Upslope Brewing’s Limited Release Foreign Style Stout Now Available

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  1. Jason

    Jason Founder (8,108) Aug 23, 1996 Massachusetts
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    Boulder, CO (Jan 2013) – Upslope Brewing Company, brewers of premium ales made with all natural ingredients, has just re-released their Foreign Style Stout in cans for the second time.

    Foreign Style Stout was originally brewed in 2009 in honor of Upslope Brewing Company’s first anniversary. After a warm reception from discerning craft beer lovers, Foreign Style Stout became the first beer canned in Upslope’s Limited Release Series. The 6.9% a.b.v. stout is exceptionally smooth with a touch of roast and a hint of bitterness from Upslope’s signature Patagonian hops to balance it out.

    “After great success at retail last year, our decision to offer Foreign Style Stout in cans again this season was a no-brainer,” said Henry Wood, director of sales and marketing at Upslope Brewing. “If you didn’t have a chance to try this ale in years past, be sure to catch it while it available this winter.”

    Upslope Brewing’s premium, filtered ale is handcrafted with natural ingredients, starting with snowmelt. Upslope’s flagship beers include: Pale Ale, Craft Lager, India Pale Ale, and Brown Ale. Upslope proudly packages their beer in aluminum cans because it is better for the consumer, the beer, and the environment.

    To learn more about Upslope Brewing, visit Stay tuned for Upslope-sponsored events and tap room happenings on their Facebook page.

    About Upslope Brewing Company
    Boulder-based Upslope Brewing Company is the creator of premium, filtered ale that is artfully crafted to compliment the outdoor lifestyle. Upslope beer is made with natural ingredients, including snowmelt. The four flagship beers include: Pale Ale, Craft Lager, India Pale Ale, and Brown Ale. Additional installments are offered in a Limited Release Series. Upslope’s beer is packaged in aluminum cans because it is exceptionally portable, preserves the taste of the beer by keeping light out, and it uses fewer resources to pack and ship. In an ongoing effort to protect Colorado rivers habitats, and the key ingredient in Upslope ale, one percent of Upslope’s Craft Lager revenue benefits the Colorado Trout Unlimited. Learn more about Upslope at

  2. southdenverhoo

    southdenverhoo Disciple (347) Aug 13, 2004 Colorado

    drinking one as I type. From Hugo's, 13th & Downing, $9.99/six. Not the cheapest store in Denver, but a good guy owns it & there is an impressive collection of local brews and spirits, and wine too. Emphasis is strongly on Colorado...
  3. chango

    chango Initiate (65) Mar 31, 2006 Colorado

    I had one last night... delicious.
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