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March 2017

Brewing Good: Impact MS Now

March 12 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Taproom at Lakewood Brewing Co., 2302 Executive Dr.
Garland, TX 75041 United States
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Here at Lakewood, we believe in community, being good neighbors, and supporting those who support us. It's why we host our own weekly charity events that we've deemed Brewing Good. $1 from every pint sold in our Taproom during our Brewing Good Sundays will benefit a charitable organization, some national and some in the local Dallas/Ft. Worth area. For the month of March, we're doing our part to support Multiple Sclerosis awareness. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling…

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Brewing Good: Impact MS Now

March 19 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Taproom at Lakewood Brewing Co., 2302 Executive Dr.
Garland, TX 75041 United States
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Here at Lakewood, we believe in community, being good neighbors, and supporting those who support us. It's why we host our own weekly charity events that we've deemed Brewing Good. $1 from every pint sold in our Taproom during our Brewing Good Sundays will benefit a charitable organization, some national and some in the local Dallas/Ft. Worth area. For the month of March, we're doing our part to support Multiple Sclerosis awareness. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling…

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Brewing Good: Impact MS Now

March 26 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Taproom at Lakewood Brewing Co., 2302 Executive Dr.
Garland, TX 75041 United States
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Here at Lakewood, we believe in community, being good neighbors, and supporting those who support us. It's why we host our own weekly charity events that we've deemed Brewing Good. $1 from every pint sold in our Taproom during our Brewing Good Sundays will benefit a charitable organization, some national and some in the local Dallas/Ft. Worth area. For the month of March, we're doing our part to support Multiple Sclerosis awareness. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling…

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  • All Call®

    Style: Kölsch

    ABV: 5%

    IBU: 25

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.050

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Stange at 40°–45°

    If you stop by our taproom, chances are you'll run into the law. That's because we've become a favorite all call destination for our community's finest, local police and firefighters, when they're out of uniform. Naturally, they inspired a beer fit for heroes. All Call Kölsch is refreshingly light, courageous, and serves as a summons for both new and veteran craft beer drinkers alike. It's a beer that brings people together. A portion of the proceeds of All Call benefits the Guns & Hoses Foundation of North Texas, a non-profit organization providing aid to families of fallen first responders.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Bright aroma
    • Light, delicate body
    • Slightly fruity
    • Clean finish

    Pairs Well With: Monterey Jack, Brats & Dogs, First Responders

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  • The

    Temptress®

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (4-pk)

    Serve: Snifter at 50°–55°

    Va-va-voom! The Temptress is seduction in a glass. Curvy in all the right places, this Imperial Milk Stout pours with a thick, milk chocolate head. Chocolate and caramel malt give it a rich and complex body while the lower carbonation gives the beer a silky mouth feel. She’s voluptuous, with a soft alcohol warmth that grows deeper with every sip. Take your time with her and she’ll reward you.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Thick, rich milk chocolate head
    • Sweet Caramel notes
    • Touch of vanilla
    • Warm Complexity

    Pairs Well With: Robust Bleu Cheese, Dark Chocolate, Sin

    Awards:
    Bronze: Stout – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Other Strong Ale — 2015 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Texas Stout of the Year - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Sweet Stout - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold — 2013 World Beer Championships
    Best Beer — Dallas Observer 2013 Best of Dallas
    Best Beer in DFW from DFW.com (Star Telegram) 2013

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  • Lakewood Lager®

    Style: Vienna-Style Lager

    ABV: 4.6%

    IBU: 25

    SRM: 11

    OG: 1.047

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk/12-pk), 12oz can (6-pk/12-pk)

    Serve: Stein at 40°–45°

    Lakewood is more than a place. It's a state of mind. Old blends with new. Traditions hook up with fresh ideas. It's the same with our Lakewood Lager. We've taken old world Vienna-Style lager and reintroduced it to beer lovers. Subtle caramel aromas, a coppery pour and a light malty sweetness paired with noble hop bitterness set this beer apart. In with the old, in with the new.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Subtle caramel aroma
    • Light malty sweetness
    • Noble hop bitterness
    • Coppery pour

    Pairs Well With: Queso, Grilled Meats, Block Parties

    Awards:
    Silver: Marzen/Oktoberfest - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Silver: Vienna-Style Lager — 2015 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Vienna/Marzen Lager - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Hop Trapp

    Style: Belgian-Style India Pale Ale

    ABV: 6.4%

    IBU: 55

    SRM: 14

    OG: 1.060

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Belgian Goblet at 40°–45°

    We're no monks, but our Belgian-style IPA gives a tip of the hat to our divine brethren. Brewed with rich malt, noble hops, Trappist yeast and a kick of coriander, this is one complex beer. Rather than make a beer that's more of a dare to drink than a pleasure, balance was the priority here. We wanted a beer for "hop heads" and novices alike. Hop Trapp pours with a refined bitter backbone, floral hoppy notes and a decidedly Belgian finish. This brew is worthy of some serious contemplation.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rish Malt
    • Refined bitter backbone
    • Floral hoppy notes
    • Complexity from Trappist yeast

    Pairs Well With: Sharp Cheddar, Spicy Foods, Devotion

    Awards:
    Gold: India Pale Ale – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Belgian IPA/White IPA - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver - 2014 World Beer Championships

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  • Hopochondria®

    Style: Session IPA

    ABV: 4.6%

    IBU: 60

    SRM: 6

    OG: 1.047

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Spiegelau at 40°–45°

    So, you like hops. You really like hops. You dream about hops. You obsess about hops. You want to marry hops. Sounds like a classic case of Hopochondria, which is probably why you're attracted to this beer. Our session IPA is perfect for those who really dig the complexities of an IPA and want something more accessible. With five unique hop varieties, it boasts citrus, floral, and grassy notes. So go ahead and pop the top. Rest assured, it isn't all in your head.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Juicy citrus aroma
    • Big floral notes
    • Grassy, bitter backbone
    • Light, refreshing finish

    Pairs Well With: White Cheddar, Hot Wings, Your Mouth

    Awards:
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Session Beer - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Punkel®

    Season: Autumn (August - October)

    Style: Pumpkin Pie Dunkel

    ABV: 5.5%

    IBU: 23

    SRM: 19

    OG: 1.055

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Dimpled Mug at 45˚-50˚

    Is there a better fall treat than pumpkin pie? Nope, which is why there are so many pumpkin beers out there. But we prefer a beer that compliments a slice of pie rather than drinking a slice of pie, which is why ours is based on the classic dessert, not the gourd. Our twist: Punkel has no pumpkin. It's a dark, malty German lager enhanced by cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and ginger. Perfect for weather only Texans would consider "fall."

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dark copper hue
    • Toasted caramel malt
    • Pumpkin pie spicing
    • Light to medium body

    Pairs Well With: Smoked Gruyere, Turkey Legs, Food Comas

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  • Holiday Bonus®

    Season: Winter (November - January)

    Style: Robust Porter w/ chocolate and orange peel

    ABV: 6.6%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 31

    OG: 1.066

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Imperial Pint at 45˚-50˚

    The holidays are a time of good will, celebration, joy, and family. But to the extra lucky, they include a nice little monetary thank you for a year's worth of hard work. And so Holiday Bonus came to be. We want to reward you with a little unique taste of the holidays from where we come from. Brewed with stocking-stuffer flavors like chocolate and orange peel, this Robust Porter is both festive and delicious. Give yourself a bonus this winter, even if your boss hasn't.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Citrus peel aroma
    • Smooth, medium body
    • Bold, roasted malt
    • Semi-sweet, chocolate finish

    Pairs Well With: Camembert, Dessert Soufflé, Impulse Buying

    Awards:
    Bronze: Porter - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Till & Toil®

    Season: Spring (February - April)

