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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for September 1, 2017

September 1, 2017

•Colorado-based Odell Brewing has released a new year-round brew, Rupture Fresh Grind Ale. Taking its name from its production process in which whole-flower hops are ground up on-site at the brewery moments before being added to the beer, Rupture is at 6% abv and is rolling out across Odell’s 15-state footprint. Odell is the 27th-largest craft brewer nationwide, according to the Brewers Association. Its core lineup also includes 90 Shilling Amber Ale, IPA, Myrcenary IPA, Drumroll Pale Ale and Loose Leaf Session Ale.

•Minnesota’s Fulton Beer is extending its distribution footprint with several new states. Fulton has launched in Kansas through sales and marketing agent Artisanal Imports and distributor World Wide Beverage. Entries into New York, Florida and Pennsylvania are slated to follow the Kansas debut. Founded in 2009, Fulton is known for its Sweet Child of Vine IPA, as well as Lonely Blonde ale, Mosaic-hopped IPA 300, and Standard Lager.

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