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Mraz Brewing Company never wanted to have a set lineup of beers. From our American-style ales to our Belgian-inspired beers, we pride ourselves on offering an ever-changing variety of distinct beers made with the most exceptional and unique ingredients. To date, we have brewed over 100 different beers. Below is a selection of beers that we have made over the last 5 years...
#BrothasAndBeer Imperial Black IPA
Brewed in collaboration with our homebrew friends who coined their own hashtag, #BrothasAndBeer, to share their favorite brews, this one is unlike anything else we do. Coined as our “Halloween Beer”, #BrothasAndBeer Imperial Black IPA is black as the night sky and devilishly hoppy. It’s the perfect beer to warm you up on the chill of Halloween and kick off the winter season. Brewed with Simcoe and a hefty amount of Eureka hops, this bold hop profile shines through the roasted, dark malt character of this beer. Its layered flavor profile emerges with rich chocolate malt flavors and is followed by a robust hop bitterness. It usually only comes around once per year, so make sure you give it a try before it’s gone!
18-e, one of our first brews, is named after the craft beer competition category it fits perfectly in, Belgian Dark Strong Ale. With a nice, malty aroma, deep amber color, and rich, full-bodied flavor, this is the perfect cold-weather brew. Slowly sip and savor 18-e as you are cozied up next to the fire this Winter.
3 Berry American Sour
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, refreshing, and very tart. Additions of blackberry, raspberry, and boysenberry give this beer an amazing bright purple color and vibrant fruit flavor.
510 Pale Ale
This beer should be called IPA light. Low on the malt flavor and big on the hop character, this is a great beer for drinking all day long. It is dry-hopped with Falconer's Flight giving it great aromatics and nice hop flavor. 510 was one of our very first beers ever made, so it is named after our suite number. Yes, we were VERY creative back then......yeeeahhh, not so much.
A juicy, Northeast-Style IPA, 5150 Haze is "crazy hazy". As crazy good as we are bad with puns, it does not disappoint. Brewed with Mosaic, Lemon Drop, and Citra hops, this brew has vibrant tropical and citrus notes and a nice, smooth finish. You'd be crazy to stop at just one!
Brewed with Pro Cyclist Evan Huffman for his wedding, this West Coast style IPA is the perfect beer for celebrating all night long. Although Evan trains hard for races like the Tour of California where he came in first place in TWO different stages of the race, he loves to relax with a beer in hand whenever he can. 53-11 is named after that final gear riders shift into when racing to the finish line. It's that point when some riders are probably already thinking about their celebratory beer in their hand. It is a delicious brew that is pale in color with wonderful melon notes from the El Dorado hops and grapefruit character from the Galaxy hops used. It is topped off with a heavy dose of dry-hopping making this IPA easy-drinking, yet still full of flavor.
All The Peaches Love Me (Collaboration w/Flatland Brewing Company)
The second of our five anniversary collaborations, All The Peaches Love Me, was developed and brewed with our friends at Flatland Brewing Company! This delicious American Sour will channel thoughts of the tasty sour candy we all know and love, Peach Rings! And of course, you have to do the dougie as you’re drinking it because...come on, it’s only fitting 😜 With tons of peach, apricot, & a touch of vanilla, this beer is tart, fruity, & oh so juicy. All The Peaches Love Me is the perfect beer for all you sour lovers to enjoy all day long!
The deep mahogany color of this beer is deceiving as it is such a smooth and easy-drinking brew. It has a hint of caramel sweetness, lots of roast characteristic, and a nice dry finish. If you're looking for heavy malt character and minimal hop bitterness, this is the beer for you.
*California State Fair Medal Winner
Brew a nice, well-balanced American Brown Ale, dry-hop it like an IPA with Simcoe hops, your end result is this delicious brew. Vibrant aroma from the chocolate malt and heavy dry-hop, but still smooth and easy-drinking. This was going to be a one time brew, but was such a hit that we will brew it again and again.
Apple Jack Barrel-Aged Window of Opportunity
What do you do with an Apple Jack barrel? We asked ourselves that exact question when Dry Diggins, a great local distillery, offered us one of these unique barrels. In the end, we decided to fill it with our Belgian Tripel. Since we had never worked with this type of barrel before, we didn't know what to expect. Call it luck, call it talent, whatever it was, we couldn't be happier with what we ended up with. This barrel-aged version of our Belgian Tripel is one of the most unique and delicious beers we've made to date. With notes of apple, oak, caramel, and spice, this beer gives you so much complexity while still leaving you with a nice, smooth finish. We only made one barrel of it, so get it while you can!
