Labor Day Deals, Harvey Help, and More

With Harvey hitting hard last week, we’ll be feeling the effects of this storm for some time. To that end, WhichCraft is having a food and supply drive to help those affected. Bring in any non-perishable food items or toiletries or bottled water to either location and we’ll make sure it gets in the hands of those who need it. And stay tuned for an upcoming event from us: we’ll have a silent auction and raffle for some pretty cool things, and all proceeds will go toward coastal relief. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

And with Labor Day upon us, we’d like to bring back one of our favorite sales: spend $50, save 10%; spend $100, save 15%; and spend $200, save 20%. This great deal runs today through Monday, and applies only to package beer at both locations, plus growlers/crowlers. Come in and stock up for the start of football season, the last BBQ hurrah, or just to take advantage of cheaper beer. We won’t judge.

And a final reminder about the celebration of beer, art, and music at Art of the Brew on Saturday, September 2. Come by our booth, say hi, and try your luck at the ring toss for prizes while you’re taking in all the fantastic sights, sounds, and of course, beer. Tickets and info can be found at their website.


Free Tastings at WhichCraft South Lamar – All 6-8pm Except Where Noted

Thursday, August 31st
Amy with Goose Island sets up shop to pour samples of their Juiced IIPA and new Cooper Project.

Friday, September 1st
Austin’s own Strange Land Brewery comes by to sample their full lineup. Come by, unwind, and ring in the weekend with some local beers.

Saturday, September 2nd
Because the inmates run the asylum here, why not get crazy and pull some beers of the shelves for a tasting? Lineup includes Adelbert’s Sundowner, Sam Adams Summer Ale, New Braunfels Very Seldom Naughty, Sixpoint Resin, and a MYSTERY BEER. Ooooh, mysterious…

Thursday, September 7th
Our aim is true when Harpoon drops by to sample their Flannel Friday, IPA, and Octoberfest.

Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room in Mueller

Thursday, August 31st
5-8pm:  Ben Fairbrother from Moonlight Meadery comes by to tap their How Do You Like Them Apples honey apple wine, then we sample cans of their Kurt’s Apple Pie, Admiration, and Them Little Apples. Suh-weet, indeed.

Wednesday, September 6th
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, September 7th
5-8pm:  You’re not missing Austin Beerworks coming in, are you? When Fletch visits to tap a super special, super mystery beer? You’ll be there, right? Right.


New Beers This Week

(All beer available at both WhichCraft locations unless otherwise noted)

Back in Stock: Saint Arnold Art Car, Crazy Mountain Hookiebobb, Martin House Friday IPA, Real Ale Hans’ Pils, Infamous Bugsy, Southern Star Oktoberfest

Crazy Mountain CredenceThis pilsner is modeled after the classic bohemian pilsners of Europe. They use high-quality Pilsner malt to lend the beer a delicate flavor and aroma. 4.9% ABV / Edwards, CO / BeerAdvocate 83 / Availability: Good

Crazy Mountain Lawyers, Guns & Money – For this special brew, they use an assortment of crystal malts and throw a little Belgian Candi into the brew kettle to give a hearty maltiness. Dry hopping with American hops gives this English style a refreshing American twist. Be cautious with this beer, as overindulgence can result in the shit hitting the fan. 10% ABV / Edwards, CO / BeerAdvocate 85 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Crazy Mountain Livin’ – They utilize two types of American hops in such a way that the flavor of these hops are center stage, and the bitterness fades into the background. The hop-forward character of this pale ale shines through in the unique, tropical fruit flavor of two American hop varieties. 5.7% ABV / Edwards, CO / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Strange Land Oktoberfest – Traditional Marzen-style with plenty of malt and lederhosen. Austin, TX / Availability: Good

Bell’s Oktoberfest – A coppery amber lager that showcases a full bodied, malty flavor that is balanced by a refreshing bitterness derived from fine noble hops. 5.5% ABV / Galesburg, MI / BeerAdvocate 81 / Availability: Good

Independence Stash (Cans) – Stash IPA is defined by the hops. Seven additions of four different varietals – Columbus, Galaxy, Nugget and Cascade – create a hop explosion that finishes clean. A dank, resinous, and enlightening hop trip. It’s got mad hops. 7% ABV / Austin, TX / RateBeer 85 / Availability: Good

Independence Oklahoma Suks – The way Independence shows its “appreciation” to their neighbors to the north is to name a beer after them. Oklahoma Suks rolls out just in time for the Red River Shootout. Remember, these cleverly disguised Austin Amber beers are a fan favorite and will sell quickly once they hit shelves. Don’t miss your chance to show your Texas pride and enjoy an ice cold Oklahoma Suks on game day. 4.8% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Decent

