New Belgium Brewing and Subpar Parks Join Up For The Lack Of Wildlife Is Alarming

New Belgium Brewing and Subpar Parks Join Up For The Lack Of Wildlife Is Alarming

New Belgium Brewing is teaming up with Subpar Parks to create The Lack of Wildlife is Alarming Pale Ale

New Belgium Brewing is teaming up with Subpar Parks to create The Lack of Wildlife is Alarming Pale Ale. This “subpar” pale ale is will be hitting at 6% ABV and will be packaged and sold in 12 oz cans. The can art features Yosemite National Park.

Subpar Parks

From New Belgium’s website – Who is Subpar Parks:

Amber is a designer, illustrator, and hand lettering artist with a passion for the outdoors. Her colorful, often punny work is inspired by her interests: spending time outside any way she can, building a creative business, the ups and downs of owning far too many house plants, and, as a major introvert, spending time recharging at home. After years working as a professional graphic designer for non-profits and small businesses, in 2020 she took the leap and began working for herself full-time, when her passion project, Subpar Parks, went viral, and went on to become a New York Times Bestselling book. Now she spends her time creating greeting cards, stickers, prints, and other products featuring her artwork.

When she’s not creating new products or trying to keep her plants alive, she’s probably hiking, camping somewhere in the middle of the desert in her Xterra, or fixing up the 127-year-old Victorian house she lives in with her husband, Taylor, and their feisty cat, Suki.

Who is Subpar Parks? – New Belgium Brewing

A gallery of Subpar Parks ‘postcards’.

You can find more information on Subpar Parks here: Outsider Online – Subpar Parks.

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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 688 unique beers and over 6,299,000 ratings (just shy of 6.3 Million) with a global average rating of 3.63 (as of 11.24.23). 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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