This sensory getaway transports you to a corner bodega with our friends at Funky Buddha in South Florida to recreate the flavors you’d find in a Cuban guava pastry. Championing the big, bold flavors that both of our breweries are known for, we brewed an imperial cream ale, adding lactose and vanilla to impart sweet, custard-like ribbons, and guava for filling its conceptual authenticity. It’s a collaboration that’s equal parts inspiration and admiration.
Nearly black in color, (512) Pecan Porter is made with Organic US 2-row and Crystal malts along with Bairdâ€™s Chocolate and Black malts. Its full body and malty sweetness are balanced with subtle pecan aroma and flavor from locally grown pecans. Yet another true Austin original!
Please welcome to the family… (512) THREE Belgian Style Tripel! Brewed in the spirit of the abbey ales of Belgium, (512) THREE pours a deep golden with a dense, creamy white head. The authentic Belgian yeast strain produces a complex, spicy palate that balances ripe fruity esters with bready malts and firm but subtle hops. Our house-made liquid invert sugar contributes an effervescent mouthfeel that finishes smooth and silky but enticingly dry, barely betraying its nearly 9.5% abv!
(512) Double Pecan Porter is a robust porter accented by organic Texas-grown roasted pecans and subtly enhanced by aging in recently emptied oak whiskey barrels. Notes of chocolate, coffee and pecan marry with the subtle flavors of vanilla and whiskey to make this a wonderful warmer worth sharing and savoring. We sincerely hope you enjoy every sip.
We think the worst is behind us now that our 2nd anniversary is here, only to find ourselves in The Terrible Twos. Hide the matches, buy some padlocks, say a prayer and stock up on 2017 Big Mistake: an Imperial Stout aged in bourbon and rye whiskey barrels from Yellow Rose Distilling in Houston.
An American India Pale Ale; orange nectar with a frothy white head; light malt body; seriously chocked full of hop flavor and aroma with notes of grapefruit, peach, & honey. A hop head's soused hallucination.
7-Iron doesn't necessarily fit a certain style, but we like to think of it as a hybrid between a blonde and a pale ale. Less bitter than a pale ale, but all the mad smells that you demand in your life. On hot days, at work or play, this is the beer you go to when you need out of the rough. Clean, neutral fermentation profile allows Vienna malts and Mosaic hops to shine through. The distinct berry/citrus character of Mosaic is present but reserved. Combined with a lower alcohol content, this beer is flavorful, refreshing, and supremely sessionable.
A well balanced, full flavored, amber ale. It has a rich, malty body with a pleasant caramel character derived from a specialty Caravienne malt. A complex hop aroma, with a hint of floral and citrus comes from a combination of Cascades and Liberty hops. It has a rich, creamy head with a fine lace. The light fruitiness, characteristic of ales, is derived from a proprietary yeast strain. Saint Arnold Amber Ale is our flagship product and our first official brew, best consumed at 50 - 55° Fahrenheit.
Art Car IPA is an American IPA featuring a blend of both new and old hop varieties from the Pacific Northwest. The nose is a blend of apricot and tropical fruit and mango. The taste starts with a big bitter blood orange that morphs into mangos and sweet tropical fruits. There is a lightly sweet malt body that allows the hops to shine while there being a nice complexity to the flavors.
Austin Amber was inspired Austin theaters, those community spaces that celebrate the creativity of music, film, art and independent-minded people. Austin Amber is a true original with its blend of toasted malt flavor balanced by American hops. It's smooth and laid-back. No need to pack your bags, just sip back a cold Austin Amber and enjoy. Malt: 2 Row, Pale Chocolate, Crystal Blend Hops: Nugget, Cascade Yeast: American Ale (Chico)
Brewed for tap walls overrun with the white noise of West Coast IPA's, here’s an offering so exotic, you’d think it was from another world. Like its namesake before it, the axis deer of Southern Asia, so too has this species (beverage?) of hop-forward animal magnetism come to invade the landscape of IPA’s that have long held sway over the taps of Texas’s finest watering holes. Tropical fruit, citrus, and a pale golden body, help keep this breed light on its feet. And with few natural predators there is little anyone can do to stop the spread. IPA may not have been born in Texas, but it will soon seem as native as the sky that stretches between its borders.
The clean, dry lagers of Vienna provide inspiration for our soft body with a depth of malty richness and aroma. Small additions of noble hops gently balance characteristics of the malt. Cold fermentation and conditioning assure a beer with a clean finish, showcasing the interplay of the malt and hops. A beer of fine malt character and subtle hop nuance, it is accessible, smooth, and satisfying.
Do blondes really have more fun? Our blonde ale most certainly does. This light and thirst-quenching ale is bolstered with fresh blueberries before and after fermentation resulting in a delightful blueberry aroma and flavor that will remind you of fresh blueberry muffins.
Bomb! is an imperial stout aged on Nordaggio's espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla beans, and ancho chile peppers. All the flavors meld to create a truly unique beer. The peppers add just the right amount of heat to complement the intense coffee and chocolate flavors.
American Red highly hopped with Chinook, Southern Cross and Mount Hood hops, balanced by English and American crystal malt. Aggressive late hop additions produce abundant pine, citrus & spice notes while American & British crystal malts provide a layer of sweet, dark fruit. Our red ale is a welterweight with the impact of a heavyweight champ.
