Fulton Brewery - Culture Project One, Culture Project Two, Insurrection, Pils, Hopstar, Specter, 300[th] Mosaic IPA, Standard Lager, Lonely Blonde, 300, Barrel Aged Libertine, Barrel Aged Proper Porter, Barrel Aged Worthy Adversary, All-City Cosmic Stallion & Barrel-Aged Libertine

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Today we get to see the first release in the Fulton Brewery Culture Project.  This is Culture Project One and it is a red ale aged in wine barrels with Lactobacillus, Pediococcus and Brettanomyces.  This beer will be packaged in 750ml bottles and stay tuned here for release details.   We also have Culture Project Two golden ale aged in oak barrels, Barrel-Aged Libertine imperial red ale (9%-AbV, 750ml bottles), Pils (5.3%0-AbV, 30 IBU, 16oz & 12oz cans), Hopstar session IPA (4.9%-AbV, 37 IBU, 16oz cans), Specter IPA (71.%-AbV, 35 IBU, 16oz cans), 300[th] Mosaic IPA celebrating gameinformer’s 300th issue (6.9%-AbV, 64 IBU, 12oz bottles), Standard Lager (4.5%-AbV, 12oz cans), Lonely Blonde (4.8%-AbV, 12oz cans), 300 Mosaic IPA (7%-AbV, 74 IBU, 12oz cans), Barrel Aged Libertine imperial read ale aged in Bourbon barrels (9%-AbV, 50 IBU, 12oz cans), Barrel Aged Proper Porter aged in Bourbon barrels (6.4%-AbV, 30 IBU, 12oz cans), Barrel Aged Worthy Adversary RIS aged in Cognac  and Port/Madeira barrels (10%-AbV, 81 IBU, 12oz cans), All-City Cosmic Stallion citrus wheat ale brewed with All-City Cycles (5.3%-AbV, 25 IBU, 16oz cans) & Insurrection imperial IPA (9%-AbV, 12oz bottles).imageimage imageimageimageimageimageimage
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