Odell Small Batch Festival Returns May 26th

Odell Brewing Company has announced the return of Small Batch Festival (previously known as Small Batch Revival) on May 26th.  This event will always hold a special place in my heart as it was the first event I covered for Denver off the Wagon.  You can read about last year’s festival here.  This year’s party looks to be pretty awesome itself.  Here’s the necessary info from the brewery:

Join us at the brewery, Saturday, May 26th, from 3:00 – 7:00 for beer, music, food, and fun! We’ll have a W-I-D-E selection of Odell beers. Beer tokens are $4 each and good for one beer. Live local music by Musketeer Gripweed, Constitution, and Justin Roth. We’ll also have local food from Moe’s Barbeque, Choice City Butcher, and Cozzola’s Pizza.  We suggest you ride your bike as parking is limited and please leave your dogs at home.

In addition to the aforementioned awesomeness, Odell will be pouring 20 different beers!  They’ve also decided to stock each beer station with at least 3 kegs to reduce the amount of legwork required to grab the special stuff (and so they won’t run out as early).  And just because we love you we’re also going to leak the entire tap list.  Here goes:

  1. 90 Shilling
  2. Easy Street
  3. 5 Barrel Pale Ale
  4. Levity
  5. Cutthroat Porter
  6. IPA
  7. Myrcenary
  8. Double Pilsner
  9. St. Lupulin
  10. Pond Hopper
  11. Ride the Rockies Ale
  12. Extra Special Red
  13. Wood Elephant
  14. Mash of the Titans
  15. Footloose Golden Sour
  16. Kiwi IPA
  17. Oak-Aged Easy St with White Wine Must
  18. Coconut Milk Porter (Firkin)
  19. Unidentified Firkin (really, that’s not the name)
  20. Twitter/Facebook Brew

Looks pretty awesome, huh?  Now if you’re not aware of what #20 is, head over here and cast your vote.  But wait… there’s more!  As a thank you to the community, Odell will be offering a charitable grant to a local non-profit.  Anyone meeting this criteria is encouraged to apply and, if selected, will receive at least $3,000 in proceeds from the event.

Video from last year’s festival:

About Sean Buchan

Sean is a Physical Therapist and Photographer living in (and loving) Denver, Colorado. He enjoys shooting just about anything but his true passion is capturing the craft beer culture here in Denver. If you enjoy his photographs check out Beertographer.

  • Jack

    Can’t wait!  Mash of the Titans and Pond Hopper are two you just must have in order to call 2012 a really good year. See you there!