We don't know what's up with all the demons showing up in front of Sunset Grill, but we are happy to help exorcise each and every spawn of Hell. After breaking the spirit of one particularly viscous breakfast sandwich, we brewed a batch of Undead Party Crasher, aged it 100% in rye barrels, then added Kalledevarapura Espresso from our friends at Barrington Coffee Roasting Company.
This is the award-winning original American brown ale, first brewed as a holiday specialty, and now one of our most popular beers year-round. Northern English brown ales tend to be strong and dry, while southern English brown ales are milder and sweeter. Brooklyn Brown Ale combines the best of those classic styles and then adds an American accent in the form of a firm hop character and roasty palate. A blend of six malts, some of them roasted, give this beer its deep russet-brown color and complex malt flavor, fruity, smooth and rich, with a caramel, chocolate and coffee background. Generous late hopping brings forward a nice hop aroma to complete the picture. Brooklyn Brown Ale is full-flavored but retains a smoothness and easy drinkability that has made it one of the most popular dark beers in the Northeast.
Based loosely on the Smokestack Series’ The Sixth Glass, this abbey-style quadrupel is separated into a number of oak bourbon barrels where it ages for varying lengths of time, some for up to three years. Cherries are added to make up for the “angel's share” of beer lost during barrel aging. Selected barrels are then blended for optimum flavor. The resulting beer retains only very subtle cherry characteristics, with toffee and vanilla notes coming to the fore.
Traditional Vietnamese coffee and cacao nibs to the fermenter, melding the roasted, deep cocoa flavors of this French-derived coffee style with the silky mouthfeel and mocha flavors of a milk stout. Rich flavors and notes of chicory make this wild hybrid smooth as suede and as robust as robusta.
This eclectic beer has an amber color and warm rich flavor that lingers. It's brewed with caramel malts with Saaz, Willamette and Cascade hops. This Belgian Bock is as rich, warm, and unique as Pierre Celis, the man who first made it.
Combining the bright flavor of vine-ripened raspberries with the original Celis White, Celis Raspberry is a smooth and herbaceous addition to the Celis collection. The raspberry flavor balances the wheat beer’s light body and adds the crisp tartness of fresh fruit. With floral notes of honeysuckle and the tang of plump berries, Celis Raspberry will remind you of summer all year long.
Tune in and hop out with New Belgium Citradelic. Set adrift on a kaleidoscopic wave of hoppiness brought to you by a mystical marriage of Citra hops and tangerine peel, which elevates each sip onto a plane of pure tropical, fruity pleasure. Citradelic’s namesake hop and fruit combine to jam with visions of additional hops like citrusy Mandarina Bavaria, tropical Azzaca, and fruity Galaxy for a colorful explosion that’s grounded by just a touch of malty sweetness. Bored by the status quo? Expand your palate with a pour of Citradelic. Hops - Nugget, Crystal, Centennial, Azzaca, Cascade, Citra, Chinook, Galaxy, Mandarina Bavaria, Simcoe. Matls - Pale, Caramel 120. Tangerine infused orange peel.
Convict Hill Stout pours a deep obsidian color with a thick, creamy head. Flaked oats create a rich, creamy body that tempers the bitter roasted barley flavors of this robust, heady ale. The name Convict Hill Stout was inspired by Convict Hill in southwest Austin, where limestone was quarried for the Texas capitol building. Malt: 2 Row, Roasted Barley, Chocolate, Flaked Oats. Hops: Nugget Yeast: American Ale (Chico)
Cranberry & blackberry – stripped of all other nonsense. Crackberry is a perfect pairing of flavors tart and sweet, joining forces to create a colorful, well-balanced cider. Frankly, we’re over the moon for it.
Crimson, formerly released as Malefactor, is an American take on a Belgian Flanders-style Red Ale. Upland’s twist on this classic brewing style is aging the beer for eight months in previously used bourbon barrels rather than white oak, which contributes to a slightly higher ABV than most Upland sours, clocking in at 10%. Crimson pours a dark copper beer with hues of red and amber. Long fermentation reveals aromas of plum, red wine and cherry. The bourbon barrels add subtle notes of charred dark oak to this medium-bodied sour ale. Crimson finishes dry with notes of tanginess.
Straw yellow pour with crisp lemon, grape must and orange zest aromatics. Medium high carbonation keeps it clean drinking with medium pine resin bitterness mid-taste. Slight fresh cut grass and lemon rind character on the finish.
Dammit Jim, I'm a beer not a bourbon! This beer used to be called Bellows. With a primarily German malt bill, Dammit Jim! is hopped like an American Pale Ale resulting in a refreshing blend of malt and tropical hop flavor and aroma not typically found in ambers. Show Less
This clean, malty ale has a robust flavor with fruity, plum aromas. The carbonation balances the moderate sweetness from the malt, resulting in a dry and smooth finish. It pairs great with savory foods like barbecue, rich stews, grilled meats, and dark chocolate cake.
Aged in port wine barrels, this year’s release of Darkest Hour returns for winter solstice full of stone fruit, dark plum, cherry, and black currant. A fortified wine aroma smites sweet roasted malts with tannic berry. Simple flavors of tobacco, coconut, and chocolate have charred the wildland.
This is a strong, amber lager (8% abv). It has a fluffy white head with a bready malt aroma and a rich body that leaves you with a warming feeling. This Double Bock style dates back over a century when Monastic brewers knew it as "liquid bread." Beware . . . it’s deceivingly smooth and delicious.
