Imperial Breakfast Stout
prefer to take it seriously! The goal here is simple: make a beer that will
go with breakfast. Coffee was a no brainer, as was getting our coffee from
our friends at Mothership coffee roasters. Next, we added oats, literally
the same rolled oats you’ll find in oatmeal. Followed by a couple different
types of malted wheat (cereal and toast), lactose (the sugar found in milk)
and a touch of smoked malt (adds a savory quality you’d get from bacon or
grilled ham). Finally, we mash a lot of roasted and chocolate malts to
layer coffee, brownie, cocoa, and milk chocolate qualities. Put all of this
together, and it’s glorious! A rich and savory imperial stout with loads of
dark chocolate, brownie crusts, and coffee. Also, did you know this shit
was almost called “Party All Night”?
It’s A Trap
It’s a Trap” is our take on a rather obscure style of beer. Trappist breweries are known for their high alcohol Dubbels, Tripels, and Quads… but what about a single? Here is OUR answer! Our Abbey single is crisp and effervescent. It has a beautiful aromatic mix of phenols (pepper/clove/spice) and esters (orange/pear/apricot) as well as the earthy and biscuit characters the malt and hops bring forward! Cheers and may the force be with you!
Available on draft and in 12 oz cans.
The concept for Big Blind was simple. Get some aggressively fruity hops, let them mingle, then serve the beer in its raw, unfiltered form. We grabbed the following hops and had ourselves a good ole time! Mosaic, today’s superstar hop named for its dynamic and diverse array of tropical fruit characteristics. Mandarina Bavaria, a newer hop from Germany nicknamed “the tangerine machine”. Amarillo, the most senior hop, known for giving off ruby red grapefruit and fruit punch characteristics. Finally, Denali, the baby of the bunch. Denali is a new variety with extremely high oil content (the stuff that contains all the goodies) that displays quite a bit of pineapple.
Together these hops are pure awesomeness. Most notably, huge flavors reminiscent of pineapple and lime lifesaver candies, with a wide variety of citrus aromatics that you could only get at the grocery store. Subtler tangerine and pineapple flavors soften a resinous characteristic. All of this wraps up with a giant finale of flavor that is pure grapefruit pulp!
Hops alone do not make a beer, so some special finesse went into the grist. Golden Promise and Pilsen malt make up the backbone of the grist, with a bit of white wheat and dextrose as a finishing touch. This makes a unique, mellow, and delicious wort for our yeast to chew through and the hop load to nestle into.
Black Tie Affair
American Stout is the oddball of the stout family. It’s a stout that is fermented with a clean and crisp yeast (opposed to the fruity and softer English strains). It incorporates a variety of specialty malts beyond roasted and burnt and welcomes the use of resinous, American hops! Our grist structure for Black Tie Affair creates layers of diverse toasted cocoa, coffee, toffee, and maltiness from aggressive quantities of specialty malt. Higher hop loads, a thorough yeast strain and a fermentable mash profile create great drinkability while also allowing the hops to better express themselves. Hopwise, we used Columbus, Willamette, and Centennial for a unique flavor profile, with some classic American hoppiness! Bottoms up!!
From time to time, we find it important to just stop…..and take it all in. Take inventory of the blessings we have as a brewery. It’s an extremely competitive world and it just isn’t possible to accomplish what we have without you. Yes you, whoever you are reading this right now. Whether this is your first time in or you have been with us since day one, thank you.
Of course, there is no more perfect a time to reflect upon all of this than during the most famous beer celebration in the world. Thus, there is no other style of beer we can brew to pay tribute than an Oktoberfest style Marzen! Our Oktoberfestbier has a beautiful orange hue and is as clear as you can get without filtering. The aroma is malty, somewhat sweet, and full of toasted malts with little hints of honey. Flavor wise, we pack a rich and dynamic array of toasted and bready malts with subtle tones of caramel and honey. Full and creamy on your palate yet finishing immaculately clean and dry just before you start thinking that this beer is sweet or cloying. Incredibly easy to drink, whether you want to put your mind into enjoying all its nuances, or your mind is elsewhere and you don’t want to think, you just need something delicious. We got your back, just like you’ve always had ours!
All the Kolsch Kids Are Doing It
Succumb to peer pressure and be rewarded with pure fermented pleasure.! Kolsch is a pale and delicate style of beer brought to us by German brew masters, and just in time for stein season! With our Kolsch, we bring you a beer that is the most crushable of crushable and super enjoyable to drink. Which is perfect, because you’ll surely find yourself drinking plenty of it!
For those gorgeous earthy and floral aromatics, as well as a balancing bitterness, we use the always classic Saaz hop. For the glowing yellow color, crisp yet fluffy mouthfeel, and soft bready maltiness we use the palest of the pale German pilsner malt, with a tiny amount of wheat. For the brilliant clarity and removing all the yeast, tannin, and polyphenols that extended cold storage (lagering) didn’t remove, we used our filter press! Finally, we present to you the new standard for drinkability, cheers!
6.8 % abv
Adding lactose to an IPA sounds crazy, but so did sending humans into space, the internet, and deliberately brewing and serving a murky beer! Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is a vast, wonderous and mysterious place. Humans have been pondering at the stars for-literally-ever, and it’s easy to place that wonder and amazement into things we do here on planet Earth. For us, that is beer, and hops are the stars in our little slice of the universe! So, we got our hands on some Galaxy and Comet hops (it was only fitting). Plus, a little lactose for that creamy, “milky” sweetness.
For this NE IPA we wanted to be a little heavy handed in the hops department. Thus, we added just under 4.5 pounds of Galaxy and Comet hops per barrel of beer… (at a 3 to 1 ratio favoring Galaxy of course). What we got, is an IPA as unique as the galaxy around us! Beautiful and gigantic notes of sweet grapefruit, fruit punch, peach, and citrus rind just explode out of the glass and will tingle all your taste buds!!
5.2 % abv
Beginners Luck is a Roggenbier! Hefe”RYE”zien would be a great way to simply describe this cloudy, chestnut beer with fluffy off-white foam! Fermented with the same yeast strain as our Bluffing Isn’t Weisse. You’ll notice some bubblegum and vanilla aromatics, before tasting the awesome toffee & toast malt characteristics. Toasty, toffee, spicy rye backbone, with hints of banana bread as well!
7.5 % abv
Power. Wisdom. Courage. The three pieces of the Triforce, and whoever wishes to wield it must have these three traits in perfect balance with one another. Simoce. Galaxy. Olicana. The three hops making up our Triforce! Each from a different continent, but each containing similar and complementary characteristics to one another and this style of beer. Passionfruit, mango, peach, grapefruit rind, and melon are all striking flavors and aromas you won’t be able to miss!
Triforce is a heroic hazy of legendary portions. Incredibly tropical and stone fruity all throughout, with a downright evil drinkability for the 7.5% abv. The grist (although overshadowed by the 5.5lbs of hops per barrel) gives a beautiful fresh baked bread flavor, a silky, creamy, juicy mouthfeel, and a crisp finish.
It’s dangerous to go alone, drink this!
7380 Eastgate Rd #110, Henderson, NV 89011