Brazos Valley and Roughhouse Brewing Back-to-Back

Feeling funky? So are we! Friday, April 19, Roughhouse Brewing visits to feature their Sordid Nature Black Saison on tap. But before that, on Thursday 4/18, we have Brazos Valley in for their Gettin’ By Salted Caramel Porter and Lefty IPA. Hoo boy.

Finally, 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! 


 Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room

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.

Friday, April 19th
5-8pm: We have some of that funky funky stuff from San Marcos when Roughhouse drops by to feature their Sordid Nature Black Saison on tap, along with samples of their bottles.


New Beers This Week

Back In Stock: Spindletap 5% Tint, Pegasus City Nine Volt, Avery Bug Zapper

Against the Grain Retitled Pils – This classic pilsner puts the power in power-bomb! 5% ABV / Louisville, KY / Availability: Good

Veltins Gravensteiner – Munich Dunkel lager. 5.2% ABV / Meschede, Germany / Availability: Good

Martin House Bubble Haze IPA – Hazy bubblegum milkshake IPA. 7.3% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Limited

Odell Mountain Standard – Hand-selected, modern American hop varieties build layers of complex hop flavors with juicy, tropical notes and bold, vibrant aromas. 6.5% ABV / Fort Collins, CO / Availability: Good

New Belgium Passion Fruit Kolsch – Traditional Kolsch brewed with passion fruit juice and tropical American hops. 4% ABV / Fort Collins, CO / Availability: Good (Arriving Friday)

Independence Red Bud Cucumber – Cucumber Redbud douses your thirst like water coolers douse football coaches. The recipe is simple: brew our tart and lemony Redbud, add fresh distilled cucumber, and let the cooling magic begin. The result is a GABF award-winning, michelada enhancing, destroyer of all that is unquenched. 4.3% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Decent (Arriving Friday)

Roughtail Anniversary IPA – This NEIPA has a full creamy body and is loaded with citrus, stone fruit, and passionfruit, thanks to a generous dry hop of Galaxy, Simcoe, and Mosaic. 7.7% ABV / Oklahoma City, OK / Availability: Limited (Arriving Friday)

Roughhouse Sordid Nature – Dark saison with all English malts to provide a rich body with subtle roast aroma and a warming finish. 8.8% ABV / San Marcos, TX

Buffalo Bayou Dreamsicle – A blonde ale deepened with bright orange and sumptuous vanilla. Orange and vanilla complement each other perfectly resulting in a light-bodied refreshing treat to beat the Texas heat. 6% ABV / Houston, TX / Availability: Decent (Arriving Friday)


New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website

Brazos Valley Gettin’ By – Salted caramel porter goodness. 6% ABV / Brenham, TX

Brazos Valley Lefty – El Dorado SMaSH hazy IPA. 6.7% ABV / Brenham, TX

Bell’s Official – This Hazy IPA is double dry-hopped (a combination of Mosaic, Citra, Azacca, Amarillo and El Dorado hops), resulting in complex peach, stone fruit and tropical notes with a dry finish and balanced bitterness. 6.4% ABV / Comstock, MI

Roughhouse Sordid Nature – Dark saison with all English malts to provide a rich body with subtle roast aroma and a warming finish. 8.8% ABV / San Marcos, TX

Celis Waller Kriek – A collaboration with Easy Tiger benefiting the Waller Creek Conservancy. A Belgian-style cherry lambic. 5% 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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