Our Real Ale Brewery of The Month Deal Merrily Rolls Along!

Here at WhichCraft, when y’all speak, we listen — even if your speech is a little slurred at times. The demand for our October Brewery of the Month deal has been incredible. So much so that we’re going to keep it going through November. There’s still time to enjoy FOUR delightful $6.99 six-pack options! Looking for a light porch pounder? Look no further than either the crisp Hans’ Pilsner or classic Fireman’s #4 Blonde. More of a hop head? We have the Axis IPA’s bright, citrus flavors in abundance. Want to take your craft game to the next level? Try the demonically delicious Devil’s Backbone Tripel (at 8.1%, this sixer ain’t for the faint of heart). Think you’re up to the challenge? Stop by our Mueller Taproom and find out–and grab a pour of something tasty while you’re at it.

Hoppy Holidays y’all! As November brings delightfully chilly temperatures, we’re continuing to sell Advent Calendars! Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a unique, 24-beer assortment– hand-picked by our knowledgeable staff and guaranteed to inspire cheer all December long!  Don’t forget, when calendars are available for pick up mid-November, two lucky (completely random) customers will receive deluxe calendars, featuring an assortment of beers worth over DOUBLE the sales price of $100. Pre-order your calendar in-store or via phone (payment accepted upfront and credit card can be taken over the phone). Order now, spots will fill up fast!

WhichCraft is a featured retail partner of The Austin Ale Trail – a passport booklet that includes all 45 breweries with taprooms in the greater Austin area in one novelty guide. The passport features information on the brewery and interactive journaling options as well. Visit more breweries and collect more stamps in your passport and then redeem for merchandise. Stop into Whichcraft to purchase the $5 passport or visit www.atxaletrail.com.

New Beers This Week

Back in stock:  Left Hand Fade To Black

Brooklyn Chocolate Stout – Within this Russian imperial stout you’ll find a dark chocolate aroma and flavor achieved through the artful blending of six malts and three distinct mashes. 10% ABV / Brooklyn, NY / Availability: Good

Lakewood Texas Porter– Complex but easy going. Lakewood used Texas malts to create this roasty Porter.  5.46 % ABV / Garland, TX / Availability: Good

Victory Fizzy Bizness Brut IPA– Brewed exquisitely with sultry hops and special ingredients, this fruity and dry IPA work elegant and tropical notes that sparkle like bubbly and drink like champagne. 7.1% ABV / Downington, PA/ Availability: Good

Jester King Kollaborationsbier– a Farmhouse Saison collaboration between Jester King and Live Oak. Kollaborationsbiermittschechischemhopfenundwilderbakterienhefekombination (or Kollaborationsbier for short) literally means “collaboration beer with Czech hops, wild yeast, and bacteria” in German. 4.2% ABV / Austin, TX / Availability: Good

Lone Pint 667 – An American India Pale Ale; orange nectar with a frothy white head; light malt body; seriously chocked full of hop flavor and aroma with notes of grapefruit, peach, & honey.  6.67% ABV / Magnolia, TX / Availability: Decent

Odd Side Hazel’s Nuts–  This complex coffee stout aged in bourbon barrels provides mouth-watering vanilla, oak, whiskey, chocolate and espresso flavors along with toasted hazelnuts are rich and pleasant on the tongue. 11% ABV / Grand Haven, MI/ Availability: Good

Odd Side Nut Bandit–  Imperial Brown ale with Hazelnut. 9.25% ABV / Grand Haven, MI / Availability: Good

Odd Side Citra Pale Ale–  Odd Side’s flagship beer which is brewed exclusively with Citra hops. The aroma is an intoxicating bouquet of grapefruit, tropical fruit, lemon, and pine. 5.75% ABV / Grand Haven, MI / Availability: Decent

Odd Side 2 Cats in the Wall–  Double NE Style IPA. 10% ABV / Grand Haven, MI / Availability: Decent

Odd Side Dank Juice–  Low bitterness gives way to juicy hops and a smooth, creamy, hazy beer.  7% ABV / Grand Haven, MI / Availability: Decent

Odd Side Double Boysenberry Fruitsicle–  Juicy, fruity, imperial ale brewed with lactose.  Brewed with boysenberries, blackberries, and black currant. 6.75% ABV / Grand Haven, MI / Availability: Decent

New Beers on Draft at WhichCraft Taproom

Full Draft List Available on our Website

Family Business AuroraFresh bread aroma and a creamy honey graham cracker flavor blend harmoniously with a bright and crisp hop finish, resulting in a remarkably balanced and seductive lager. 5.1% ABV / Austin, TX

Bishop Light Cide –  a session cider, easy on the ABV’s, calories, sugar, and carbs, but big on flavor.  4% ABV / Dallas, TX

Whitestone Velvet Nunchucks – Classic British Brown Ale. 6.8% ABV / Cedar Park, TX

Vista Merriwether– A classic German hefe featuring dewberry & dandelion blossoms, plus fragrant elderberry. 4.5% ABV / Austin, TX

St. Elmo Carl– German Pilsner malt, Tettnanger Hops, and clean Kolsch yeast come together in graceful harmony to make the perfect everyday beer.  Kolsch takes the best parts of the ale and lager worlds and puts them into one amazing sip. White wine ester and a sharp lager-esque bite combine to make your mouth happy. 4.5% ABV / Austin, TX

Zilker Run It BackHazy Pale, tropical, crusher. 5.3% ABV / Austin, TX

Brazos Valley Greetings From Brenham -Greetings From Brenham is crisp and dry IPA (like champagne) with loads of Citra and Mosaic hops. 6.5% ABV / Austin, TX

Lone Pint Yellow RoseA SMaSH, Single Malt, and Single Hop, IPA using a caboodle (the technical term for a large amount of malt) of malt and a new hop released in 2012 called Mosaic (HBC 369). 6.8% ABV / Magnolia, TX

This Week’s Specials

  • It’s our October Brewery of the Month– In November! Six-Packs from Real Ale, including their Devil’s Backbone, Axis IPA, and Fireman’s #4, are still just $6.99.
  • WhichCraft Happy Hour: Mueller’s favorite afternoon activity, 4-6pm. Check the big board for our latest specials.

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

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