In(dependence) like a Lion

Flip over the next page in that hunky firemen calendar, we’re on to March, baby. This means a new Brewery of the Month, and we’re happy to reveal that it’s Austin’s own Independence Brewing! And even better, we have two different offers. First, Cowboys from Helles, Power & Light, and Austin Amber will be $6.99/6pk; then, we’re offering Stash, Liberty Lunch, and Red Bud for $7.99/6pk.

Then, don’t miss our event with Community Brewing at Mueller on Friday, 3/2. Along with the usual Buy the Beer, Keep the Glass special, we’ll have Oaked Mosaic and Public Enemy #1 on tap. The latter is their award-winning Public Ale aged for 5 months in California White Burgundy barrels with three Brettanomyces strains and tart cherries. It’ll run from 5-8, don’t miss it.

Finally, we have something fun planned for Saturday at Lamar. First, we’ll be sampling some of New Belgium’s beers: their Tartastic and Voodoo Ranger Hazy IPA. But because we also like to kick it old school, we sample of the beers of old Belgium. Or, well, current Belgium: Cuvee Jacobins Rouge and Tripel Karmeliet. New Belgium, old Belgium. Get it? Yeah, you get it. Now just don’t miss it.

Free Tastings at WhichCraft South Lamar – All 5-7pm Except Where Noted

Thursday, March 1st
Houston’s own Saint Arnold visits Lamar to pour samples of Divine Reserve 18, Orange Show, Raspberry AF, and Pub Crawl

Friday, March 2nd
We pull some bottles off the shelves to have ourselves a custom tasting and ask, “Why can’t beers be fun again?” Our answer to that? Aventinus Eisbock, Left Hand Chai Milk Stout, Blue Owl Dapper Devil, and Save the World Coconut Lux Mundi.

Saturday, March 3rd
A New Belgium/old Belgium tasting: first, NB’s Tartastic and Voodoo Ranger Hazy IPA. Then sample some true Belgian imports with Cuvee Jacobins Rouge and Tripel Karmeliet. 

Wednesday, March 7th
There’s a beer on our shelf we want you to try: Wild Bunch Brewing’s Red Rock Wild IPA. And lucky you, you can if you come by today.

Thursday, March 8th
We have a fun lineup with Community tonight. Along with their Mosaic and Oaked Mosaic IPAs, we’ll also sample their brand new Brett’s Get It On, a funky IPA.

 Special Events at WhichCraft Tap Room in Mueller

Friday, March 2nd
5-8pm: As mentioned above, it’s a Community BTBKTG even with Oaked Mosaic and Public Enemy #1. We’ll also offer some of their other canned goodies, too.

community beer at whichcraft

Wednesday, March 7th
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: Bell’s Oarsman, Stone Scorpion Bowl (Mueller), Lagunitas Cappucino Stout (Mueller), Aventinus Eisbock

Left Hand Chai Milk Stout – Creamy, chocolate, tea, vanilla cream, and brown sugar flavors. 6% ABV / Longmont, CO / Availability: Good

Real Ale Grapefruit Gose – A slightly sour wheat beer, it’s known for hints of coriander and a unique saltiness that is derived from the local water source. As a twist on the original, they add fresh grapefruit juice to their version after fermentation. The result is a delightfully tart and refreshing beer to help you slug it out with even the hottest of Texas summers. 4.4% ABV / Blanco, TX / Availability: Good / SoLa Only

Founders Solid Gold (cans) – A drinkable premium lager brewed with the highest quality ingredients. 4.4% ABV / Grand Rapids, MI / Availability: Good

Firestone Walker SucabaBig, boozy, bourbon and American oak aromas combined with soft, chocolate, malty undertones. Complex malt flavors framed in oak, with hints of dark chocolate, vanilla, tobacco, coconut, and just a touch of dark cherry. 13% ABV / Paso Robles, CA / RateBeer 100 / Availability: Very Limited / SoLa Only

Austin Eastciders Ruby Red Grapefruit -A refreshing and slightly tart cider made with heirloom bittersweet apples, American dessert apples and Ruby Red Grapefruit from the Texas Rio Grande Valley. 5% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Good (Arriving Friday)