Twisted X Woah-Mango – IPA packed with plenty of mango. 5.8% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Twisted X Gulf Kolsch – A sweet, grassy, yet lightly crisp malt and delicate spicy hops makes this a terrific, year-round, Hill Country beer. 5.1% ABV / Dripping Springs, TX / Availability: Good

Goose Island Juicy Double – Crisp, West Coast-style double IPA with orange juice fermented through in secondary. 8.3% ABV / Chicago, IL / BeerAdvocate 86 / Availability: Good

Brazos Valley Trouble in Mind (Denali) – Double IPA with Denali hops. / Brenham, TX / Availability: Good  

4th Tap Fashionably Late  – New England-style IPA. / Austin, TX / Availability: Decent

Tupps Cotton Mill Gold Golden pale ale brewed with a wide variety of grains including rye, wheat and oats. Brewed with a mix of five different hops. 6% ABV / McKinney, TX / BeerAdvocate 84 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Boon Oude Geuze VAT 109Aged in barrel Nr 109 – ex Cognac barrel (4th fill, previous fills were blended into geuze, because the cognac flavors were too noticeable). 8.25% ABV / Lembeek, Belgium / RateBeer 100 / Availability: Limited

Martin House Monty’s Pale Ale – This easy-drinking beer is brewed with Cascade and Amarillo hops and is dry-hopped to give it a lot of citrus flavor. We added some oats in the grain bill to round it out and give it malty finish, which balances the hops quite nicely. 5.2% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Good


New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website

Firestone Walker Helldorado An Imperial Blonde Ale or Blonde Barley Wine; Helldorado has the lightest color of any of the beers in their barrel program but carries a great deal of interesting barrel character: vanilla, light char, and amazing lavender-honey notes. Rich, boozy, honey liqueur character and loads of smooth, sweet, toasted malt to finish. The El Dorado hops dance in the background without playing a dominant role in the flavor profile. 13.2% ABV / Paso Robles, CA / RateBeer 99

Revolver Blood and Honey – Ale brewed with blood orange peels, honey and spices. 7% ABV / Granbury, TX / BeerAdvocate 85

Adelbert’s Tripel BThis complex, straw-colored ale has clove and pear aromas. A marriage of spicy and fruity flavors help perfectly balance its elegant malt profile. 9.3% ABV / Austin, TX BeerAdvocate 86

3 Nations Imperial Milk Stout – Big stout with a roast malt character and smooth finish. 8.3% ABV / Farmers Branch, TX

Lakewood Raspberry Temptress – Love isn’t just in the air. It’s inside this beer, and it tastes like chocolate and raspberries. That’s because they took their decadent Imperial Milk Stout and blended it with fresh, tart, Oregon raspberries. 9.1% ABV / Garland, TX / RateBeer 92

Austin Beerworks Tropical Finkle – Einhorn, their tasty Berliner Weisse, brewed with mango, passionfruit, and pineapple. 3% ABV / Austin, TX

Hi Sign Astronaut IIPA – A fruit-forward, low-IBU, citrusy, double India Pale Ale. 9.5% ABV / Austin, TX

Hops & Grain Pellets & Powder IPA – With Pellets & Powder IPA, H&G has been experimenting with varying the form of hops added to each tank. Each batch will be different and they’ll continue to trial new and exciting hop varieties in both pellet and powder form. Think of it as Greenhouse IPA on steroids. Or maybe Greenhouse IPA on hallucinogens, depending on how you understand analogies. 6% ABV / Austin, TX

Moonlight Meadery How Do You Like Them Apples? 6 month rye whiskey barrel-aged New England Cider (style) Cyser. Rich and sweet. 13.5% ABV / Londonberry, NH / RateBeer 93


This Week’s Specials

  • We’re carrying over Community as Brewery of the Month for one more week, so come by to pick up 6pks of Mosaic, Texas Helles, Witbier, and Public Ale for $6.99. 
  • We’re offering 16oz. 6pks of Sweetwater’s 420 Extra Pale Ale for $6.99, or enjoy a can on site at Mueller for $4.

South Lamar Specials

  • Abita’s To-Gose is available for $6.99/6pk.
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Art of the (Collective) Brew

We’re starting the weekend early at South Lamar on Friday. From 2-4 pm, we’re hosting Mike with Collective Brewing Project for some samples of their sour suds, including their Cup o’ Beer. As if you needed a reason to duck out early. And after, head north to Mueller to partake in our evening sampling with Community Brewing. We’ll be tapping their Texas Helles and Yessir! Pale Ale. Will we see you there? Yessir!

