What the Hatch Ale coming in August



First of all, we want to thank you for your continued support! We continue to grow because of you. We have acquired another fermenter and continue to work towards ordering more equipment. It is true, we are at full capacity at this time. The new fermenter will help greatly with any out of stock issues you may see.
We are working very hard to make sure this does not happen.

If you follow us on social media (and please do!) you may know we have hired an Account Rep for the Dallas/North Texas area as well as the Austin/San Antonio area. We’re extremely thrilled to have Chris Wilborn and Paul Vega on board at No Label! If you live in either area, we welcome you to attend a Tap Takeover/Pint Night/Rare Tapping. Just follow No Label Brewing NTX and No Label Brewing Austin/S.A.

Along with changes on our Marketing & Sales side, we also have acquired a wonderful brewer, Taylor Nance. James Wolfe (our Head Brewer) and Taylor will be working closely on continuing to bring you delicious, consistent and high quality beer. Come meet our brewers on Saturday during our 12-3pm tasting. Our brewers hold a small tour starting at 1:30pm near the brewhouse. They love questions, so ask them a million!

We invite you to our taproom during the week. We have extended hours. Wednesday and Thursday 2-8pm and Friday 2-7pm. During this time, taste the freshest beer! 10 + beers on tap during the week, we do offer samples as well. We are dog and kid friendly, so bring everyone!

Enough about us here! Let’s talk about BEER!

What the Hatch Ale

Many people commented to us as we brewed Don Jalapeño Ale, “you should really do something with hatch chiles.” Well, you ask and you shall receive.

Staying consistent with the concept of Don Jalapeño Ale, What the Hatch Ale is brewed using real hatch chiles. All hatch chiles are roasted over an open fire. The base of this beer, just like our Jalapeño Ale, is the Pale Horse.

Food pairings: Hamburgers, BBQ, wings, spicy food, salads, cheeses

ABV- 6 %
IBU- 17

(Look for it near the hatch chiles or beer aisle)


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