Named for a winding stretch of Hill Country highway, Devil’s Backbone is a Belgian-style tripel. Featuring a beautiful pale-golden color, this ale’s spicy hops and Belgian yeast work together to create a distinctive flavor and aroma. Don’t let the light color fool you, this one has a dark side too. Traditional Belgian brewing techniques add strength without increasing heaviness. Find one near you, or better yet, take a road trip out to Blanco. We promise the views (and the brews) will be well worth the drive.
A tip of our hat to the foamy suds once served at the Astrodome, this Houston classic Cream Ale is a pre-Prohibition style brew that is light, crisp, and easy drinking. Whether it's the big game or the big chill, Dome Faux'm is your personal championship beer.
A music collaboration of epic proportions with The Flaming Lips, this lip smackingly tart pale ale is brewed with dragonfruit, yumberry, passion fruit, pear juice and black carrot juice for an explosion of fruit in every sip!
A straightforward malt body supports the distinctive bouquet of Columbus and Falconers Flight hops that impart citrus, grapefruit and pine notes characteristic of the West Coast style. F5 is a belligerent hop reckoning.
25 years ago we started brewing Fat Tire Belgian Style Ale. It became an iconic beer, and a symbol synonymous with craft. Now, for the first time, we’re adding a new beer to the Fat Tire family: Fat Tire Belgian White. Taking inspiration from our decades of experience brewing Belgian beers, Fat Tire Belgian White is made with Seville oranges and Indian coriander, both freshly ground less than a mile from our Fort Collins brewery. It’s a fresh, perfectly sweet, natural tasting Belgian White. Malts: Pale, White Wheat, and Oats Hops: Nugget and Cascade Yeast: American Wheat Ale Yeast
Named as a tribute to our good friends (and bad ass bike makers) at Fireman Texas Cruzer and because it was the fourth year-round beer we created, Firemans #4 is our most popular and best-selling beer to date. With an ever-drinkable balance of smooth malt and zesty hops, this refreshing blonde is perfect on a hot day or paired with spicy food. It’s no wonder why so many Texans love it. Take one for a spin at a watering hole near you and, if you’re looking for an awesome bike, we invite you to check out Firemans Texas Cruzer at firemansbikes.com.
Originally brewed to celebrate the brewery’s 16th anniversary, and wildly popular as a seasonal release, Four Squared lives on in our year round lineup to quench the thirst of both the hop beginners and the most ardent hop heads. Lighter bodied and not too bitter, the balance of Four Squared leans heavily towards its dry hop component, a combination of Crystal, Amarillo and Mosaic hops that brings a brightness to the hop flavor and won't weigh you down. Save the resin and dank for your IPA, this beer is all about the tropical, juicy citrus that grabs you from the first sip. Dry and refreshing, bright and fruity, Four Squared keeps you coming back for more.
By adding rose hips to the boil and fresh raspberry puree at the end of fermentation, this kettle-soured beer is a mélange of flavors and aromas. With a light ruby hue, subtle raspberry fruit notes greet the nose and fall soft on the palate; tangy, hibiscus-like flavors mingle with the salty tartness of gose to create a uniquely complex and refreshing drinking experience.
Our Brown Ale gives a nod to the Northern English Brown style. However, since defeating the English in 1783, it is analogistic that the American version be stronger to reflect on England's vanquishment. Gentleman's Relish uses Maris Otter malt as the base, augmented with dark crystal and chocolate malts. Whole cone English hops are used throughout the boil, imparting their characteristic smooth bitterness. The beer is named after an Englishman's favorite snack, an anchovy paste, typically eaten on toast. Tasting notes: dark brown with a thick creamy head; chocolate-caramelly-nuttiness yields to a clean hoppy finish. It makes one almost wish that the English were still here to share a pint of this fine brew...almost.
To celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we had our Confectionery Lab whip up an extra special treat, German Chocolate Cake! What better way to commemorate such an occasion, than to create a bold cake-like beer to complement our #1 selling brand, Buffalo Sweat. GCC is a stout with mouthwatering aromatics and delicious notes of toasted coconut and sweet milk chocolate. Cheers to you, because without, we couldn’t have been a success over the past decade. Be sure to have your cake and drink it too, while supplies last!
An old style that is making a comeback, this sour wheat beer is brewed with coriander and salt giving a slight pucker while remaining very refreshing. Historically, wild bacteria would work alongside yeast to give this beer its sour quality. We have isolated the best components of this kind of fermentation and used it to create a clean tasting sour with just the right amount of bite.
Bright and sweet malts are balanced with a generous portions of Columbus, Golding, and Fuggle hops in this Imperial IPA, with a bit of honey added just before fermentation. Tones of caramel stand up to the strong, but pleasant hop finish and high ABV to create an IPA for all to enjoy.
The Guayabera shirt is well known for its four over-sized pockets. The human being is notable for opposable thumbs on her two hands. When these two notable forces team up, they collectively provide space for an entire six pack of beer. Guayabera Citra Pale Ale is a remarkably sessionable brew and you will want to wear the proper attire to facilitate bringing along a few extra cans.
