Odell Brewing Now in Montana

Tuesday, June 6th

– Butte –

6pm | Pour House Pub | 90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll, Myrcenary

– Billings –

5pm | Tiny’s Tavern | 90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll

5pm | Bistecca |90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll

Wednesday, June 7th

– Missoula –

5pm | The Dram Shop | 90 Shilling, Odell, IPA, Drumroll

– Kalispell –

6pm | The Brass Tap | 90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll, Myrcenary

– Bozeman –

5pm | Montana Ale Works | 90 Shilling, Odell, IPA, Drumroll

7:30pm | Red Chair Cafe & Bar | 90 Shilling, Odell, IPA, Drumroll

Thursday, June 8th


3pm| Orange Street Food Farm | Sampling 90, IPA, Drumroll, Myrcenary

5pm| Paradise Falls | Pouring 90, IPA, Drumroll


6pm| Casey’s Rooftop | Pouring 90, IPA, Drumroll, Myrcenary

– Bozeman –

6:30pm | Bozeman Taproom & Fill Station | 90 Shilling, Brombeere, IPA, Drumroll​

6:30pm | Pour House Bar & Grill | 90 Shilling, Drumroll

May Charity of the Month: The Growing Project

Charity of the Month: The Growing Project 

9 years ago, a young woman working on her Masters Degree at CSU approached us with an idea: what if we were able to provide healthy, sustainable food for impoverished people living in “food deserts.” Food deserts are defined as parts of the country vapid of fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthful whole foods, usually found in impoverished areas. This is largely due to a lack of grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and healthy food providers. The Growing Project was aspiring to provide Fort Collins the perfect way to endow our community with fresh produce and help insure healthy soil systems which lead to a healthy watershed, and beer made from the best water! We are so proud that we were able to contribute the first ever monetary donation to this amazing agency and have supported its success ever since.

The Growing Project has achieved a permanent home out at Hope Farms and continues to engage our community by utilizing property to grow healthy food, free farmers’ markets/stands to distribute the food to those in need, classes on agriculture and education for food preparation.

On Tuesday, May 2nd, we will host a fundraiser in our tap room for The Growing Project. Please join us at 7:00pm and learn from the farmers, gardeners and committed TGP fans what this group is really all about!

Learn more about their programming. 

Get involved or Donate.


TIP JAR: The FoCo Cafe

Following the lead of Brad and Libby of the SAME Cafe in Denver, Jeff and Kathleen have created FoCo Cafe for Fort Collins: a space to serve food to folks from every walk of life where they feel like they belong, the food, albeit healthy and delicious, almost feels secondary to the ambience in the FoCo Cafe. As a patron, you are given the opportunity to pay what you can, volunteer to be fed or pay it forward (paying what you think is a fair price for your lunch and contributing a little extra for those in need. The food is fresh and tasty, sourced as locally as possible and most is provided through donations from local farmers, The Food Coop, Sprouts and Wholefoods. Through Jeff’s creative touch, he turns these piece-meal offerings into delicious fare not to be missed! On the BEST days, you can even find 90 Shilling Green Chile and at one point he made a cheddar soup with our Loose Leaf, Session Ale; YUM! Please join them for the most pleasant meal in town at 225 Maple Street.

Volunteer at FoCo Cafe.

Donate to FoCo Cafe.

April Charity of the Month: Poudre Valley Community Farms

Poudre Valley Community Farms

Please join us at the tap room this month to help us support our community partner, Poudre Valley Community Farms. Poudre Valley Communuty Farms is, at its core, a land cooperative.  By harnessing the power of member-owner investment and combining it with creative financing techniques such as conservation easements and community partnerships the cooperative buys and owns farmland.  The cooperative leases long-term to local farmers and ranchers at competitive market rates.

The vehicle for achieving PVCF’s mission is a multi-stakeholder cooperative.  First, let’s consider the more familiar but less important parts of PVCF.  Think of a traditional consumer cooperative, like a food co-op, where consumers pool their buying power to purchase products at better prices.  Now think of a traditional producer cooperative, like most farmers’ cooperatives, that pool buying power and access to distributors and consumers to benefit the producer.  Now put the two together and you have an understanding of the LESS important parts of PVCF.

Now consider the third, and MOST important, part of the PVCF cooperative model.  The consumers and the producers contribute capital through their membership dues which is used to purchase farmland.  The long-term access to farmland to produce food is the key to this land cooperative model.


TIP JAR: Loveland Youth Gardeners

Our committee has chosen Loveland Youth Gardeners as the April Tip Jar Partner. Through the month of April, 100% of of our taproom gratuity is donated to this organization.

Loveland Youth Gardeners is a non-profit dedicated to cultivating job & life skills, environmental stewardship and service in youth facing barriers by building healthy relationships with people, agriculture, and community.  Loveland Youth Gardeners has been serving our community since 1996 and offers Youth Education Programs for ages 5-21.  Most of the programs focus on at-risk and special needs students in the Loveland community. They also sponsor Loveland Plant a Row for the Hungry, which provides fresh produce for low-income residents.

