Tickets to WhichCraft Road Trip #2 Now Available! Plus New Beers.

Tickets to our 2nd WhichCraft Road Trip are now available! We picked three of our favorite local breweries to visit – Oasis TX, Infamous & Save the World. Details on the event, timing, pricing & what’s included can be found in the link here. The event happens to be on Valentine’s Day but it is NOT a V-day themed event in any way. Everyone is welcome! It’ll be a great time… join us!

Free Tastings 6-8pm

Thursday, February 5th

New Revolver rep Jeremy Toledo will be here sampling out the brand new Sidewinder pale ale that just landed today! See details of the beer below. We’ll also sample the Bock & Blonde ale as well.

New Beers This Week

Back in stock: Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout, Guadalupe Apple Pie Texas Honey ale, Argus Cidery 2013 Perennial, Odell Fernet Aged Porter, Great Divide Hercules 4 packs, Great Divide Yeti 4 packs, New Braunfels Black Fury & Les Fleurs du Mal. Also, plenty more Prairie Funky Gold Amarillo in stock!

Revolver Sidewinder Pale Ale – Revolver’s fourth offering in bottles is the very unique Sidewinder pale ale that is brewed with agave nectar, citrus, maize, spices and is dry hopped with citra hops. Refreshing & delicious. 6% ABV/Granbury, TX/Beer Advocate 82/Quantity: Plenty in stock

Sierra Nevada/Ballast Point Beer Camp Hoppy Lager – Last summer, Sierra Nevada collaborated with 12 US breweries and put out an incredibly unique 12 pack called Beer Camp. This year, they bring back the Imperial Pale Lager recipe that was the Ballast Point Collaboration. Crisp, hoppy & tasty. 7% ABV/Chico, CA/Ratebeer 96/Quantity: Plenty in stock

Uncle Billy’s & Christine Celis Gypsy Collaboration – Christine Celis is now with 78704 brewpub Uncle Billy’s and her latest Gypsy collaboration is very unique stylistically: a cold brew coffee-infused Belgian Dubbel Porter. While that combo may sound like it could be confusing, Christine & Trevor from UB’s actually pull it off incredibly well. Fruity Belgian esters play with the roasted malt and the coffee adds an astringent punch. We highly recommend this one! In 4 packs. 6.6% ABV/Austin, TX/Quantity: Plenty in stock

Founders Black Rye – This beer will surprise you with a big hop flavor and a toasty sweet aroma. Pours black from the chocolate and de-bitterized black rye malts. This ale is medium bodied and is well flavored with hints of toffee, nutty undertones and a dry crisp finish. This beer even has its own Untapped badge! 7.5% ABV/Grand Rapids, MI/Ratebeer 98/Quantity: Plenty in stock

Great Divide Espresso Oak Aged Yeti – Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout is a new addition to the Yeti clan. A generous infusion of Denver’s own Pablo’s espresso adds yet another layer of complexity to this beer, combining with the vanilla oak character, intense roasty maltiness and bold hop profile. 9.5% ABV/Denver, CO/Ratebeer 100/ Quantity: Plenty in stock

Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #15 Imperial Stout – DR15 has a rich malty body full of coffee and chocolate flavors and a spiciness derived from the combination hops and high alcohol. It was brewed with a variety of malts including 2 row pale, crystal, chocolate and roasted barley. It was hopped with Nugget, Willamette and Centennial. 10.1% ABV/Houston, TX/Beer Advocate 92/Quantity: Decent amount in stock

Texas Keeper Cider Weizen – The goal with TX Keeper’s latest release Ciderweizen was to marry the underlying pear and green apple notes from the Crispin and lemon-grapefruit of the Goldrush apples to the floral and spicied notes of old world Wit Beers and German style Hefeweizens. Ciderweizen is dry hopped, unfiltered, finished with a lively effervescence, and naturally gluten free. Notes of lemon, pear, coriander, cloves, hallertau hops with lingering orange peel on the finish. 7.3% ABV/Austin, TX

Ranger Creek Bourbon Barrel Imperial Brown* – Arriving Friday is the first release in Ranger Creek’s new bourbon barrel program. This Imperial Brown ale boasts loads of sweet caramel and toffee notes balanced with roasted malts and a rich creaminess. After maturing in first-fill bourbon barrels, the base beer has taken on some undertones of vanilla, earthy tobacco and an alcohol warmth. The characteristics of the bourbon barrel compliment the flavors of the imperial brown ale to create layers of depth for a complex monster of a beer. 10.9% ABV/San Antonio, TX/No ratings yet/Quantity: Plenty *arriving Friday

Seguin Honey Pecan Cream Ale – We’re excited to launch Seguin Brewing here in Austin. Their first release is a bomber of cream ale that is brewed with Texas pecans and honey. It’s bottle conditioned and has a slightly sweet but roasty flavor. Try the newest local brewery to hit Austin! 6.6% ABV/Seguin, TX/No ratings yet

SanTan Mr Pineapple – This one first launched last summer but it’s back in stock for the first time since then. Pale wheat beer brewed with natural pineapple juice. 5% ABV/Chandler, AZ/Beer Advocate 78

