Odell Brewing Releases Tropical Fruit Sour

Odell Brewing Releases Tropical Fruit SourFrom Odell:

Fort Collins, CO. - Odell Brewing has released their latest from the Cellar Series, Onolicious, a Tropical Fruit Sour.

With a blend of tropical fruits, Onolicious has an intricate flavor profile with powerful aromas of passionfruit, mango, ripe guava and sweet tamarind. Soured with Odell’s own home grown mixed culture, Onolicious balances the funk of brettanomyces with the clean tartness of lactobacillus.

“We wanted to create something with a deep, complex flavor found through the careful blending of a number of different fruits, including tamarind, which is seldom used in brewing,” explains Brewer Marni Wahlquist.
Coming in at 6.5%,
Onolicous will be available in very limited quantities as a single 12oz bottle across Odell’s 18-state distribution footprint.

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About Odell Brewing - Odell Brewing is a regional, independent, and employee owned craft brewery. Since 1989, the culture of family and collaboration has thrived, fostering a brewery full of beer-centric people. It is this passion for beer that inspires Odell Brewing to create quality, hand-crafted and innovative brews. Odell Brewing is committed to providing exceptional service to its customers while making positive contributions to their co-workers and community through its outreach and charitable giving programs. Odell Brewing was named the “Best Medium Sized Company to Work For” in Colorado in 2015 and is the 22nd largest craft brewery in the United States.

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