rides in both the Revival and canned Folly Packs before realizing what I’d done. But, hey, there's plenty of kick-ass beer left in the box.


THE AROUND THE WORLD

Variety is the spice of life, you know? What do you want? One of everything! Well, I dare say Folly Packs are made with you in mind. To achieve the “around the world,” you start with one style of beer (whichever) and then work your way through the other varieties before stopping to consider whether you should make that lap again. Remember, a canned Folly Pack has three laps, and there’s always tomorrow to continue the journey.


THE CONCERNED PALATE

So you don’t want to blow your palate away on the first beer; that’s cool. Let’s hold off on the hoppy offerings until later, while easing the old palate into the Folly Pack. For the Revival Folly Pack, start with a balanced Fat Tire to get the juices flowing, then move to a fruity Somersault, and then ramp it up a bit with the tart Snapshot Wheat. Knock back a hoppy Blue Paddle Pilsener next, and then top if off with an in-your-face Slow Ride Session IPA. For the canned Folly Pack? Go Fat Tire, Snapshot, Blue Paddle, and then Slow Ride. Done.

Cheers to however you drink your Folly — Chris

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