Our tap list constantly rotates based on the season, the lunar cycle, and who the Texans’ starting quarterback is. If your favorite beer is out today, chances are you’ll see it again soon, and in the meantime you’ll find something new to be your rebound.
Clean and aromatic malt base with a snappy dry and bitter finish.
Very dark, moderately roasty Milk Stout with delicate sweetness suggestive of sweetened espresso.
Refreshing wheat beer with a dry finish, fluffy mouthfeel, and banana and clove yeast character.
Hoppy and bitter, showcasing modern American hop characteristics.
Sweet, rich, malty Abbey-style Tripel
An aggressively hopped Double IPA- loaded with Galaxy and Nelson Sauvin.
A beautiful, flavorful, and effervescent Belgian ale with clove, pear, apricot, and slight bitterness.
A moderately dark, malty, refreshing wheat-based ale. Reflects the yeast and wheat of a hefeweizen blended with the maltiness of a Dunkel.
IPA with the fruitiness and spiciness derived from the use of Belgian yeast.
Class in a glass with citrus and stone fruit overtones, white wine notes, and a soft maltiness ending in a dry, crisp finish.
Subtle smoke and pink peppercorn with bitter dark chocolate undertones leaving a sexy mesquite finish.
Crisp, clean, and refreshing German style Pils showcasing quality malt and hops.
Features notes of fresh orange, velvety chamomile, and spicy coriander. Refreshing ABV still allows you to keep your wits about you.
Full-bodied, malty English-style ale with an aroma of cherries and rich flavors including toffee, biscuit and an herbal hoppiness.
A full-bodied, full-flavored ale featuring a fruity nose and a long bitter finish.
Everything you liked about Looyah Milk Stout times a billion. Cocoa, vanilla, dark espresso notes, and a long, roasty finish.
Delicious lager featuring honey and graham cracker aromas and a clean, crisp finish.
A highly drinkable and interesting Scottish Export, this brown ale has a subtle sweet aroma, toasty and caramely flavors, and a smooth clean finish.
A blonde ale that actually has flavor? Yeah.
A classic Abbey-style ale, with aromas of toffee and dried fruit, a complex malty body laced with notes of ripe cherries, and a finish of molasses and allspice.
Complex yet refreshing kettle soured ale with coriander, lime zest, and Himalayan sea salt.
Our single hop lager made with fine Nelson Sauvin hops. Notes of grape, white wine, and gooseberry give way to a soft bitterness and clean finish.
A complex combination of grains and hops, producing a clean and bright beer. Aromas of grapefruit and pineapple, flavor of lemon and slight malty sweetness, and a crisp bitter finish.