It went down alright for an amber ale, though it had some funky hops chunkiness to it that made it little rough towards the end.
How Much: 2
Someone left this at my house, though normally it’s around $9 for a 6-pack. The list of beers I would buy at that price instead of Fat Tire is long and distinguished.
I grew up in Iowa and drank nothing but Busch Light throughout my formidable years. When I was 19, I drove out with my family to visit some relatives in Colorado and I tried Fat Tire for the first time. It was my first craft beer…and I hated it. You’d think you could chalk this up to inexperience or a weak palate, but here we are 15 years later and it still doesn’t do anything for me.
This is the anchor of New Belgium’s year-round lineup and you can get it in 35 states.
Overall Rating: 2.9
Ambiance: Fang Island – “Daisy”