Fulton in the News

June 7, 2017

Imperial IPAs aren’t about subtlety, which is part of what makes Fulton’s Insurrection so intriguing. The brewery is typically known for balanced beers instead of over the top styles. But, every brewery makes many beers and they can’t all be the same. What would be the fun in that? While their Sweet Child O’ Vine is a well-blended malt-hop Midwest IPA, their 300 IPA is a West Coast Mosaic showoff. Insurrection takes that Mosaic love to the next level, giving it the Imperial treatment...

May 24, 2017

What’s black and white and red (well, read) all over?

That longtime riddle about newspapers, which brought laughter to schoolchildren for a century, has an updated version. This time the “news” comes in a can of beer — and not simply any kind, but one brewed especially for the 150th anniversary of the first issue of the Star Tribune, in collaboration with Fulton Brewing Co. in Minneapolis...

May 18, 2017

Would you pay $10 for a bottle of beer? How about $20? Brewers are thinking that certain drinkers will. The recent advent of ambitious, complex flavors is placing some beer-makers in the same class as wineries. James Norton, founding editor of the Heavy Table, says that craft beer companies are trying to expand into...

May 17, 2017

A beer with your newspaper? Why not?

Minneapolis-based Fulton Brewing Co. is launching a limited-edition brew, EXTRA! EXTRA! American Pale Ale, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Star Tribune...

May 14, 2017

Minnesota's Fulton Brewing has announced a new pale ale, and it's EXTRA. For more details, see the release below...

May 12, 2017

Fulton Brewing Co., one of the upper-Midwest’s leading craft brewers, today unveiled “EXTRA! EXTRA! American Pale Ale,” a limited-edition brew to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Star Tribune. The beverage will be the star attraction at an invitation-only VIP “First Tasting,” on May 22...

May 11, 2017

The Minneapolis Star Tribune turns 150 later this month. In honor of that milestone, a Minneapolis brewery made a pale ale in the newsroom's honor. In a press release, Fulton Brewing Company's head brewer, Mike Salo, explains how the beer was made. (And he just might have a future in writing if the whole beer thing falls through...

May 3, 2017

Over the past few years, the Twin Cities beer scene has grown astronomically. Yet, somehow, local waistlines seem to be holding steady. How so? One potential reason could be our thriving bike scene, which offers a variety of happenings throughout the year. The Fulton Gran Fondo, a 50- or 100-mile ride that takes cyclists through the city, is one such ride with the promise of beer at the finish line. While the epic Fondo is considered a local rite of spring...

May 3, 2017

This Friday evening, gear up for the Fulton Beer Gran Fondo race and block party with the crew from Chef Camp at the Whole Hog Pig Roast.

Join top chefs (including Chef Camp’s chef-instructors Erik Sather from Lowry Hill Meats and Yia Vang from Union Kitchen) for a Tangletown Gardens pig roast featuring fire-roasted vegetables and a North Mallow s’mores bar. Tickets are $20 and include a Fulton beer...

April 18, 2017

We bought a bottle of Culture Project Two at Elevated for $20, so it’s not really a one-for-one with traditional beer as much as it is a competitor with good wine. Given this price, purchasers would be right to demand a multilayered flavor profile, and they will feel rewarded by what they receive in the glass...

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