1. American Craft Beer Fest returns to Boston on May 29 & 30, featuring 640+ beers from 140+ brewers. Tickets are on sale now.

Lips Of Faith - La Folie - New Belgium Brewing

Not Rated.
Lips Of Faith - La FolieLips Of Faith - La Folie

Educational use only; do not reuse.

3,466 Ratings

(view ratings)
Ratings: 3,466
Reviews: 1,011
rAvg: 4.26
pDev: 10.33%
Wants: 525
Gots: 771 | FT: 44
Brewed by:
New Belgium Brewing visit their website
Colorado, United States

Style | ABV
Flanders Oud Bruin |  7.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: BeerAdvocate on 09-22-2002

Flemish Sour Brown Ale fermented in stainless then transferred to barrels for 1-4 years of aging then blended to taste.
Beer: Ratings & Reviews
to view all ratings, reviews and sorting options.
Ratings: 3,466 | Reviews: 1,011
Photo of SpdKilz
4.3/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Had on tap at Naja's Place in Redondo Beach.

Appearance - Served in a pint glass. Held up to the light it has a distinct purple appearance, with purple head that dissipates relatively quickly.

Smell - Sour cherries, spices, malts, vinegar (the girl I was with smelled it and the first thing she said was "it smells like vinegar" haha).

Taste - As with the nose, the initial taste is sour cherries topped off with the vinegar. Thankfully the vinegar is not overpowering, however, it does have a great tartness to it.

Mouthfeel - Medium bodied, decent carbonation, tart, finishes a hint dry and with an acidic aftertaste (though relatively clean).

Drinkability - I had two of these. Damn good. The girl I was with tasted mine and loved it and got one herself (hell yeah!). Will seek out in the future. Easier to drink than some of the RR sours, however, not on the same caliber. This is a beer to enjoy whenever while I feel a RR sour is a special occasion beer. Nonetheless, a damn good beer.

Photo of msmezher
4.72/5  rDev +10.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

La Folie is the first sour beer I ever had, on tap at Beachwood BBQ, then again in a 750ml bottle, poured into a tulip glass. La Folie pours out a reddish brown, and has a tart cherry aroma to it. The beer feels excellent in your mouth, highlights include the sour tartness of cherries and raisons, and the oaky finish of the barrels it was aged in.

Note: my scores correspond to La Folie on tap, from the bottle I would rate it about 1/2 a point down from each category, with the taste suffering the most.

Photo of PeterLemonjello
4.17/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured in tulip from bottle.

A - Dark ruby/brown in color, with little head or lacing. Lovely natural carbonation bubbles.

S - Earthy, tart cherries and plums, just a hint of smoke

T - Wonderful. Tart cherries, plums, oak, bretty barnyard, sour, vanilla...just a complex array of flavors. Dry finish to cut through the sourness making it a very refreshing beer.

M - solid prickly carbonation. mouthfeel is very appropriate for this beer. Not too thin to be watery but not too thick to take away from the refreshment

D - wouldn't want to session but drinking a pint or 2 is very enjoyable.

Photo of ptykozoon
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a beautiful dirty brown with red highlights. Not much of any retention but nice lacing on the rim.

Smells of sour fruity oakiness.

Strong dominating sourness at the forefront, along with an obvious dry oakiness coming through. Cherries, grapes, cranberries on the finish. Very very nice.

Nice carbonation, thin mouthfeel.

This one is seriously sour. And however much I love that, it's not entirely that overly drinkable because of the tight grip the sour has on this one.

Photo of billab914
4.39/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 22oz bottle into my Lost Abbey stemware. It poured a dark brown color with a thin fizzy head that dissipated quickly.

The aroma has a tart and sour cherry flavor to it with a bit of the oak and barrel characteristics coming though. Very nice sour, tart and fruity flavor to it overall in the nose.

The taste follows the aroma in that it has a pretty big sour and tart flavor to it with some nice sour cherry and apple like fruitiness coming through. It has a bit of a candy, sweet tart like flavor to it as well. The sourness as an acidicness to it in the finish that lingers.

The mouthfeel is on the lighter side with carbonation being high. Drinkability is very nice, it's an excellent sour beer. It had some great sour, tart and fruity flavors to it. Very nice complexity and depth overall.

