Odell's Isolation Ale, completely last year. By the time that winter had arrived, it had vanished from the stores!
As the owner of a small Pueblo liquor store with a good craft beer selection put it, "Beer is like clothes these days. They sell the fall line in the summer, and by fall, it's gone."
This year I timed it right. They seem to have switched to cans. Oh well, I can still pour it in a glass — except when there is firewood to split.
The liquor store owner says it might last through November. Then it's time for the spring seasonals, apparently. Time is out of joint.
November 03, 2019
July 22, 2014
|This is the building, except it is painted white now.|
Now, the name is back — as a microbrewery with new owners but the old recipe, says Pueblo Chieftain columnist Anthony Sandstrom.
Follow the link for lots of great photos from the old days of the company.
The Walter Brewing Tap Room, located at 126 Oneida St., near D St. and the Pueblo Police Department offices, had its soft opening in June and plans a grand opening in September, [co-owner Andrew] Sanchez said.I went by today — the sign in the window said OPEN but the door was locked. Eh, start-ups, whatever. Have to try again later.