Dig - New Belgium Brewing
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3/5 rDev -16.4%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3
New Belgium Dig Pale Ale: New Belgium has made it big because of Fat Tire. Fat Tire is not a bad brew. My theory on its success is that is has a catchy name. These days it takes more than a good product to hit it big, branding is key. So where did New Belgium come up with Dig? As a name for a beer, it is pretty poor. Anyway, Dig, despite poor branding is not a bad effort from a drinkability standpoint. Amber in color, thin but persistent head, but not much in the aroma column get things started. Smooth experience going down, almost a dry feeling, with very little aftertaste. Flavor is a balance between malt and subtle hops from start to finish; one never gets in from of the other. In the end, the Dig is a very drinkable beer, with no outstanding qualities, but no shortcomings other than an odd name.
Serving type: bottle
03-27-2012 14:51:30 | More by iSip
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