Apricotversary American Sour
This collaboration beer with Doyle's Pub and Taproom was brewed for their 1st Anniversary and our 4th Anniversary. Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is light, easy-drinking and nicely tart. The additions of apricot, peach and purple plum give this beer an amazing aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
Barrel-Aged Morning Star
This beer begins as our Belgian Imperial Golden Strong and is then sent into Chardonnay barrels for 6 months with heaps of cherries. The end result is an extremely rich, robust, and vibrant brew. The traditional Belgian spices are balanced nicely by a touch of alcohol sweetness, a hint of Chardonnay and oak from the barrels, and delicious cherry character. This complex and full-bodied brew is best enjoyed by slowly sipping and savoring it as it warms in the glass.
Barrel-Aged The Gift
This beer begins as our Belgian Imperial Golden Strong and is then sent into Chardonnay barrels for 6 months. The end result is an extremely rich and robust brew. The traditional Belgian spices are balanced nicely by a touch of alcohol sweetness and a hint of Chardonnay and oak from the barrels. This complex and full-bodied brew is best enjoyed by slowly sipping and savoring it as it warms in the glass.
Barrel-Aged Window of Opportunity
This beer begins as our Window of Opportunity Belgian Tripel and is then sent into Chardonnay barrels for 6 months. The end result is a beautiful light orange brew with the balance of spice, a touch of alcohol sweetness, and a hint of Chardonnay and oak.
Belgian White Ale
This Witbier is made to be a refreshing brew enjoyed all year long, but especially in Summer. Light in body, with just a hint of tartness, this is one of our most easy-drinking beers. The traditional Belgian spices come through nicely to round out the flavor and aromatics.
Best Coast celebrates not only the awesome area we live in, but the style we all started brewing back in the day. This West Coast IPA brewed with Simcoe and Citra hops, has bright notes of citrus and passion fruit. Agressively hopped to showcase the style, hop heads will not be disappointed. West Coast is the Best Coast!
Black & Red
Toronado only turns 30 once and we were selected to help them celebrate with this collaboration brew! Black & Red, which happens to be both Toronado and our business colors, also represent the fruits in this delicious barrel-aged wild ale. It begins as our Gabriel Belgian Blond Ale and is then sent into wine barrels for 1 year. Aged with brettanomyces and lactobacillus, this beer is already complex and tart, but the additions of black currants, red raspberries, and red cherries, while contributing to the name, also give it a vibrant color, wonderful juiciness, and delectable fruit flavor.
Black Creek is named after the two delicious fruits added to this beer. Black represents the blackberries added and Creek is a play on words to represent Kriek, the Belgian term for a barrel-aged cherry sour beer. It begins as two different beers, our Gabriel Belgian Blond Ale and our Window of Opportunity Belgian Tripel. They are then sent into their own wine barrels for six months. During aging, brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of blackberries and cherries are added to each barrel. Finally, the barrels are blended to transform these once traditional brews into one complex Wild Ale with bright fruit character, nice tartness, and a soft, dry finish.
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, Blueberry is an American Sour that is juicy, refreshing, and very tart. The addition of heaps of blueberries give this beer an amazing bright purple color and vibrant fruit flavor.
A plum and apricot hybrid makes a pluot, so does that mean a blueberry and apricot hybrid would be a bluebot? We think so…or maybe we just like to make up words…or robot names. Regardless, when we it comes to beer these days, anything goes right. With heaps of blueberry and apricot and soured with lactobacillus, Bluebot is juicy, tart, and fruity.