Gulf Coast Gose - (Goes-ah) is a refreshing, tart, slightly salty, citrusy indulgence. This historic style originated in Germany along the Gose River in 1740. Gose is brewed with toasted coriander, sea salt, sour malt, and wheat. Our unique Gose changes with the season. Our current Gose is brewed with cranberries, sour apples, and oranges. This beer pours pink and finishes tart and slightly briny. 5.6% / 39 IBU / 8.1 SRM
As we start our next decade of brewing, we are getting back to our roots and reviving a series of "original recipe" brands. The first installment in our REVIVAL LAB is Half Pipe Sour Pale Ale! This American Pale is kettle-soured and generously dry-hopped to balance tartness with the bright hop character and aroma. Whether you're dreaming of the vibrant sunny days of yesteryear, or living in the moment of today, this unique blend of contrasting styles will bring you together with friends, family and beer nerds alike.
This IPA is brewed with Cascade lupulin powder (hop hash). A new technology extracts the resins and oils from the hop flower into a very concentrated powder. This hazy, juicy IPA really showcases the flavors and aromas the hop hash can produce. We will definitely be experimenting with this one more in the near future.
Modeled after the classic wheat beers of Bavaria, Hefeweizen is cloudy and straw-colored with a meringue-like head that lingers to the bottom of the glass. Brewed with an ample volume of wheat malt and few hops, this beer features a unique yeast strain that produces harmonious notes of clove, banana, and vanilla throughout this effervescent brew. A traditional interpretation of a classic style, this idiosyncratic Bavarian beer is perfectly at home here in Texas.
We partnered with our friends at High West® Distillery to create a barrel-aged version of Ballast Point Victory at Sea, our award-winning Imperial Porter with cold-steeped coffee and vanilla. From a blend of Ballast Point Victory at Sea aged in High West’s own bourbon & rye whiskey oak casks, new layers of complexity emerge with notes of soft caramel and smoky oak over a dark chocolate and roasted almond body. High West crafts delicious and distinctive whiskeys to honor the American West, making it the perfect pairing with our signature San Diego-born porter.
GYO is Rogue Ales term for Grow Your Own. Situated just across from 40 acres of Rogue hops, 7,140,289 honeybees are carefully kept and fed and the honey is uncapped, extracted, filtered and finally infused into a refreshing Honey Kolsch.
West Coast style India Pale Ale that combines 6 malts and 6 hops with additional dry hopping for three weeks. It takes about a month and a half to make each batch and we think it is worth the wait. Hints of pine and citrus with a powerful, yet balanced hoppy flavor, Hopitoulas packs a punch that you won’t forget.
Most people are familiar with India Pale Ales and West Coast IPAs, but now it's our turn to brand that cattle. And that cattle's name is Hopston. This hoppy brew is approachable and balanced; enjoyable year round and perfectly suited for the hot Texas summer. You're welcome and, yes, you may have another.
Our Cryo IPA utilizes a new method of processing hops known as lupulin powder or Cryo technology. Dry hopped with Ekuanot, Citra, and Mosaic hops, the result is an IPA with bursts of citrus and melon aroma, upfront bitterness, a medium body and balanced finish.
Jai Alai, a game native to the Basque region of Spain, is played on a court called a fronton. Jai Alai players attempt to catch a ball using a curved mitt whilst the ball travels at speeds up to 188mph! Proving they have a sense of humor the Spanish dubbed this game, with its ball traveling at race car speeds, “the merry game.” Tampa was once home to a bustling Jai Alai fronton but sadly all that remains of Jai Alai in the Tampa Bay area is this India Pale Ale that we brew in tribute to the merry game. The India Pale Ale style of beer has its roots in the ales sent from England to thirsty British troops in India during the 18th century. Pair Jai Alai India Pale Ale with beef empanadas, deviled crabs, and other spicy dishes.
Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee beans are grown in the fertile soil of some of the highest Caribbean peaks, making it one of the most prized gourmet coffees in the world. This rare coffee uses lightly roasted Arabica beans to create subtle acidity and a well-balanced chocolaty finish. With the help of local roaster, Mostra Coffee, these 100% Blue Mountain beans were sourced from the renowned Mavis Bank Coffee Factory in Jamaica. Carefully roasted and cold-brewed, this coffee is the perfect complement to our award-winning Imperial Stout.
Lawn Ranger is session ale with a solid malt character from the US 2-row, Rye, and Flaked Oats. Rye and Oats are not typical ingredients for a cream ale but they allow us to keep the alcohol low and still provide a some body to the beer. We use a minimal blend of Apollo and Bravo hops to balance the malts and German Alt yeast. This is the one to drink during the Texas summers.
An aroma of pine, honey and citrus enhances the fresh, luscious stone fruit and tropical hop flavors of Liberty Lunch IPA. It's grounded with a middle malt backbone and spicy hop notes. Subtle honey notes bring it back together to roll gently off the palate. A most crushable IPA. Malt: 2 Row, Munich, British Crystal Hops: Citra, Lemmondrop, Mosaic Yeast: American Ale Yeast
We've finally teamed up with our friends at Pizza Port Brewing Co., one of our favorite breweries in San Diego. When deciding what to make, we figured something excessively hoppy was the logical choice, and so this collaboration brew was born. This triple IPA is an intensely hoppy and bitter San Diego-style India pale ale. The light malt character and light body allow aggressive notes of pine, mango, and citrus fruits to overtake the palate, while a dry finish allows it to remain crisp and refreshing. Make the Logical Choice and enjoy this beer immediately, much like the brewers did leaving work to enjoy it in sunny San Diego. Cheers!