Photo of gatornation
3.38/5  rDev -20.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

pours a dark ruby chestnut color with a big 2 finger tan head.that stayed longer then i thought it would.. smell was tart fruits, smoke,vanilla..taste was tart cherries with a dash of vinegar..then throw in some sweet sour patch candy it finishes with some earth notes and malt and more tartness.. mouth feel is medium and carbonated and crisp..lots of tartness but overall maybe a tad thin it just does not coat the palate like a sour should its to subtle and not very complex in it rage of flavors..its one to try for me but may have again maybe not

Photo of KeithPatton
1.61/5  rDev -62.2%
look: 3 | smell: 2 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 1

Definitely an acquired taste. I recently tasted it at the Texas Brewers Festival on Galveston Island. At the risk of sounding pedestrian (which I am not, I've home brewed for 20 years) it has to be the worst beer I've tasted.

If you are a sour beer and vinegar lover, it is probably great. On the other hand, if I had paid $16 a bottle for the stuff, I'd have been a little put out. Luckily I got about 3oz at the festival and left about 3.8 oz in my sampling cup. The general concensus was the stuff tasted like balsamic vinegar. Last time I checked a good bottle of balsamic was substantially less than $16 and to my mind, equally refreshing.

The body and color was nice, the carbonation was on the weak side. Overal, like a good malt balsamic vinegar.

So any potential drinkers of this stuff, should know what they are getting into. Maybe it takes a while to learn to love it, but if I had made this, I would have written it up as a mistake and poured the whole batch out, and in actuality, I have 86'd whole kegs of better tasting beer rather than inflict it on my friends. $16 bucks? I'd save my money and spend it on a bottle of good single malt.

Photo of jpoder
3.94/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2010 La Folie

a: highly carbonated...poured like soda, but almost no head dissipating to nothing but a slight ring. red-brown in color

s: sweet cherry...vanilla and oak

t: very tart. very slight vinegar cherry, plum oaky

m: very effervescent dry and sour on the tongue.

d: good!

Photo of Georgiabeer
4.2/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a reddish brown, almost no head. Smells extremely acetic with some earthy notes and forward tannins. Some sharp plum notes throughout as well. The taste is spicy and earthy with red fruit and vinegar. Could be fuller or silkier in the mouth, but there is a nice mouth-watering finish with the combination of fruit and acetic notes literally making me salivate. Not the best of the style, but solid, and seems more available than it used to be, which is nice.

Photo of cpetrone84
4/5  rDev -6.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Jeremy and Kevin for sharing the 05, 08, and 2010 Vintages. Interesting results...score based on a blend of all three.

A-pours a clear burgundy red color with a slightly off white colored head.

S-the nose has notes of oak with hints of vanilla underneath. lots of acidity and acetic acid, tart cherries, wow this burns the nostrils not in a good way. the vinegar and acidity in this beer is huge.

T-the flavor isn't bad but I can't finish this beer. more sweetness than the nose, sweet red cherries, light oak presence, tons of acidity and vinegar. this heats the entire body and makes me sweat all over. rest goes in the drain...

M-smooth feel to it, somewhat creamy in the mouth with a medium body. tons of carbonation, prickly and rough to swallow, very dry and still can't get over the heat.

D-the flavor isn't offensive but this is the most acidic beer I have ever had, it burns my body and I literally sweat every sip I took. By far the most acidic and most acetic beer of the group.

A-very dark burgundy, almost brown and much more dark than the 05. the edges are red with a slightly off white colored head.

S-the nose is seemingly well balanced, tart ripe cherries, moderate oak presence, hints of leather, acidity takes over with more sour cherries.

T-well balanced acidity on this, nice cherry tartness up front with a good fruity sweetness to it. hints of leather, the acidity is strong in the back with just a touch of vinegar.

M-smoother and softer especially in the finish with a medium body and crisp dry finish.

D-considerably better than the 05 and best of the three. this has a decent balance of acidity to flavor with a nice ripe tart cherry presence. not overly complex but still a decent beer.

A-this pours the darkest of the three, chestnut brown in color with an off white head.

S-the malt presence from the base beer is present in this, sweet cherries with a very light tartness to it. there is some acetic acid in the back but not strong.

T-follows the nose, base beer still present, malt body, good amount of sweet cherries and very light tartness. least complex of the group but still drinkable.

M-this is the least acidic beer of the group and probably the softest palate of the bunch. slightly dry finish, not as dry as the 08, medium bodied and a little syrupy.

D-this seems to be the easiest drink of the bunch, least complex and least amount of acidity. the sweetness is present and the sour is quite low. the oak presence is very light in this one.

Overall thoughts-the 05 was brutal, flavors weren't off but the acidity ramped up so much no one could drink it, the 10 was the easiest drink but also the least "sour" of the group and really lacked the sourness or acidity you would have liked to see. the 08 was the best balanced, base beer pretty much gone but enough oak presence and acidity to create a decent brew.

