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...
While Fulton’s core beers have been packaged in aluminum for over three years, its burgeoning barrel program remained in the familiar 750ml format – but not anymore. Fulton Brewing has decided to introduce their first-ever mixed four-pack that features four different creations from their barrel-aged program. It’s a unique twist on the standard variety pack, especially considering the immense variety of flavors you’re getting with four unique barrel-aged beers.
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.
Fulton Brewing out of Minneapolis, Minnesota has announced a new format for its barrel-aged beers this year. Instead of debuting them piecemeal throughout the year in large-format 750-ml bottles, the brewery is releasing mixed four-packs of cans, which will showcase all the brewery's barrel-aged offerings at once in easy-to-drink and easy-to-transport containers.
By Britt Johnsen – Staff reporter, Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Mar 16, 2018, 2:22pm
Minneapolis-based videogame magazine Game Informer's April edition will be its 300th issue, and to honor the magazine, Fulton Brewery has released limited-edition six-packs.
The 300 Mosaic IPA beer will be sold in packs featuring art inspired by one of five covers of the magazine...
Since most of you live in Minnesota, it’s always good to start with a local brewery when entertaining new friends. Fulton is pretty much a household name thanks to Sweet Child of Vine, Lonely Blonde, and a slew of other delicious beers. But you’re making new friends, you can’t go with just any Fulton beer. This Brett IPA is something special...
Game Informer is partnering with Fulton Brewery in Minneapolis for a special release of the brewery’s 300 Mosaic IPA in conjunction with the 300th issue. To commemorate the 300th issue, limited edition six-packs will feature art inspired by one of the magazine’s five collectible covers.
Game Informer is partnering with Fulton Brewery in Minneapolis for a special release of the brewery's 300 Mosaic IPA in conjunction with the 300th issue. To commemorate the 300th issue, limited edition six-packs will feature art inspired by one of the magazine's five collectible covers.
Besides celebrating this achievement with a party we've put on with Fulton brewery, we also commissioned five beautiful covers that celebrate some of gaming's finest works and eras by artist Greg Semkov. We chose our covers on a number of factors, including giving classics that we never did a cover story on a chance to grace the cover of Game Informer as well as picking genre-diverse titles in order to present the rich breadth of gaming. The four games chosen four special covers are Red Dead Redemption, Minecraft, Metroid, and World Of Warcraft. The fifth cover is a both a callback to the original magazine design from 1991 as well as a thematic piece of art intended to capture the enthralling experience of falling in love with the world of video games for the first time.