    Style: Saison

    ABV: 7.1%

    IBU: 21

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.065

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Tulip at 45˚-50˚

    Whether tilling a field, toiling through the day, or simply enjoying a brunch on a shady patio, Texans know how to work up a thirst. Luckily, Till & Toil is here to help. Tropical fruit and citrus notes derived from Citra and Mosaic hops balance this thirst-quenching ale. Traditionally enjoyed by farmers after a long day laboring in the sun, saisons (French for "seasons") are the perfect reward for a hard day's work. Although to be honest, ours is a good reward for just about anything.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crisp and tart
    • Bright, juicy fruit esters
    • Tropical hop aroma
    • Effervescent, slightly dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Aged Fontina, Roast Chicken, Patio Weather

    Awards:
    Silver: French & Belgian Saison - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Bronze: French & Belgian-Style Saison - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold: French/Belgian-Style Ale - 2014 San Diego International Beer Festival

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  • Zomer® Pils

    Season: Summer (May - July)

    Style: Bohemian-Style Pilsner

    ABV: 4.8%

    IBU: 34

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.048

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Pilsner at 40˚-45˚

    In summer, Belgians head to the nearest beach, while Texans typically race towards the nearest source of shade. That's because the European sun is far friendlier than the fiery ball glowing over the Lone Star State. Combat the heat with our Zomer Pils. Brewed with Belgian pilsner malt and noble hops, this traditional pilsner is light, crisp, and refreshing. So let that sun keep on burning.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crystal clear, straw color
    • Bright, crisp body
    • Spicy bitterness
    • Clean, grassy finish

    Pairs Well With: Aged Gouda, Tex Mex, Air-Conditioning

    Awards:
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Pilsner - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver: Pilsner – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Pilsner - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Thread Spinner

    Released: October 2016 

    Style: Bourbon barrel-aged Barleywine

    ABV: 13.5%

    IBU: 90

    SRM: 20

    OG: 1.105

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

  • Collector Edition - 1 of 3
  • Threadspinner, the eighth release in our limited Legendary Series, is the first in a mini-series of three unique, wood-aged beers, inspired by the deities known as the 3 Fates. The Moirai sisters determined the lives and destinies of all, controlling the fates of both gods and mortals alike. The first sister, Clotho, spun the thread of life with her divine spindle, deciding one’s birth and death. Hence this robust, lively American Barleywine to kick off the series, aged in freshly-emptied bourbon barrels from our friends at Witherspoon Distillery. With the subsequent two releases coming next year, the idea is to collect all three for a vertical, showcasing the beautiful characteristics each beer possesses.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rich, caramel-like aroma
    • Intense, malty backbone
    • Full-bodied and chewy
    • Boozy, warming finish

    Pairs Well With: English Stilton cheese, Medjool dates, fig & walnut tart, rum raisin ice cream, or homemade pecan pie

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  • Troll Toll

    Released: June 2016 (No longer in production)

    Style: Double IPA

    ABV: 9.6%

    IBU: 116

    SRM: 8

    OG: 1.086

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Spiegelau at 45˚-50˚

    The seventh release in our limited Legendary Series® is inspired by a ridiculously bizarre tale involving a princess who falls in love with a boy, only to be denied by a greedy troll demanding a toll for the boy's soul. Action, romance, sweet karate moves, and some over-the-top production and musical numbers ensue, but to no avail as the princess eventually loses interest. This bitter, twisted tale influenced our hoppiest brew to date, a West Coast-style Double IPA with seven varieties of hops, including Simcoe, Amarillo, and Citra. It should appease even the most offensive trolls. It could very well make you a master of karate, too.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Tropical fruit aroma
    • Juicy citrus notes
    • Piney, resin backbone
    • Bitter finish that lasts

    Pairs Well With: Sharp bleu cheese, such as Stilton, smoked beef brisket, Cuban sandwich, assorted charcuterie, spicy crawfish boil, or homemade carrot cake.

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  • Saint Dymphna

    Released: June 2015 (No longer in production)

    Style: Belgian-style Tripel

    ABV: 8.6%

    IBU: 34

    SRM: 5

    OG: 1.085

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Chalice at 45˚-50˚

    The sixth release in our limited Legendary Series® is inspired by the patron saint of Geel, Belgium – the town our founder's grandmother still calls home. Saint Dymphna, known as the Lily of Ireland, had kindness and beauty that knew no match. In her youth, she escaped lecherous looks and ill-willed intentions and landed in Geel, where she devoted her life to helping the mentally ill. Unfortunately, her not-so-stable father tracked her down and insisted she return with him. She refused and was martyred instead, becoming the Belgian city's patron saint. We keep this story close to heart, as today the Chapel of Saint Dymphna stands near an ancient linden tree where our owner played as a child. The nearly 500 year old linden tree influenced the addition of linden flowers to the 8.6% alc/vol Belgian Tripel, adding a subtle bouquet to the complex flavor of the beautiful, golden-hued beer. A slight, tea-like, lemony characteristic complements the Belgian candi sugar and distinctive yeast we use. It's strong yet light and full of conviction, like the fair Saint Dymphna.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Slighty spicy aroma
    • Sweet, fruity esters
    • Light, malty body
    • Soft and creamy finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, ripened cheese, such as Brillat-Savarin, pesto pasta salad, Thai chicken satay, prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, baby clams, or warm peach cobbler.

    Awards:
    Gold: Belgian Tripel - 2015 US Open Beer Championship

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  • Bokkenrijders

    Released: October 2014 (No longer in production)

    Style: Doppelsticke Alt

    ABV: 8.5%

    IBU: 71

    SRM: 16

    OG: 1.088

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Stange at 45˚-50˚

    The fifth release in our Legendary Series® pays homage to the legend of the "bokkenrijders", or buck riders. The area around Limburg was an especially dangerous place to live in the 1700's. A large part of this was due to the fearsome bokkenrijders, a gang of criminals who became feared by many. Legend said they made a pact with the Devil himself, riding on the backs of flying goats through the night skies, terrorizing anyone who got in their way. They would rob and pillage many of the wealthier homes and churches in the area, leading to one of the bloodiest and cruelest "witch hunts" in history. The stories are as varied as they are ancient, which was perfect for our Doppelsticke Altbier. Meaning "double secret old beer", this malty ale is actually lagered for quite some time, giving it a smooth, complex drinkability paired with the delightfully rich, malty body. Then the hoppy bite grabs your attention, with a warming finish at the end. It's fearless like the phantoms of old, and is truly satisfying after an evening spent riding on the back of a buck.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Noble hop bouquet
    • Rich, malty sweetness
    • Earthy, floral bitterness
    • Clean smooth finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, creamy cheese, such as Camembert, wienerschnitzel, brats & sauerkraut, potato dumplings, pear fritters, or warm maple-walnut cake.

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  • A*******'* Revenge

    Released: March 2014 (No longer in production)

    Style: Belgian-Style Golden Ale w/ cherry wood-smoked malt

    ABV: 12.4%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 4

    OG: 1.107

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Munique at 50˚-55˚

    The fourth release in our Legendary Series® revisits the Belgian story of Brabo vs. a giant with a name that starts with an "A" (look it up), albeit in a reversal of roles. Brabo’s Cut, the first Legendary release, told the tale of a brave Roman soldier named Silvius Brabo and his heroic deeds. Growing tired of paying tolls to cross the river Scheldt, Brabo chopped off the hand of A*******, the menacing giant who guarded the bridge in the city of Antwerp, slaying him and collecting a mighty reward. Now centuries later, A******* is out for payback, bringing with him a fiery vengeance unlike any other. The antithesis of Brabo’s Cut, A*******'* Revenge is a traditional big, Belgian-Style Golden Ale, untraditionally brewed with a touch of cherry-wood smoked malt. At a hefty 12.4% ABV, it’s not for the faint of heart. Notes of sweet fruit and spicy esters come through in the aroma and initial taste, with wisps of smoke finishing on the palate. Revenge never tasted so sweet.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Sweet pear and honey
    • Slightly spicy bouquet
    • Full-bodied, effervescent
    • Faint smoky finish

    Pairs Well With: Triple-crème cheese, such as Saint-André, mussels & frites, grilled veal chop, Portobello salad, chicken tandoori, or flaky baklava.

