New Belgium Accumulation Winter IPA

New Belgium Accumulation Winter IPA

This winter seasonal is brewed out of Fort Collins CO at the New Belgium Brewery and it has a 6.2% ABV.

I found this IPA to pour out a light golden color that created a decent amount of head that laced slightly on the glass. The aroma has some nice citrus hops, and some pale malts. When tasting this beer I found it to have a great balance from start to finish as the pale malt shows up first before the nice bitterness of the citrus hops take over your palate. There isn’t a whole lot of overpowering from the beer either so I believe it could be a decent session beer for the cold winter months.

Overall this is a pretty good IPA for the winter time, and I would recommend you pick it up and give it a shot before it is too late.

Cheers!

Posted on December 16, 2013 at 10:28 pm by Robert · Permalink
In: IPA's, Rating 80-89, Winter Seasonal's