I have super mixed feelings about New Belgium, I'm not a fan of all but one of their six pack beers, and to be completely honest, Fat Tire is one of my most disliked brews. It's one of those, like, one-toe-in-the-water microbrews, like Anchor Steam and Red hook. Whenever I force myself to take a sip of one as a matter of principle, I'm confirmed in my unabashed hatred. ON THE OTHER HAND, their Lips of Faith series has a couple of winners. Their La Terroir dry-hopped sour is one of the most interesting brews I've had in a long time! I had it last night and was simply blown away. It was kind of like an Imperial Gueze with a ridiculous dosage of amarillo dry hopping - when I popped the top, some of the most singularly funky hop aroma I've ever experienced smacked me in the face. Their Vrienden in the Lips of Faith Series was good-to-great as well. And the one six pack I kind of like is their 1554 Belgian black ale, that can be nice from time to time. I think the best Canadian brewery goes to these guys, Brasserie De Du Ciel http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1141, who while very expensive make some truly great stuff! Their Aphrodite stout easily is among the best I've ever had.