A resurrected style from the Flemish region of Belgium, The Meddler oud bruin is a crafty concoction, comprised of several generations of brown ales, barrel aged and blended. Wild yeasts, Lactobacillus, and Brettanomyces meddle with the brew for over 18 months creating complexity and depth of flavor. Hints of malty sweet chocolate and vanilla toy with a hauntingly sour finish. Intricate yet balanced, The Meddler will leave you craving more of the mysterious brew.
Scots Gone Wild marks the initial offering from Real Ale Brewing Company in the world of sour beers. Real Heavy, their strong scotch ale, was aged for 6 months in American oak barrels, during which time it underwent a dramatic refermentation due to the presence of a very special cocktail of wild yeast and bacteria. The end result is a dry, cherry-pie sour, with a subtle oak character and a bold tartness.
With a little help from our friend Jimmy, we made a refreshing hefeweizen. 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.
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Refreshingly bold and perfectly balanced, Prima has set the gold standard for pilsners since 1996 with its German and Czech Noble hops and German malt. Loads of earthy, herbal noble hop character with subtle malt complexity in the aroma. Flavor is very hop forward with ample bitterness. Balanced malt and clean fermentation.
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 thank wherever hops bloom, so does hope.
Our American Pale Ale uses American two row malted barley and a touch of light crystal malt in combination with two pungent and resiny whole cone American hops. The hops are added to the boil using strategery to yield a pleasant, yet satisfying, hop punch. The beer is named after our favorite college watering hole: Zeno’s Pub.
Berliner Weisse is a special beer that undergoes bacterial fermentation to naturally produce lactic acid which contributes a delicious, lemony tartness. This traditional wheat ale, made famous in the nineteenth century in the city of Berlin, features a bready malt character, low bitterness, and effervescent carbonation. Clean, tart, and quenching, this beer is available in limited quantities to be enjoyed.
Something about the weather last year, or the harvest date, created an apple like no other. Its lemon-lime zing popped when we were tasting the apples as they came through the press. Most of the time fruit character undergoes big transformations during fermentation, but for this batch of GoldRush, it stayed a zesty lemon-lime grapefruit with a hint of tropical fruit. We kept the sugar slightly higher to balance out the Gold Rush’s natural acidity. This crisp and refreshing cider should be enjoyed on one of our many beautiful Texas afternoons.