Infused with both Cascade and Amarillo hops, the Tour de Fall Pale Ale is a sublime autumnal beer on offer from Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing. The deep amber brew is one of the brewery's seasonal beers that gives you another thing to look forward to this fall.
The medium-bodied brew is a temperate fall option if you are looking for a beer that is balanced in terms of sweetness and bitterness.
This unique fall pale ale is a branded to tout some of the craft brewery's passions, like cycling culture. Each year, the microbrewery hosts a traveling bike-centered festival titled 'Tour de Fat,' which celebrates cycling as a safe and sustainable alternative method of transportation for people of all ages.
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This Fall Pale Ale from New Belgium Brewing is Hop-Infused
- By: Rebecca ByersMar 25, 2015