Photo of psiweaver
4.32/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This is an 09 Corked and Caged bottle before they changed the bottling and the recipe.

The appearance is a rich brown colored poured into my Reidel Stemless red wine glass with a small brownish colored head.

It has a sharp sourey funky smell, with hints of stone fruits.

great sharp taste that almost reminds me of sour patch kids. I wish i had more of the corked and caged bottles as they really are a huge step above the normal ones.

sharp crisp mouthfeel.

pretty easy to drink other than how sharp and sour it is.

Overall i wish they would go back to this style and recipe as its soo much better than the new 22oz la folies.

Photo of twiggamortis420
3.97/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This 22 oz bomber is a 2009 vintage. I miss the old, hand-numbered750 mL cork and caged classic looking bottle. Pours a surprisingly clear, red color with a rapidly diminishing tan foam. Not much in the way of lacing.

Nose is mainly of wood, brett and vinegar. Sour for sure. Fairly unique aroma, acidic even. Some of the brown ale malts come out, but this one is really all about the sourness.

Taste is mouth-puckeringly sour, with a light hint of cherries. Tartness is there as well. I would like to see a stronger wood presence in the flavor, whether that come from more brettomyces or the barrels, I care not. This can fix a sour craving for sure, but lacks some of the subtle complexities of a great wild ale. I think this is a beer best enjoyed right after release to get some of the other beer characteristics. I still do love a good sour blast every now and again though.

Photo of ridglens
4.27/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

shared with another BA to pre-game for some bass fishing. this is the third time i have had this beer and love it!

poured into a Portsmouth snifter. Pours a thin head that quickly goes to an almost nothing layer. the appearance is not the best part of this beer, but the burnt orange is pretty with some back light. the smell is a STRONG scent of sourness with some brett funk. sour fruit comes out and dominates, with just a tiny hint of a grainy/oaky smell (weird, but like sour fruit on a wooden plate). the taste is just great, strong fresh granny-smith apples, with a kind of funkiness in it. a touch of the grainy wood comes in, but much more present is the sweetish malt character that makes the sour very enjoyable. the mouthfeel is to me simlare to a fresh green sour apple, feels like it just cleans your mouth out with freshness (such irony that spoiling bacteria are responsible!), which i will probably over-rate, but i love it. drink is a little intense/tiring, but so tasty that i don't notice too much.

Photo of Hojaminbag
4.42/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

The body of La Folie is made up of various hues of orange and red, depending on how the light hits it. There are a ton of active carbonation bubbles, but the head is fairly thin and made up of pretty large bubbles. Retention is only OK and not a whole lot of lacing is left behind.

The aroma has a good punch of tartness, some sour fruit (mostly cherries), and big dose of wood and perhaps a hint of vinegar.

The flavor follows the aroma, and it is delicious. Tartness is the first thing to jump out at me, and it takes a hold of my mouth in a puckering manner. Underneath the sourness are fruity flavors that definitely has cherry as the chief contributor. The French (I think it's French anyway) Oak adds a big woody character with a little bit of spice. It also seems to dry out the palate a little bit. A touch of gourmet red wine vinegar and sweet malts round out la folie.

The mouthfeel is fairly light and dry.

I have tried La Folie on numerous occasions. I loved it every time, including when tried from the tap, from 750ml corked and caged bottle, and from the current 22oz bomber. La Folie is a great blend of sourness and drinkability that a hardcore sour fan or an inexperienced first timer can enjoy.

Photo of LucienDeRubempre
4.37/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

2009 vintage into a tulip.

The first thing that really stands out about this beer (other than the classy screen printed bottle with the cool globe glass on the cap) is the aroma. Big, nasty sourness coming off in waves, with a bit of a roasty undertone. The palate is treated to a growing complexity, with goat cheese and toasted nuts, vinegary yeasty sourness, and a super dry finish with just a hint of malts. Lip-puckeringly good. The sourness is almost crushing, but as it warms many flavors come through for some balance in the flavor. Little underwhelmed by the thick sticky mouthfeel, with less carbonation than I would like, and definitely not something that I could drink without palate fatigue after a glass or two, which isn't saying I wouldn't enjoy every minute of it. By far my favorite from NB, wish I could get to try the old bottle conditioned version.

Photo of sweemzander
4.19/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

22oz. bottle poured into a tulip. No bottled date.

(A)- Pours a deep dark brown color that almost looks black in the glass; very dark brown. Produced a small tan colored head that dissipated down to a light ring around the outside.

(S)- A big dryness up front with a light vinegar sourness in front of a big hay/straw funk.

