Odell Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA makes a 2019 appearance this month in 12-ounce cans.
3000 pounds of pureed Colorado peaches take a leading role in Odell Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA. This limited release Imperial IPA is big on both citrus and peach flavors. It may not be spring, but the brewery brews something that reminds you of warmer days.
Tree Shaker is an Imperial Peach IPA. Brewed with local peaches for a subtle sweetness, this Imperial IPA has roots right here in Colorado. Familiar citrusy hop notes balanced with sweet local peaches give this style a playful little shake.
The first taste of Tree Shaker can be had Friday, January 11th. Look for 12-ounce cans and draft in distribution shortly after.
Odell Cloud Catcher Milkshake IPA is set to debut later this summer.
The currently unofficial style of beer known as the “milkshake India pale ale” is basically a hazy IPA plus lactose, a milk sugar. Most milkshakes have vanilla beans and fruit also added.
Fort Collins, Colorado based Odell Brewing is slated to release Cloud Catcher Milkshake IPA this August. The hop forward, smooth IPA is purported to feature flavors of “creamsicle and peach”, although the label artwork doesn’t mention the addition of any fruit.
Our fabled Odell Cloud Catcher roams the sunset, sweeping up every stray Cumulonimbus. She has one mission: to capture the key ingredient to our hazy, smooth Milkshake IPA. Hop-forward with notes of creamsicle and peach, it delivers a citrus-like burst alongside its velvety texture. Her risk is your delicious reward.
Odell Cloud Catcher will be available in 12-ounce cans and draft in August, according to the brewery’s website.
Fort Collins, Colorado-based Odell Brewing is adding Utah distribution at the end of May. The brewery has signed distribution deals with General Distributing Co., and Golden Beverage.
Residents can expect 90 Shilling, Odell IPA, Drumroll APA, Rupture Fresh Grind Ale, and Myrcenary Double IPA in state stores, bars, and restaurants, while 4% alcohol by volume Loose Leaf Session Ale will be available in grocery and convenience stores.
“Utah and Colorado not only share a border, but also a lifestyle. Living out west, we play on the same rivers and explore the same mountain ranges. With a growing population and a community that appreciates craft-beer, we are excited to share our beer with our neighbors.” – Ryan Bogart, Regional Sales Manager.
Special launch events are planned in Salt Lake City and Park City.
Utah is the brewery’s 17th state of distribution.
A namesake for their home state, Odell Colorado Lager debuts in cans in April.
The Fort Collins, Colorado-based brewery has been working on this recipe for a year now. In May the recipe will be found statewide. The 5% alcohol by volume lager features American hops, Colorado water, and barley – no adjuncts (like corn).
“Colorado Lager has been in the works for well over a year now. After countless test batches on our pilot system, we’re thrilled to share our interpretation of the style with the fans in our home state. It’s a style we love to drink, and we think there’s a place for a lager in the craft beer lover’s fridge.” – Brendan McGivney, COO.
Odell Colorado Lager is available in 16-ounce cans and draft starting in April. Look for 15-pack, 12-ounce cans starting in May.
Availability: 12oz Cans, ado Lager16oz Cans. Draft. Year-Round.
Debut: May 2018
Odell Brazzle Sour Golden Raspberry Ale has reappeared at the brewery again today.
The base beer is a golden ale, soured in oak barrels used for Odell’s Woodcut offerings, with multiple wild yeasts for a full two years. 300 pounds of raspberries are looped into the process before and after the bacteria and yeasts do their thing.
This beer just bursts with fresh raspberry aromas that really burst with each sip as well. There’s a subtle tartness in the finish that is both playful and attention-grabbing. All in all, this truly is a biological beauty of a beer. Drink fresh, in the sun, and if you have them – friends.
“We used golden raspberries to brew with, which gives this sour a touch of sweetness. There is also a bright, tart fruit and citrus flavor that comes through. The sour acidity plays well with the raspberry flavor. This is a very unique sour, and WELL worth the wait!” – ” Barrel Aging/Pilot System Manager, Brent Cordle. “
Odell Brazzle is available in 750ml bottles and draft.
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Odell Brewing is adding Nevada distribution with the assistance of Breakthru Beverage.
Nevada is the 16th distribution state in the brewery’s footprint. Breakthru Beverage distributes Odell Brewing in Colorado and launched the brewery’s lineup in Illinois in 2017.
“Nevada is a state on the rise, and they have a culture all their own. With a growing population and economy, it’s made up of so much more than the strip. We knew it was the right place for us to bring our family of brands.” – Ryan Bogart, Regional Sales Manager
Odell Brewing will launch cans and draft of its flagship 90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll APA, Rupture Fresh Grind Ale, along with seasonal offerings like Tree Shaker Peach IPA and Wolf Picker Pale Ale. The brewery’s specialty Cellar Series beers like Friek, a Raspberry & Cherry Sour Ale, and Bull Proof Bourbon Barrel Stout will also be available.
As the summer of 2017 winds down, a new beer is emerging in Fort Collins, Colorado – Odell Rupture.
A special flourish in the brewing process is what makes Odell Rupture so unique. Sure, you’ve heard of whole flower hops added to the boil, or used in dry-hopping. Odell does something a little different in this brewing process by grinding the whole flower hops minutes before meeting beer.
The brewery actually uses a mix of pellets and whole flower hops in their brewing processes. The biggest hop aromas came “rupturing” the lupulin in the whole flower hops in a grinding process. The brewery loved the result so much, they installed a hammer mill to aid in the process.
“By grinding the hops, we unlock an unparalleled amount of hop aroma. We built the recipe around highlighting that aroma, letting the hops take center stage without overwhelming bitterness.” – Brendan McGivney, COO
Odell Rupture is now available year-round in 12-ounce cans and draft.
Availability: 12oz Cans. Draft. Year-round
Debut: Late August 2017
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