Brewed with the finest imported German malts and hops, using traditional German brewing techniques, the Texas Backyard Blonde Ale is inspired by the hoppy golden kolsch ales of Cologne. More complex than your average blonde, bready, biscuity malt flavors combine with ample grassy, spicy hops and fruity esters in a crisp, refreshing brew, perfect for steamy Texas days.
Our unfiltered Belgian-style farmhouse ale, inspired by the Saisons of Wallonia, is dry, bold and spicy; golden in color, full of herbal and floral aromas, with flavors of white pepper, sage and coriander generated by our special Belgian yeast strain. Substantial hop flavor provides a satisfying balance to this flavorful, quaffable ale.
This hoppy (99 IBUs) English-American Hybrid IPA will strike you with a jolt. It is a full bodied ale brewed with British pale and crystal malts; heavily hopped with Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial.
This robust Stout is pure deep and rich as Texas Thunder heard across our great state. Aromas of vanilla, chocolate, toffee and roasted coffee generated by our imported roasted barley, meet earthy English hop flavor in a beautifully balanced and surprisingly drinkable brew. The dry finish keeps you coming back for more.
Made with the second runnings of our Grand Reserve 2013, we’ve added a subtle blend of cinnamon, clove, allspice and nutmeg to this amber, English style ale to produce a delicious seasonal diversion. Spicy aromas abound, complimented by imported nutty Mild ale malt and earthy, tea-like English hops to produce a harmonious balance of complex flavors in this eminently drinkable tipple.
A beautiful orange hue, our celebration of the annual hop harvest comes in the form of a modified version of our bready, biscuity Oktoberfest. We’ve taken the base beer and dry-hopped it FOUR times with freshly delivered Cascade and Columbus whole leaf and pellet hops. The result is a wonderfully complex hybrid beer, with aromatic citrus and piney notes paired to a smooth, malty flavor. EXTREMELY limited (only 5 bbls produced).
You want a “bready, biscuity” beer? We’ve got it! With almost 60% imported German Munich malt in the grist, traditional Bavarian flavors and abound. Our non-traditional ale fermentation (at a lower than normal temp of 62°F) provides a hint of fruitiness, lending a complexity not normally found in Festbiers.