Core Beers (available year round)

Cream Ale

An easy-drinking, all-season American craft beer. With a low bitterness level, light mouthfeel and crisp finish, this beer pairs well with just about any dish. Try it with a slice of pizza or a burger after a hard day's work. 5.5% ABV

Texas Pecan Brown Ale

Malty and rich, this brown ale has just enough bitterness to balance the flavors of caramel and chocolate. Much more approachable than a full-bodied porter this medium-bodied beer is crafted with Texas pecans to yield a subtle nuttiness. Try it with some roasted pork or barbecued brisket. 5.5% ABV

American Amber Ale

This crowd favorite is based upon an award-winning recipe from David's home brewing days. A non-traditional American amber with a large dose of late hops in the kettle results in a strong hop aroma and flavor profile supported by a firm, malty backbone. Think of it like an amber colored IPA without the high degree of bitterness.  Spicy Tex-Mex chicken enchiladas will bring out everything that this beer has to offer. 6.5% ABV

American IPA

Our version of another classic American style. Loaded with premium American hops, this golden ale bursts with citrus and piney notes. The clean, dry finish leaves you with a pleasantly smooth bitterness. Try it in it's classic pairing with a curry dish, although our favorite is with a big bowl of spicy Texas chili (hold the beans, please). 7% ABV

Seasonal Beers

Check back often to get the scoop on the new brews. They'll be posted here as we release them!

Bavarian Helles – Brewed exclusively for the Oktoberfest celebration at the brewery. Light in color but full-bodied and malt focused. This beer finishes clean with subtle notes of noble German hops. 5% ABV

Belgian Golden Strong – Brewed with pilsner malt, Abbye yeast, and a touch of sugar, this strong ale is complex, fruity, and on the higher end of the ABV spectrum yet remains very approachable. 9.5% ABV

Bluebonnet Wit – Due to popular demand, the Bluebonnet Wit was born. Folks were so distraught to see the spring seasonal go away that we brought it back for the other seasons with a slight recipe reformulation. Instead of using Texas red grapefruit zest, we infused bitter Seville orange peel into this light and refreshing beer. Spiced with cracked coriander and lightened with a hint of chamomile. It helps make the hot central Texas summers much more enjoyable. 5.4% ABV

Czech Pilsner – Crisp and well-rounded with a spicy hop finish. Slightly bigger and bolder than its German cousin, this pilsner is brewed with Czech pilsner malt and Czech Saaz hops. 6% ABV

Dunkel – Smooth, rich and complex without being heavy. This Munich Dunkel boasts a dark ruby hue and full body. The moderate bitterness and subtle sweetness provide balance to this tasty lager. Another Oktoberfest seasonal favorite! 5% ABV

German Pilsner – A crisp, clean, and refreshing beer featuring the delicately sweet, lightly-colored pilsner malt, and noble German hops. A true German classic! 5.3% ABV

Grapefruit Wit – Based on David's award-winning homebrew recipe, this Belgian Wit is an annual spring seasonal crowd favorite. Spiced with cracked coriander and brightened with the zest of fresh Texas Red Grapefruit, this beer is light, crisp and refreshing. Perfect for a cool, clear spring day in central Texas. 5.4% ABV

Hefeweizen – Brewed exclusively for the Oktoberfest season, this classic German ale is cloudy and light golden in color capped with a thick white head. Subtle and well-balanced clove and banana flavors play nicely with the slight tartness of this beer. 5% ABV

Milk Stout (nitro) – This sweet stout has aromas of brown sugar, cream, and roasted coffee. Brewed with a healthy dose of unfermentable lactose sugar, it will leave a long sweet taste on your palate. The low level of carbonation and thick, creamy head also contribute to the pure bliss of milk chocolatey smoothness. 5% ABV

Oktoberfest – Brewed exclusively for the Oktoberfest season, this smooth, clean, malty lager has a beautiful orange hue and a thick white head. The quintessential German festbier! 5% ABV

