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Isolation Ale Green Chili

As the air cools and winter begins to show itself, we yearn for our Isolation Ale, a warm cabin, and some hearty chili. Odell Brewing Company’s Corey Odell incorporates the traditional winter ale into her pork green chili, creating a spicy treat for the snowy days ahead.   Isolation Ale Pork Green Chili Ingredients 3

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A toast to the future

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

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Brew Q&A: Oktoberfest

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

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Game Day 90 Shilling Cupcakes

Football season is among us! At Odell Brewing Co., we celebrate one of our favorite sports with one of our favorite beers. This year, we decided to showcase that beer – 90 Shilling – in a cupcake recipe by Raspberry Eggplant. Behold, chocolate-90 Shilling cupcakes with caramel buttercream and crushed pretzels. One bite will have you

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Brew Poetry

We love to share our beer with friends. And sometimes, those friends thank us by posting photos of the beer on Instagram, accompanied by short poems expressing their gratitude. Thus, brewer Kevin Bosley shares these 10 photos and poems from his pals in California. Thanks for the love!   There once was a man named

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Beyond the Brews

Beyond the brews Odell Brewing Company’s Wellness Committee extends efforts to promote healthy living through hikes, fun runs and on-site activities Sometimes, there aren’t enough hours in the day to enjoy all of the activities Colorado has to offer. Lucky for us, we work in a place that serves some of the best craft brews

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Guest Brewer: Daniel Imdieke of Old Chicago

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

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S’mores Dip + Cutthroat Porter

They’re ooey, gooey, and have become a staple at any campsite: s’mores. That’s great news for summer weekend treks to the mountains, but we’re often left yearning for the dessert sandwiches after a typical weekday meal as well. That’s why, in celebration of National S’mores Day Aug. 10, we decided to share this s’mores dip

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Pilot Brew: Peel Out Banana Nut Brown

One of the perks of working for a brewery is getting to make beer. To be clear, I have no experience brewing and never thought it would be something that I’d ever have the opportunity to try. I worked as a teacher prior to becoming the marketing and communication coordinator for Odell Brewing Company earlier

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The Hops Project

When Odell Brewing Company tap room manager Kailey Schumacher asked brewer and agronomist Scott Dorsch to plant some hops around the brewery, he complied. “I would pretty much walk on hot coals if she asked me.” Summit Plant Laboratories, Inc. of Fort Collins donated the plantlets to OBC, and Dorsch planted them in June. Currently,

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