When you go to the East Coast, you’ll still be able to drink Minnesota-made beer. Fulton Beer is growing, and has plans to distribute in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Florida and New York this year, Fulton wrote on its blog...
Minneapolis’ Fulton Beer has struck a deal with Artisanal Imports that will enable the company to broaden its distribution footprint throughout the Midwest and along the East Coast.
As part of the new partnership, Artisanal, an Austin, Texas-based beer and cider importer, will help broker distribution deals in five states — Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Florida and New York...
To Fulton Brewing founder & CEO Ryan Petz, biking has been an integral part of Fulton since they started the operation in 2009. Back then, Ryan “commuted” to the two-car garage of brewmaster Pete Grande on his bicycle, which is where the idea to foster this unique beer and biking partnership began...
Brian Wahlstrom, manager for Hy-Vee Wine and Spirts, suggests Fulton Beer’s Lonely Blonde, a blonde ale out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. “It would be a good contrast to the spice,” he said. “It’s just a super good beer.” Wahlstrom describes Lonely Blonde as being nice and soft that isn’t as hoppy as some beers and won’t overpower the flavors in the chili.
While Summit and Surly may be the names that come to mind when thinking about the Twin Cities craft beer history, there are a few others that were among the pioneers of the movement. Among them was Fulton Beer, Jason DeRusha and Molly Rosenblatt report. WCCO Mid-Morning – Jan. 27, 2017
Over the last five years, the craft brewery movement has grown exponentially in Minnesota. The Associated Press says licensing records show two-thirds of Minnesota breweries have opened just since 2010. So, we decided to help you – and your livers – keep up with the taproom trend by stopping by some of these Twin Cities brewhouses. Next, Tap Talk chats with one of the original Twin Cities breweres – Fulton Brewery...
Har Mar, along with rapper and punk vocalist/guitarist P.O.S. (founding member of the Doomtree hip-hop collective), and Nato Coles and the Blue Diamond Band, are laying down a rare, ticketed show on Kathy’s Pub’s second floor this Saturday.
Christian Clements, 38-year-old owner of Positive Tuesday, a newly-launched promotion company, instigated the show with help from Fulton Beer. Clements recently relocated to Rochester from Minneapolis.
Fulton head brewer and co-owner Mike Salo really doesn’t like the term “sour beer.” The term is limiting for a broad style of beers that deserve to be appreciated without the preconceived notions that “sour” may instill. Understanding the need for some frame of reference, Fulton aptly describes Culture Project No. One as a “tart red ale inspired by the Flemish tradition.” The beer, brewed with a diverse malt bill and saison yeast, was aged for about a year in cabernet barrels. The result is a delicately balanced, bright, refreshing take on a traditional red ale. Fruity, and with a whiff of barnyard funk on the nose, the most predominant flavors are a heavy dose of ripe cherry and some complex stone fruit. It drinks juicy, but finishes very dry with a bright, green apple tartness. As Mikey Salo says, “Drink it, think about it, enjoy it.”
"It’s clean and crisp with a nice American hop bite. While there were plenty of great beers throughout the year, none were as easy to drink while still being flavorful. Even better, it won't burn you out if you drink pint after pint." -- Ben Brausen, writer, Craft Beer Time