16 oz Can

  • 1836(16 oz Can)

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    We call 1836 a “Copper Ale” because it’s copper colored, but it fits no specific style. Much like Houston, “1836” is one of a kind. This blend combines our three favorite brewing traditions: the British Bitters, the Belgian Trappist ales, & the American Hop Movement. In honor of Texas Independence Day, this brew is our pride and joy.

    This beer combines two of our favorite flavors: a sweet and toasty measure of Victory malts counter-balanced with the earthy, woody, Powerful, but balanced aromatics of citrusy & floral American & British hops. The bready, biscuit flavors of Victory Malt (an American spin on the Belgian Biscuit malts) finishes clean leaving a dry roast on the mouthfeel.

    $5.50
  • Bam Noire(16 oz Can)

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    Dark, smooth, delicious. Aromas of worn leather and cool autumn nights. Notes of sweet plum and toasted raisin, hints of coffee and cacao. Lingering tart and refreshing finish. Only available for a few short months. Not to be missed.

    $5.50
  • Beat Your Face – Strawberry(16 oz Can)

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    Light, crisp Cream Ale that has a nice aroma of Strawberry while having a very subtle Strawberry flavor taste

    $6.50
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    Bock(16 oz Can)

    Malty with a slight roastyness, brewed as a traditional Bock.

  • Burt Macklin(16 oz Can)

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    We took our wildly popular Johnny Karate, added a huge dose of blood orange, and the delicious result is Burt Macklin. This beer clocks in at a massive 10.8% abv and was the best damn agent the FBI had until being framed for stealing the president’s rubies.

    $15.50
  • Captain Delicious Pants(16 oz Can)

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    A blend of stouts aged in bourbon barrels for 14-16 months with peanut butter cups and vanilla beans.

    $36.00
  • Charon(16 oz Can)

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    In Greek mythology, Charon was the one who would ferry souls across the rivers of the underworld and into the afterlife. At Martin House, Charon the beer is a 16% imperial stout aged in brandy barrels. Fans of Martin House will appreciate that Charon is really just a bigger and badder version of our first ever barrel-aged release: Acheron. Charon was aged in brandy barrels for 3.5 months. It’s the highest abv beer we’ve ever released into the wild. This beer is 100% unblended for maximum flavor. That means the beer you drink out of this can came straight from the barrel untouched. The end result is a molasses like, thick-as-motor oil, imperial stout that is not for the faint of heart. This year, we celebrate 7 years of MHBC. So here’s a cheers to you, our loyal fans, for supporting us on this insane and wonderful journey. Drink up!

    $9.50
  • Cheesecake And Chill (Strawberry)(16 oz Can)

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    Strawberry Cheesecake inspired milkshake IPA, the second in the “Cheesecake and Chill” series.

    $16.50
  • Devil’s Backbone(16 oz Can)

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    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.

    $5.50
  • Down With The PastryArchy (Tiramisu Stout)(16 oz Can)

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    We took our favorite elemnts of the classic Italian dessert tiramisu and brewed them into this luscious pastry stout. Just like tiramisu, our stout is layered with a harmonious blend of sweet cream, bittersweet cocoa, robust espresso and delicate ladyfinger cookies. This beer’s mouthfeel evokes the creamy richness of tiramisu, a full body of cascading comfort in which every sip is worth slowly savoring.

    $8.50
  • Dwarf Invasion(16 oz Can)

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    Mead with tart Balaton cherries and Styrian Golding hops.

    $13.50
  • Foederville(16 oz Can)

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    Oak aged sour dry hopped with Hallertau Blanc

    $8.50
  • French Quarter Temptress(16 oz Can)

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    The third release in our Seduction Series, based on our most popular cask. Bourbon barrel-aged coffee from Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters and a touch of chicory give this infused version of our imperial milk stout that signature New Orleans flair. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

    $9.50
  • Frickin’ Hazer Beams(16 oz Can)

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    How do you create an epic pale ale? Add frickin’ hazer beams. This brew starts with a

    killer base of Idaho Gem hops and pale and bready malts, but blows up the flavor with

    added experimental Sabro, right after the boil. The result is unfiltered, hopped out bliss.

    Bursting with huge notes of coconut and pineapple – and soft pillowy, mouthfeel.

    $7.50
  • HefeWeizen(16 oz Can)

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    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.

    $5.50
  • Lunch(16 oz Can)

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    Our “East Coast” version of a West Coast-style IPA. Intense hop flavors and aromas of tropical and citrus fruits and pine dominate. A subtle malt sweetness brings the beer into balance.

    $9.50
  • Magners Original Irish Cider(16 oz Can)

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    When William Magner set out to make Ireland’s greatest cider in 1935, this is what he came up with. We’ve barely changed it since then, but why would we? Made with 17 different varieties of fallen apple, pressed and then kept in the dark to mature for a couple of years, it is the crispest way to celebrate any moment.

    Sold as Bulmers in the

    Republic of Ireland.

    $6.50
  • Maracaibo Especial(16 oz Can)

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    A rich brown ale inspired by the enigmatic monastic brews of Belgium, and the mysterious mist shrouded jungles of the tropics. Brewed with real cacao, and spiced with cinnamon and sweet orange peel for a sensual delight. A brew to be sipped, savored, and enjoyed!

    $5.50
  • Meteoric Rise(16 oz Can)

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    8% double IPA with Azacca, Belma, and Comet.

    Azacca is found in Washington and was named for the Haitian god of agriculture. It’s known for its tropical fruit profile. And most of you been nerds know Comet, the juicy grapefruit-forward hop. It’s the Belma that really shines in this beer though. This hop is known for its intense strawberry, melon and orange flavors.

    It’s super heavy on the berry flavor, in particular Strawberries. It has light flavors of cantaloupe and honeydew. It has a fluffy, light mouthfeel and aromas of strawberry cereal and berry muffins, coming from the combin

    $12.50
  • MUSES(16 oz Can)

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    Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the stuff of deep tradition. Catch a random parade, and there’s a chance someone stood right where you’re standing, watching the same parade, when Grover Cleveland was in the White House. The Krewe of Muses isn’t one of the oldest, but it is without a doubt one of the best. The all-female krewe burst onto the scene in 2001 and promptly changed the game – big, boisterous and beautiful, with a new level of energy and artistry.

    It’s a crowd favorite across the city and definitely here at NOLA Brewing. So when it came time to make a Mardi Gras beer, who better to partner with than the ladies of Muses? Our Muses ale is offered during Carnival season with a portion of sales going to support the krewe’s philanthropy of choice. (In 2015, for example, it was Women With a Vision.)

    Mardi Gras is a celebration for the masses, so we brewed Muses to be a beer for the masses. A Belgian-style ale, light on the palate with low bitterness, select American hops providing a mild citrus edge to the traditional Belgian yeast flavor and aroma. Notably, Muses is a full-flavored session beer (4.4% ABV) so it can be enjoyed all parade long, whether from the float or from the street.

    $5.50
  • Piety(16 oz Can)

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    Piety ale is cherry pie mixed to a bounce beat. Lactobacillus and Brettanomyces make Piety sour and funky, while the red wine barrel aging and tart cherries show off its sweet and sassy side.

    DJ Rusty Lazer is known for making booties pop with his bounce beats. His Piety Street studio has become an epicenter of art and culture in New Orleans. Once you pop, the funk don’t stop!

    $11.50
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