Where in the World is Oskar Blues: Brewery expanding internationally to nine countries

Oskar Blues Brewery, the makers of Dale’s Pale Ale, announced an ambitious plan to expand to nine new countries by the end of 2017. The Colorado-based brewery has expanded rapidly in the U.S. in recent years. In 2015, the brewery achieved over 30 percent growth in year-over-year sales and is forecasted to surpass 215,000 BBLS in … [ Read more]

Dale’s Pale Ale goes Broncos blue and orange

[email protected] pirates took over #oskarblues ship & 100k #blueandorange#dpa cans r in Colorado market.#tastyweaselpic.twitter.com/9JZ1dRFNZj — Oskar Blues Brewery (@oskarblues) February 17, 2016 Oskar Blues announced on Twitter today that it changed 100,000 of its iconic Dale’s Pale Ale cans from red and blue to orange and blue in celebration of the Broncos’ Super Bowl 50 win. You … [ Read more]

Oskar Blues Pinner Throwback IPA

Oskar Blues Brewery Pinner Throwback IPA 4.9% ABV, 35 IBU Pinner is a great choice for anyone looking for big flavor and low ABV in a beer. A brilliant golden body and beautifully delicate head is a sight for sore eyes. The nose is big and dank, bursting with citrus and pineapple notes. A bold, … [ Read more]

Oskar Blues G’Knight Imperial Red Ale

Oskar Blues Brewery G’Knight Imperial Red Ale 8.7% ABV, 60 IBU Oskar’s G’Night is a beauty of an imperial red. Really: the shiny mahogany, blood-orange appearance is completely alluring. A thin, off-white layer of foam lies peacefully at the surface and the nose beckons memories of the sweet orange marmalade that topped the plain white … [ Read more]

Cans and Growlers meet in The Crowler

Cans have taken over as the craft beer container of choice. So it makes sense that the can craze should extend that into taproom takeaways in place of those cumbersome 64 oz. glass jugs. Enter the can growler, or Crowler. It’s not the death of the glass growler yet, but options are increasing for other take … [ Read more]

Oskar Blues to Launch in Minnesota at The Beer Dabbler

Oskar Blues, recently named Craft Brewer of the Year by Beverage World Magazine in 2013, is one of the fastest growing craft breweries in the country, but the only way for Minnesotans to get a taste of their beer is to take a trip across the border to states where it is distributed. That is, until … [ Read more]