In stores now…but not for long.
After what felt like an eternal wait, our fall seasonal, The Libertine, is available in bottles for the first time ever. We spent all of last week hand bottling them, two at a time. This release marks Fulton’s first foray into 750 mL bottles, which we hear is the same size as a bottle of wine — though we think The Libertine packs more enjoyment into a $10 bottle than wine ever could.
Unfortunately, our production schedule meant that we were only able to bottle a very limited amount of Libertine this fall. So, you’ll only be able to find Libertine bottles in select liquor stores for a limited time. It will sell quickly at most stores, so it’s not possible to keep a running list of which stores have it in stock at any given time. If you’d like a bottle, we suggest calling your favorite store and asking if they have it or if they will be getting it in. If they don’t, please be understanding of them and of us – we’ll try to make more next year! In the meantime, Libertine will also be available on tap around town and in growlers at the brewery through November.
Ever feel like you just need a pint of real ale? We do too, which is why we’ve arranged a lineup of casks for your imbibing pleasure this week. This coming Friday, 10/26, Grumpy’s Downtown will be tapping a cask of Libertine at noon. Meanwhile, Grumpy’s Northeast will be pouring a cask of Ringer starting at 4:00. Both Grumpy’s locations do a great job of cooking up some good appetizers to pair with your cask, some come hungry and thirsty. Lastly, every Thursday is Cask Thursday in our taproom. Stop by anytime after 3:00 this Thursday for cask conditioned Ringer.
We love beer, and we love dinner, so it stands to reason that we really love beer dinners. If you share this sentiment, you may want to join us at Stout’s Pub in St. Paul at 6:00 on Monday, November 12th. The chefs at Stout’s will be preparing five courses to pair with Lonely Blonde, Sweet Child of Vine, The Ringer, The Libertine, and War & Peace. To pick up a ticket, stop by Stout’s or call them at 651-789-8888.