Firestone Walker Lupulin Distortion No. 009 – Revolution No. 009 is a showcase for five “public domain” hops from the United States and Germany, offering a fresh twist on some not-so-familiar favorites. The lead hops include two varieties from the Pacific Northwest – one that provides exotic tropical notes, & another that offers a balance of earthy pine and citrus qualities. The German hops round out the blend with a dimension of bright fruitiness. 5.9% ABV / Paso Robles, CA / Availability: Decent

Tupps Full Grown Scallywag – This big, roasty, beefy, imperial stout is made even better with huge helpings of toasted coconut and vanilla. 12.1% ABV / McKinney, TX / Availability: Good

Martin House Eagle Mountain Pilsner – A more traditional style of beer, Eagle Mountain is everything you’d want in a sessionable brew. It has a slightly sweet taste, cause by the single use of two row malts and then a nice crisp bitterness on the backend from the addition of Czech Saaz hops. 5.2% ABV / Fort Worth, TX / Availability: Good

Knee Deep Lupulin River (cans) – This Double IPA includes Mosaic and Simcoe hops, South American specialty malt, and tons of tastiness. Looks like liquid gold, smells like a bright tropical fruit pine forest, and tastes like all that and more. 8% ABV / Auburn, CA / RateBeer 98 / Availability: Decent 

Texas Beer Co Hoppy Duck IPA – Combines El Dorado, Citra, Falconers’ Flight, and Cascade hops for a bright and delicious tasting IPA that pays tribute to their hometown Taylor Ducks. 6.5% ABV / Taylor, TX / Availability: Good

Texas Beer Co Blackland Porter – A solid porter with roasty notes. 5.6% ABV / Taylor, TX / Availability: Good

Texas Beer Co King Grackle Stout – Black, rich, and roasty. 7.5% ABV / Taylor, TX / Availability: Good

Noble Rey B.A. Baracus Brown – Spawned from the English Brown Ale, their American version uses some of the best American ingredients. This beer hits you with a robust mix of roasted malt flavor, full body and balanced hop bitters. 6% ABV / Dallas, TX / Availability: Good

Clown Shoes Moon Bear (16oz cans) – Milk stout brewed with Vietnamese dark roast coffee. 7% ABV / Ipswich, MA / Availability: Good / Mueller Only (Arriving Friday)

Clown Shoes ‘Nillionaire – English style barley wine ale aged in rum barrels with vanilla added. 11% ABV / Ipswich, MA / Availability: Decent  / Mueller Only (Arriving Friday)

Oasis Ca Phe –  Milk stout with Vietnamese coffee. 6% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Decent

New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website


Zilker Heavenly Daze – This heavily dry-hopped IPA has loads of Mosaic powder, Citra hops, and Simcoe powder. This hop blend is best described as “Dank Citrus.” 6.8% ABV / Austin, TX

Austin Beerworks Flavor Country – This hoppy pale ale joins their year-round lineup this month, but get it on tap before that happens. It’s good, y’all! 5.8% ABV / Austin, TX

Copperhead Feeding Frenzy – A hazy, double-dry-hopped, double IPA. They use massive amounts of Apollo, Comet, Citra, and Amarillo hops to achieve Feeding Frenzy’s intense blast of juicy citrus and tropical hop flavors. 8% ABV / Conroe, TX

Live Oak Roggenbier – Roggenbier means ‘rye beer.’ Designed to highlight rye malt’s unique contribution to brewing, this beer features a cloudy appearance and a refreshing tartness. The beer is lightly hopped, and fermented with a special German ale yeast that after cold conditioning yields a restrained fruitiness that compliments the spice of rye. Roggenbier is crisp, complex and deliciously refreshing. 4.7% ABV / Austin, TX 

This Week’s Specials

  • Make sure to pick up six packs of Independence, our March Brewery of the Month. We’ll be offering their Power & Light, Austin Amber, and Cowboys from Helles for $6.99, and their Stash, Red Bud, and Liberty Lunch for $7.99 all month.
  • Six packs of Copperhead’s Bite Me are on sale for $4.99.

South Lamar Dad Joke

  • What’s blue and tastes like red paint?         Blue paint.

Mueller Specials

  • WhichCraft Happy Hour is now every gul-durned day from 4-6pm!

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

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