Orange Blossom Honey Pale Ale – This American Pale Ale is brewed Columbus hops and drizzled with Orange Blossom Honey for a delicate sweetness and floral aroma. First brewed as a pilot batch with the Round Rock Homebrewers Guild, this beer was so popular in our 'research' that promotion of the OBH Pale Ale to Seasonal status was inevitable. Try it with a plate of Texas BBQ. 6.5% ABV

Robust Porter – An American version of a classic English style. This substantial, malty, dark ale has a wonderfully complex and roasty character. 6.2% ABV

Smoked Porter – Deep, dark, and rich. This Porter is brewed with a substantial amount of Bavarian beechwood-smoked malt to give it a full, but soft smokiness on the palate. A great companion to beef and pork dishes. 5% ABV

Texas Summer Blonde – 2-row and light crystal barley malts make for a smooth, well-rounded beer that is balanced by just the right amount of hops. It’ll make you think of lazy days by the pool and is so light and easy-drinking that it’ll be hard to have just one. 5.2% ABV

Vienna Lager – Brewed to resemble certain aspects of our Oktoberfest, this brown lager goes down smoothly with a subtle bitterness and elegant maltiness. A great go-to beer with a lot of flavor and balance. If you like the dark lagers brewed south of the border, you'll love this! 5.5% ABV.

Whistlin’ Kitty Chaser Pale Ale – Brewed as an Independence Day tradition. Named for one of the fireworks in Joe Dirt and exploding with hop-derived notes of pineapple and ripe mango. Look for it on tap around town next to beers from our colleagues to complete the Red Horn – Whitestone – Bluebonnet lineup! 5.5% ABV

Immortal Ten Series

This series honors and remembers the 10 students and staff from Baylor University who lost their lives when their bus was struck by a train on a rainy night near downtown Round Rock in 1927 en route to a game in Austin. All of the beers in this series will be around 10% ABV and each will be named for each victim of this tragedy. Beers in this series will be available at the brewery with very limited distribution in Round Rock.

Kelley – An abundance of black and chocolate malts give this beer a pitch black appearance and flavors of dark chocolate. The full body and slick mouthfeel come courtesy of a generous helping of malted wheat and flaked oats. These characteristics work together to conceal the high alcohol content so sip it slowly and let it warm up a bit for even more aroma and flavor. 10% ABV. This Imperial Stout is dedicated to James Clyde "Abe" Kelley. Regarded as one of the heroes of that night, Abe saved the life of his friend and teammate at the expense of his own.

Winchester – This Imperial IPA is a showcase for classic American hops, but this golden ale is also everything you love about our house IPA and much, much more. The pleasantly firm bitterness is expertly balanced by the subtle sweetness of the malt and warmth of the alcohol. At 10% ABV and 133 IBUs you'll want to sip this one slowly and take time to reflect. This beer is dedicated to William Penn Winchester of Waco, TX. Senior center for the 1927 Baylor University men's basketball team.

Castellaw – This Belgian Quadrupel is inspired by the Trappist brewers of Belgium. This full-bodied autumn-colored ale features flavors of dark fruit and will warm you up on a cold winter's night. 10% ABV. This beer is dedicated to Jack Castellaw of Ennis, TX. Senior Scorer for the 1927 Baylor University men's basketball team.

Hailey – This American Barleywine is big, bold, and intensely malty with an assertive hop character. The strongest of all the ale styles. 11% ABV. This beer is dedicated to Robert R. Hailey of Lott, TX. Sophomore Guard for the 1927 Baylor University men’s basketball team.

Hannah – Like the Hailey, this American Barleywine is big, bold and intensely malty. However, this beer was also aged in whiskey barrels where it picked up additional layers of flavor and alcohol. It’s everything you love about the Hailey, and more. 13% ABV. This beer is dedicated to Robert L. Hannah, Jr. of Waco, TX. Junior Guard for the 1927 Baylor University men’s basketball team.