Fulton Beer in Minneapolis, however, took a less conventional approach when the brewery recently unveiled its first variety pack. Instead of stuffing a 12- or 15-pack with core beers, they opted to release a four-pack of barrel-aged offerings. The pack of 12-ounce cans includes an imperial red ale, a porter and two iterations of the brewery’s imperial stout — four very different beers united by time spent in wood.
Fulton Brewing in Minneapolis, Minnesota has announced the release of a new collaboration beer called Cosmic Stallion. Cosmic Stallion is a citrus wheat beer brewed with lemon and lime zest along with a delightful hop bill of Galaxy, Summer and Nelson Sauvin.
The beer is a collaboration with All-City Cycle's Cosmic Stallion bicycle.
Take note, this one’s a two part-er: Fulton’s Gran Fondo celebrates its five-year mark with more beer options, more ride options, and more festivities! Saturday’s 100-mile bike ride winds south past Chaska to Belle Plains and back, dropping bicyclists back off at the production facility for a six-show, eight-hour block party.
The Wild Food Fandango features 14 of the best chefs in Minnesota competing to create the crowd’s favorite wild-themed food dish. Chefs—including Jim Christiansen of Heyday, Matt Bickford of Icehouse, Laura Bonicelli of Bonicelli Kitchen, Scott Pampuch of Fulton Taphouse Kitchen, and many more!
Chef Camp is teaming up with Lowry Hill Meats and Fulton Beer for a limited-run series of skill classes here in Minneapolis. Learn camp-y skills and enjoy some tasty bites served up by camp instructors past and future!
Fulton Brewery is releasing a limited-edition beer the same weekend as its annual cycling festival.
The brewery is partnering with Minneapolis-based All-City Cycles to release the beer, called Cosmic Stallion. Fulton sponsors All-City Cycles' racing team, All-City X Fulton, and the two companies partner together on other efforts, said Tucker Gerrick, Fulton's marketing director.
As you may know, for years now we've been real tight with the homies at Fulton Brewing. They sponsor our local racing team, All-City X Fulton, let us host product releases at their taproom, and generally hook us up with beer whenever we ask. In exchange, we sing their praises and work to ensure that as many thirsty cyclists as possible whet their whistles with a fine Fulton beer.
Heck, even we jumped into the mix, with Fulton Beer Co. releasing our collaborated Extra Extra! Pale Ale last May, in honor of the Star Tribune’s 150th anniversary. So did Game Informer, the video gaming magazine, celebrating its 300th edition this month with a special release of Fulton Beer Co.’s 300 Mosaic IPA.
The issue also includes a photo essay about the guys over at Fulton Brewery, who session more than just IPAs after hours.
Fulton Brewing in Minneapolis has several beers it brews year-round that have lower alcohol content including its popular Lonely Blonde American pale ale (4.8 percent) and Standard lager (4.5 percent).
Last May, the brewery debuted its Hopstar session IPA (4.9 percent) as part of a deliberate strategy to fill a gap with a strong-tasting beer that had less alcohol, said Fulton’s...