Our five rotating taps at the moment:
- Live Oak Hefeweizen – Modeled after the classic wheat beers of Bavaria, HefeWeizen is cloudy and straw-colored with a meringue-like head that lingers to the bottom of the glass. Brewed with equal parts wheat and barley malts and few hops, this beer features a unique yeast strain that produces harmonious notes of clove, banana, and vanilla. A proper execution of the classic style, this idiosyncratic Bavarian style is perfectly at home here in Texas.OG: 13ºP ABV: 5.3% IBU: 10
- 512 Pecan Porter Nitro – A smoother, lower carbonation version of the original, (512) Pecan Porter on NITRO is designed to simulate a cask version, where carbonation is naturally produced. As the beer is poured, carbonation cascades down the glass under a Nitrogen rich environment and a new, slightly sweeter ale resides below a creamy head. Patience is needed, but it’s worth the payoff.
- Friends & Allies White Ale – Style: White Ale, ABV: 6.0%, Hops: Mandarina Bavaria, Magnum, Malt: Pilsner, Wheat, Color: Cloudy Pale Straw, Body: Moderate, Flavor: Creamy and Effervescent, Aroma: Cracker, Vanilla, Herb/Spice, Light Citrus, Apples, Pears
- Hops & Grain: The One They Call Zoe – Zoe is brewed in a mildly traditional manner, very similar to many of the German lagers of the old world but dry-hopped to add an extra layer of complexity. This beer is based on pale and Vienna malts, light to golden in color with a beautiful white layer of foam resting on top, constantly delivering floral and citrus dry-hop aromatics with every sip. Zoe is meant to be paired with, well, life! With notes of lightly toasted bread, floral hops and an incredibly smooth finish we hope that Zoe is everything that you’ve been searching for in a pale lager.
- Zilker Marco IPA – Our original 7.0% American IPA features El Dorado and Simcoe hops. “Burnt Orange” in color, it has a substantial and complex malt profile. Powerful aromatics of tropical fruit and pine, from extensive dry hopping, will welcome you. A warm, bready malt character quickly washes away the initial bitterness, and then gives way to the resinous hops. Overall, a well balanced and full-bodied IPA with complexity in both the malt and hop profiles