“Pairing” with Undeniably Dairy, Fulton Brewing Company,located in Minneapolis, Minn., is working to marry some of their most popular beer varieties with Minnesota’s best cheeses. So far, the brewery has matched some of their craft beers with St. Pete’s select blue cheese from Caves of Faribault by Prairie Farms, whiskey-washed muenster by Redhead Creamery and a savory cheddar from Land O’ Lakes’.
“People think beer comes in one flavor, but there are so many different kinds,” says Fulton brewer, Tanner Luke, in an interview with the StarTribune.“Wine and beer are more similar than people think.”
It’s not just the beer...
It’s been a long marriage between the power couple of wine and cheese. But some Minnesota purveyors think it’s time cheese found a new partner. Namely, craft beer.
Fulton is now offering beer-and-cheese flights at its Minneapolis taproom (414 6th Av. N., Mpls., 612-333-3208, fultonbeer.com) for a limited time. The flight features three winning cheeses from the 2019 Minnesota State Fair, along with three Fulton beers...
Head to Fulton’s North Loop taproom in the near-ish future and you might change your cheesy tune. For the next several weeks, they’ve partnered with Undeniably Dairy to serve special flights of State Fair award-winning cheese paired with their beers, including one brewed just for the lactose-heavy occasion.
NOTHING BUT THE HITS
What's a 10th anniversary without a few celebratory beers to enjoy? And, if you're sharing you best make sure there is enough to go around, right!? It's in that spirit that we are excited to bring back (temporarily!) 3 of our beloved beers from our past for one more go-around. Introducing the Fulton 10 Year "Throwback Pack". Beginning next week you'll be able to pick up these mixed 12-ers chocked full of Fulton hits at wherever you buy Fulton. The chart-toppers include our all-time #1 Lonely Blonde, and Ringer, our highly-repeatable American Pale Ale.
We’ve all heard of wine and cheese pairings, but beer and cheese go just as well together and ironically, brewers and dairy farmers have a lot in common. Both typically come from tight-knit communities and much of their craft is dedicated to sustainability. It’s why the two have teamed up for a fun event happening Thursday, October 2th at Fulton Taproom in Minneapolis. Undeniably Dairy and Fulton Brewery have created Brew + Moo – an event pairing three beers with three winning cheeses from the 2019 Minnesota State Fair...
Hitting the double digits is BIG for local craft brewers, so celebrating the big 10th Anniversary of Fulton Beer this Saturday is worth a few hoists of the stein. Limited edition beers, live bands all day, some throwback surprises and big fun will all be had on the site of Minneapolis' first taproom. HBD kids.
Fulton celebrates their big diamond anniversary by resurrecting some fave brews, drumming up new and tasty Jameson casket-aged offerings, and bringing in a full lineup of music and food trucks. Whether you were there for the first few growlers out of the taproom or have picked up their new hard seltzer line, help them commemorate a decade at the big blowout.
Happy Anniversary to Red Wagon! The Southwest Minneapolis pizza joint is celebrating 5 years in business. Owner and Founder Peter Campbell stopped by KARE 11 today to talk about the big party they are throwing to celebrate.
The Family friendly Cirque-themed event is Sunday, October 6th from 2pm to 7pm at their 5416 Penn Ave S. location.
They will have bounce houses, face painting, juggling, balloon animals, live art from Lizardman and music by DJ Truckstashe.
Oh, and pizza of course.
Specter from Fulton Brewing
This hazy IPA, which includes oats in the mash for a smooth, creamy body and late-addition hops for a tropical, juicy finish, isn’t Fulton’s usual beer. But it’s also unusual in that the beer was brewed for Fulton team member Greg Sincheff, who took his life in 2016 after a battle with depression. To honor him, the brewery initially brewed this beer and called it Grog, which was his nickname. A dollar from every pint sold was donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This time around, the beer has a new name, but will continue to do the same good. Specter is defined as “a visible incorporeal spirit; ghost; phantom; or apparition,” and is intended to honor Sincheff’s memory. The artwork is a sugar skull commonly associated with Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday in which celebrants honor the memory of those who have passed. Regardless of the story, this is a really solid, limited-run beer that I’ll be seeking out until it’s gone.
Fulton Brewing in Minneapolis, Minnesota has announced the date for its 10th anniversary celebration.
The celebration will take place on Saturday, October 5 at the brewery's taproom.
The event will feature multiple beer releases, live music and much more.
The full release from the brewery is below.