Fulton Brewery
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3.0 SRM

0.32 BU:GU

15 IBU

Cream Ale

Cream Ale

A clean, well-attenuated, flavorful American “lawnmower” beer. Easily drinkable and refreshing, with more character than typical American lagers.

4.8% ABV

OG:1.047

3

SRM

0.00 BU:GU

0 IBU

Ginger Ale

Non-alcoholic Beer

0.0% ABV

OG:1.040

4

30.0 SRM

0.43 BU:GU

24 IBU

Tropical Stout

Tropical Stout

A very dark, sweet, fruity, moderately strong ale with smooth roasty flavors without a burnt harshness.

4.7% ABV

OG:1.056

5

33.0 SRM

0.61 BU:GU

40 IBU

Baltic Porter

Baltic Porter

A Baltic Porter often has the malt flavors reminiscent of an English porter and the restrained roast of a schwarzbier, but with a higher OG and alcohol content than either. Very complex, with multi-layered malt and dark fruit flavors.

6.7% ABV

OG:1.066

6

4.0 SRM

0.79 BU:GU

41 IBU

New Zealand Pilsner

A pale, dry, golden-colored, cleanly-fermented beer showcasing the characteristic tropical, citrusy, fruity, grassy New Zealand-type hops. Medium body, soft mouthfeel, and smooth palate and finish, with a neutral to bready malt base provide the support for this very drinkable, refreshing, hop-forward beer. Comments: The hop aromatics often have a similar quality as many New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc wines, with tropical fruit, grassy, melon, and lime aromatics. Often brewed as a hybrid style in New Zealand using a neutral ale yeast at cool temperatures. Limiting the sulfur content of the finished product is important since it can clash with the hop character. History: Largely defined by the original created at Emerson’s Brewery in the mid-1990s, New Zealand Pilsner has expanded in character as the varieties of New Zealand hops have expanded in number and popularity. Style Comparison: Compared to a German Pils, not as crisp and dry in the finish with a softer, maltier presentation and a fuller body. Compared to a Czech Premium Pale Lager, less malt complexity, a cleaner fermentation. Similar in balance to a Kolsch or British Golden Ale, but with a hoppier aroma. Compared to any of these German styles, showcasing New Zealand hop varieties with tropical, citrusy, fruity, grassy characteristics, often with a white wine-like character. Should not be as hoppy or bitter in balance as an IPA.

5.5% ABV

OG:1.052

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