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New Belgium Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, a Ben & Jerry’s collab launches soon

New Belgium Ben & Jerrys Beer

New Belgium Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, a new collaboration with Ben & Jerry’s is on the horizon in Fort Collins, Colorado. The chocolate-y brown ale initially looks to benefit, or at least create awareness for Protect Our Winters, an organization founded by pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones. The organization seeks to lessen the impact of climate change on America’s snow laden mountains.

When two B Corps come together, delicious ideas are created. Our mutual dedication to using business as a force for good means you get to enjoy this brown ale laden with the chocolatey, salted-caramel, vanilla goodness while helping Protect Our Winters combat climate change. Dig in!

New Belgium Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale will be available in 12 ounce bottles. Ben & Jerry’s is releasing Salted Caramel Brown-ie Ale ice cream to compliment the beer. The frozen flavor consists of New Belgium Brown Ale Ice Cream with Salted Caramel Swirls and Fudge Brownies. 

Style: Brown Ale (w/ Cocoa)
Availability: 12oz Bottles
Release: Early November, 2015

6.3% ABV

  • IJR

    Is this real life?

    • g

      Is this just fantasy?

      • Caught in a landslide…

        • Sean

          To escape from reality,

          • queen

            open your eyes

          • freddy

            Look up to the skies and see

          • Jordan

            I’m just a poor boy

          • I need no sympathy

  • Alchemist

    I am just a poor boy, with no family

  • Eric Carter

    It’s already out in Folly Pack bottles!

  • Charlie Gundlach


    • Eric Carter

      The label reads “Ale brewed with cocoa”. No mention of salt, caramel, or even natural flavors. A little mysterious. Someone should tell them if we eradicate factory farming, the rate of global warming would be cut in half within 7 years.

      • Lysergio

        My eyes rolled out of my head

  • CatzRule1379

    Has anyone else tried this? I have a six pack and while it’s a nice dark ale I don’t taste ANY of the flavours that are supposed to be in there. Pfffft!

    • Robert Fegley

      Yeah, I got a six pack last night and could only discern the vaguest of caramel tastes and a very slight sweet aftertaste. All in all a pretty middle of the road brown ale, and not as good as most New Belgium brews.

      • CatzRule1379

        I DID notice that it’s far better at room temperature than really cold. Really cold and you taste NOTHING.