Winter isn’t over yet, but Fulton Brewing Company has helped us see the light at the end of the tunnel. Today their spring seasonal, Expat, is back in the Fulton Taproom pouring in $5 pints and $13 growlers.
Expat was Fulton’s first production beer fermented with a yeast different than their typical house ale yeast. This beer features a mix of rye, French saison yeast, and Sterling hops, which give it a twist on the classic saison. Expat is crisp, dry, and has a pronounced spicy character that pairs well with many types of foods.
Expat will be available in bars & restaurants across the metro area throughout the spring. It will not be at liquor stores at it is on draft only this year.
Farm-Share CSA Sign Ups
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) season is on it’s way, so hurry and sign up for a CSA to get your organic spring and summer goodies. Fulton Brewery and Tangletown Gardens are partnering up this spring to bring organic produce to homes all over the Twin Cities. Sign ups for a full share or half share are available on Tangletown’s website, via mail, or by picking up a form at the Fulton taproom.
Fulton’s downtown brewery is one (of many) pickup locations for Tangletown Garden’s CSA. This year, pickups will be on Wednesdays from 4–6pm. Don’t miss out on fresh and local produce, the deadline is March 15th!