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Rupture was born out of our obsession with getting the most out of each and every hop. In fact, we built a machine in our brewery so that we could grind hops fresh.  And what we grind that day we use that day. Leaving you a beer that’s fresh, aromatic, with a bright hoppy character. https://youtu.be/C2mESGa1o2Y Find Rupture with our Beer…

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…

Cans play an important role in the outdoor lifestyle we value at Odell Brewing. Now, our fans have a more convenient way to enjoy the taste they love. This week, we released our first ever canned beer in our home market. (Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, Missouri, Minnesota and Wyoming… they’re heading your way next!) “Some…

Hop harvest season is in full swing! It’s a special time of year where hops, one of our favorite ingredients, are harvested for brewing. At Odell Brewing Co., we get hops from a variety of places. Some of these are stored away for future use while others come right off the bine for brewing. What kind of hops do we…

When you feel the winds change and see the clouds roll in, you know something is coming. That something is Russian Pirate. Dark as night and thick as the raging sea, this beer is full of flavor! We chatted with the man in the cellar our Barrel Aging Manager, Brent Cordle, to get a closer look at this unique 13.3% Russian Imperial Stout. Q: What was the…

We caught up with Brewhouse manager, Bill Beymer, to discuss our latest Cellar Series release Piña Agria. Here's what we learned: Q: What was the inspiration behind Piña Agria? A:  Our Resident Engineer, Matt Bailey, dreamed this one up more than two years ago.  He had a feeling the pineapple fruit would work well with the sour brewing process so he…

Inspired by our small-batch pilot system, the Roots Release series honors our experimental brewing roots and invites Odell Brewing fans to sample some of our favorites. Each Roots Release can be found in our Montage Variety Packs, which change every season. The Winter-Spring Montage Variety Pack will include three each of 90 Shilling, IPA, Runoff Red IPA, and our newest Roots…

On Dec. 10, the Odell Brewing Co. maintenance team assisted with the installation of eight new fermentation tanks, increasing fermentation capacity to a total of 4,800 barrels. The 400BBL stainless steel tanks will sit alongside the eight tanks that already exist on the west side of the brewery. The project, which also includes electrical work, plumbing, and tank cleaning, is expected to…

On Nov. 18, 1989, Odell Brewing Co. sold its first keg of beer in Fort Collins, Colo. Just one day prior, Boulevard Brewing Co. opened its doors in Kansas City, Mo. and sold a keg of its own. Though the two were 650 miles apart, a lasting friendship began with those first kegs. Twenty-five years later, founders John McDonald and the…

A toast to the future Odell Brewing Co. founders celebrate 25th anniversary with co-workers, friends When Doug and Wynne Odell moved to Fort Collins from Seattle in 1989, they had an 18-month-old daughter, a rented grain elevator, and a dream. Twenty-five years later, Odell Brewing Company produces craft brews like 90 Shilling and Cutthroat Porter in 11 states and the U.K.…

Fall is just around the corner, and with it comes a seasonal favorite: Oktoberfest. Odell Brewing Company is looking forward to sharing its version, created by Head Brewer Bill Beymer and the rest of the brewing team. He chatted about the concept and the final product in this month’s Brew Q&A. We can smell the malt and bratwursts already. Q:…

More than 30 years ago, Old Chicago opened its first location in Boulder, Colo. with a simple goal in mind: serve handmade pizza and craft beer to each of its guests. Today, they're focus has broadened to include more locally-brewed beer than ever before. Enter Daniel Imdieke, Old Chicago's new manager of beer operations. Imdieke has spearheaded the effort to…