    Awards:
    Gold: Smoked/Rauch Beer - 2014 US Open Beer Championship
    Silver - 2014 World Beer Championships

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  • Goatman™

    Released: September 2013 (No longer in production)

    Style: India Black Lager

    ABV: 9.3%

    IBU: 82

    SRM: 32

    OG: 1.090

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Nonick at 50˚-55˚

    The third release in our Legendary Series®, Goatman is quite a unique beer, similar to its namesake. It's inspired by the hairy and horned, territorial terror that is said to live around the White Rock Lake area. Legend has it that joggers, hikers and picnickers have been startled by this 7 ft. tall beast with a nasty attitude, dodging flying trash and even the occasional old tire. What better way to celebrate such a dark creature than with a dark creation of our own? This hybrid of a brew is a melding of a West Coast Black IPA and a German-style Schwarzbier, encompassing all of the sticky, dank, bitter bite you love, with a smooth, roasted, semi-sweet malt body balancing it all out. It's enough to curl your toes – or maybe your hooves.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dark as night
    • Bitter, dank, resin notes
    • Semi-sweet, roasted malt
    • Smooth, robust body

    Pairs Well With: Stanky, pungent cheese, Southern chicken fried steak, spicy chorizo, crawfish étouffée, or chocolate truffles

    Awards: 
    National Grand Champion: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • La Dame du Lac®

    Released: May 2013 (No longer in production)

    Style: Biere de Garde

    ABV: 7.5%

    IBU: 24

    SRM: 8

    OG: 1.074

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Tulip at 50˚-55˚

    The second release in our Legendary Series®, La Dame du Lac is our interpretation of a traditional biere de garde, or "kept beer." Malty sweetness, rustic farmhouse notes and a dry finish make this a fitting beer to enjoy now, or let age for further complexity. Commonly seen throughout northern France were the ghostly "dame blanche," or "white ladies," roaming the country side. This beer is a tribute to our very own "dame blanche," and one of the most well-known urban legends around east Dallas – the "Lady of White Rock Lake." Many midnight drivers have witnessed a strange woman, dressed in a soaked, long white dress, walking near the lake. She always asks for a ride home, as her car or boat has just sunk to the bottom. Obliged to help, the driver escorts her home in the back of their car, and upon arrival at the house, they turn around, only to find an empty, wet seat. They approach the house, and an older man or woman answers the door. They come to find out that the girl they just picked up was none other than the elderly person's daughter, who died in the lake many years before. So in her honor we toast this ghost, and hope she one day finds her way back home. But hurry, because like her many sightings, this beer is also known to suddenly disappear.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Semi-sweet honey malt
    • Fruity, grape must-like esters
    • Rustic, tart notes
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, pungent cheese such as Livarot, herb-roasted Cornish game hen, mushroom quiche, cold-smoked salmon, strawberry gelée

    Awards:
    Bronze: French/Belgian Ale - 2014 US Open Beer Championship

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  • Brabo's Cut

    Released: March 2013 (No longer in production)

    Style: Belgian-Style Dark Ale

    ABV: 9.4%

    IBU: 27

    SRM: 21

    OG: 1.095

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Belgian Chalice at 55˚-60˚

    The first release in our Legendary Series®, Brabo's Cut is a bold, complex Belgian-Style Dark Ale. Brewed with blessed water, it's rich with notes of brown sugar, figs, and sweet honey, compliments of the local, wildflower honey from our brewer's family hives. Inspired by how the Belgian city of Antwerp got its name, it tells the story of a Roman soldier named Silvius Brabo, the man who slayed the giant Druon Antigoon. Antigoon guarded a bridge over the river Scheldt, and demanded all travelers pay a toll to cross. If you didn't have the money, he would chop off your hand. Brabo, growing tired of these antics, decided to repay him in kind by chopping off Antigoon's own hand, slaying him, and throwing his hand into the river below. Thus the name Antwerp, or Antwerpen (Dutch for "to throw hand") was derived. Today we honor Brabo's heroism with these spoils of a job well done. A mighty reward that we share with you.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Sweet, wildflower honey
    • Rich brown sugar
    • Candied-fig notes
    • Belgian fruit esters

    Pairs Well With: Washed-Rind cheese, such as Époisses de Bourgogne, braised oxtail, roast duck, rack of lamb, crème brûlèe or a fresh fruit tart

    Awards:
    Bronze: Aged Beer - 2015 US Open Beer Championship

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  • French Quarter Temptress™

    Released: Third Quarter (Aug-Sept)

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ vanilla, bourbon barrel-aged coffee beans, and chicory

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    You don't have to hitch a ride to N'awlins for some Crescent City flavor. Our friends at Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters age green, Fair-Trade Certified™ Peruvian Cajamarca coffee beans in recently emptied bourbon barrels for months, then roast them to perfection. We slowly infuse the beans into our beer with a touch of chicory. You'll taste rich coffee, a hint of spice, and Fat Tuesday.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rich coffee aroma
    • Dark, bittersweet cocoa
    • Roasted marshmallow
    • Warm complexity

    Pairs Well With: Jambalaya, Creme Brûlée, Beignets, Voodoo Magic

    Awards:
    Silver: Coffee Beer — 2016 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Bean Beer - Winter 2016 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Sin Mint Temptress™

    Released: Fourth Quarter (November)

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ fresh mint, graham cracker, and natural flavors

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    This is our not-so-subtle homage to a sweet something that's hiding in our freezers. Harmonious flavors of fresh mint, vanilla, and a touch of graham cracker enhance the already rich chocolate profile of the beer. It's delightfully sinful, pleasurably minty, and tastes kind of like a really good cookie. We just won't say which one.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Fresh mint aroma
    • Rich mint chocolate
    • Baked cookies
    • Smooth, cooling finish

    Pairs Well With: Cookies, S'mores, Fudge, Guilty Pleasures

    Awards:
    Bronze: Experimental Beer — 2016 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Raspberry Temptress™

    Released: First Quarter (February)

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ fresh raspberries

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Love isn't just in the air. It's inside this bottle, and it tastes like chocolate and raspberries. That's because we took our decadent imperial milk stout and blend it with tart, Oregon raspberries to transform it into a luscious, Valentine's Day libation. What's not to love?

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Fruit-forward aroma
    • Fresh, tart raspberry
    • Rich, dark chocolate
    • Sweet finish

    Pairs Well With: Chocolate Soufflé, Fresh Berries, Cupid's Arrow

    Awards:
    Bronze: Fruit Beer – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Mole Temptress™

    Released: Second Quarter (May)

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ vanilla, chiles, cacao, and cinnamon

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Mole (pronounced moh-lay) is a traditional Mexican sauce made with a variety of ingredients including dried chiles and chocolate, flavors that beg to be paired with our seductive señorita. So we combine ancho, pasilla, guajillo, and chipotle peppers for spice; add 100% pure cacao; and toss in a touch of cinnamon for a bold, festive spin on our cerveza deliciosa.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Bold, complex aroma
    • Rich, spiced chocolate
    • Slight heat from chiles
    • Warming, sweet finish

    Pairs Well With: Tacos al Pastor, Beef Tamales, Baked Flan, Piñatas

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  • Bourbon Barrel Temptress™ (BBT)

    Released: Mid-December

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout aged in Oak Bourbon Barrels

    ABV: 11.3%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 34

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22 oz. bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Everything you love about The Temptress, but boozier and nicely-aged. You could say it's the "cougar" of milk stouts. We take our signature silky imperial milk stout and age it in freshly emptied oak bourbon barrels between 5-10 months. This maturation process instills a depth of flavor and warming touch that grows with each sip. Hints of burnt sugar, vanilla, oak, toffee, caramel, and roasted coffee intertwine for a boozy, dangerously smooth treat.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Smooth bourbon aroma
    • Sweet caramel and toffee notes
    • Touch of wood and vanilla
    • Warm complexity

    Pairs Well With: Salted caramel and dark chocolate

    Awards:
    Gold: Wood & Barrel-aged Strong Stout - 2016 San Diego International Beer Competition
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer - Winter 2016 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver: Wood & Barrel-aged Strong Stout - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer - Winter 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Gold – 2014 World Beer Championship