And when you drop in to either location, make sure to pick up one of our specials, whether that be our Brewery of the Month or any other weekly deal. They make great impulse buys and look magnificent next to the already stellar brews you’re buying from us. Scroll down (after reading everything, of course) to see what we’re offering.

Finally, make your plans now to come visit us at Art of the Brew on Saturday, September 2, when art, music, and craft beer collide. We won’t have the dunk tank again, but we will have a booth, so come by and say hi while you’re taking in all the fantastic sights, sounds, and of course, beer. Tickets and info can be found at their website.


Free Tastings at WhichCraft South Lamar – All 6-8pm Except Where Noted

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 when we sample their No Ka Oi, Bam Biere, Phuket, Dauntless, Zephyr, and Forgotten Tales.

Friday, August 25th
2-4pm: Don’t miss Mike with Collective Brewing Project as we sample their stellar sours, including the ramen-inspired Cup o’ Beer.

6-8pm: We keep this sour train rolling when New Braunfels Brewing drops by to open bottles of their three variants of Very Seldom Naughty. Each was aged in a different type of wine barrel. Come taste the differences.

Saturday, August 26th
12-2pm: We start a jam-packed day with Megan from Freetail, as she pours samples of their Original, Rye Wit, San Antonio Pale Ale, and Oktoberfiesta.

3-5pm: Lori with Pedernales Brewing stops in to sample their full lineup of Robert Earl Keen beers: Front Porch, Honey Pils, River Raft, and Lobo Oktoberfest.

6-8: We end the night with 5 Stones and their tasty beers. On tap is their new Reserva Pina, Norma Jeane, Patience in Oak Frederick Berg, and Aloha Pina. Don’t miss this!

Tuesday, August 29th
It doesn’t feel like a Tuesday when Lagunitas visits the store. It actually feels a little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ special as we pour samples of their Sumpin Sumpin, 12th of Never, and Imperial Stout.

Thursday, August 31st
Amy with Goose Island sets up shop to pour samples of their Juiced IIPA and new Cooper Project.

Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room in Mueller

Thursday, August 24th
5-8pm:  Don’t miss Left Hand Brewing dropping by for an evening of drafts and samples, including the freshly-tapped Polestar Pils.

Friday, August 25th
5-8pm:  We welcome in Erik with Community (our August BotM) for a Buy the Beer, Keep the Glass special with their Yessir! Pale Ale and Texas Helles.

Wednesday, August 30th
7:00pm:  Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night! Weekly free event that puts your useless knowledge to the test. Prizes and good times are included!


New Beers This Week

(All beer available at both WhichCraft locations unless otherwise noted)

Back in Stock: Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest (Cans), Jester King Le Petit Prince, Lone Pint Yellow Rose,  Lagunitas 12th of Never, Green Flash Tangerine Soul Style

Copperhead Athena – Athena is deceptive. Light in color and body, it’s very easy to drink. It hides the 8.6% ABV very well. Brewed with only Belgian pilsner malt and hopped with Herkules, East Kent Goldings, and Czech Saaz hops. It’s their take on a traditional Belgian golden strong ale. 8.6% ABV / Conroe, TX / Availability: Good

Community Yessir! – Hop-forward, lighter bodied ale featuring Lemon Drop & Eureka hops for a refreshingly unique take on the classic American Pale Ale. 5.2% ABV / Dallas, TX / BeerAdvocate 89 / Availability: Good

NOLA Brewing Humid Nature – This collaboration with Modern Times is a wild ale with blood orange, LA sweets, and pineapple. 8% ABV / New Orleans, LA / Availability: Decent

NOLA Brewing Irish Channel Stout – This American style stout has sweet malt flavors of caramel and chocolate, complimented by a crisp bitterness produced by roasted barley and American hops. The complex malt bill of pale and roasted malts result in this well balanced stout that is smooth, rich, dark and delicious! 6.8% ABV / New Orleans, LA / RateBeer 92 / Availability: Good

NOLA Brewing Mechahopzilla – For some people, hops belong on the basketball court and IBUs should run like shoe sizes. This beer is not for those people. This one’s for the hop hungry. This is their monster, hoppy and heady: an American Imperial IPA with a unique combination of four different hops and a half-pound-per-barrel, dry-hop process resulting in a powerful flavor that’s not for the faint of heart. 8.8% ABV / New Orleans, LA / BeerAdvocate 86 / Availability: Decent