As Bob Ross would say, "we don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents". Brewed for the Lord of Rice competition, this brew was the first rice beer we've ever created. It was not an "accident" per se, but definitely an experiment and happy little surprise. Brewed with a heavy quantity of rice, there is a slightly fruity and refreshing element to this light rice ale, creating an easy-drinking brew suitable for the happy painter in all of us.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee & Cream
This beer is bound to make your tastebuds happy! Coffee, bourbon, oak, and a finish of cream...does it get any better? This beer starts out as our Imperial Porter, a nice rich brew. We then age it in bourbon barrels for 2-4 months. At the tail-end of aging, we add a light aromatic coffee from a local coffee roaster straight into the barrel. If this wasn't enough, when pouring this beer we float our nitro, vanilla, lactose, sweet Cream Ale right on top. Just this touch of "cream" puts the perfect finish on this delectably complex brew.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee Pot Porter
This beer has a little bit of everything! Coffee, bourbon, oak, chocolate, and more. This beer starts out as our Imperial Porter, a nice rich brew. We then age this beer in bourbon barrels for 2 months. Then, to finish it off, we add a light aromatic coffee from a local coffee roaster straight into the barrel. The end result is a culmination of coffee, beer, and bourbon. Three of the best things in life!
Bourbon Barrel-Aged El Guapo Negro
El Guapo Negro was first brewed in 2016 for Pangaea Bier Cafe during Sacramento Beer Week. It was such a hit, that we decided we had to do a barrel-aged version for 2017. This beer begins as Operias Imperial Porter, a nice, rich, traditional brew. We then age it in bourbon barrels for 6 months with a handful of habaneros and vanilla beans. The end result is a complex brew with the rich flavors of chocolate, coffee, vanilla and a hint of heat on the finish. This may be a one-time brew, so make sure to try it while you can!
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Amber
This beer starts out as our Imperial Amber, a bigger and bolder version of our Amber Ale. It is then sent into bourbon barrels and a touch of Blis maple syrup is added to balance out the heat of the bourbon. We age this beer for 2-4 months and the end result is one of our most complex beers yet. The bourbon is certainly showcased in this beer, but it is balanced nicely by oak, roast, chocolate, and caramel notes making for a nice smooth finish.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged The Gift
A Belgian beer in a bourbon barrel? That's not something you see everyday, so we decided to give it a go! The Gift is our Imperial Golden Strong, a nice, rich Belgian brew. Since it is already such a big beer, we thought it could definitely hold its own in a bourbon barrel. We aged it just a couple months in barrel, to give it a hint of bourbon without being overpowering. The balance of fruit and a touch of sweetness from the base beer balance out the high abv and barrel nicely. It is one of our highest alcohol beers, but definitely doesn't drink like it. Be careful with this one, the first one will go down so easy, you'll want a second!
The is an "Old World" style Saison made in the "New World", hence The Bridge. We have always loved the most traditional Saisons that have been brewed for more than 50 years, so we decided it was time for us to try our hand at it. We used an older style malt, a single hop variety, and most importantly a special yeast to create this delicious brew. It is beautifully balanced with a refreshing fruitiness and a nice, dry finish.
California Hoppy (Collaboration w/Crooked Lane Brewing Company)
Brewed in collaboration with Crooked Lane Brewing Company for 2018 Sacramento Beer Week, we went all out for our first try at this exciting new style, a Brut IPA! Just like the beautiful California poppy, California Hoppy has a slender body and a big, bright bouquet. With lots of dry-hopping and almost no residual sugar, this beer has the aroma of a big Imperial IPA and the nice, dry finish of a lager. Deceivingly easy-drinking, yet still full of flavor, it's no wonder Brut IPAs are here to stay.
Brewed in collaboration with abc 10 for the 2017 California Craft Brewers Summit, this is a one-time brew that we're sad we won't be doing again. It is a hazy, juicy, Northeast-style IPA brewed with Citra and El Dorado hops and finished with orange zest. It looks like your morning OJ and is as easy-drinking as it too! Breakfast beer maybe? We think so!
Calimyrna begins as a Belgian Amber Ale. It is then aged in wine barrels with brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of figs for 6 months. The end result is a tart wild ale with notes of fruit, spice, oak, and a nice dry finish.
Capitol Luau American Sour
This collaboration beer with Capitol Beer and Taproom was originally brewed for their 4th Anniversary. Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is light, easy-drinking and nicely tart. The additions of pink guava and passion fruit give this beer an amazing aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
*California State Fair Medal Winner (x2)
The Cardinal is a Flanders-style ale that begins as a Belgian red ale. It is brewed and then barreled with cherries, lactobacillus, and brettanomyces. This process is replicated two more times over the course of 18 months. All three batches are then carefully blended and bottled to form the perfect balance of oak, fruit, funk, and malt. This beautifully unique wild ale is perfect for aging as it will continue to mature and transform over time.
