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Beer – Basic Information

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COVID-19 Brewery & Taprooms Prevention Plan

The health and safety of our friends and community is of the utmost importance to us. For the time being both of our Fort Collins and Denver Brewhouses will remain open during our regular business hours and will be following recommendations of the CDC to ensure the health and safety of our employees and customers.

  • We are following the CDC recommendations and asking coworkers to wash their hands using high friction, warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds.
  • We are refraining from handshakes, high fives, and hugs with our friends and fans in order to avoid spreading germs.
  • We are diligently communicating and training our teams on health and safety procedures.
  • We are asking team members to refrain from coming into work if they show symptoms of COVID-19 and receive testing for the illness.
  • We’re sanitizatizing high-touch areas (door knobs, sink handles, POS systems, taster trays, etc) every hour.
  • We’ll be wiping tables and surfaces with antibacterial/antimicrobial disinfectant after each use.
  • We are refilling sanitizer dispensers and regularly disinfecting bathrooms and sinks to promote regular hand washing.
  • We will be canceling all public tours until further notice.
  • As this is a fluid situation, you may see adjusted hours or modified operations. We’ll be sure to update our website with changes.

What You Can Do:

  • When washing your hands please use high friction, warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds.
  • Refrain from visiting our taprooms if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Your health and safety are important to us. Stay informed on COVID-19 by visiting the CDC website: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/summary.html

Introducing Year-Round Colorado Lager

Odell Brewing has announced their latest year-round offering, Colorado Lager. Available only in the brewery’s home state of Colorado, this beer will be released in 16 ounce 6-pack cans starting April 4th, with a 12 ounce 15-pack joining the portfolio later this May.

“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,” says Brendan McGivney, COO. “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.”

Coming in at an approachable 5.0% ABV, Odell built their recipe using American hops, Colorado water, and premium malted barley without the addition of any adjuncts. “While the flavors are crisp and refreshing, a well-made lager takes a deft hand. It’s a tricky style to master,” adds McGivney. “Naming the beer after our home state gave it a lot of sentimental weight, and we knew we had to put in the hard work to make something we’d be proud to share.”

While Odell’s brand labels are known for their picturesque Rocky Mountain landscapes, Colorado Lager features a more restrained and cleaner look. “There’s a nostalgia around lagers. We wanted to give a nod back to the classic design but also make sure it fit within the Odell look and feel.” explains Eric Smith, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer.

The design is centered around a red color scheme that borrows from Odell’s leaf logo, and is built out of a pattern of icons that celebrates brewing and the Colorado lifestyle. “From the moment we started talking about this beer, we wanted it to be quintessentially Colorado, a tribute to our history and everything that makes this state a great place to live. The icons gave us a space to tell that story,” added Smith.

For the release of Colorado Lager, Odell is launching two new can packages – a 16 ounce 6-pack can and a 12 ounce 15-pack. “We wanted to explore packaging innovation within our portfolio. The 16 ounce can is perfect for the summer months, and the 15-pack was a natural fit for this style. Both packs offer a new option for our consumers that’s not often seen in our Colorado market,” explains Smith. Colorado Lager will be available across Odell Brewing’s home state of Colorado beginning the week of April 9th.

Odell Brewing Now in Nevada

Monday, February 12th

– Las Vegas –

7pm | Ace & Ales on Tenaya | Enter to Win a Trip to Odell Brewing

10pm | Velveteen Rabbit | 90 Shilling, IPA

 

Tuesday, February 13th

– Las Vegas –

5pm | Lee’s on Flamingo | Odell Sampling

6:30pm | Public School 702 | Rupture, 90 Shilling, IPA, Drumroll

– Henderson –

5pm | Lee’s on Eastern | Odell Sampling

 

Wednesday, February 14th

– Las Vegas –

6pm | Khoury’s | Tree Shaker, Rupture, Jolly Russian, Friek, Bull Proof

6pm | MGM Tap | IPA, Rupture, 90 Shilling, Myrcenary, Wolf Picker

 

Thursday, February 15th

– Las Vegas –

4-6pm | Total Wine on Rampart Blvd | Odell Sampling

4-6pm | Total Wine at Centennial Gateway | Odell Sampling

4-6pm | Total Wine on Las Vegas Blvd | Odell Sampling

6pm | Atomic Bar | IPA, Wolf Picker

7pm | Atomic Bar & Kitchen | Menu pairings with Rupture, 90 Shilling, Bull Proof, Friek

10pm | Sand Dollar Lounge |Sean Hetrick & The Leftovers

– Henderson –

4-6pm | Total Wine at Stephanie Shopping Center | Odell Sampling

 

Wednesday, February 21st

– Reno –

5pm | SixFour Growler | Odell Launch Event feat. 90 Shilling, IPA, Rupture, and Tree Shaker

7pm | Mellow Fellow | Tap Takeover

 

Thursday, February 22nd

– Reno –

4-6pm | Total Wine on Virginia St. | Odell Sampling

5pm | Midtown Eats | Chef pairing with 90 Shilling and IPA

7pm | Pinon Bottle Shop | Drumroll, Rupture, Myrcenary, Friek, Bull Proof

 

Friday, February 23rd

– Reno –

2pm | Mt Rose Ski Tahoe | Odell Romp Ski Giveaway

5pm | Beer NV | Tap Takeover and Odell Romp Ski Giveaway

October Charity of the Month: Colorado Water Trust

CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Colorado Water Trust

Please join us at the tap room this month to help us support our community partner, Colorado Water Trust.  Today, the Colorado Water Trust is the only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to restoring flows on Colorado’s rivers using market-based transactions.

