Left Hand Brewing Company continues its history of innovation in the nitro space with the debut of Belgian White Nitro.
At 4.8% ABV, this beer combines notes of orange peel and coriander with the silky style of nitro, the brewery reports.
“Belgian White Nitro is a testament to our relentless pursuit of innovation, flavor and quality,” says Eric Wallace, Left Hand Brewing Co-founder and CEO. “It combines the timeless Belgian White Ale tradition with the smooth, velvety creaminess of nitro, resulting in an entirely new drinking experience. It will redefine your expectations of nitrogenated beers as the majority of nitro beers in the market are stouts or porters.”
This new brew has been in development at Left Hand for the past 18 months, led by Head Brewer and former American Homebrewers Association Director Gary Glass.
“At Left Hand we’ve always been on the forefront of nitro innovation and regularly explore new recipes and flavors to pilot,” says Glass. “Belgian White Nitro offers people the refreshing and familiar flavors of a Belgian-style wheat beer enhanced with the addition of nitrogen. The result is a beer that pours with a cascading effect, creating a silky mouthfeel like no other. We’re very proud of this beer and are excited for others to experience it.”
This new release is now available on draft at Left Hand’s Tasting Room in Longmont and full-service restaurant, and bar Left Hand RiNo Drinks & Eats in Denver. It’s available in 6-packs of 12-oz bottles in select markets, and will be widely distributed across Left Hand’s 46-state footprint in early 2024.
Find Left Hand beers at lefthandbrewing.com/beer-finder.