New Belgium Brewery Launching Two New Beers, Scouting Locations for an East Coast Brewery

by Prince Of Petworth November 30, 2011 at 1:30 pm 24 Comments

Thanks to a reader for sending word from Coloradoan:

“New Belgium Brewing Co. has revealed it is considering Philadelphia, Pa., Asheville, N.C., and two other cities for its new East Coast brewery and has announced two new beers in development.

A sign of the brewery’s growing portfolio, Simpson revealed two new beers the brewery is working on for next year.

The first is a pale ale called Dig, which will replace its former spring seasonal, called Mighty Arrow.

The second beer is a pale lager called Shift and is named after the brewery’s free-beer-after-each-shift policy.

Shift will be released only in the brewery’s new 16-ounce cans that are coming off the canning line that is under construction.”

More details here.


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