Dark Days of November

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Welcome to the dark side of craft beer and the Dark Days of November. We’re offering a special taster tray of our favorite and limited dark beers. Check out the line up and stop in at the tap room for a taste.

Nitro Cutthroat Porter

Everything you love about Cutthroat but with a silky, creamy finish.  Smooth, robust and inspired by classic London porters. We use dark roasted malts to create a deep, rich color and flavor that hint at chocolate and coffee.

3 C Stout Chili Chocolate Cinnamon Stout

Warning! This beer has some major kick to it. You will also pick up hints of chocolate, vanilla and cinnamon. The heat comes on a little later and will stick around to remind you who’s boss.

Sweet Prince Coffee Milk Stout

A big, balanced, sweet milk stout with locally roasted coffee. We added just a hint of vanilla to really “tie the room together.” We think you’ll agree that nothing about this beer is “over the line.” So stay, finish your coffee.

Mountain Standard Black IPA

We brew this one with hand-picked hops on Colorado’s western Slop. The assertive American hop profile and roasted malt character balance perfectly with just a touch of bitterness.

Charlie’s Udder Bourbon barrel aged Lugene

Since we will be retiring Lugene for 2017, we wanted to give this crowd favorite a proper send off. We took the last batch tried a few different things:

The first-last batch of Lugene was aged in bourbon oak barrels. This triple chocolate milk stout is rich and smooth flavor with hints of smokey wood and syrupy sweetness.

3 Teets to the Wind Stranahan’s Barrel Aged Lugene

We took the rest of the Lugene and let it rest in Stranahan’s whiskey barrels. You’ll find it rich and full bodied, with notes of molasses and dark chocolate liquor. Sure to knock the socks off any stout lover.

 

 

November Charity of the Month: Project Self-Sufficiency

Project Self-Sufficiency

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Please join us in the tap room this month as we partner with Project Self-Sufficiency, a local organization which helps enable single parents to achieve economic independence while building healthy families.

Corkie Odell, mother of four and owner/founder of Odell Brewing Company, understands first-hand what it takes to successfully balance work and family. Corkie is also a former board member and ongoing advocate of Project Self-Sufficiency.

We are so proud to support this outstanding organization that offers single parents the opportunity to improve the circumstances in their families’ lives.

If you’d like to donate, please visit:  http://www.ps-s.org/Pages/DONATE.php

Second Wind

second-windSecond Wind is new to the Odell Brewing cache of partner agencies and we are thrilled to kick off our relationship by hosting them on our November tip jar where 100% of of our taproom gratuity is donated to their organization. They provide an important service to our community’s youth by overcoming financial or social barriers to connect young people with critical mental health care. They provide kids at risk of suicide with up to 12 sessions with a licensed therapist in their network. Their goal is to provide hope and healing.

For more information on our Charities of the Month program, you can reach out to Karla Baise at karla@odellbrewing.com