(T)- A huge sour pucker up front that flows into a vinegar-like acidic dry hay straw beast. One of the most sour beers in memory, but a tasty one at that.

(M)- A good carbonation level and balance. Hugely sour/tart/acidic profile. Has a nice crispness to it too which I appreciate.

(D)- A great example of the style with a sour punch on steroids. Could go great with any type of food due to its great acidity level and sourness. Share with a friend; a whole bomber is a bit much for one person.

Photo of rand
4.27/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Lips of Faith 2010 La Folie 07/27/2010
From bomber to tulip glass

A: Pours a copper-red, light in texture with a fizzy, effervescent carbonation that leaves little lacing. Looks more like soda than beer.

S: Has a nice fruity nose with sour cherries and a grassy funk

T: Cranberries and citrusy-sour cherries hit the tongue, reminding you of sweetened red wine vinegar. Grapes and prunes are also noticeable, all of which combine to a nice, puckering sour that retains its effect throughout out the bottle. At 6%, this doesn't have the complex layering of flavors you might find in some of today's more sought after barrel-aged ales, but in La Folie's case, less is more. As you continue through the bottle and the beer warms, the distinctive sourness has a consistently lively and refreshing affect on the palate.

M: Feels light and effervescent, a lot like it appears. The carbonation is enough to cleanly wash away each sip.

D: Given the relatively low alcohol content and how this beer really mastered a relatively simple flavor profile, this beer goes down easily. When your palate adjusts to the puckering sour you might as well be drinking orange juice.

Notes: This has become one of my favorites of the style. I not a big fan Fat Tire, and although I think some of New Belgium's more common beers are OK, they often have that Fat Tire-ish malt, which I find a little off-putting. This beer is an experience unto itself - I would have never thought this was a New Belgium ale.

Photo of klikger
4.12/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bomber pour served in a Lost Abbey taster

A - Dark brown with a hint of red. There's no head or lacing.

S - Vinegar and lemon zest are countered by a touch of brown sugar.

T - Balsamic vinaigrette and orange juice are readily apparent and are followed by powdered ascorbic acid and more vinegar. And more vinegar. And more vinegar.

M - Medium-light bodied with a burst of carbonation.

D - Eeeasy going down.

I like this quite a bit, and more than I thought I would, based on other Lips of Faith experiences. This isn't even close to being on the same level as the elite sours, but it's pretty tasty.

Photo of jmhart
3.88/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Sampled this with Frasier433 during Beer Thursday (TM).

22 oz poured into a snifter.

A- Pours a deep dark brown with slight reddish hue. Formed a short white foam...not really a head, just kind of a foam that dissipates quickly. Pretty much no lacing. Not much visual carbonation.

S- Obvious (and strong) acetic and lactic notis, followed by hints of oak and cherries underneath.

T- Initially a strong acetic flavor, followed by a rich malty sweetness, followed by a lactic sour finish. Within the malty center, flavors such as dark cherries and plums appear along with a tart tannic flavor. An oaky flavor lingers on your breath after you swallow, and is quite nice if you exhale through your nose.

M- Thick and syrupy with a drying effect at the end. A bit of a bite, probably from carbonation based on the lower ABV. It's chewy and flows around your mouth really well. Actually a really impressive feel coming from NB.

D-This was pretty tasty, and since my local store has several more, I think I'll pick some up for the cellar. Overall, not my favorite sour, but it was unique, tasty, and an extremely impressive offering from New Belgium.

Photo of bump8628
4.27/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Clear brown with ruby edges and an airy, rocky head.

Dark fruits and a musty, old oak character mingle with the acid, both acetic and lactic, and a mild vein of brett funk. Ripe cherry flavors are really brought out by the acidity and pair well with the earthy, woody, funk. Some brown sugariness softens the acetic edge and makes it easier to drink in gulps than some of the others in this style.

A widely available, American-brewed, sour ale. My, how far we have come. And it's damn tasty at that.

Photo of philbertk
3.78/5  rDev -11.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

New Belgium Brewing Company--La Folie Wood Aged Ale--Corked Bottle--2005--25.4 oz. Bottle. 6.00% ABV--30 IBU's? (4.0 / 5.0) Belgian Ale--Sour Brown--Rich lacy head. Clear rich bright amber color hazes brown with sediment. Rich Belgian ester front.crisp dreadfully sour dry sweet Belgian ester caramel fruit citrus body. Hot spicy sour refreshing end. Sampled 11/18/2005.

