Great beer requires great water. But we don’t settle for “great,” we demand better. That’s why we use the purest mountain water from the Poudre River in Fort Collins, CO. All so you get a cleaner, more refreshing beer.
We’ve brewed organic beer since the 1990s, so we know the importance of sourcing clean ingredients. Our organic barley is grown by Oregon farmers with decades of experience, then malted by the oldest maltster in the Western U.S. And our organic hops are grown on an Oregon farm founded in the 1920s. Sure, the actual brewing process is a pain in the you-know-what, but it’s worth it.
Home to the first Belgian-style beers brewed in the United States, and also America’s first wind-powered brewery, New Belgium Brewing Company grew out of the basement of Jeff Lebesch and Kim Jordan. Now the third-largest craft brewery in the country, New Belgium dedicates itself to producing world-class beers.