Mandarina Bavaria, Citra, Hallertau Blanc, Lemon Drop and Eureka hops collide together to form Mandarina Jolie. Her orange color fills the glass with a dank-but-subdued bitterness. Hints of citrus and tropical fruits fill the mouth with a delicate finish, leaving you wanting more. This IPA is ripe for the drinking'.
A hoppy full-ﬂavored ale similar to an American IPA in hop aroma and ﬂavor, but without the perceived bitterness. Mexican Key limes have been added to accentuate the citrusy aroma from the American hops while balancing the bitterness with the sweetness of the Key limes. Lime peel is also added to create a more complex citrus character. This is a new, inventive style of beer, the Mexican IPA. 5.6% / 39 IBU / 8.1 SRM
Tracing its origins back to Sir Francis Drake and a favorite of Hemingway, the mojito has long been associated with the heat. Havana Nights is our interpretation brewed with spearmint and lime for a nice refreshing summer libation. No scurvy here.
This easy drinking beer pours a rich copper color. It pours clear with a light tan head formed with tiny bubbles. The aroma is a pleasant blend of breadcrust, nuttiness and a hint of caramel from the malt. The noble hop aroma gives a slight earthy or woodsy character to the beer. Tasting this beer is a blend of the breadcrust, nuttiness and a hint of fruitiness, caramel and woody characters. They all clear out to a crisp finish with moderate bitterness.
This is not your average IPA. From the incredible nose, to the amazing finish, this IPA is one that both session drinkers and beer nerds alike will love. We’re full on board the hopwagon with this big American-style IPA. However, it is not designed to blow your head off with overpowering hop bitterness. Instead, Mosaic IPA is an extremely well-balanced brew that showcases its unique hop aroma and flavor. This beer gets its name from a new hop variety named “Mosaic,” which is predominantly where the immense, raw hop aroma and flavor is derived. Mosaic IPA has a noticeable malt backbone to help soften the high level of hop bitterness and flavor, while keeping the body fairly light. The word "Mosaic" is also representative of the diverse range of individuals that make up our community. It's perfect in every way!
Ginger, lime, refreshing; all the good things you’d expect from the cocktail of the same name. We started with a light, sour base beer and then loaded it up with tons of fresh ginger and lime zest. All that is missing is the copper cup.
Pours black, but with beautiful hues when backlit with a beige head. The aroma is that of dark roasted coffee with rougher cocoa undertones. After a few minutes of aeration, the flavor smooths to a beautiful blend of coffee, dark chocolate, vanilla, and a hint of pecan nuttiness. Not tremendously complex, this medium-bodied brew with a creamy texture makes for an enjoyable drinking experience.
Dark, full bodied, roasty, and malty with a silky mouthfeel. Slightly sweet with a nutty flavor. Pairs well with nearly anything. An all day stout. 2016 Alltech Commonwealth Cup Gold Medal Winner 2017 Alltech Commonwealth Cup Silver Medal Winner
Brewed with well water (the original well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use, with the hard well water being drawn from 85 feet underground); fermented in ‘stone Yorkshire squares’ to create an almost opaque, wonderfully silky and smooth textured ale with a complex medium dry palate and bittersweet finish.
He was the king of grizzlies. They called him “Old Mose” on account of his moseying swagger. He had a composed irreverence for anything that stood in his path. Old Mose staggered over 10ft in height and could rip a man or beast in half with just a swipe of his paw. Much like the legend, this beer appropriately dubbed Old Mose is not to be underestimated. We brewed this quad with three different yeast strains and added figs and plums to create a rich, boozy treat. At 13.3%abv, this wine barrel-aged Belgian Quad is a truly savage experience
Blonde Ale with rice, cinnamon, vanilla bean. Our take on the traditional agua fresca incorporates rice and lactose along with spices for that sweet, creamy character that we've come to love. The name derives from Valencian orxata, probably from ordiata, made from ordi (barley). Various false etymologies exist – one legend links the origins of the name to James I of Aragon, who after being given the drink for the first time by a local in Alboraya, was said to have exclaimed in Valencian "Açò és OR, XATA!" ("That's gold, darling!") .
Oso Bueno. Translated as "Good Bear", our American Amber Ale is made for the summers and cuisine of Texas. Subtle caramel and toffee flavors with a touch of rye malt are balanced by floral and earthy hop aromas. So refreshing and delicious, it can only be called...Oso Bueno. #bearpuns
We combined the classic flavors of lime and blue agave nectar in a tart gose-style beer for the ultimate answer to the heavy heat of the day. The bright lime flavor helps wake up the palate while the mild sweetness of the agave rounds out the tangy zip of the citrus fruit. Light and refreshing, this all-new Otra Vez will have you calling for another round.
We’ve kicked it up a notch by adding a tropical twist to this refreshing ale. Get amped on Passion Fruit Kicker – a jaw-dropping, mouth-watering, smooth brew with sweet, tart, fruity flavor. We layer passion fruit tea and passion fruit juice with wheat malt and 2-row malted barley to bring you this exhilarating crowd pleaser. Your palate will do a 360 for more of this luscious wheat ale.
Pink boots society, a global nonprofit organization supporting women in the brewing profession, are thrilled to announce the release of an exclusive Wheat IPA hop blend to celebrate woman in the beer and brewing industry. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the pink boots Society scholarship funds.