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  • Red Wine Barrel-Aged Till & Toil

    Released: Late Spring

    Style: Saison aged in various red wine barrels

    ABV: 8.2%

    IBU: 21

    SRM: 4

    OG: 1.065

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Large Wine Glass at 45˚-50˚

    Sometimes after a long day of work, not just any ol' saison will do. That's why we created this special treat to end those ever-lengthening spring days. We've taken our spring seasonal saison and aged it in various red wine barrels for a truly unique and tasty brew. It's a marriage of rustic and sophisticated. The farm just got a little touch of class

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crisp and tart
    • Rich tannin notes
    • Musty farmhouse quality
    • Smooth, slightly dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Farmhouse cheese, fresh pasta salad, grilled quail, cioppino, or a flaky apricot tart

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  • Wild Manimal

    Released:  Early November

    Style: American Wild Ale

    ABV: 8.9%

    IBU: 44

    SRM: 16

    OG: 1.069

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Tulip at 45˚-50˚

    This very limited, special release was first released in the fall of 2015 for North Texas Beer Week, and has quickly become a favorite. An American wild ale in its truest form, it's a feral beast that can't be tamed. We age this hoppy, farmhouse red ale for nearly a year in American oak barrels, then add a strain of Brettanomyces Drei, lending a highly aromatic, fruity funkiness to the beer. One last dry-hop adds a burst of citrus, thus making Wild Manimal a worthy adversary to hunt down.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Hop-forward aroma
    • Juicy, citrus tones
    • Horse blanket funkiness
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Funky cheese, meat on the bone, ferality

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  • Lion's Share I: Anniversary Ale

    Released: Early August 2013

    Style: Double Belgian-Style IPA with Brettanomyces aged in Bourbon Barrels

    ABV: 9.8%

    IBU: 102

    SRM: 15

    OG: 1.093

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    When we started conceptualizing our first anniversary beer, we simply asked ourselves “What would we want to drink?” It needed to be big, yet smooth. Go heavy on the hops. Throw in some funk and barrel age that bad boy. Thus, we give you Lion’s Share I. Angels get their share, and the devil gets his cut. Our Lion’s Share is for each and every one of you who have supported us along the way.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Smooth, malty toffee
    • Oak and vanilla notes
    • Funky hop bitterness
    • Warming Alcohol finish

    Pairs Well With: Gorgonzola, wild salmon, grilled venison, pork belly, or salted caramel ice cream

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  • Lion's Share II: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2014

    Style: Berliner Weisse aged in Wine Barrels re-fermented with Black Currants

    ABV: 3.6%

    IBU: 4

    SRM: 5

    OG: 1.035

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Large Goblet at 40˚-45˚

    For our second anniversary, we wanted to explore the nuances and beauty that comes from barrel-aging beer, but with a style that's very light and sessionable. We felt a Berliner Weisse exemplified that style. Tart, acidic, and light-bodied, this slightly sour German wheat beer has been re-fermented with black currants in recently emptied wine barrels, then blended with fresh beer for a lively finish. Think of it as our refreshingly unique way to thank each and every one of you who have supported us these past two years.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Wine and oak on the nose
    • Slightly sour and tart
    • Effervescent body
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Creamy herb cheese, Monte Cristo sandwich, crispy frites, cheesecake, or fresh berries

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  • Lion's Share III: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2015

    Style: Old Ale aged in Red Wine Barrels

    ABV: 9%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 17

    OG: 1.074

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Goblet at 50˚-55˚

    For our third anniversary, we wanted to create a beer that reflects us in a way – a modern brewery with classical allusions. With a combination of prolonged aging, old brewing methods, and historical reverence, we chose an Old Ale to become Lion's Share III, an interpretation of maturation and character. Typically rich and malty with lots of character, this full-bodied beer is brewed with Maris Otter malted barley and a combination of English hops, lending a balanced, floral bitterness to the malt backbone. We then age the beer for 3-4 months in premium, Napa Valley red wine barrels, imparting notes of Port wine and dried-fruit. It's a well-rounded beer that has a sublime depth of flavor and warmth, and one we're proud to share with those who have supported us these past three years.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dried-fruit aroma
    • Port wine, sherry-like quality
    • Subtle oak and toffee notes
    • Dry, warming finish

    Pairs Well With: Stilton cheese, grilled venison, baked ham, chocolate hazelnut torte, or toffee apple crisp

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  • AllCall
  • The Temptress
  • Lakewood Lager
  • Hop Trapp
  • Hopochondria
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  • A*******'* R******
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  • French Quarter
  • Mole
  • Raspberry
  • Mole
  • All Call®

    Style: Kölsch

    ABV: 5%

    IBU: 25

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.050

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Stange at 40°–45°

    If you stop by our taproom, chances are you'll run into the law. That's because we've become a favorite all call destination for our community's finest, local police and firefighters, when they're out of uniform. Naturally, they inspired a beer fit for heroes. All Call Kölsch is refreshingly light, courageous, and serves as a summons for both new and veteran craft beer drinkers alike. It's a beer that brings people together. A portion of the proceeds of All Call benefits the Guns & Hoses Foundation of North Texas, a non-profit organization providing aid to families of fallen first responders.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Bright aroma
    • Light, delicate body
    • Slightly fruity
    • Clean finish

    Pairs Well With: Monterey Jack, Brats & Dogs, First Responders

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  • The

    Temptress®

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (4-pk)

    Serve: Snifter at 50°–55°

    Va-va-voom! The Temptress is seduction in a glass. Curvy in all the right places, this Imperial Milk Stout pours with a thick, milk chocolate head. Chocolate and caramel malt give it a rich and complex body while the lower carbonation gives the beer a silky mouth feel. She’s voluptuous, with a soft alcohol warmth that grows deeper with every sip. Take your time with her and she’ll reward you.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Thick, rich milk chocolate head
    • Sweet Caramel notes
    • Touch of vanilla
    • Warm Complexity

    Pairs Well With: Robust Bleu Cheese, Dark Chocolate, Sin

    Awards:
    Silver: 2017 Denver Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Stout – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Other Strong Ale — 2015 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Texas Stout of the Year - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Sweet Stout - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold — 2013 World Beer Championships
    Best Beer — Dallas Observer 2013 Best of Dallas
    Best Beer in DFW from DFW.com (Star Telegram) 2013

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  • Lakewood Lager®

    Style: Vienna-Style Lager

    ABV: 4.6%

    IBU: 25

    SRM: 11

    OG: 1.047

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk/12-pk), 12oz can (6-pk/12-pk)

    Serve: Stein at 40°–45°

    Lakewood is more than a place. It's a state of mind. Old blends with new. Traditions hook up with fresh ideas. It's the same with our Lakewood Lager. We've taken old world Vienna-Style lager and reintroduced it to beer lovers. Subtle caramel aromas, a coppery pour and a light malty sweetness paired with noble hop bitterness set this beer apart. In with the old, in with the new.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Subtle caramel aroma
    • Light malty sweetness
    • Noble hop bitterness
    • Coppery pour

    Pairs Well With: Queso, Grilled Meats, Block Parties

    Awards:
    Silver: Marzen/Oktoberfest - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Silver: Vienna-Style Lager — 2015 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Vienna/Marzen Lager - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Goatman®

    Style: Imperial India Black Lager

    ABV: 9.3%

    IBU: 82

    SRM: 32

    OG: 1.090

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (4-pk)

    Serve: Snifter at 50°–55°

    Beware the Goatman of White Rock Lake, a territorial terror who doesn't like anybody loitering in his woods. In honor of this horned hybrid, we present a unique brew as bitter as his attitude. Big and bold, this melding of a West Coast Black IPA and a German Schwarzbier has a sticky, dank bite, balanced by a smooth, roasted malt body. It's enough to curl your toes – or maybe your hooves.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dark as night
    • Bitter, dank, resin notes
    • Semi-sweet, roasted malt
    • Smooth, robust body

