Let us propose a toast, to all of those who understand that life is not about the destination, but the journey! In regards to brewing, there’s plenty of ways to get a fermented and carbonated malt beverage in your glass. With Royal Pils, we scrutinized every step of the way more than ever. Including, but far from limited to, a head to head and side by side sensory analysis of some of the best pilsner malts we could get our hands on. We selected a German variety that was mellow with a touch of sweetness, and prominently featured this lively floral characteristic that seemed to just explode in your mouth like fireworks .
Of course, that malt selection goes hand in hand with the flavors and aromas 4 hop varietals we chose; Saaz, Liberty, Crystal, and Perle. Combined with the base Pilsner malt we give you big, yet delicate, aromas of coastal sea breeze mixed with an earthiness that is most relatable to what you’d smell walking through the woods during a light rain. Sounds to good to be true? Only one way to find out!
Available on draft and in 12 oz. cans
It's the most wonderful time of the year. In the spirit of the holiday season, we give you the Heater. Starting with a massive imperial milk stout, then adding roasted Serrano peppers for a subtle spicy kick. Creating a dynamic drinking experience taking you from sweet to heat. Proof that the best things don't always come in small packages….just smaller pours!
Available on draft
No matter what the next new trend may be, some things just stand the test of time! American Pale ale is one of these. Simple, crisp and balanced with a slight flavor of hops. This classic style is one that helped get the American Craft Beer movement going and will always be a fan favorite. While we are suckers for nostalgia, we are still experimental. So, when fascinating new ingredients arrive on the scene, we are gonna have some fun! Thus, we present to you our classically inspired but modernly interpreted American style Pale ale. Malt character is important in this style, so we created a simple yet oh so flavorful grist made of Pale and Munich malts, with just a touch of Crystal. This made for a soft and crisp backbone with flavors of graham cracker and fresh out of the oven bread. Hop wise, we divide the duties between Simcoe, Hallertau Blanc, and Cashmere. These beauties combine to present aromas of lime zest, melon, orange marmalade, and some candied grapefruit. All of this meld seamlessly into one delicious pint. So… jump, duck, and side-scroll your way to another glass!
Available on draft
A Gose Has No Name
A Gose Has No Name features many pounds of blood orange and raspberry puree. The blood orange is more tart, bright, and tropical than an ordinary orange. Raspberry is a rich and tart fruit with hints of floral flavors. A Gose Has No Name combines these to give you a tart, refreshing and slightly creamy ale. A gorgeous fuchsia color with fluffy pink foam is the result of a brewers fruit additions. A brewer also selected a nutty Pilsen malt to blend with doughy wheat malt, giving a Gose and its fruit a soft, crisp, and delicious malt profile. A brewery is Bad Beat. A brewer is no one. A Gose has no name. A drinker will be satisfied.
Available on draft.
Today Years Old
How old were you when you had your first beer with hops from South Africa, yeast from Norway, malt from Wisconsin & Germany, and custom built water from Henderson, NV?
Available on draft and in 4 packs to go.
Dogs Playing Poker
For our first ever collaboration, we reached out to our good friends across the Valley, Big Dogs Brewing Company! We put our heads together, and now present you with this Tropical Stout. Historically, when English Stout brewers would export their “extra” stouts to tropical climate markets, they would alter the beer to better suit these climates. Thus, their bitter, roasty and coffee forward stouts would be made rather sweet and much less aggressive on the roasted malt character.
Using this as a guideline we mashed a bunch of debittered black malt, mixed it with some English chocolate malt and some rich Caramunich malt. Then we fermented it out with some Hornindal Kveik yeast for subtle nuances of tropical fruit esters and a dry finish. What came out is an incredibly unique and delicious concoction! Layers of rich dark & milk chocolate, with subtle fig, toffee, and molasses notes. The body is silky smooth and creamy, before hanging a sharp left down drinkability lane with a crisp, dry finish! Support local and enjoy this tasty collaboration!!
Available on draft and in 12 oz cans.
7380 Eastgate Rd #110, Henderson, NV 89011