New Releases at Colfax Ale Cellar

New Beer Releases
at Colfax Ale Cellar

Let’s just say that Jim’s been busy. We have a number of new beers on tap and in bottles — come by and check them out!

Reynard and Chicorica-BA are the newest addition to our line-up of bottled beers ready to go — great stocking stuffers! Reynard is a classic Belgian-style sour Flanders Red ale, blended from fresh Red ale and Red ale aged in American Oak for 1.5 years, this sour ale is lightly acetic and full of tangy, fruity pie-cherry flavors.

Chicorica Barrel-Aged 2019 is this year’s reward for those who enjoy pursuing pleasure in simple things. Belgian-style Golden Ale, a classic style with fruity flavors, mild tropical aromas and spicy peppery notes, aged for six months in Colorado Whiskey barrels. Making this ale special and rare, an annual celebration, refermented and conditioned in the bottle.

Raton Red is the base beer for our Belgian-style Flanders Red Sour, but you won’t get that from drinking it. This ale is more in line with an Irish Red, amber-garnet in color with a faint tan head made from Vienna, Munich and English Pale and Cara malts, American, French and Czech hops. At 5.5% it is crisp, lightly sweet and grainy. Enjoy this drinkable Red in historic downtown Raton!

Let’s face it… the week before Christmas is usually hectic. So come to The Cellar with dreams of vacationing in the tropics and enjoy a pint of our Raspberry Wheat!

Happy Holidays! And Thank You for enjoying our beer with your family and friends — we appreciate You!
-Karen & Jim

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