    Pairs Well With: Limburger, Chicken-fried Steak, Butting Heads

    Awards: 
    Gold: American-style India Black Ale - 2017 San Diego International Beer Competition
    National Grand Champion: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Hopochondria®

    Style: Session IPA

    ABV: 4.6%

    IBU: 60

    SRM: 6

    OG: 1.047

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Spiegelau at 40°–45°

    So, you like hops. You really like hops. You dream about hops. You obsess about hops. You want to marry hops. Sounds like a classic case of Hopochondria, which is probably why you're attracted to this beer. Our session IPA is perfect for those who really dig the complexities of an IPA and want something more accessible. With five unique hop varieties, it boasts citrus, floral, and grassy notes. So go ahead and pop the top. Rest assured, it isn't all in your head.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Juicy citrus aroma
    • Big floral notes
    • Grassy, bitter backbone
    • Light, refreshing finish

    Pairs Well With: White Cheddar, Hot Wings, Your Mouth

    Awards:
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Session Beer - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Hop Trapp

    Style: Belgian-Style India Pale Ale

    ABV: 6.4%

    IBU: 54

    SRM: 14

    OG: 1.060

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Belgian Goblet at 40°–45°

    We're no monks, but our Belgian-style IPA gives a tip of the hat to our divine brethren. Brewed with rich malt, noble hops, Trappist yeast and a kick of coriander, this is one complex beer. Rather than make a beer that's more of a dare to drink than a pleasure, balance was the priority here. We wanted a beer for "hop heads" and novices alike. Hop Trapp pours with a refined bitter backbone, floral hoppy notes and a decidedly Belgian finish. This brew is worthy of some serious contemplation.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rich Malt
    • Refined bitter backbone
    • Floral hoppy notes
    • Complexity from Trappist yeast

    Pairs Well With: Sharp Cheddar, Spicy Foods, Devotion

    Awards:
    Gold: India Pale Ale – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Belgian IPA/White IPA - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver - 2014 World Beer Championships

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  • Rock Ryder®

    Style: American Rye Wheat

    ABV: 4.8%

    IBU: 20

    SRM: 4

    OG: 1.050

    Availability: Draft, 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Pint glass at 45°–50°

    Named for White Rock Lake and the cyclists who loop it, Rock Ryder is a refreshing, crowd-pleasing, session beer. But just because it's easy drinking doesn't mean it's got training wheels. With peppery notes from rye malt, a citrusy aroma and dry finish, our American Rye Wheat pulls ahead of the pack. And we're proud to donate a portion of the proceeds of Rock Ryder to For The Love of the Lake, a community organization that volunteers their time keeping our little oasis in the city sparkling. So sit back and enjoy the Ryde.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Refreshing, easy-drinking
    • Peppery notes from rye malt
    • Citrusy aroma
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Goat Cheese, Crisp Salads, Victory Laps

    Awards:
    Silver: American Wheat - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Gold: American Wheat - 2015 San Diego Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold: American Wheat - 2015 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold: American Wheat - 2014 US Open Beer Championship
    Bronze: Rye Beer - 2013 San Diego Int'l Beer Competition

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  • AllCall
  • The Temptress
  • Lakewood Lager
  • Goatman
  • Hopochondria
  • Hop Trapp
  • Rock Rider
  • Zomer® Pils

    Season: Summer (May - July)

    Style: Bavarian-Style Pilsner

    ABV: 4.8%

    IBU: 34

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.048

    Availability: 12oz can (6-pk)

    Serve: Pilsner at 40˚-45˚

    In summer, Belgians head to the nearest beach, while Texans typically race towards the nearest source of shade. That’s because the European sun is far friendlier than the fiery ball glowing over the Lone Star State. Combat the heat with our Zomer Pils. Brewed with Belgian pilsner malt and dry hopped with a combo of Lemondrop and noble hops, this traditional pilsner is light, crisp, and refreshing with a citrusy zing. So let that sun keep on burning.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crystal clear, straw color
    • Bright, crisp body
    • Spicy bitterness
    • Clean, grassy finish

    Pairs Well With: Aged Gouda, Tex Mex, Air-Conditioning

    Awards:
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Pilsner - 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver: Pilsner – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: Pilsner - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Peach Artsy Tartsy

    Season: Summer (May - July)

    Style: Berliner-style Weisse w/ peaches

    ABV: 4%

    IBU: 3

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.039

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Goblet at 40˚-45˚

    Brewing is an art that takes skill and creativity. In the peak of summer’s oppresive heat, this drive to escape the mundane and create something inspiring has given us Artsy Tartsy Berliner-style Weisse with peaches. This light, tart wheat beer is gently kettle-soured, then generously infused with bright peaches for a highly refreshing, unique take on an old-world classic. Go ahead, enlighten your tastebuds.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Fresh, ripe peach aroma
    • Refreshingly tart
    • Low bitterness
    • Effervescent finish

    Pairs Well With: Havarti, Eggs Benedict, Poolside Brunch

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  • Punkel®

    Season: Autumn (August - October)

    Style: Pumpkin Pie Dunkel

    ABV: 5.5%

    IBU: 23

    SRM: 19

    OG: 1.055

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Dimpled Mug at 45˚-50˚

    Is there a better fall treat than pumpkin pie? Nope, which is why there are so many pumpkin beers out there. But we prefer a beer that compliments a slice of pie rather than drinking a slice of pie, which is why ours is based on the classic dessert, not the gourd. Our twist: Punkel has no pumpkin. It's a dark, malty German lager enhanced by cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and ginger. Perfect for weather only Texans would consider "fall."

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dark copper hue
    • Toasted caramel malt
    • Pumpkin pie spicing
    • Light to medium body

    Pairs Well With: Smoked Gruyere, Turkey Legs, Food Comas

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  • Holiday Bonus®

    Season: Winter (November - January)

    Style: Robust Porter w/ chocolate and orange peel

    ABV: 6.6%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 31

    OG: 1.066

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Imperial Pint at 45˚-50˚

    The holidays are a time of good will, celebration, joy, and family. But to the extra lucky, they include a nice little monetary thank you for a year's worth of hard work. And so Holiday Bonus came to be. We want to reward you with a little unique taste of the holidays from where we come from. Brewed with stocking-stuffer flavors like chocolate and orange peel, this Robust Porter is both festive and delicious. Give yourself a bonus this winter, even if your boss hasn't.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Citrus peel aroma
    • Smooth, medium body
    • Bold, roasted malt
    • Semi-sweet, chocolate finish

    Pairs Well With: Camembert, Dessert Soufflé, Impulse Buying

    Awards:
    Bronze: Porter - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Till & Toil®

    Season: Spring (February - April)

    Style: Saison

    ABV: 7.1%

    IBU: 21

    SRM: 3

    OG: 1.065

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle (6-pk)

    Serve: Tulip at 45˚-50˚

    Whether tilling a field, toiling through the day, or simply enjoying a brunch on a shady patio, Texans know how to work up a thirst. Luckily, Till & Toil is here to help. Tropical fruit and citrus notes derived from Citra and Mosaic hops balance this thirst-quenching ale. Traditionally enjoyed by farmers after a long day laboring in the sun, saisons (French for "seasons") are the perfect reward for a hard day's work. Although to be honest, ours is a good reward for just about anything.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crisp and tart
    • Bright, juicy fruit esters
    • Tropical hop aroma
    • Effervescent, slightly dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Aged Fontina, Roast Chicken, Patio Weather

    Awards:
    Bronze: 2017 Denver Int'l Beer Competition
    Silver: French & Belgian Saison - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Bronze: French & Belgian-Style Saison - 2015 New York Int'l Beer Competition
    Gold: French/Belgian-Style Ale - 2014 San Diego International Beer Festival