Brooklyn Sorachi Ace 4 packs – Brooklyn’s popular saison dry hopped with sorachi ace hops is now in 4 packs and singles! Crisp, dry & unfiltered with a bright lemon zest aroma. 7.6% ABV/Brooklyn, NY/Ratebeer 98

Lagunitas Imperial Stout  Made with Highly roasted malted barley, and plenty of it, to give the beer an uncommon richness and smoky, roasty depth. Hoppy just like everything from Lagunitas. 9.9% ABV/Petaluma, CA/Ratebeer 93/Quantity: Plenty in stock

Brooklyn Dry Irish Stout – Brooklyn Dry Stout is a bold, reddish-black Irish-style stout, rich in color but low in alcohol and very drinkable. The dark colors results from brewing with roasted malts, lending Brooklyn Dry Stout a chocolate/coffee-like flavor with a bit of an espresso bite.  4.7% ABV/Brooklyn, NY/Beer Advocate 81

Great Divide Orabelle – This Belgian-style tripel is a golden beauty. Its two yeast strains, orange peel, and dash of corriander impart suprising complexity and richness to this delicate ale. 8.3% ABV/Denver, CO/Ratebeer 89

Saint Arnold Spring Bock – An authentic, German-style Bock, celebrating the coming of spring. This strong, deeply flavored lager has been aged to create a smooth, malty taste with a hint of sweetness. A light addition of German hops balances the malt flavor. 6.4% ABV/Houston, TX/Beer Advocate 82

Naughty Brewing Zijden Kousen – The latest release from Adelbert’s sales rep’s James Vaello’s side project Naughty Brewing, this one is a Belgian IPA in a cork and cage 750mL bottle. Fruitiness from the Belgian esters are complemented by the aggressive hop usage. 8.2% ABV/Austin, TX/Beer Advocate 81/ Quantity: Plenty in stock

Sixpoint Beast Mode Porter – Beast moooooode! Jody is a big Seahawks fan so naturally this will be the go-to Sunday beer for the big game. Beast Mode pours chocolate lab with ruby highlights. The nose is downright beastly – coffee, roast, hops, caramel. The texture is medium bodied with roasted bitterness upfront on the tongue, followed by sweet toffee and malt on the tail end. The beer finishes dry without any lingering bitterness. Go Hawks! 6.4% ABV/Brooklyn, NY/Beer Advocate 81 but who cares!/Quantity: Limited

Sixpoint Hi-Res Double IPA – Sixpoint’s most aggressively hopped ale, this one is a beast. 10.5% and big, resiny, piney & bitter. Comes in 4 pack skinny cans. 11.1% ABV/Brooklyn, NY/Ratebeer 97

Big Sky Ivan the Terrible Imperial Stout – This is Big Sky’s annual most sought after release. It comes in 4 pack matte black bottles and the beer matches the look. It’s a big, roasty Russian Imperial Stout with aroma and flavor balanced well between esters of dried fruit and roasted cocoa.  9.5% ABV/Missoula, MT/Ratebeer 97

Karbach Barn Burner Saison – Karbach’s first seasonal release of 2015 is a 6 pack of saison with grapefruit, orange & lemon peel and coriander added. Citrusy, refreshing and spicy. 6.5% ABV/Houston, TX/Beer Advocate 83

Rahr Snowmageddon Oatmeal Stout – Brewed to commemorate the snow-filled collapsed roof Rahr & Sons Brewing experienced in 2010, this oatmeal stout is rich, roasty and bold, yet smooth-bodied, featuring dark coffee aromas and semi-sweet chocolate flavors with a creamy body and a semi-dry finish. 9% ABV/Fort Worth, TX/Ratebeer 96

Grapevine Nightwatch Oatmeal Stout – The latest 6 pack can release from Grapevine, Nightwatch is a blend of oatmeal and roasted barley at just the right temperature gives this stout its full bodied mouthfeel and creamy finish. Hopped with American Centennial and Cascade hops, this beer is smooth and roasty. 6.3% ABV/Farmers Branch, TX/No Ratings yet

Austin Eastciders Texas Honey Cider – The latest release from Eastciders is a 4 pack can their blended vintage bittersweet apples that is then back sweetened with Texas honey. 5% ABV/Austin, TX/No ratings yet

Clown Shoes Hammer of the Holy – Hammer of the Holy, an American Imperial Stout aged in 40-year old Jamaican rum barrels, incorporates holy water, signature dark malts, and smoked malt. Dark and delicious! 11% ABV/Ispwich, MA/Beer Advocate 93

Ballast Point Sea Monster – The flavors of roasted coffee and bittersweet chocolate are complemented by a velvety smoothness from the addition of un-malted barley and oats. Columbus and Amarillo hops help to balance out the huge malt character of this flavor bomb. 10% ABV/San Diego, CA/Ratebeer 98

Weekend Tastings, 6-8pm


Ranger Creek Bourbon Barrel Imperial Brown

Austin Eastciders Texas Honey Cider

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp IPL

Grapevine Night Watch Oatmeal Stout


Seguin Honey Pecan Cream Ale

Karbach Barn Burner Saison

Cedar Creek Fisticuffs Barley Wine

Uncle Billy’s Gypsy Collaboration Belgian Coffee Porter Dubbel

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