The Cardinal Raspberry
The Cardinal Raspberry is a Flanders-style ale that begins as a Belgian red ale. It is brewed and then barreled with raspberries, lactobacillus, and brettanomyces for 2 years. Traditionally this beer is brewed with cherries, but we decided to experiment with just one barrel of raspberries. Quite possibly our rarest beer that may never be brewed again, this is one for the books. Almost a hybrid between our Framboise and The Cardinal, this beer is incredibly complex and will age phenomenally for months and even possibly years to come.
Cave Dweller is our first ever Lager produced! A hybrid of sorts, we combined German malts, Czech yeast, and American hops when brewing this easy-drinking brew. With a touch of fruit on the nose and a small hop character on the finish, it has just enough character to keep you coming back for more.
We have been good friends with the folks at Heretic Brewing Company for ages and finally decided Halloween was the perfect time to plot a collaboration between our two devilish breweries. Cereal Killer was inspired by the iconic, seasonal cereal we all wish was available year round, Count Chocula! We added boxes and boxes of Count Chocula to this big Imperial Stout, as well as lots of extra chocolate and marshmallow. Although it channels those nice, rich flavors, it won’t give you a sugar rush. Surprisingly easy-drinking and well-balanced, it will have you thinking…breakfast for dinner? Hell yeah!
Chai of the Tiger
Chai of the Tiger, just like the song it was named after, is all about staying true to yourself and rising up to the challenge. Our brewers are constantly pushing themselves to create new and unique brews that take your taste buds on an exploration of flavor you’ve never experienced before. Our Tiny Tank Series, experimental 1bbl batches of beer in our Tiny Tank, allows them to take this to the next level. Chai of the Tiger is an American Sour that is brewed with Chai spices. It’s a uniquely sensational combination of subtle spice, vibrant tartness, and a nice dry finish. There’s only 31 gallons of this beer, so if you are able to grab a pour or a can, count yourself lucky!
Charon is a Dark Sour Ale that brings together our Belgian Dark Strong Ale, Belgian Blond, and Imperial Porter in wine barrels for 12 months with lactobacillus and brettanomyces. It emerges as one of our most complex wild ales and is deceivingly easy-drinking. Sip on this brew on its own or paired with a delicious charcuterie plate.
Chateau (Collaboration w/The Monk’s Cellar)
We are incredibly thankful for the long-time friends we’ve made in the beer industry, so for Thanksgiving we decided to brew with the talented folks at The Monk’s Cellar. We both share a love of Belgian styles, so it was a no-brainer to brew one of the classics. Chateau is a Belgian Pale Ale that we modeled after one of our very favorite Belgian beers, Orval, and brewed with 100% Chateau pale malt. With the perfect balance of Belgian spice and hop bitterness, this beer is the perfect pairing for turkey dinner!
The Cheater Imperial IPA
We used three of the tastiest hops out there in this Imperial IPA, so we thought it almost felt like "cheating", hence the name, The Cheater. Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops create a robust aroma of citrus and and great tropical flavor. This brew is pale in color, but still has great mouthfeel and nice firm bitterness on the finish. It is not your sweet, malty DIPA, but super hop forward and clean. The Cheater is truly meant for the IPA fanatic!
Cherry American Sour
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, refreshing, and nicely tart. The addition of heaps of dark tart cherries give this beer an amazing vibrant color and delicious fruit flavor.
Citra House Imperial IPA
This is our first ever 100% Citra-hopped IPA with Vermont yeast. Blonde in color with a slight haze from the yeast, it looks as juicy as it tastes. Heaps of citrus come out in the aroma and taste and the hop character is nicely balanced without too much lingering bitterness. Deceivingly easy-drinking for an Imperial IPA.
Coercion American Imperial Stout
Most Imperial Stouts are referred to as Russian Imperial Stouts because the style was originally brewed for Catherine II of Russia, but why play into norms we say! Coercion, our American Imperial Stout, is just what you would expect from this style, but with our own twist. This brew is big, robust, and full-bodied with strong notes of chocolate and coffee from the heavy amount of roasted malts used. It has a vibrant nose, rich flavor, and just a touch of heat on the finish. Amazingly balanced, this beer is uncommonly approachable for the style.