Through their three program areas, Water Rights Solutions, Infrastructure Solutions, and Consulting Services, they facilitate the transfer of decreed water rights into the Instream Flow Program in partnership with the Colorado Water Conservation Board. They also coordinate water-sharing agreements, infrastructure projects, and other creative solutions to restore flows to our state’s rivers.

Learn more about Colorado Water Trust and how you can contribute.

 

TIP JAR: Trout Unlimited/Rocky Mountain Flycasters

 Our committee has chosen the Rocky Mountain Flycasters as the October Tip Jar Partner. Rocky Mountain Flycasters is a local chapter of the national (Trout Unlimited) and state organization (Colorado Trout Unlimited) sharing the same purpose and goals. They currently have over 800 members in the Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, and Windsor area. This group is currently involved in educational, community outreach, and restoration projects. They’re major restoration project is the Eagle’s Nest Open Space. They also clean up the Narrows State Wildlife area, sections of the Poudre River as well as other areas each year.

When you visit our tap room, please be sure to leave your change in the tip jar to help create change for these passionate environmentalists!

To learn more about our Charity of the Month program, visit here: www.odellbrewing.com/philanthropy or email Karla Baise karla@odellbrewing.com

GABF Events

Sunday Oct. 1st

1:30 – 3:30PM | GABF Ticket Giveaway at Viewhouse Downtown

 

Monday Oct. 2nd

5 – 7PM | GABF Ticket Giveaway at Rayback Collective

6 – 9PM | Special Tappings at The Forge Publik House

  • Tapping Randal Infused Drumroll & Barrel Aged Lugene

Tuesday Oct.3rd

5 – 7PM | Brewer Meet & Greet at William Oliver’s

  • Tapping Huckleberry Wild Ale and Barrel Aged Lugene

6 – 8PM | GABF Tapping Party at The Colorado Room

  • Tapping Oktoberfest and Barrel Aged Lugene

Wednesday Oct. 4th

3 – 7PM | Odell ESOP Tap Takeover at Odell Brewing Taproom

  • Special Tappings from other employee-owned breweries – Left Hand, New Belgium, Harpoon, Alaskan, Deschutes, and Modern Times.

5 – 7PM | Can-wood Derby at Ale House at Amatos

 

Thursday Oct. 5th

3:30 – 5:30PM | Odell & Horse and Dragon Tap Takeover at Lucky Pie

  • Collaboration Firkins and special tappings

5-7 PM | Odell & Boneyard Beer Tap Invasion at Road 34

5-7 PM | Beer of the Month Specials at FoCo Buffalo Wild Wings

7-9 PM | Odell & Boneyard Beer Tap Invasion at Tap and Handle

10PM | Late Night Party at Star Bar

 

Friday Oct. 6th

10AM – 1PM | Brewers Brunch at Highland Tap and Burger

  • Giveaways and special tappings

4 – 6PM | Odell & Stone Brewing Tap Takeover at Fresh Craft

  • Photobooth fun and special tappings

5:30 – 7:30PM | Odell & Avery Collaboration Tapping at Falling Rock Taphouse

  • Collaboration Shotgun Blend tapped on site

6 – 9PM | Odell & Lefthand Brewing Tap Invasion at Sloan’s Lake Alamo Drafthouse

  • Bar Games and Beerfest Movie

10PM | After Party at Dazzle Jazz Club

  • Live band, Tap Invasion and food specials

 

Saturday Oct. 7th

2PM | Odell Tap Invasion at Back East Bar & Grill

  • Odell, Victory, Stone, Station 26, and Firestone Walker beer on tap

Rupture – A Fresh Grind Ale

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.

Find Rupture with our Beer Finder across our 15-state footprint : Colorado, Texas, New Mexio, Arizona, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois.

July Charity of the Month: Hearts and Horses

Charity of the Month: Hearts and Horses

Please join us at the tap room this month to help us support our community partner, Hearts and Horses. Hearts and Horses works to promote the physical, cognitive, emotional and social well-being of people with special needs through equine-assisted therapy.

The power of connection between rider and animal creates a fundamental change in the patient. While riding, participants must constantly make postural adjustments to maintain their balance, which in turn increases their overall balance, orientation and body awareness. Other benefits include improved muscle tone, posture, range of motion, flexibility, social skills and emotional well being. In addition, horses provide a non-judgmental relationship, accepting individuals for who they are regardless of physical, emotional or social abilities. 

Learn more about Hearts and Horses and how you can contribute

Tip Jar: Hope House

Our committee has chosen Hope House as the July Tip Jar Partner. This important non-profit represents a too-often overlooked demographic in our greater Denver community: young mothers fighting for the health and sustainability of their families. The team at Hope House has thoughtfully crafted self-sufficiency programs that are tailored to each individual client through programs like their Mentoring Program and GED classes. They address the issue of homelessness through a Residential Program providing a stable place to begin the break from the cycle of poverty.

When you visit our tap room, please be sure to leave your change in the tip jar to help create change for these aspiring young mothers!

 

To learn more about our Charity of the Month program, visit here: www.odellbrewing.com/philanthropy or email Karla Baise karla@odellbrewing,com

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

-Missoula-

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

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

-Whitefish-

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.