New Belgium Brewing Company--La Folie Sour Brown Ale--Lips of Faith Series--Flanders-Style Reddish Brown Ale Fermented 1 to 3 Years In French Oak Barrels--2009 22 oz. Bottle. 6.00% ABV--10 IBU's? (4.0 / 5.0) Brown Ale--Flanders-Style--Thin fizzy light lace tan head. Clear bright red brown color. Sweet toasted citrus ester mild hop front. Intense sour fruit brown ale hint tangy citrus body. No sediment. Seriously sour tasty refreshing puckery citrus spice end. Very fruity, but good. Sampled 6/22/2009. 1 @ $15.99 Each.

New Belgium Brewing Company--2010 La Folie Sour Brown Ale-Lips of Faith Series-Seriously Sour.This Flanders-Style Reddish Brown Ale Was Fermented 1-3 Years In French Oak Barrels For MouthPuckering Perfection--2010 22 oz. Bottle. 6.00% ABV. 10 IBU's? (3.5 / 5.0) Brown Ale--Flanders-Style. Thin fizzy mild lace light tan head. Clear rich bright dark ruby red color. Ugly sediment dusting at end of pour. Aromatic dark cherry fruit ester sweet sour front. Mildly puckering green apple sour brown oak hint fruity tasty mild CO2 body. Dry crisp clean citrus end. Hard to get past the sourness. Refreshing and tasty. Sampled 7/25/2010. 2 @ $14.99 Each.

Photo of doubleipa
3.91/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 2.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked this up in Nashville. For some reason we only get a few NB beers in Atlanta. Anyway, virtually zero head and what head there was was completely gone in 10 seconds. Strange! Brown, clear appearance. Typically aroma profile for this style except there was a bit of a tawny port aroma. Don't know how old this beer is, but had a hint of age. Not as sour as I would have liked. Really king of generic beer in this category.

Photo of billshmeinke
3.73/5  rDev -12.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into a Perrier-Jouet flute.

One finger off white head. Brown in color with tiny bubbles rushing around. Only slightly opaque. No lacing left behind.

Smell is surprisingly pretty faint. Some sourness and slightly toasted malts.

Lactic sourness, oak, dark berries (raspberries and blueberries).

Medium bodied, high end of medium carbonation, lots of tartness, somewhat dry.

Easy to drink, and quite tasty. Kind of like a toned down Consecration.

Photo of scottfrie
3.97/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Caged and corked 2006 vintage shared by dobby. Thanks a ton. Consumed 6/18/2011.

A: Pours a dark caramel brown with a thin head and few flakes of sediment.
S: Dry, tart cherries, with a big funk character of sweat and old cheese. Smells good.
T: Ultra sour with some notes of cherry skins, acetone, vinegar, musty fruit and slight cheese.
M: This one really got my salivary glands hurting. Whatever I had to eat before I drank this may have played a part, but this one almost hurt it was so sour. Very acidic mouthfeel, very dry.
O: A bit rough to drink but in a good way. I would definitely drink this again. Thanks again dobby.

22oz bottle in flute. 2010 vintage consumed 7/23/2010.

A: Pours a deep ruby red with a thin light brown head that quickly vanished into a fizzy collar around the glass.
S: Notes of dark cherries, acidic sourness, and funky yeast. Wood or oak notes, vinegar and light peach come through as well.
T: Both sweet and sour cherries, tart green apples, sweaty socks, good stinky cheese, unripe peaches and raspberries, and fruit punch. Sweet cherry juice and oak linger on your gums after you swallow. Funk takes a back seat to the bitter sweetness.
M: After the initial shock of the first sip my palate adjusted nicely to the juicy tart flavors. Sourness is rich but a fruity sweetness cuts its way through as well. Medium bodied and extremely dry with fizzy carbonation that didn't last as long as I would have liked.
D: A pretty decent sour beer. Sour and funky to an extent, but not a heavy hitter. Pretty pleasurable to drink. Definitely the best beer by New Belgium that I've found yet.

Photo of Goliath
4.47/5  rDev +4.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

This beer pours a murky dark brown color, ruby when held to the light. A thin half inch light brown head forms on the pour and quickly dissipates.

The aroma is great. There's some nice fruit aroma that's followed by yeast and oak. The dominant note is that familiar sour scent, which is great.

The taste is quite nice. There's a nice sour effect right off the bat. There's some darker grain with some caramel notes and some great fruit notes. Of course the wood shows it's face as well.

Mouthfeel is great. It's pushing full bodied with a nice gentle carbonation bubble.

Drinkability is great. The flavor profile is fantastic and the ABV is easily managed. It's a great beer.

to view all ratings, reviews and sorting options.
Lips Of Faith - La Folie from New Belgium Brewing
95 out of 100 based on 3,466 ratings.