New Belgium Adding Tropic Force and Hop Avenger to VooDoo Ranger Series

New Belgium Adding Tropic Force and Hop Avenger to VooDoo Ranger Series

VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force and VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA by New Belgium Brewing

The VooDoo Ranger Series is Expanding

The VooDoo Ranger series is expanding with two new beers – VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force and VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA.

The catalogue of VooDoo Ranger beers is ever growing and expanding, making it one of the most formidable libraries of beers on the market.

VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force

VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force

VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force is a tropical IPA that will be 9.5% ABV, and will be releasing soon from the Fort Collins and Ashville breweries. It should go out to its full distribution footprint, and will be sold in 12 oz cans. This should be releasing soon and on the market in no time. So be on the lookout for VooDoo Ranger Tropic Force!

VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA

VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA

Next up is the VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA. New Belgium is kicking out more and more interesting IPAs using their VooDoo Ranger series, and this is just one more. VooDoo Ranger Hop Avenger IPA will be 7.7% ABV and will be releasing soon in 12 oz cans throughout New Belgium’s distribution footprint. Be on the lookout for this exciting hoppy IPA at your favorite distributor or grocery store near you.

New Belgium

New Belgium brews out of Fort Collins, CO and Ashville, NC. New Belgium is currently owned by Kirin Holdings Company (Lion). They are part of the conglomerate and whole that owns several other breweries – most notably Bell’s Brewery.

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For More Information on New Belgium Brewing Company

The following information comes from Untappd. New Belgium Brewing Company is a Subsidiary of Kirin Brewery Company and is a macro brewery from Fort Collins, CO. They have 669 unique beers and over 6,270,000 ratings with a global average rating of 3.63 (as of 8.8.23). Their Untappd description reads: New Belgium Brewing was founded in 1991 in Fort Collins, Colo., by Kim Jordan, a social worker, who built her company the only way a social worker would: People first. Over the past three decades, New Belgium has turned that ethos into a unique “human-powered” business model through practices that were and still are rare in the business world: fully paid healthcare premiums for all coworkers, paying a living wage, open-book management, renewable energy sourcing, a free onsite medical clinic and physician, a deep commitment to philanthropy and advocacy, and much more. With expansions to Asheville, N.C., in 2016; Denver, Colo., in 2018; San Francisco in 2021; and the 2021 acquisition of Bell’s Brewery, based in Kalamazoo, Mich., this people-centric model has led New Belgium to become arguably the most popular and fastest-growing American craft brewer today. New Belgium is famous for its flagship beer, Fat Tire Amber Ale; year-round favorites like Voodoo Ranger IPA (America’s #1 IPA brand), Dominga Mimosa Sour, and La Folie Sour Brown Ale; and an award-winning wood-aged sour program and innovative limited release beers. To learn more about New Belgium, visit NewBelgium.com

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