NOLA Brewing 7th Street Wheat –  The light citrus taste with a hint of spicy herb on the back is named in honor of the 7th Street wharf across the street from the brewery. This filtered wheat ale is light-bodied American style with pounds of fresh lemon-basil added after fermentation. 4.5% ABV / New Orleans, LA / BeerAdvocate 84 / Availability: Good

NOLA Brewing Piety Cherry Sour – 100% Lacto/Brett fermented sour ale with tart cherries. Piety ale is chery 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. 4.1% ABV / New Orleans, LA / RateBeer 96 / Availability: Limited

Pedernales Robert Earl Keen River Raft – Refreshing and perfect for mowing the lawn and those hot summer days. 4% ABV / Fredericksburg, TX / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Pedernales Lobo Oktoberfest – A limited release from Pedernales, with a nice dark caramel color and a good hop presence. 6.4% ABV / Fredericksburg, TX / BeerAdvocate 82 / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Twisted X Gulf Kolsch – A sweet, grassy, yet lightly crisp malt and delicate spicy hops makes this a terrific, year-round, Hill Country beer. 5.1% ABV / Dripping Springs, TX / Availability: Good

Freetail Oktoberfiesta – Like the traditional Oktoberfests and Marzens of Germany, it is brewed with Pils, Munich, and Vienna malts along with the subtly earthy, herbal notes of European hops; but that is where tradition ends as they ferment with a Belgian yeast strain that likes to party as much as San Antonio, producing a big, fruity profile that both accentuates and transcends the malt and hops. Let the Oktoberfiesta begin! 6.2% ABV / San Antonio, TX / BeerAdvocate 84 / Availability: Good

Freetail San Antonio Pale Ale – All late hopped pale ale featuring Cascade and Crystal hops. 5.7% ABV / San Antonio, TX / Availability: Good


New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website

Freetail Oktoberfiesta Like the traditional Oktoberfests and Marzens of Germany, it is brewed with Pils, Munich, and Vienna malts along with the subtly earthy, herbal notes of European hops; but that is where tradition ends as they ferment with a Belgian yeast strain that likes to party as much as San Antonio, producing a big, fruity profile that both accentuates and transcends the malt and hops. Let the Oktoberfiesta begin! 6.2% ABV / San Antonio, TX / BeerAdvocate 84 / Availability: Good

Pinthouse Pizza Electric Jellyfish – Brewed with some exciting hop varieties featuring Citra, Simcoe, Azacca, and Galaxy hops, Electric Jellyfish enjoys a bright tropical citrus character along with notes of orange, lemon, lychee, and a floral backbone. The Jellyfish is a hazy, new-school IPA focusing on the juicy hop flavor and aroma while keeping the bitterness balanced and refreshing. 6.5% ABV / Austin, TX / RateBeer 97

The Bruery Mischief – Belgian-style ale, golden and hoppy. Not quite evil, yet not to be trusted, this Golden Ale is effervescent, dry, hoppy and crisp; you’ll want to keep an eye out. 8.5% ABV / Placentia, CA / RateBeer 96

Schilling London Dry – Inspired by traditional London pub style cider, London dry is bright, crisp, apple-forward, and dry as a bone. 6.5% ABV / Seattle, WA

Community Texas HellesA traditional German style lager that is bright, golden and crisp- perfect for warm weather craft beer drinking! They lager it for 6 weeks and brew it using all German malts and hops, and a clean Bavarian yeast strain producing an incredibly refreshing, light-bodied summer time brew! 5% ABV / Dallas, TX / BeerAdvocate 84

Community Yessir! – Hop-forward, lighter bodied ale featuring lemon drop & eureka hops for a refreshingly unique take on the classic American Pale Ale. 5.2% ABV / Dallas, TX / BeerAdvocate 89

Left Hand Polestar Pils – A brilliant, refreshing lager; hand crafted using traditional method & ingredients. A zesty, German style pilsner with a dry, crisp finish. 5.5% ABV / Longmont, CO / BeerAdvocate 83


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.
  • We’re offering 16oz. 6pks of Sweetwater’s 420 Extra Pale Ale for $6.99, or enjoy a can on site at Mueller for $4 (starting Thursday evening).

South Lamar Specials

  • Abita’s To-Gose is available for $6.99/6pk.
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Keep on Crowling

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 BrainsReal 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 OktoberfestCollaboration 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 FugliYuzu 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 AleAn 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.
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