SAN antonio lager

San Antonio Lager is an easy drinking German-style lager, brewed in honor of our city. Nostalgic enough for San Antonio’s amazing history but contemporary like our city today. It's refreshing while also flavorful enough for craft beer drinkers. Just like our city, It’s got a little something for everyone.

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Appearance: Light gold, almost clear in color. White head.
Aroma: Sweet, malty aroma with low floral hop notes and clean lager character.
Flavor: Starts with slight, sweet grain flavor with a soft palette, finishing dry. Over all mouthfeel is well-rounded.
Pairings: Chicken flautas, fontina cheese, and dark chocolate brownies.


SAN ANTONIO HATCH LAGER

San Antonio Hatch Lager is brewed in the German Helles style to a low 5.2% and is light and crisp with a dry finish and slight hop character.  The addition of New Mexican Hatch chiles gives the taste just a touch of heat with a robust roasted pepper aroma.  The beer spends an additional couple of weeks in conditioning to clarify and develop the clean character from the lager yeast. The result is a highly-drinkable beer with a smooth heat from the Hatch chilis. 
 

ONLY AVAILABLE DURING HATCH CHILE SEASON!

Appearance: Light gold with a full white head. 
Aroma: Wood-roasted nose, low floral hops, and a clean lager character. 
Flavor: Clean malty sweetness with a smooth heat/spice balance in the taste. Soft finish. 
Pairings: Green Chile Stew, Mango Salsa, Queso Flameado, and Backyard BBQ's.


Love Struck Hefe

Love Struck Hefe is brewed in the traditional German style with a healthy dose of Texas attitude. Consistent with German tradition, it is mashed to bring out a deep, golden color along with a touch of malty sweetness. We also alter the San Antonio water to match the water profile of Munich, which accentuates the German Hefe flavors.  Love Struck’s name is inspired by the Stevie Ray Vaughan song, which gives the beer an electric, summer time energy.

Appearance: Cloudy pale straw with a thick, white head.
Aroma: Balanced banana and clove.
Flavor: Starts with slight, sweet grain flavor with a soft palette, finishing dry. Overall mouth-feel experience is well-rounded.
Pairings: Fish tacos, summer patios, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.


mission trail ale

Named in honor of the four southernmost Spanish colonial missions located in San Antonio, Mission Trail is an Extra Pale Ale with an easy-drinking ABV of 5.3%. The use of El Dorado hops creates a pleasant pear and tropical fruit aroma with just a hint of spice. The grain consists of 100% pilsner, resulting in a slight malt character that balances out the hop bitterness. The beer pours a beautiful clear straw color and boasts a fruit forward body that makes it a great choice for any occasion. 

HOPPY & HEAVENLY

Appearance: Clear straw color.
Aroma: Pear and tropical fruit with a hint of spice. 
Flavor: Dry finish with a slight malt character that balances out the hop bitterness. Fruit forward body. 
Pairings: Blackened chicken, Red Leicester cheese, fruit tart. 


oatmeal pale ale

A central Texas take on the classic American style, Ranger Creek OPA is an American Pale Ale at heart that has  dimensions of flavor imparted by oats. It has smooth, sweet, and toasty malt flavors with an underlying creamy nuttiness from the oats. The malt profile is balanced nicely by U.S. grown Centennial and Citra hops.  Enjoy this easy drinking pale ale with full hop flavor and a citrus finish full of orange and grapefruit. 

Appearance: Beautiful golden hue with dense rocky head. 
Aroma: Toasted coconut, pineapple, lime zest, apricot, and herbaceous spice. 
Flavor: Smooth, sweet, and toasty malt flavors with an underlying creamy nuttiness from the oats. 
Pairings: Thai food, a juicy hamburger, and oatmeal cookies. 


Sunday morning coming down

Sunday Morning Coming Down is brewed in the traditional British style with the addition of cold brewed coffee from San Antonio's Merit Roasting. This year's blend of cold brew gives the beer a bold coffee aroma with flavors of caramel, fig, and plum. Lactose sugar adds body and mouth-feel to the beer like a splash of cream to a cup of coffee. 

And one more for DESSERT

Appearance: Deep brown with a thick, white head.
Aroma: Strong aromas of earthy coffee and peaches are backed by mild fig, plum, and caramel aromas. 
Flavor: Sweet caramel, coffee, stone fruit.
Pairings: Old Fashioned Doughnuts, BBQ Pork Ribs with Coffee Dry Rub, Johnny Cash.