Pink boots society, a global nonprofit organization supporting women in the brewing profession, are thrilled to announce the release of an exclusive Wheat IPA hop blend to celebrate woman in the beer and brewing industry. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the pink boots Society scholarship funds.
Pinsetter Amber Lager was created in the spirit of a uniquely American style, the California Common. Originally produced in an era without the benefits of modern refrigeration, a hybrid style of lager emerged that was fermented at temperatures typically reserved for ale yeasts. The end result was a medium-bodied beer with a lager-clean malt character and a subtle fruitiness derived from its time at these warmer fermentation temperatures. Pinsetter is brewed using the finest American 2-row and caramel malts, with a touch of roasted malt for a rich amber color. The beer has a pleasant malt profile, subtle sweetness, and a balanced hop bitterness.
Also an expression frequently used by stoners and hippies for something of high quality. That burrito was dank, man. or... That burritos was the dankness Back in the '80s--the "Just Say No" era--in elementary school health class, they warned us of the dangers of fruit salad. Of course, such a thing has never existed, but the important thing was to scare us away from drugs.
Raspberry AF's base beer is our Boiler Room Berliner Weisse. For this fruity sour beer, we add raspberries to the beer to give a fruity and tart sweetness with a nice sour bite on the end. It's Raspberry AF.
This delicious creation was truly a product of creativity, ingenuity, and luck. In the summer of 2013 we took a test batch of our sessional sour summer ale, Provincial, that didn’t quite hit gravity and decided to have some fun with it by adding a heavy dose of raspberries. The end result was so delicious, we ended up brewing it year-round. This delightfully tart fruit beer is refreshing, with a citrusy berry aroma which transitions to a subtlety sweet and tart finish. Notes of lemon and tart raspberries. Pairs well with #blessed.
A Scotch ale brewed by metal aficionados could be called nothing else but Real Heavy. Our take on the Wee Heavy style is an imposing malt forward brew weighing in at 9.7% ABV. It is brewed with English Crystal malt, English hops, and fermented with our house English ale yeast, resulting in a rich brown color and a toffee accented malt character. Bang your head with a couple of pints of Real Heavy.
“Blood of the oak.” This blend showcases sour strong blond and triple ales aged in three large format oak vessels: foudres, puncheons and hogsheads. Oak influences are the highlight of the Sang du Chêne, providing flavors of toasted sugars, vanilla and spice complemented by the bright acidity and fruity character of the beer
A big beer with a big name. This stout is rich and creamy thanks to the addition of milk sugar. It is brewed with chocolate malt and has a heavy dose of cocoa nibs for a chocolate finish and rich aroma.
Inspired by weekly siren tests. Saturday Siren is a crisp and refreshing pilsner built for summer days. Dry hop additions of Idaho 007 and Comet bring new world flavor to this old world style. The lake, the pool and the grill are calling, so pack the cooler and get outside.
A traditional German bock, this beer hits on our Sinners category due to it's drinkability, but packs a punch with it's higher gravity. This traditional German lager is on the sweeter side, with a crispness enjoyed by those who really know what lagers should taste like. Prost!
Saule is French for “willow”, a traditional nine-year anniversary gift. Our ninth anniversary ale, Saule, follows in the footsteps of our anniversary releases before it, which are loosely based on an English-style old ale, fermented with our house yeast strain, aged in bourbon barrels and blended using the solera method. This means that a portion of each anniversary ale is saved in oak barrels and blended in with the next year’s production, providing more complexity and depth of character as the years go by. The result is layered in robust and complex flavors of toffee, caramel, dark fruit, vanilla and oak.
Our winter seasonal is the third beer in our farm to keg series created with local ingredients. Huge amounts of cocoa nibs from Srsly Chocolate add flavors of dark cherry, plum, and chocolate to this full bodied brew. The result is a boozy, roasty, chocolatey stout that wraps you in warmth.
Very hazy gold color, reminiscent of fruit juice, white head. Bright fruity aroma, with notes of tropical fruit, pineapple, and melon thanks to the generous whirlpool and double dry hop infusions of Citra, El Dorado, and Azacca hops. Flavor gives an up-front citrus character, with a note of bitter orange zest, followed by a melon-like sweetness and tart pineapple and a mild hop bitterness that fades rapidly. Juicy. Delicious.
Who says dark beers have to be heavy? Skroob’s Black Lager is here to demonstrate that they don’t. Brewed in collaboration with home brewer Robert Brown, winner of the 2017 Bluebonnet Brew-Off Rabbit Hole Pro-Am Award, Skroob’s is a schwarzbier big on flavor but light on alcohol. The dark roasted flavors and smooth malt complement a moderate hop bitterness, with a light body and subtle dryness that make this a remarkably drinkable dark beer. Hints of chocolate and roasted, malty sweetness give way to a clean, lager finish.
Our brewery was built on an attitude of no regrets. An attitude of taking risks to bring the best beer possible to our fellow renegades and rebels. Never brewing to style, but always brewing what we want to drink. Our take on a classic, Solid Gold is a drinkable premium lager brewed with the highest quality ingredients. Challenging what a lager can be? That’s something we won’t regret.
This pilsner is as German as they come! German hops, malt, and yeast make this brew delicious and refreshing. It's a smooth drinking pilsner with and easy finish that's perfect for Spring and sunshine filled activities.
