Founded in 1989 in Fort Collins, Colorado. Odell Brewing was started by Doug Odell, his wife Wynne, and his sister Corkie. Twenty-three years later, the culture of family and collaboration still thrives, fostering a brewery full of beer-centric people. It is this passion for beer that inspires Odell Brewing to create quality, hand-crafted, innovative brews. In 2010 the brewery completed their fourth expansion, adding a wood-aging cellar, a 750 ml bottling line, and a 76 kilowatt photovoltaic system capable of providing 25% of the brewery’s peak energy demand.
As a regional craft brewery, Odell Brewing is committed to serving the communities in which they distribute by sourcing local raw materials, and through their charitable giving program known as Odell Outreach. The brewery’s tap room is open Monday through Saturday and offers limited release pilot brews, live music on Wednesdays, and daily tours.
ABV: 6.5% IBU: 50
The Rocky Mountain Goat is no ordinary goat. Just like Odell Red is no ordinary red. We took the American style red to a whole new level by adding a variety of aggressive American hops giving this ale a distinctive fresh hop aroma and flavor.
We think you’ll agree this red has some serious kick.
ABV: 5.3% IBU: 27
Odell introduced 90 Shilling, their flagship beer, at their opening party in 1989. For a while, they said they had been wondering what would happen if they lightened up the traditional Scottish ale? The result is an irresistibly smooth and delicious medium-bodied amber ale.
Easy Street Wheat
Light and refreshing, Easy Street Wheat is an unfiltered American-style wheat beer. Leaving in the yeast gives the beer a nice, smooth finish and a slightly citrusy flavor. Easy Street Wheat gets its name by brewers “taking it easy” and not filtering the beer. However, for ultimate enjoyment, we encourage you to work just a little harder in pouring it: pour 2/3 of the beer into a glass, swirl what’s left to stir up the yeast, then pour the rest and enjoy.
ABV: 7% IBU: 60
Odell took the traditional IPA, originally shipped from England to India in the 1700′s, and made it bolder and more flavorful – American Style. They added new varieties of highly aromatic American hops to create a distinctive bitterness profile and an incredible hop character.