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  • Grand Allowance

    Released: April 2017 

    Style: Chardonnay Barrel-aged Wheat Wine

    ABV: 12.8%

    IBU: 62

    SRM: 14

    OG: 1.107

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

  • Collector Edition - 2 of 3
  • Grand Allowance, the ninth release in our limited Legendary Series, marks the second in a mini-series of three unique, wood-aged beers, inspired by the deities known as the 3 Fates. The Moirai sisters determined the lives and destinies of all, controlling the fates of both gods and mortals alike. The second sister, Lachesis, measured the thread of life, deciding the number of days you had on Earth. Thus we present a sumptuous Wheat Wine for the second in line, aged in chardonnay barrels for a soft, full-bodied beer brimming with vitality.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Sweet, honeysuckle aroma
    • Bready, candy-like flavor
    • Full-bodied and boozy
    • Vinous, slightly dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Asiago cheese, smoked trout, Coq au Vin, apricot tart, or peach sorbet

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  • Thread Spinner

    Released: October 2016 

    Style: Bourbon barrel-aged Barleywine

    ABV: 13.5%

    IBU: 90

    SRM: 20

    OG: 1.105

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

  • Collector Edition - 1 of 3
  • Threadspinner, the eighth release in our limited Legendary Series, is the first in a mini-series of three unique, wood-aged beers, inspired by the deities known as the 3 Fates. The Moirai sisters determined the lives and destinies of all, controlling the fates of both gods and mortals alike. The first sister, Clotho, spun the thread of life with her divine spindle, deciding one’s birth and death. Hence this robust, lively American Barleywine to kick off the series, aged in freshly-emptied bourbon barrels from our friends at Witherspoon Distillery. With the subsequent two releases coming next year, the idea is to collect all three for a vertical, showcasing the beautiful characteristics each beer possesses.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rich, caramel-like aroma
    • Intense, malty backbone
    • Full-bodied and chewy
    • Boozy, warming finish

    Pairs Well With: English Stilton cheese, Medjool dates, fig & walnut tart, rum raisin ice cream, or homemade pecan pie

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  • Troll Toll

    Released: June 2016 (Retired) 

    Style: Double IPA

    ABV: 9.6%

    IBU: 116

    SRM: 8

    OG: 1.086

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Spiegelau at 45˚-50˚

    The seventh release in our limited Legendary Series® is inspired by a ridiculously bizarre tale involving a princess who falls in love with a boy, only to be denied by a greedy troll demanding a toll for the boy's soul. Action, romance, sweet karate moves, and some over-the-top production and musical numbers ensue, but to no avail as the princess eventually loses interest. This bitter, twisted tale influenced our hoppiest brew to date, a West Coast-style Double IPA with seven varieties of hops, including Simcoe, Amarillo, and Citra. It should appease even the most offensive trolls. It could very well make you a master of karate, too.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Tropical fruit aroma
    • Juicy citrus notes
    • Piney, resin backbone
    • Bitter finish that lasts

    Pairs Well With: Sharp bleu cheese, such as Stilton, smoked beef brisket, Cuban sandwich, assorted charcuterie, spicy crawfish boil, or homemade carrot cake.

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  • Saint Dymphna

    Released: June 2015 (Retired)

    Style: Belgian-style Tripel

    ABV: 8.6%

    IBU: 34

    SRM: 5

    OG: 1.085

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Chalice at 45˚-50˚

    The sixth release in our limited Legendary Series® is inspired by the patron saint of Geel, Belgium – the town our founder's grandmother still calls home. Saint Dymphna, known as the Lily of Ireland, had kindness and beauty that knew no match. In her youth, she escaped lecherous looks and ill-willed intentions and landed in Geel, where she devoted her life to helping the mentally ill. Unfortunately, her not-so-stable father tracked her down and insisted she return with him. She refused and was martyred instead, becoming the Belgian city's patron saint. We keep this story close to heart, as today the Chapel of Saint Dymphna stands near an ancient linden tree where our owner played as a child. The nearly 500 year old linden tree influenced the addition of linden flowers to the 8.6% alc/vol Belgian Tripel, adding a subtle bouquet to the complex flavor of the beautiful, golden-hued beer. A slight, tea-like, lemony characteristic complements the Belgian candi sugar and distinctive yeast we use. It's strong yet light and full of conviction, like the fair Saint Dymphna.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Slighty spicy aroma
    • Sweet, fruity esters
    • Light, malty body
    • Soft and creamy finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, ripened cheese, such as Brillat-Savarin, pesto pasta salad, Thai chicken satay, prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, baby clams, or warm peach cobbler.

    Awards:
    Gold: Belgian Tripel - 2015 US Open Beer Championship

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  • Bokkenrijders

    Released: October 2014 (Retired)

    Style: Doppelsticke Alt

    ABV: 8.5%

    IBU: 71

    SRM: 16

    OG: 1.088

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Stange at 45˚-50˚

    The fifth release in our Legendary Series® pays homage to the legend of the "bokkenrijders", or buck riders. The area around Limburg was an especially dangerous place to live in the 1700's. A large part of this was due to the fearsome bokkenrijders, a gang of criminals who became feared by many. Legend said they made a pact with the Devil himself, riding on the backs of flying goats through the night skies, terrorizing anyone who got in their way. They would rob and pillage many of the wealthier homes and churches in the area, leading to one of the bloodiest and cruelest "witch hunts" in history. The stories are as varied as they are ancient, which was perfect for our Doppelsticke Altbier. Meaning "double secret old beer", this malty ale is actually lagered for quite some time, giving it a smooth, complex drinkability paired with the delightfully rich, malty body. Then the hoppy bite grabs your attention, with a warming finish at the end. It's fearless like the phantoms of old, and is truly satisfying after an evening spent riding on the back of a buck.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Noble hop bouquet
    • Rich, malty sweetness
    • Earthy, floral bitterness
    • Clean smooth finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, creamy cheese, such as Camembert, wienerschnitzel, brats & sauerkraut, potato dumplings, pear fritters, or warm maple-walnut cake.

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  • A*******'* Revenge

    Released: March 2014 (Retired)

    Style: Belgian-Style Golden Ale w/ cherry wood-smoked malt

    ABV: 12.4%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 4

    OG: 1.107

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Munique at 50˚-55˚

    The fourth release in our Legendary Series® revisits the Belgian story of Brabo vs. a giant with a name that starts with an "A" (look it up), albeit in a reversal of roles. Brabo’s Cut, the first Legendary release, told the tale of a brave Roman soldier named Silvius Brabo and his heroic deeds. Growing tired of paying tolls to cross the river Scheldt, Brabo chopped off the hand of A*******, the menacing giant who guarded the bridge in the city of Antwerp, slaying him and collecting a mighty reward. Now centuries later, A******* is out for payback, bringing with him a fiery vengeance unlike any other. The antithesis of Brabo’s Cut, A*******'* Revenge is a traditional big, Belgian-Style Golden Ale, untraditionally brewed with a touch of cherry-wood smoked malt. At a hefty 12.4% ABV, it’s not for the faint of heart. Notes of sweet fruit and spicy esters come through in the aroma and initial taste, with wisps of smoke finishing on the palate. Revenge never tasted so sweet.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Sweet pear and honey
    • Slightly spicy bouquet
    • Full-bodied, effervescent
    • Faint smoky finish

    Pairs Well With: Triple-crème cheese, such as Saint-André, mussels & frites, grilled veal chop, Portobello salad, chicken tandoori, or flaky baklava.

