Brewed with barley, oats and wheat malts, Biere de Mars (6.2% ABV) is characterized by earthy tones and flavors of ripe mango and lemon verbena. Cocoa Molé (9% ABV) is brewed with caramel-80, chocolate, dark chocolate malts and chocolate rye, and then combined with ancho, guajillo and chipotle chilies for a sweet and spicy flavor.
The limited edition beers will be available on draft and in 22-ounce bombers now through April in select states at prices varying by market.
But wait, there’s more.
Two more new products will be added to New Belgium’s lineup this year: a pale ale called Dig, set to launch this month, and a pale lager called Shift to follow. The latter will be available only in 16-ounce cans.
BTW: New Belgium’s flagship Fat Tire and Ranger IPA are also slated for upcoming releases in the can format.