Oatmeal IPA by New Belgium Brewing Company in Colorado, United States

About Oatmeal IPA by New Belgium Brewing Company

New Belgium's latest Hop Kitchen is a collaboration resurrection with their friends at Half Acre in Chicago. This honey-hued Oatmeal IPA flips the script on wickedly bitter beers with additions of silky-smooth oats, creating a creamy swallow to buoy a full crescendo of brilliant pine, grass and guava courtesy of Citra and Centennial dry-hopping. Sure, it’s softer than a standard IPA, but don’t be fooled by the cushiony mouthfeel. Lurking beneath the smooth oats, toasted malts and vibrant hops is a bitter bite just waiting to attack.


New Belgium Brewing Company is a craft brewery located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It was opened in 1991 by Jeff Lebesch and Kim Jordan. In 2011, it produced 712,800 barrels of its various labels. As of 2012, it was the third-largest craft brewery and eighth-largest overall brewery in the United States.

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