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New Belgium Brewing Rolle Bolle

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New Belgium Brewing Rolle Bolle is bamed after the Belgian yard game similar to bocce ball


New Belgium Brewing Rolle Bolle

Named after the Belgian yard game similar to bocce ball (a game best played with two hands, one preferably holding a beer), this summer ale is a tribute to how New Belgium Brewery rolls. When poured, a straw yellow hue with a white head meets an aroma of tropical notes, compliments of the special ingredients from opposite ends of the earth: soursop — the fruit of an evergreen tree native to South America and the Caribbean, and monk fruit — a vine fruit from southern China and northern Thailand. This thirst quencher goes down easily, balancing the fruity sweetness with a hint of tartness and the citrus character of Cascade, Target, Amarillo and Centennial hops. Its spicy dry finish will lead to further sipping.

Price: $7.99 (6-pack of 12 oz.)

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