If you?ve not caught on yet, I?ve got a few breweries that I tend to favor more, and explore a wider variety of their offerings. You know, some, you?ve got one you know you like, and you stick with just that (perhaps got burned by trying a different style). Then there are others that, whatever the style and flavor combo, they just seem to be right in your wheelhouse. New Belgium is one of those brands for me. While most are familiar with Fat Tire (which is ?just ok? in my book), I?ve liked more of the Voodoo Ranger offerings. Well, after chatting with Patrick Morgan for an interview (seen here), I?ve tried others, and today we?re talking about the New Belgium 1554.vv
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