As we trudge through the dog days of August, you need a place to cool off and watch some baseball or, gods forbid, soccer. Enter: Whichcraft Mueller, where the beer is cold, the coffee is hot (and cold), and the crowler machine is in full swing. All month long, we’re waiving the fee for the can, so all you buy is the liquid. All 32 glorious ounces of it. There’s always something new and refreshing on tap, come by to check it out.
Free Tastings at WhichCraft South Lamar – All 6-8pm Except Where Noted
Friday, August 18th
5-8pm: Like Brazos Valley Brewing? We do, too! Come by to sample their tasty lineup, like their Mama Tried and Millions of Peaches.
Saturday, August 19th
Rabbit Hole Brewing drops by to pour some samples, including their 10/6 EPA and Off with Your Red.
Wednesday, August 23rd
Don’t miss Revolver dropping by the store, then try samples of their Red Shift, Sidewinder, and High Brass.
Thursday, August 24th
There’s always something great on tap when Dan with Jolly Pumpkin and North Peak drops by. You won’t want to miss this tasty evening.
Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room in Mueller
Thursday, August 17th
5-8pm: Circle Brewing drops by for a Buy the Beer, Keep the Glass of their Lady Bird IPA on draft, then sample their full catalog straight outta the can.
Saturday, August 19th
4-7pm: Megan from Freetail pours their Bat Outta Helles for a Buy the Beer, Keep the Glass, and we sample their Hopothesis and Amber.
Wednesday, August 23rd
7:00pm: Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night! Weekly free event that puts your useless knowledge to the test. Prizes and good times are included!
Thursday, August 24th
5-8pm: Don’t miss Left Hand Brewing dropping by for an evening of drafts and samples.
New Beers This Week
(All beer available at both WhichCraft locations unless otherwise noted)
Back in Stock: Shacksbury Spritz, Montucky Cold Snacks, Real Ale Devil’s Backbone, Barrow Brewing Evil Catfish, St. Arnold’s Art Car, Stone W00tstout
Martin House Queen of the Mist (Red Currant) – Barrel-aged Salty Lady fermented on tart cherries. 6.2% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Limited (Limit 1)
Nebraska Wick for Brains – Real pumpkin lends a sweetness and pumpkin flavor not found in many pumpkin ales. Wonderful pumpkin pie spice intertwined in an amber ale creates a pumpkin sensation which is elegantly crafted. Notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, ginger, and allspice blend perfectly in this seasonal ale. 5.4% ABV / Papillion, NE / BeerAdvocate 82 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Legal Draft Lawktoberfest – Classic Bavarian style Oktoberfest, with a hint of orange in its clear body, a slight toast of malt, and a crisp finish that invites another sip. 5% ABV / Arlington, TX / Availability: Good
BrainDead Brewing Bent de Garde – They used 100% Brett in this one; bright bubblegum sweetness dances with the bold Cabernet’s plum drawn from its months of aging. A slight spice and funk sit well back in the palate, with the overall composition changing with every sip. 8.7% ABV / Dallas, TX / Availability: Decent
903 Oktoberfest – A medium-bodied Märzen Oktoberfest. Light amber in color, it finishes dry and clean. Rich, roasty, and quite delectable. 5% ABV / Sherman, TX / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Real Ale Nomad – Dry-hopped Belgian-style blonde. The finished beer combines spice and clove with herbal citrus and a bright tropical finish. 7% ABV / Blanco, TX / Availability: Decent / SoLa Only
Avery Chai High – Meditate on this transcendent rich and robust spiced seasonal of a decidedly different sort. Brewed with spiced chai tea. 5.2% ABV / Boulder, CO / BeerAdvocate 86 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest – Collaboration with Germany’s Brauhaus Miltenberger, whose approach to the classic style they’ve long admired. The result is a festival beer true to their style: deep golden in color with deceptively rich malt flavor and balanced by traditional German-grown whole-cone hops. 6.1% ABV / Chico, CA / BeerAdvocate 86 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Great Divide Hoss – Hoss is based on the Märzen lagers of Germany. Rich, layered malt notes with hints of cherry and dark fruits dominate, while the unique addition of rye imparts a slightly earthy, spicy character. Hoss finishes crisp and dry, and its brilliant red-orange color is a toast to the sunsets that make the perfect backdrop for this beer. 6.2% ABV / Denver, CO / BeerAdvocate 85 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Harpoon Flannel Friday – A bright hop aroma from late hop additions plays with its strong malt backbone. Amber hued, medium bodied, with hints of citrus and pine, this ale is made for the crisp days (and nights) of fall. 5.7% ABV / Boston, MA / BeerAdvocate 86 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only
Oskar Blues Fugli – Yuzu and Ugli fruit infusions twisted together with the blueberry, tangerine notes of Mosaic make for a tangy, juicy, zesty array of aroma and flavor. 5.8% ABV / Longmont, CO / BeerAdvocate 85 / Availability: Good
New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom
Full Draft List Available on our Website
Tupps Raspberry Shade – What could be more pleasant and more inviting than adding a touch of raspberry sweetness to the crisp and refreshing Texas Shade? This beer strikes the balance of a crisp light wheat with the robust character you expect from Texas Shade with the bright sweet fruit of the raspberry. 5.7% ABV / McKinney, TX
Circle Lady Bird IPA – Lady Bird American IPA is a beer inspired by endless fields of bluebonnets and slow drives through the rolling Texas hill country. An elegant yet blunt IPA, Lady Bird blossoms with dank and tropical hop aroma, finishing with a smooth floral flavor to balance against its malty complexity. Best enjoyed on a patio at the lake, or wherever you can bask in the natural beauty of Texas. Lady Bird American IPA reminds you that wherever hops bloom, so does hope. 7.2% ABV / Austin, TX
Pinthouse Pizza Die in a Haze – A hazy New England-style IPA from the folks at Pinthouse. #5 in the series. 7.5% ABV / Austin, TX
Pinthouse Pizza Joe’s Magical Pils – A truly German style pilsner brewed with Heirloom pilsner malt and Saaz hops, giving it a beautiful Noble hop and malt aroma balanced with a dusting of spiced fruit character and a soft mouthfeel. 5.1% ABV / Austin, TX
Deschutes Nitro Cream Ale – An ale version of an American lager, their cream ale is light, with good hop balance and clean finish. Perfect for sunny days and being around good friends. 4.7% ABV / Bend, OR / BeerAdvocate 81
Cedar Creek Weize Ass – This is a traditional hefeweizen modeled after classic wheat beers of Bavaria. Very refreshing with hints of bananna and cloves. Slightly cloudy with low hop bitterness and a dry finish. 5.2% ABV / Seven Points, TX
This Week’s Specials
- Pick up 6pks of Community’s Mosaic, Texas Helles, Witbier, and Public Ale all month long for $6.99.
- In celebration of the new crowlers at Mueller, we’re a running a special all August: “You buy the liquid, we buy the can,” and waiving the crowler fee.
- Pick up a six pack of Uinta’s Hop Nosh IPA for $6.99.
South Lamar Specials
- Abita’s To-Gose is available for $6.99/6pk.