!VIVA! 300

This Limited Tricentennial Edition beer was crafted to celebrate San Antonio's 300th birthday. The beer is brewed with a base of pilsner malt along with specialty Belgian grains and fermented with a dry ale yeast. VIVA 300 has a wonderful complexity with an upfront malt sweetness of caramel, toffee, and fruit with a dry and crisp finish. At 5.8% ABV and 18 IBU's, VIVA 300 is well-balanced and easy drinking.

Appearance: Copper color with a reddish hue. Pours with a large off-white head. 
Aroma: Upfront malty aroma of caramel, toffee, and stone fruit. Hop presence is low but adds a mild herbal balance. 
Flavor: Initial malt sweetness with a low hop bitterness. Medium body with an underline biscuit and caramel flavor. Dry finish. 
Pairings: Backyard grilled burger with caramelized onions, crispy bacon and covered in melted muenster cheese. Served on a jalapeno ciabatta roll. Texas pecan pie.  


Wee Heavy 

This Wee Heavy comes in at 11.9% ABV and was aged in a combination of first-fill Buffalo Trace and Ranger Creek .36 bourbon barrels. The beer features a complex malt character with sweet caramel notes and a warming alcohol finish. The characteristics of the bourbon barrel complement the flavors of the Wee Heavy, adding undertones of vanilla and earthy tobacco. Enjoy in a snifter and allow to warm to 55 degrees to enjoy this beer at its full potential.

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Appearance: Dark brown with deep ruby highlights.
Aroma: Rich caramel, vanilla, earthy tobacco, bourbon, oak.   
Flavor: Malty, sweet,  strong & warming alcohol finish.   
Pairings: Creamy blue cheese, veal crown roast with balsamic fig sauce, dark cherry cheesecake.


Russian Imperial stout

This huge Russian Imperial Stout clocks in at 10.64% ABV and was aged in a combination of first-fill Four Roses and Ranger Creek .36 bourbon barrels. The nose features toffee, raisin, and sweet, boozy bourbon notes. Roasted malt, oak, and vanilla dominate the taste with more nuanced flavors of caramel and cherry developing as it warms. It finishes with a warming, coffee bitterness. To enjoy this beer at its finest, allow it to warm up to 55-degrees, and share it with a friend.

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Appearance: Dark black with a tan head. 
Aroma: Toffee, raisin, and sweet, boozy bourbon notes.
Flavor: Boozy raisin, toffee, roasted malt, oak, coffee.
Pairings: Braised french dip sandwich, bread pudding, bacon, spinach & gorgonzola pasta.


Small Batch No. 13 W FIGS

The 13th edition of our rare and experimental small batch release is a Belgian Dark Strong Ale with Brettanomyces and Figs at an ABV of 11.96%.  Small Batch No. 13 pays tribute to one of our original brews: La Bestia Aimable or more commonly called, "The Beast". We aged this beer in French Oak for over two years in house cultured barrels. The aroma starts with hints of acidity followed by sweet and floral notes that balance out the underlying funky earth tones. The dry body showcases the dark stone fruit flavor and finishes with a pleasant fig tartness.

ENJOY SOME NOW, CELLAR SOME FOR LATER.

Appearance: Deep coppery-brown. 
Aroma: Hints of acidity followed by sweet and floral notes and funky earth tones. 
Flavor: Dry body with dark stone fruit and a pleasant fig tartness.  Low to no carbonation. 
Pairings: CCarbonnade, triple-creme cheese, sticky toffee pudding.


Small Batch No. 13 W Cherries

The 13th edition of our rare and experimental small batch release is a Belgian Dark Strong Ale with Brettanomyces and Tart Cherries at an ABV of 11.96%.  Small Batch No. 13 pays tribute to one of our original brews: La Bestia Aimable or more commonly called, "The Beast". We aged this beer in French Oak for over two years in house cultured barrels. The aroma starts with hints of acidity followed by sweet and floral notes that balance out the underlying funky earth tones. The dry body showcases the dark stone fruit flavor and finishes with a pleasant tartness.

ENJOY SOME NOW, CELLAR SOME FOR LATER.

Appearance: Deep coppery-brown. 
Aroma: Hints of acidity followed by sweet and floral notes and funky earth tones. 
Flavor: Dry body with dark stone fruit and a pleasant fig tartness.  Low to no carbonation. 
Pairings: CCarbonnade, triple-creme cheese, sticky toffee pudding.