There’s nothing that brings me comfort quite like sitting down in front of a roaring fire, opening a good book, and cracking open one of Odell Brewing’s Isolation Ales. There’s just something about a warm fire and a cold beer that soothes my soul.
Sitting in front of my own fire reminds me of the first time I tried an Odell brew. It was a late summer evening in Fort Collins, CO, my friends and family had decided to take a trip to the brewery to end the day. The night was chilly, and they had their patio firepit roaring while strings of twinkly lights overhead cast a relaxing glow. It’s one of my fondest memories of my time in Colorado.
Now that I’ve moved out of state, I still keep a close eye on the happenings near my favorite haunts. In the last few years, Odell has opened its doors to its community, hosting events, preserving the wonder of the state, and improving their community one charity drive after another. It makes me so happy that my favorite Brewing company takes such an interest in their community, their environment, and the sustainability of their product.
Thanks, Odell for always calming down my hectic days.