1ST STREET ALE
This Blonde Ale is dedicated to the city of Katy, Texas. Because Katy was known for its rice farming, we decided to brew this beer with a touch of rice, giving it a smooth, clean, and crisp finish. Perfect for all occasions. Come try it at one of our tasting or look for it at shelf near you.
EL HEFE WEIZEN
A traditional German Hefeweizen. This beer is light and refreshing with strong notes of banana, cloves and citrus. Perfect for that hot summer day. Named after the boss of the house.
ELEVEN AMP IPA
This is our take on the India Pale Ale style, inspired by West Coast IPAs. Less malt character and more hops, the majority of which are added in the final minutes of the boil or later. Drinks dry but not too bitter. Hope you enjoy, this one goes to eleven.
Dark American Amber with strong flavors of caramel and roasted malts. Balanced with just the right amount of Cascade and Golding hops for a sweet but slightly bitter ale. Named after our dog Hailey.
PALE HORSE ALE
American Pale Ale with a significant amount of malts and hops. Slightly bitter but not overly hopped. Dry hopped with cascade for a nice floral aroma.
A very different Dark Wheat Ale. This beer is brewed with a touch of Star Anise at the end of the boil giving it a clean smooth finish with a hint of licorice.
Caution, this beer will bite.
Available in late Fall.
What The Hatch
Based on our Pale Horse Ale, this beer is brewed with 60lbs of Hatch Chilies – 30 lbs raw and 30lbs roasted (seeds included). Available every Summer.
DON JALAPENO ALE
Based on our Pale Horse Ale, this beer is brewed with 60lbs of jalapeños – 30 lbs raw and 30lbs roasted (seeds included). Available every Spring.
Milk Stout brewed with 10 different malts. Rich flavors of roasted and chocolate malts with a hint of coffee. This stout is creamy and sweet but not overly filling. Its perfect for a cold winter day. Best to let stout warm to 50-55F. This beer is named after the boat that Melanie Royo (one of our owners) grew up on in Panama. Best to let this stout warm. Available every winter.
A spin on a Belgian style witbier. Instead of corriander we add lavender flowers. The use of honey malt and vanilla add a nice sweetness and complement the lavender.Yep, it’s a flower beer.