Small Batch Fest 2017

Small Batch Festival is back. This event will feature over 50 different beers, live musical performances, and some of Fort Collin’s best food trucks.

Buy Tickets Now

Tickets will be $35 and will get you 2 beer tokens and a commemorative stainless steel cup.
Any additional beers are $5 each. Only 21 and up and no pets please.

 Musical performances by:
A portion of ticket sales will contribute to our $10,000 Small Batch Grant. This year’s recipient is Sproutin’ Up!

Please Do Not Park On the Neighborhood Streets.

Please park in the field north of Odell Brewing.

More Details:

  • All guests must be 21+. Absolutely no exceptions!
  • Parking is limited. Please ride your bike to the event.
  • This is a ticketed event. All tickets are $35 in advance and $40 the day of the event.
  • Tickets include 2 free beers, a commemorative stainless steel pint cup, and live music!
  • No Pets will be allowed during Small Batch.
  • No smoking in festival venue.
  • Re-entry only permitted through front gate.
  • All Backpacks and Bags are subject to search.
  • No outside food or drink permitted. There will be food trucks with food / sodas available for purchase.
  • Free Water will be available in the venue.
  • We will have lemon-limeade and root beer available for purchase during the event.
  • This is a beer only event. No wine or liquor.
  • All beers are 1 token. Tokens are $5 each.
  • Credit Cards are welcome.
  • Limited Merchandise will be available for sale.
  • No tours will be conducted during this event.
  • This event will take place in rain or shine.
  • Overnight parking will only be permitted in upper dirt lot.
  • Please drink responsibly and plan for a safe ride home!

March Charity of the Month: Partners Mentoring Youth

Partners Mentoring Youth

Please join us in the tap room this month as we partner with Partners Mentoring Youth. Partners Mentoring Youth works with community partners to identify youth who need extra support in their community or school, while also seeking caring adults to volunteer as mentors. We create intentional partnerships based on need, shared interests, logistical preferences, and common values. Their mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives.

Proceeds from every Taster Tray sold, for the whole month of March, will help fund the donation to Partners Mentoring Youth. You can also directly support and volunteer with the organization here.


The Jacob Center

Our committee has chosen The Jacob Center as the March Tip Jar Partner. Through the month of March, 100% of of our taproom gratuity is donated to this organization.

The Jacob Center is a private non-profit youth and family service agency founded in 1988 by three social workers. The center works with youth, families, and the community to inspire positive and lasting change. They offer a variety of programs and services such as, respite care, family therapy, and youth coaching.

Learn more and give to The Jacob Center by contacting them here.

February Charity: SPIE Grants (Poudre School District Foundation)

Poudre School District Foundation SPIE Grants








“Creativity is where we start to think differently, and Innovation is where Creativity comes to life” -George Couros

The SPIE Grants through the Poudre School District Foundation are symbiotic of our mission here at Odell including innovation, creativity and collaboration. These grants offer teachers, our boots on the ground, an opportunity to combine their experience and imagination to produce thoughtful ways to engage young minds. Grants have been awarded to 7th to 10th graders to do coral restoration off the coast of Florida, contributed Spanish novels for high school students and provided smart boards for an elementary school to name a few.

Please watch these incredibly moving videos to see the extraordinary teachers and motivated kids that have benefited from these grants.


Tip Jar: B.A.S.E. Camp


We understand that the future of our community relies on the care of our young people today and that affordable care for kids while their parents are working is integral in their success.

“B.A.S.E. Camp’s (Before and After School Enrichment) vision is that our children achieve life-long success. Our mission is to be the choice provider of safe, affordable, accessible out-of-school-times childcare with enrichment services, aligned with the community schools.

Programs are offered to over 3,250 children annually at 33 elementary school sites throughout Larimer County, including a variety of activities and enrichment choices for children in grades K-7. Sliding fees insure that all families can afford our programs with scholarships ranging from 10% to 100%.”

Click to learn more about B.A.S.E. Camp.

January Charity of the Month: First Descents

First Descents

Please join us in the tap room this month as we partner with First Descents, a local organization that offers young adult cancer fighters and survivors a free outdoor adventure experience designed to empower them to climb, paddle and surf beyond their diagnosis, defy their cancer, reclaim their lives and connect with others doing the same. Proceeds from every Taster Tray sold, for the whole month of January, will help fund the donation to First Descents.

You can also directly support First Descents by donating here: http://firstdescents.org/get-involved/donate/

December Charity of the Month: Disabled Resource Services

Disabled Resource Services

Please join us in the tap room this month as we partner with Disabled Resource Services, a local organization that empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their maximum level of independence through services supporting advocacy, awareness and access to their community.

Our mission to serve the community that has provided our success often leads us to reaching out to underserved and marginalized populations. This month in our tap room, Disabled Resource Services is present to share their goals and efforts with our guests and visitors. DRS’ overarching goal is ensuring those in need the ability to locate resources and receive services to stabilize their circumstances in order to accomplish self-identified goals that maximize their independence and improve their quality of life. Mahatma Ghandi said, “the true measure of a society is how it treats its most vulnerable.”

Join us in supporting DRS by donating here: http://disabledresourceservices.org/donate-now/

Dark Days of November


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.