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The Lonely Blonde wears a delicate fragrance of German noble hops, and slips a touch of white wheat between American pale and crystal malts for a smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head. Crisp carbonation slinks the Lonely Blonde quickly away, and you’re left with nothing but a slight lingering sweetness as you contemplate how The Lonely Blonde can be so beautiful on so many levels. 4.8% ABV


Generous quantities of CTZ and Glacier hops are added throughout the boil. Then, late in fermentation, we infuse the Sweet Child with another dose of Glaciers, imparting a bouquet of hop aroma that veritably bursts forth upon serving. But don’t let all this talk of hops mislead you. The Sweet Child has a serious malt backbone to stand up to all those hops, creating a delightful balance that will keep you coming back for more. It’s an IPA, Fulton-style. 6.4% ABV


Originally brewed as a one-off in celebration of the 300th batch at our original downtown Minneapolis brewery, this West Coast IPA was so well received we had to make it available year-round. It's built on a base of Pilsner malt and heavily hopped with Mosaic, one of our favorite -- and unfortunately nearly impossible to procure -- hop varieties. At 74 IBU and 7% ABV, 300 is pure hop candy.

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What do you get when you take everyone's favorite American Blonde Ale and add refreshing lemon flavor? SUMMER IN A CAN. Thirst quenching and perfect for a hot summer night, or afternoon...or first thing in the morning when needed. 4.9% ABV

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Fulton Hop Water

Sparkling water with natural flavors.

Zero alcohol - Zero carbs - Zero sugar

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For all those times when you're looking for something that's cold, crisp, light and a totally refreshing fruit-filled flavor explosion. Those times call for Fulton's new Hard Seltzer. Brewed with cane sugar and real fruit. OH! One more thing, it's gluten free! 5% ABV

These are the annual beers offered by the brewery. To view the seasonals, visit their website

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