    Awards:
    Gold: Smoked/Rauch Beer - 2014 US Open Beer Championship
    Silver - 2014 World Beer Championships

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  • Goatman™

    Released: September 2013 (Un-retired - now year-round offering)

    Style: India Black Lager

    ABV: 9.3%

    IBU: 82

    SRM: 32

    OG: 1.090

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Nonick at 50˚-55˚

    The third release in our Legendary Series®, Goatman is quite a unique beer, similar to its namesake. It's inspired by the hairy and horned, territorial terror that is said to live around the White Rock Lake area. Legend has it that joggers, hikers and picnickers have been startled by this 7 ft. tall beast with a nasty attitude, dodging flying trash and even the occasional old tire. What better way to celebrate such a dark creature than with a dark creation of our own? This hybrid of a brew is a melding of a West Coast Black IPA and a German-style Schwarzbier, encompassing all of the sticky, dank, bitter bite you love, with a smooth, roasted, semi-sweet malt body balancing it all out. It's enough to curl your toes – or maybe your hooves.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dark as night
    • Bitter, dank, resin notes
    • Semi-sweet, roasted malt
    • Smooth, robust body

    Pairs Well With: Stanky, pungent cheese, Southern chicken fried steak, spicy chorizo, crawfish étouffée, or chocolate truffles

    Awards: 
    National Grand Champion: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Best of the Rockies/Southwest: American Black Ale - 2014 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • La Dame du Lac®

    Released: May 2013 (Retired)

    Style: Biere de Garde

    ABV: 7.5%

    IBU: 24

    SRM: 8

    OG: 1.074

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Tulip at 50˚-55˚

    The second release in our Legendary Series®, La Dame du Lac is our interpretation of a traditional biere de garde, or "kept beer." Malty sweetness, rustic farmhouse notes and a dry finish make this a fitting beer to enjoy now, or let age for further complexity. Commonly seen throughout northern France were the ghostly "dame blanche," or "white ladies," roaming the country side. This beer is a tribute to our very own "dame blanche," and one of the most well-known urban legends around east Dallas – the "Lady of White Rock Lake." Many midnight drivers have witnessed a strange woman, dressed in a soaked, long white dress, walking near the lake. She always asks for a ride home, as her car or boat has just sunk to the bottom. Obliged to help, the driver escorts her home in the back of their car, and upon arrival at the house, they turn around, only to find an empty, wet seat. They approach the house, and an older man or woman answers the door. They come to find out that the girl they just picked up was none other than the elderly person's daughter, who died in the lake many years before. So in her honor we toast this ghost, and hope she one day finds her way back home. But hurry, because like her many sightings, this beer is also known to suddenly disappear.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Semi-sweet honey malt
    • Fruity, grape must-like esters
    • Rustic, tart notes
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Soft, pungent cheese such as Livarot, herb-roasted Cornish game hen, mushroom quiche, cold-smoked salmon, strawberry gelée

    Awards:
    Bronze: French/Belgian Ale - 2014 US Open Beer Championship

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  • Brabo's Cut

    Released: March 2013 (Retired)

    Style: Belgian-Style Dark Ale

    ABV: 9.4%

    IBU: 27

    SRM: 21

    OG: 1.095

    Availability: Draft, 22oz bottle

    Serve: Belgian Chalice at 55˚-60˚

    The first release in our Legendary Series®, Brabo's Cut is a bold, complex Belgian-Style Dark Ale. Brewed with blessed water, it's rich with notes of brown sugar, figs, and sweet honey, compliments of the local, wildflower honey from our brewer's family hives. Inspired by how the Belgian city of Antwerp got its name, it tells the story of a Roman soldier named Silvius Brabo, the man who slayed the giant Druon Antigoon. Antigoon guarded a bridge over the river Scheldt, and demanded all travelers pay a toll to cross. If you didn't have the money, he would chop off your hand. Brabo, growing tired of these antics, decided to repay him in kind by chopping off Antigoon's own hand, slaying him, and throwing his hand into the river below. Thus the name Antwerp, or Antwerpen (Dutch for "to throw hand") was derived. Today we honor Brabo's heroism with these spoils of a job well done. A mighty reward that we share with you.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Sweet, wildflower honey
    • Rich brown sugar
    • Candied-fig notes
    • Belgian fruit esters

    Pairs Well With: Washed-Rind cheese, such as Époisses de Bourgogne, braised oxtail, roast duck, rack of lamb, crème brûlèe or a fresh fruit tart

    Awards:
    Bronze: Aged Beer - 2015 US Open Beer Championship

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  • French Quarter Temptress™

    Released: Early Summer

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ vanilla, bourbon barrel-aged coffee beans, and chicory

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    You don't have to hitch a ride to N'awlins for some Crescent City flavor. Our friends at Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters age green, Fair-Trade Certified™ Peruvian Cajamarca coffee beans in recently emptied bourbon barrels for months, then roast them to perfection. We slowly infuse the beans into our beer with a touch of chicory. You'll taste rich coffee, a hint of spice, and Fat Tuesday.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Rich coffee aroma
    • Dark, bittersweet cocoa
    • Roasted marshmallow
    • Warm complexity

    Pairs Well With: Jambalaya, Creme Brûlée, Beignets, Voodoo Magic

    Awards:
    Silver: Coffee Beer — 2016 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Bean Beer - Winter 2016 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Coconut Temptress™

    Released: Late Summer

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ toasted coconut

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    If you want to be whisked away to a tropical paradise, all you need is a bottle opener. We added toasted coconut to our most seductive brew for a friendly flavor usually found only on the most remote of islands. It still has the delectable, chocolate notes you love, but now with a rich hint of coconut. Grass skirt optional.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Toasted coconut aroma
    • Rich chocolate
    • Warming vanilla
    • Sweet, creamy finish

    Pairs Well With: Coconut cream pie, Lava cake, Ukuleles

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  • Sin Mint Temptress™

    Released: Early Winter

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ mint, graham cracker, and natural flavors

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    This is our not-so-subtle homage to a sweet something that's hiding in our freezers. Harmonious flavors of fresh mint, vanilla, and a touch of graham cracker enhance the already rich chocolate profile of the beer. It's delightfully sinful, pleasurably minty, and tastes kind of like a really good cookie. We just won't say which one.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Fresh mint aroma
    • Rich mint chocolate
    • Baked cookies
    • Smooth, cooling finish

    Pairs Well With: Cookies, S'mores, Fudge, Guilty Pleasures

    Awards:
    Silver: 2017 Denver Int'l Beer Competition
    Bronze: Experimental Beer — 2016 Los Angeles Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Raspberry Temptress™

    Released: Early Spring

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ fresh raspberries

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Love isn't just in the air. It's inside this bottle, and it tastes like chocolate and raspberries. That's because we took our decadent imperial milk stout and blend it with tart, Oregon raspberries to transform it into a luscious libation perfect to share with your sweetheart. What's not to love?

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Fruit-forward aroma
    • Fresh, tart raspberry
    • Rich, dark chocolate
    • Sweet finish

    Pairs Well With: Chocolate Soufflé, Fresh Berries, Cupid's Arrow

    Awards:
    Bronze: Fruit Beer – 2015 Las Vegas Int'l Beer Competition

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  • Mole Temptress™

    Released: Late Spring

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout w/ vanilla, chiles, cacao, and cinnamon

    ABV: 9.1%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 33

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 12oz bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Mole (pronounced moh-lay) is a traditional Mexican sauce made with a variety of ingredients including dried chiles and chocolate, flavors that beg to be paired with our seductive señorita. So we combine ancho, pasilla, guajillo, and chipotle peppers for spice; add 100% pure cacao; and toss in a touch of cinnamon for a bold, festive spin on our cerveza deliciosa.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Bold, complex aroma
    • Rich, spiced chocolate
    • Slight heat from chiles
    • Warming, sweet finish

    Pairs Well With: Tacos al Pastor, Beef Tamales, Baked Flan, Piñatas

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  • Lion's Share V: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2017

    Style: Scottish Ale aged in Scotch whisky & Bourbon barrels

    ABV: 9.6%

    IBU: 34

    SRM: 17

    OG: 1.085

    Availability: Draft, 22 oz. bottle

    Serve: Thistle at 50˚-55˚

    For our fifth anniversary brew we looked to the Highlands of Scotland for inspiration, imagining a beer fit for a king. The traditional Scottish ale fit the bill nicely, featuring rich malt and a subtle smokiness, but not too cloying or heavy for a summer release. Thus we give you Lion’s Share V, our interpretation of an old-world style with a new-world twist. Aged for months in both 26-year-old Speyside, single malt Scotch whisky barrels and American oak bourbon barrels, it features an array of flavors while never allowing one note to overpower another. The peat smoke intermingles nicely with the vanilla notes from the bourbon, while toffee, honey, and candied fruit round out the beer. The resulting blend is a delicious dram that we think you’ll enjoy sharing with others. We thank you for supporting us these past five years and sharing in our labor of love.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Subtle peat smoke aroma
    • Malty sweet, caramel notes
    • Candied-fruit and honeycomb
    • Full-bodied finish