West Coast style meets New England inspiration in a sessionable package. Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo, and Idaho 7 hops combine to create layers of hop aroma, with that familiar piney aroma and hints of juicy stone fruit. A refreshingly easy-drinking IPA.
St-Louis Premium Framboise is a frambozenbier, or raspberry beer, based on a lambic. St-Louis Premium Framboise contains 25% juice from Willamette raspberries with their pure, natural sugars. It is a thirst-quencher with a low alcohol content. It’s a very fruity beer with a beautiful balance between the sweet taste of the raspberries and the slightly sour taste of the lambic.
Stash IPA is defined by the hops – Columbus, Galaxy, Nugget, and Cascade create a hop explosion that finishes clean. Stash IPA is inspired by the West Coast IPA, focusing on delivering hop aroma and flavor. Stash IPA is a dank, resinous and enlightening hop trip. Stash IPA... it’s got mad hops! Malt: 2 Row, British Pale Hops: Columbus, Galaxy, Nugget, and Cascade Yeast: American Ale (Chico)
Our jumpshot isn’t pretty. And we’re no good when it comes to rebounding. In fact, you don’t want us anywhere near a basketball court. But when it comes to the perfect beer for taking it all in, we’ve got you covered. This beer has hops – a roster of 5, to be exact – added to the dry hop. Mandarina Bavaria & Mosaic provide the juicy orange flavors; Motueka, Citra & Helga assist the dank & piney aroma. Our brewers are known for drawing up big plays on big beers, and this one is no exception. Drink this fresh and go home a champion.
Consistently delivered faster than any bottled IPA on the planet, Stone Enjoy By IPA facilitated a paradigm shift in respect for and enjoyment of hoppy beers by ensuring craft beer fans the ultimate level of freshness. We brew this intense double IPA with more than 10 different hops, employing hop-bursting and dry-hopping techniques to amp up the peach and tropical fruit notes and overall hop factor. Brewed specifically NOT to last, this devastatingly fresh, golden beauty should be enjoyed within 37 days.
In our Brewers’ Tasting Panel, we all get excited every time we sample one of our new beers for the first time. When we absolutely nail a beer, and get exactly what we were hoping for on the first swing, we call it a homerun. This morning’s (hey, we’re professionals!) taste panel was definitely a homerun. Or, as Brewing Supervisor Mike Richmond commented, “this one has got the love.” We brewed this beer using the same ingredients as in our classic Stone Ruination IPA, but bumped up the malt to achieve its elevated 10.8% ABV. And of course we jacked up the hops as well. Not just in the boil, but we doubled the dry-hop amount, using a 50/50 blend of Centennial and Citra. The combination is, dare I say, magic.
In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Sublime's release of their iconic album "40oz. to Freedom", Sublime contacted AleSmith Brewing Co. to craft this unique brew. Sublime Mexican Lager is a thirst-quenching, 5.2% ABV twist on a traditional Vienna-style lager highlighted by a grainy, malt-forward sweetness and easy drinkability. It's clean, crisp and balanced with a smooth finish. Cheers!
This beer carries heavy roasted, and especially coffee notes, perfect for the fall months but great year round. This isn't your typical wimpy brown, but almost boarding on a porter, except way easier to drink. A Sinner line regular, this beer is great whether warming up from the cold or just wanting a beer with a bit more behind it.
Swifty is a refreshing revival of a classic American style – the American Pale Ale. With a light-medium body and bright citrus hops, Swifty APA delivers bold flavor, remarkable balance, and thirst-quenching crushability. Here at Real Ale, we believe there’s always time for a Swifty!
After playing with a number of different recipes, NOLA took their time perfecting a blend of Citra, Mosaic, Grungeist, Calypso and Ekuanot hops for a fruity and juicy aroma that finishes all hop. Late hop additions lead to more flavor and less IBUs and coming in at 6% keep Syncopation very drinkable.
A deep, dark Imperial Stout, The Abyss has almost immeasurable depth and complexity. Hints of molasses, licorice and other alluring flavors make it something not just to quaff, but contemplate. 50% aged for 12 months in Bourbon, Oregon Oak, & Pinot Noir casks
The Chosen One Coconut Ale- This American Ale is sure to surprise your palate with the sweet taste of toasted coconuts. It starts with a sweet biscuit taste and finishes with a hint of toasted coconut. 6.8% ABV
Our Imperial India Pale Ale uses Golden Promise malt and two very pungent whole cone American hops. This brew is hopped so heavily that post-boil, after all of the wort has been transferred to the fermenter, the hop mass at the bottom of the kettle is more than one foot deep. Post-fermentation, Jabberwocky is dry hopped with colossal amounts of the same two hops. The beer is named after a monster we all hold dear.
One word. ThunderCougarFalconBird. ThunderCougarFalconBird is a 6.7% IPA double dry hopped with Citra, El Dorado and an unreasonable amount of Simcoe. Aroma jumps off the line with a ton of citrus, peach and passionfruit. Fruitiness from the hop combination and our English yeast reign supreme. Finish is just crisp enough to entice your next sip. Drinks like a pale ale but
This complex, straw-colored ale has clove and pear aromas. A marriage of spicy and fruity flavors help perfectly balance its elegant malt profile. Pair with rich foods like steaks, roasts, earthy cheeses, and cheese cake.
