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Odell Outreach and our Charity of the Month Program Charity of the Month: Habitat for Humanity “House That Beer Built” This month we host Habitat for Humanity in our tap room, specifically, The House That Beer Built II. This is a project near and dear to our hearts as it highlights some of the very best components of the craft…

Charity of the Month: SAVA It is the season of gratitude, reflection and light. This month we honor the people in our community that do some of the most difficult and important work to keep the fabric of our society whole and we are so grateful for them. Sexual Assault Victims Advocates provides a safe space for survivors to seek…

Odell Outreach and our Charity of the Month Program Charity of the Month: Project Self-Sufficiency Healthy communities start with healthy families. Each family is unique with its own triumphs and challenges and Project Self-Sufficiency is an amazing organization that gives a hand up to families with only one parent. These parents often do the work of two without the opportunity…

Odell Outreach and our Charity of the Month Program (Photo credit: The Matthew's House https://www.facebook.com/thematthewshouse?ref=br_rs) As we move into summer and plan time to spend with family and friends outside the grind of daily life, it is important to remember that there are young people in our community that are struggling with things that we find easy and attainable. The…

Growing a garden seems like a daunting task, but it does not need to be. It can provide a lot of food for you and your family all while teaching invaluable skills. Our Charity of the Month is Sproutin’ Up, a program to help improve the health of low-income families in Larimer County by reducing barriers and improving access to…

  “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill There are many things we take pride in here at Odell: making each beer better than the last, creating a great place to work, and giving back to our communities. Odell Brewing Company is committed to contributing to the…

Last June, Odell Brewing Co. released Trellis Garden Ale, a collaboration beer with The Gardens on Spring Creek here in Fort Collins, Colorado.  Trellis was brewed with dried coriander, cilantro, rose petals, and pineapple mint giving this double pale ale a unique twist. It was not intended to be potpourri in a glass, but rather a beer composed with herbs,…

As 2103 comes to a close, here’s a little recap of our charitable efforts! Charity of the Month program: Our charitable committee selects 2 great organizations for our charities of the month. Each organization receives a grant and the opportunity to share more about what they do in our Tap Room. We also select another organization that receives our guests’…

In January, Corkie Odell and I met with the lovely executive director of Northern Colorado’s Habitat for Humanity, Kristin Candella, to see how Odell Brewing could partner with them in 2013. It quickly became apparent to Corkie and I just how wonderful the impact a Habitat build is to our greater Fort Collins neighborhood. With a limited budget and resources,…

This summer, eight local craft breweries — Black Bottle Brewery, C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery, Coopersmith’s Pub & Brewing, Equinox Brewing, Fort Collins Brewery, Odell Brewing, New Belgium Brewing, and Pateros Creek Brewing have come together to sponsor and build a Habitat for Humanity home in Fort Collins, the House That Beer Built (HTBB). They have come together to celebrate their collaborative…

We here at Odell Brewing recently brewed a double IPA named Ale for ALS to suport research for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis disease or ALS.  This disease is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease named after the great New York Yankees 1st baseman, Lou Gehrig.  Lou played for the Yankees in the late 1920's and 1930's. Lou died from this disease…

Around here, play isn't a distraction from brewing—it’s an important part of everything we do because it inspires collaboration and creativity. It’s what we put into all our beer. And what we hope you get out of it. What's your secret ingredient? Show us on Facebook.