You know those epic days that start with an idea, turn into a dare and end with
a great story to tell? This is the beer for those days. Crisp and refreshing like any respectable session ale, but a bit more hop-forward and flavorful than some. Perfect for going with the flow.
The eyes of tradition are upon Odell Brewing whenever they brew their Double Pilsner. But this beer is not just their tribute to the classic Bohemian pilsner – it’s their own craft interpretation of it. Refreshing and delicate yet bold and assertive, its clear golden color leaves nowhere for imperfections to hide but plenty of room for mystery.
A mystical legend echoes in the brewhouse – that of St. Lupulin (loop-you-lin) the archetypal hophead. He devoted endless summers to endless rows of hops, tending to the flowers and the beloved resin within – lupulin. Extraordinary oils in this yellow resin provide this dry-hopped extra pale ale with an undeniably pleasing floral aroma and clean, crisp finish. One sip of this seasonal summer ale and you too, will believe.
Named for Myrcene, a component of essential oils in the hop flower, Myrcenary Double IPA is a tribute to those who revere the illustrious hop, and their unyielding exploit to craft hop forward beers. Brewed with a blend of hops containing the highest levels of Myrcene, this double IPA prevails with a tropical fruit-like flavor, a pungent floral aroma, and a clean getaway.
Not quite a stout but definitely no lightweight, Cutthroat Porter is smooth and robust. Inspired by the classic London porters, dark roasted malts were used to create a deep, rich color and flavor that hint at chocolate and coffee. Odell named it Cutthroat Porter as their tribute to the Colorado state fish - with its own rich heritage and unmistakable dark coloring. And while they're big fans of small batches, here's to the currently threatened Cutthroat population reaching mass quantities.
They took the traditional IPA, originally shipped from England to India in the 1700’s, and made it bolder and more flavorful – American Style. Odell
Brewing added new varieties of highly aromatic American hops to create a distinctive bitterness profile and an incredible hop character.
Odell introduced 90 Shilling, their flagship beer, at their opening party in 1989. For a while, they’d 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. The name 90 Shilling comes from the Scottish method of taxing beer. Only the highest quality beers were taxed 90 Shillings. A shilling was a British coin used from 1549 to 1982. We think you’ll find this original ale brilliantly refreshing, and worth every shilling.
The distinctive hop character of Odell Brewing's 5 Barrel Pale Ale is due to the extraction of essential oils from select hops. They treat 5 Barrel Pale Ale to an infusion of fresh whole hop flowers in the Hop Back and the Fermentor, as well as four hop additions during the kettle boil. They like how this gives the beer a fresh, lively flavor and aroma.