We used our one-of-a-kind Hop Torpedo to deliver an intense rush of hop flavor and the lush aromas of mango, papaya, and passionfruit with every sip. Enjoy our tropical twist on the American IPA. This beer is hopped with Amarillo, Citra, Comet, El Dorado, and Mosaic
True Love is our second sour beer that is now available year-round. Similar to the Salty Lady, it is kettle soured and very refreshing. Raspberries are added in the fermenter which provide a purple hue and slight sweetness. Give it a try. You'll fall in love with True Love, one can at a time. With summertime right around the corner, True Love is your best option for a poolside brew. Grab the cooler, pickup some ice, and crash your neighbor's pool party. Maybe snag an extra 6pack and be sure to spread the love.
Brewed with 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest and named after the Two Hearted River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, this IPA is bursting with hop aromas ranging from pine to grapefruit from massive hop additions in both the kettle and the fermenter. Perfectly balanced with a malt backbone and combined with the signature fruity aromas of Bell's house yeast, this beer is remarkably drinkable and well suited for adventures everywhere.
Jacob Spears, our 6th Great Grand Uncle, is credited as the first distiller to label his whiskey “Bourbon.” He built his distillery in Bourbon County Kentucky in 1790 — 203 years before we began brewing. While obviously a bit too late to produce Uncle Jacob’s wash, we’ve instead created something far more complex. In his honor, we present this robust, silky smooth, full-bodied and altogether extremely American rendition of an Imperial Stout aged for 6 months in the very finest Bourbon barrels. This explains a lot about our penchant for big brews! It’s in our blood!
This 4.9% abv cream ale was aged on vanilla beans and coffee beans and then blended with fresh cold pressed coffee to deliver an entire barista experience in an easy drinking sessionable ale perfect for an after work pick-me-up or lazy weekend mornings.
This Belgian Tripel lives up to its name. Smooth and carefully crafted like a fine velvet painting but with an 8.5% ABV this bird has some spurs. This beer has a wonderful floral nose and a sweetness like candy.
The traditional Gose, a sour beer that is 50% wheat, has taken a southern hemisphere twist with coriander, Aussie sea salt and plum! Brewed with Aussie Vic Secret hops, no night out is complete without a Plumbus!
Alaskan White Ale has a soft, slightly sweet base with the unique spice aroma of coriander and crisp, citrus finish of orange peel. A light and effervescent body combined with the smooth palate creates a complex and delicate beer that is deliciously refreshing in any season.
A truly authentic Belgian style wheat or “white” ale, this Rascal is unfiltered (yup, that’s yeast on the bottom) and cleverly spiced with coriander and Curaçao orange peel producing a refreshingly zesty classic ale.
We threw caution to the wind with our interpretation of a Leipzig-style Gose, featuring complex aromas and acidic flavors contributed by indigenous wild yeast and lactic fermentation. Lemon, lime and other citrus-like qualities are balanced by the spicy character of coriander and a mineral-mouthfeel from sea salt harvested on the shores of France, resulting in a refreshing beer that was worth the risk.
The mostly-extinct farmhouse breweries of Belgium were notorious for using whatever ingredients were available to them. One of treasures made by these breweries and nearly lost to history was spiced witbier (white beer). Witbier defied an untimely fate, being revived by a man named Pierre Celis who worked in one of the last breweries in Belgium to commercially produce a version of this unique, spiced beer. Celis eventually sold his own witbier brewery and moved to Austin, Texas to open another white beer brewery (Celis White) and the rest is history. ? In honor of the late and great Pierre Celis, we are proud to offer Community Wit as a warm weather libation, produced locally for our fellow Texans once again. We brew it traditionally using unmalted wheat as our base and lightly spice the kettle with freshly ground sweet and bitter orange peel and coriander seed. The hops are minimal, keeping the focus on the wheat, spices and the unique character contributed by authentic Belgian yeast strains, one of which originated from the same strain that Pierre brought across the Atlantic to America.
A SMaSH, Single Malt and Single Hop, IPA using a caboodle (technical term for a large amount of malt) of malt and a new hop released in 2012 called Mosaic (HBC 369). It is a daughter of Simcoe (YCR 14), one of our favorite hops. Whole cone Mosaic is used for bittering, flavoring, and aroma in the kettle; it is also massively dry hopped. The beer is named after a Texas Heroine. Tasting notes: chalk-white head with a very clean malt backbone. The hops impart strong grapefruit, pineapple, and blueberry flavor and aroma. A strong beer that is extremely quaffable.
Cherry Hard Cider Essential elements- Apple, cherry Appearance - Deep pink and clear with a light, lacy head that quickly dissipates. Aroma - Crisp, clean apple cider, round, ripe tart cherry. Experience - Tart cherry sweetness up front with full, yet crisp fermented cider. Heavy apple skin compliments the cherry. Sweet, creamy honey rounds the flavor and balances the tartness of the cherry. Light carbonation lifts the flavor while the honey smooths the overall mouthfeel. Finishes crisp and clean.
Named for Myrcene, a component of essential oils in the hop flower, Myrcenary Double IPA is our tribute to those who revere the illustrious hop, and their unyielding exploit to craft hop forward beers. Brewed with a blend of hops containing the highest levels of Myrcene, this double IPA prevails with a tropical fruit-like flavor, a pungent floral aroma, and a clean getaway.
This American style blonde ale tones down the bitterness while upping the malty smoothness with a small addition of crystal malt to give it a bit of color and smoothness. A crisp and easy drinking beer for a warm sunny day. Show Less