Bishop Cider Pint Night Tonight!

Kick that weekend off right with a double shot of event. First, on Thursday 4/11, Bishop Cider Co, our Cidery of the Month, drops by for a Pint Night with their Apple Pineapple on tap. Get a glass and a six pack of any of their three ciders on special. Then on Friday, 4/12, we’ll have Saint Arnold in for a Pint Night with their Original Dry Cider and Summer Pils.

And keep picking up sixers from all month from both Community Beer Co. – offering their Mosaic IPA, Citra Slice, Witbier, Texas Lager, and Brett’s Get It On – and Bishop Cider Co. – offering their Crack Berry, Dark Cide, and Apple Pineapple – for $6.99. All month! Holy cow! 

Finally, congratulations to Big Bend Marfa Light, voted the Best Barrel-Aged Beer in Texas, by you! We love putting this tournament on every year; it’s always full of surprises and differing opinions, and folks, that just makes the world go ’round.

 Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room

Thursday, April 11th
5-8pm: It’s our Cidery of the Month, Bishop! We’ll have their Apple Pineapple on tap, and be sure to pick up a 6pk for $6.99.

Friday, April 12th
5-8pm: End your week with Saint Arnold as we feature their Original Dry cider and Summer Pils on tap.

Thursday, April 18th
5-8pm: What’s this? Brazos Valley in the Mueller Taproom with their Gettin’ By Salted Caramel Porter and Lefty (El Dorado SMaSH) IPA? You better believe it.

New Beers This Week

Back In Stock: Victory Sour Monkey, Deep Ellum Play Date, Adelbert’s Tres Hombres, Vista Laissez Faire

Tupps DDH Double IPA – Double IPA variant of the Series 9 DDH. McKinney, TX / Availability: Decent (Arriving Friday)

Brouwerij Verhaeghe Duchese Cherry – Duchesse Cherry is a blend of 1- and 2-year-old Duchesse de Bourgogne with local, sour cherries added to the maturing beer. The malt beverage is aged in oak casks, and utilizing whole cherries from the Limburg region of Belgium, as opposed to cherry syrup that is sometimes used in cherry beer production, Duchesse Cherry truly lives up to its name. 6.8% ABV / Vichte, West-Vlaanderen Belgium / Decent

Brazos Valley Pancho & Lefty Mixed 6pks – Three cans each of their El Dorado and Amarillo SMaSH IPAs. Varied ABV / Brenham, TX / Availability: Good (Arriving Friday)

Martin House Luby’s Lemon Icebox – Lemon Sour with Graham Cracker and Lactose. 5.2% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Decent (Arriving Friday)

Martin House Caballo Blanco – Creamy Cinnamon Horchata Ale. 7.4% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Decent (Arriving Friday)

Dogfish Head Dragons and YumYums – A music collaboration of epic proportions with The Flaming Lips, this lip smackingly tart pale ale is brewed with dragonfruit, yumberry, passion fruit, pear juice and black carrot juice for an explosion of fruit in every sip! 6.5% ABV / Milton, DE / Availability: Good

Dogfish Head Super Eight – A sessionable super gose brewed with a bevy of heroic ingredients: prickly pear, mango, boysenberry, blackberry, raspberry, elderberry, kiwi juices, toasted quinoa and an ample addition of red Hawaiian sea salt! These unique ingredients give this beer a vibrant red color, with delicious flavors of berries and watermelon, along with a slightly tart – yet refreshing – finish. 5.3% ABV / Milton, DE / Availability: Decent

Green Flash West Coast IPA – Made with five different hops for complex layers of pine, floral, & ripe citrus aromas. 7% ABV / San Diego, CA / Availability: Decent

Samuel Smith Organic Lager – Brewed with great care using only organic malted barley, organic hops, medium-soft water and a bottom-fermenting yeast; matured at low temperatures to bring out its delicate flavour and soft hop-character finish. 5% ABV / Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, England / Availability: Good

3 Nations Devout – Marzipan pale stout. 8.5% ABV / Farmer’s Branch, TX / Availability: Good

903 Down with the Pastriarchy – Strawberry Shortcake Cream Ale Collaboration with their friends from Mom’s Baker. 5% ABV / Sherman, TX / Availability: Decent

Odell Hammer Chain – A Double IPA brewed with meticulously sourced, vibrant American hop varieties and packed with notes of drippy tropical fruit, radiant peach, and sweet stonefruit. 8% ABV / Fort Collins, CO / Availability: Decent

Ommegang For the Throne – Golden ale co-fermented with Pinot Grigio and Viogner grape juice. 9.5% ABV / Cooperstown, NY / Availability: Decent

New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website

Blue Owl Tropical Brut – Dry ale with passion fruit and guava .7% ABV / Austin, TX

Tupps Full Grown Man-Child – Full Grown Man-Child is an easy-drinking breakfast stout with coffee, chocolate and oats. 8.3% ABV / McKinney, TX

Bishop Apple Pineapple – Wonderful flavor, super smooth, not overly sweet, perfectly crisp. It’s more apple-y than pineapple-y. 5% ABV / Dallas, TX

Live Oak Kleinesbier – A small beer with a sizable hop bouquet combining our favorite noble Czech and German hops, a lager beer that is as light as it is flavorful. 3.2% ABV / Austin, TX

Family Business Dunkel – This ruby-hued lager may appear daunting, but don’t let looks fool you. Displaying malt flavors of cocoa, pastry, and pumpernickel, all the while maintaining a remarkably light body and easygoing disposition. 5% ABV / Dripping Springs, TX

Saint Arnold Summer Pils – A true bohemian-style pilsner. Crisp and refreshing, this beer is perfect for a hot summer day. 4.9% ABV / Houston, TX

St. Elmo Carl – A Pale Golden Beer – Full-flavored yet very drinkable. Perfectly refreshing for the 8-month Texas Summer. German Pilsner malt, Tettnanger Hops, and clean Kolsch yeast come together in graceful harmony to make the perfect everyday beer. 4.6% ABV / Austin, TX 

This Week’s Specials

  • Brewery and Cidery of the Month! Community’s Mosaic IPA, Witbier, Citra Slice and Texas Lager for $6.99. Then Bishop’s Crack Berry, Dark Cide, and Apple Pineapple for $6.99! All month!
  • WhichCraft Happy Hour is now every gul-durned day from 4-6pm. Come and check the big board for current specials.

Parking at WhichCraft Mueller. The garage behind us on McBee is free to use.

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