Fulton War and Peace bottles debut on February 23rd

fulton war and peace bottle(Minneapolis, MN) – The latest from Fulton Beer Company’s email newsletter…

INTRODUCING “THE GARAGE SERIES”

We fell in love with homebrewing because every Saturday, we got to create an entirely new beer. Most were good, some were great, and others we simply chose to forget about. Homebrewing in first Jim’s and later Peter’s garages eventually lead to the beers our brewery is most known for today: Sweet Child of Vine, Lonely Blonde, Libertine, and Worthy Adversary.

But what happens to beers that don’t make it onto the everyday brewing schedule?

Enter the Garage Series. It’s a home for beers that don’t quite fit in anywhere else. They are some of our brewers’ favorite recipes, and can be experiments, infusions, aged in barrels, imperials…you name it. Garage Series beers aren’t exactly seasonals; instead of being available for a full 3 months at a time, each release will only be available for a brief window each year.

Garage Series releases won’t be on a schedule you’d set your clock to, but you can expect to see one about every other month. War & Peace is the first release of the series, so read on to find out how to get yours.

WAR & PEACE IN BOTTLES FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER

War & Peace is back! And for the first time ever, it’s available in 750mL bottles. For those who don’t know, War & Peace is an Imperial Coffee Stout infused with whole bean Guatemalan Organic Dark Roast from Peace Coffee.

Want some? We’re releasing it on draft and in 750mL bottles at our taproom on Saturday, February 23rd. Bottles are $15 apiece (tax included), and we don’t have a bottle limit, so you can take home as many as you want. Sorry, no growlers will be available.

The following Monday, 2/25, War & Peace will be available on draft and in bottles across the metro. As with all Garage Series releases, it won’t be available for long, so seize the day!

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