31. Fulton 300
300 was initially a one-off in celebration of Fulton’s 300th batch in 2013. Now they produce over 29,000 barrels a year, and they’ve been forced to grow into a second production facility in Northeast. Through all the growth, 300 has remained, eventually becoming a year-round offering. The key to 300’s appeal is the way that it harmonizes the roasty, sweet richness of the Pilsner malt with the resinous pine of the Mosaic hop. That kind of balance never goes out of style, and this West Coast IPA persists as a reminder of Fulton’s first high-water mark.
25. Fulton War and Peace
Most people who start the novel War and Peace don’t finish it. Like the Tolstoy masterwork it’s named for, Fulton’s War and Peace imperial coffee stout is an undertaking. Brewed with whole dark roast Peace Coffee beans, this is a well-fortified 9.5% bomber that goes down contemplatively. But unlike the Russian novel, there is no satisfaction in finishing a bottle of War and Peace. When you’re done, you’ll wish there was a sequel. Good news: There is. A special cacao-infused variant is available in Fulton’s Mixed Coffee four-pack.
Fulton Brewing in Minneapolis, Minnesota is joining the ranks of hard seltzer producers.
The trendy hard seltzer line of beverages for active-liftestyle drinkers have spread throughout craft beer, with Fulton being the newest brewery to enter the realm.
Mixed 12-packs featuring Blood Orange, Berry, Grapefruit and Lemon Lime flavors are available in the Minneapolis metro area (with planned expansion throughout the year)...
Grapefruit Lonely Blonde from Fulton Brewing: More than a few of my girlfriends, without my help, have discovered this totally tasty beer and mentioned it to me, one of them even declaring it “the beer of the summer.”
Fulton took its money-making flagship, the beer that’s on tap everywhere, and added grapefruit juice and zest to it. I love the idea of Lonely Blonde as a base beer for adding flavors, because I believe the reason for its popularity is that it’s just a really neutral beer.
The grapefruit here is just enough to make it extra refreshing, but not enough to make it taste like juice. If this is the beer of the summer, it’s gonna be a good one, friends. Look for it in retail shops everywhere.
May 18: Though flooding made planning dicey, the sixth annual Twin Cities Burger Battle will go on as planned. It will be Harriet Island’s first outdoor event of the season. More than 20 local restaurants cook up their best burger and compete for votes from event-goers and judges. Proceeds benefit the Sanneh Foundation, which empowers underprivileged youths. The event has raised more than $60,000 for the foundation. Tickets include unlimited sampling, and beer from Summit and Fulton breweries. The event is for those 21 and older. $60; 5 to 8:30 p.m., Harriet Island, St. Paul; more information, including a link to buy tickets, go to tcburgerbattle.com
Hard seltzer has spiked in popularity over the past few years and this year, several Twin Cities breweries plan to make some of their own Amelia Santaniello reports (0:55). WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 19, 2019
I love the North Loop. Personally, I’ve always considered Minneapolis’ Warehouse District to be underrated, which is a shame, considering the wealth of hidden and not-so-hidden gems this neighborhood contains. One such gem is the venerable taproom champion Fulton.
Fulton Brewing in Minneapolis, Minnesota has announced the release of a fruited variant of its popular year-round beer Lonely Blonde.
Lonely Blonde is a crisp and refreshing Blonde Ale, and its grapefruit variant is brewed with grapefruit puree and "dry-zested" with grapefruit zest.
The full release from the brewery, which also includes information on a new mixed 12-pack, is below.
I grew up in Minnesota but currently live in Chicago. This means that I often fly back to Minnesota for family occasions and holiday gatherings. The sub-hour long flight has just enough time for one round of drink service in the cabin. Typically, I opt for whiskey or plain water given the lack of craft beer offerings on most airlines. Now, that might all be changing. A few weeks ago, Minneapolis-based Fulton Brewing announced that Sun Country Airlines would be offering their Lonely Blonde Ale on flights for the first time...
Sun Country Airlines is adding alcohol from two Minnesota companies to its in-flight offerings.
Beginning March 1, Fulton Lonely Blonde and Prairie Organic gin and vodka will be available to the Eagan-based airline's passengers.
"We are proud to add these great brands to our menu and to offer guests a taste of Minnesota when they fly with us," Brian Davis, Sun Country's Chief Marketing Officer, said...
Fly local, drink local.
That’s the take-home message in Sun Country Airlines’ new onboard drink options: Fulton Lonely Blonde and Prairie Organic gin and vodka.
The easy-drinking beer from Minneapolis-based Fulton and the cocktail-ready booze from Princeton-based Prairie Organic Spirits will appear on the Eagan-based airline’s in-flight alcohol offerings beginning today.