    Pairs Well With: Gruyère, smoked salmon, braised quail, mutton stew, Scottish shortbread, or sticky toffee pudding

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  • Red Wine Barrel Till & Toil

    Released: Late Spring

    Style: Saison aged in various red wine barrels

    ABV: 8.2%

    IBU: 21

    SRM: 4

    OG: 1.065

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Large Wine Glass at 45˚-50˚

    Sometimes after a long day of work, not just any ol' saison will do. That's why we created this special treat to end those ever-lengthening spring days. We've taken our spring seasonal saison and aged it in various red wine barrels for a truly unique and tasty brew. It's a marriage of rustic and sophisticated. The farm just got a little touch of class

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Crisp and tart
    • Rich tannin notes
    • Musty farmhouse quality
    • Smooth, slightly dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Farmhouse cheese, fresh pasta salad, grilled quail, cioppino, or a flaky apricot tart

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  • Wild Manimal

    Released:  Early November

    Style: American Wild Ale

    ABV: 8.9%

    IBU: 44

    SRM: 16

    OG: 1.069

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Tulip at 45˚-50˚

    This very limited, special release was first released in the fall of 2015 for North Texas Beer Week, and has quickly become a favorite. An American wild ale in its truest form, it's a feral beast that can't be tamed. We age this hoppy, farmhouse red ale for nearly a year in American oak barrels, then add a strain of Brettanomyces Drei, lending a highly aromatic, fruity funkiness to the beer. One last dry-hop adds a burst of citrus, thus making Wild Manimal a worthy adversary to hunt down.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Hop-forward aroma
    • Juicy, citrus tones
    • Horse blanket funkiness
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Funky cheese, meat on the bone, ferality

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  • Bourbon Barrel Temptress™ (BBT)

    Released: Mid-December

    Style: Imperial Milk Stout aged in Oak Bourbon Barrels

    ABV: 11%

    IBU: 56

    SRM: 34

    OG: 1.091

    Availability: Draft, 22 oz. bottle

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    Everything you love about The Temptress, but boozier and nicely-aged. You could say it's the "cougar" of milk stouts. We take our signature silky imperial milk stout and age it in freshly emptied oak bourbon barrels between 5-10 months. This maturation process instills a depth of flavor and warming touch that grows with each sip. Hints of burnt sugar, vanilla, oak, toffee, caramel, and roasted coffee intertwine for a boozy, dangerously smooth treat.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Smooth bourbon aroma
    • Sweet caramel and toffee notes
    • Touch of wood and vanilla
    • Warm complexity

    Pairs Well With: Salted caramel and dark chocolate

    Awards:
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer - Winter 2017 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Gold: Wood & Barrel-aged Strong Stout - 2016 San Diego International Beer Competition
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer - Winter 2016 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Silver: Wood & Barrel-aged Strong Stout - 2015 US Open Beer Championship
    Best of Rockies/Southwest: Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer - Winter 2015 United States Beer Tasting Championship
    Gold – 2014 World Beer Championship

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  • Lion's Share IV: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2016

    Style: Belgian-style Quad aged in Brandy Barrels

    ABV: 12.4%

    IBU: 39

    SRM: 20

    OG: 1.104

    Availability: Draft, 22 oz. bottle

    Serve: Goblet at 55˚-60˚

    For our fourth anniversary we looked to the Trappist masters of brewing in Belgium and decided there’s no better beer to celebrate four years of brewing than with a Belgian-style Quad. Brewed with rich malt, dark Belgian candi sugar, and unique Belgian yeast, it’s the epitome of big, boozy, robust beers. Lion’s Share IV is our interpretation of the classic style. Aged for 4 months in brandy barrels, Lion’s Share IV displays an array of flavors while maintaining a nice balance throughout. Complex, almost wine-like aromas abound, with a rich, malty backbone and sweet, caramel flavors greeting you on first sip. Notes of dried cherries, figs, dates, and raisins intermingle as the finish warms you up with a pronounced but not overwhelming presence of alcohol. We’re proud to share this beer with you and the many fans who have supported us these past four years.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Complex, wine-like aroma
    • Malty sweet, dark sugar
    • Dried cherries, figs, raisins
    • Rich, warming finish

    Pairs Well With: Aged Gouda, pancetta-wrapped dates, roasted duck, rustic Cassoulet, Black Forest cake, or bread pudding

    Awards:
    Gold: 2017 Denver Int'l Beer Competition
    National Grand Champion: Non-Whiskey Barrel-aged Beer - Winter 2017 United States Beer Tasting Championship

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  • Lion's Share III: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2015

    Style: Old Ale aged in Red Wine Barrels

    ABV: 9%

    IBU: 41

    SRM: 17

    OG: 1.074

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Goblet at 50˚-55˚

    For our third anniversary, we wanted to create a beer that reflects us in a way – a modern brewery with classical allusions. With a combination of prolonged aging, old brewing methods, and historical reverence, we chose an Old Ale to become Lion's Share III, an interpretation of maturation and character. Typically rich and malty with lots of character, this full-bodied beer is brewed with Maris Otter malted barley and a combination of English hops, lending a balanced, floral bitterness to the malt backbone. We then age the beer for 3-4 months in premium, Napa Valley red wine barrels, imparting notes of Port wine and dried-fruit. It's a well-rounded beer that has a sublime depth of flavor and warmth, and one we're proud to share with those who have supported us these past three years.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Dried-fruit aroma
    • Port wine, sherry-like quality
    • Subtle oak and toffee notes
    • Dry, warming finish

    Pairs Well With: Stilton cheese, grilled venison, baked ham, chocolate hazelnut torte, or toffee apple crisp

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  • Lion's Share II: Anniversary Ale

    Released:  Early August 2014

    Style: Berliner Weisse aged in Wine Barrels re-fermented with Black Currants

    ABV: 3.6%

    IBU: 4

    SRM: 5

    OG: 1.035

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Large Goblet at 40˚-45˚

    For our second anniversary, we wanted to explore the nuances and beauty that comes from barrel-aging beer, but with a style that's very light and sessionable. We felt a Berliner Weisse exemplified that style. Tart, acidic, and light-bodied, this slightly sour German wheat beer has been re-fermented with black currants in recently emptied wine barrels, then blended with fresh beer for a lively finish. Think of it as our refreshingly unique way to thank each and every one of you who have supported us these past two years.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Wine and oak on the nose
    • Slightly sour and tart
    • Effervescent body
    • Dry finish

    Pairs Well With: Creamy herb cheese, Monte Cristo sandwich, crispy frites, cheesecake, or fresh berries

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  • Lion's Share I: Anniversary Ale

    Released: Early August 2013

    Style: Double Belgian-Style IPA with Brettanomyces aged in Bourbon Barrels

    ABV: 9.8%

    IBU: 102

    SRM: 15

    OG: 1.093

    Availability: Draft only

    Serve: Snifter at 50˚-55˚

    When we started conceptualizing our first anniversary beer, we simply asked ourselves “What would we want to drink?” It needed to be big, yet smooth. Go heavy on the hops. Throw in some funk and barrel age that bad boy. Thus, we give you Lion’s Share I. Angels get their share, and the devil gets his cut. Our Lion’s Share is for each and every one of you who have supported us along the way.

    • Tasting Notes:
    • Smooth, malty toffee
    • Oak and vanilla notes
    • Funky hop bitterness
    • Warming Alcohol finish

    Pairs Well With: Gorgonzola, wild salmon, grilled venison, pork belly, or salted caramel ice cream

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We're proud to be part of a great list of Texas craft beer breweries. We strive to create the highest quality, internationally inspired, local craft beers that are full of flavor and combine the best of classic brewing techniques with unique, new ideas. Perfect for whichever neighborhood you call home. Schol!


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