Coffee & Cream
This two-part beer is one of our favorite and most unique brews. We first brew our dark, rich Coffee Pot Porter with locally roasted coffee. Then, we brew Tan-Lines, a light, clean, blonde beer with a twist. Once it has finished fermenting, we add a ton of lactose sugar and vanilla beans and then over-carbonate it with nitro. It turns this brew into a sweet, rich concoction reminiscent of whipped cream or latte foam if you will. We put both these brews on tap, fill the first 3/4 of your glass with Coffee Pot Porter and delicately float this vanilla lactose cream ale on top like adding your foam to your latte.
Coffee Pot Porter
Brewed with locally roasted coffee beans and hemp seeds, this unique twist on our Imperial Porter blends wonderful flavors and aromas of bold, roasted coffee and and dark chocolate. The hemp seeds provide a subtle touch of nuttiness to the finish and hence the name, Coffee Pot.
Cold War, takes our American Imperial Stout, Coercion to a whole new level! Most of the time manipulation is viewed as a negative term, but in beer manipulating ingredients can be an beautiful thing. Cold War was aged in a combination of local Dry Diggins Rye barrels and Redemption Rye barrels for 3 months, elevating this already epic beer to new proportions. Notes of roasted coffee, dark chocolate, and a subtle hint of bourbon come through perfectly, while the velvety, soft mouthful almost like chocolate mousse, wraps it all up into a surprisingly approachable brew.
Count Your Blessings Belgian Single
Do you like a nice Belgian White, but sometimes it's just too heavy with all the wheat and spice? Well this is the beer for you. With a light body similar to a Lager or Pilsner, yet still some fruit from the Belgian yeast, this beer is great to Lager and Belgian drinkers alike. The light copper color is deceiving because this is light and refreshing and perfect for any occasion. History note...hundreds of years ago, Monks used to drink this style of beer when they fasted. It was their perfect table beer.
Cran Turazzmo will get your taste buds revving and your body humming with its perfect formula of cranberry and raspberry to ensure optimal performance. Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this brew is juicy, refreshing and tart. It's entoxicating aroma, bright magenta color, and vibrant fruit flavor will keep you coming back for more. This is not a simulation...I repeat, this is not a simulation.
Cranberry/Blood Orange American Sour
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is light, easy-drinking and nicely tart. Additions of cranberry and blood orange give this beer an amazing pink color and vibrant fruit flavor.
Just as a Curator has understated importance in cultural heritage, the Oud Bruin style is one that is underrated, but incredibly important to include when putting together a portfolio of Belgian-style Wild Ales. Curator begins as a Belgian Brown Ale and transforms over 12 months in wine barrels into a complex, malt-forward, and nicely tart brew. It's no wonder this style has been around for ages. Sip, savor, and repeat!
Currantly Taken American Sour
This collaboration beer with Final Gravity Taproom was brewed for their 5th Anniversary! Soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is light, easy-drinking and subtly tart. Additions of black currant and blackberry give this beer an vibrant purple color and delicious fruit flavor.
Dark Matter is our most deceptive brew. Disguised by a dark rich color, this Black Saison is surprisingly light and easy-drinking. It is traditional in flavor, but with a bit more mouthful. Close your eyes and let your taste buds do the talking.
Deadpoint is an Imperial IPA that reaches new heights in flavor and aroma. Dry-hopped with Denali and Idaho 7 hops, notes of pineapple and grapefruit shine through with a nice bite of hop bitterness on the finish. Since Denali is the tallest mountain in the U.S. and Idaho is known for it’s mountainous landscapes, we thought it fitting to name it after the rock climbing term to denote the high point or moment of weightlessness achieved by a executing a dynamic move upward. We hope this beer will be the high point of your day!
Devil's in the Details
Devil's in the Details is a devilishly delicious Red Saison where we channeled everything around that devilish number SIX. Not only is this beer 6.66%abv, we added in 6 different malts, stirred 666 times, boiled at 66.6 degrees, added 6 hop additions that were 6oz each, fermented the beer for 6 days, and then released it on our friends' 6th anniversary of their business. If that's not embracing a theme, we don't know what is. Still light and refreshing like a traditional Saison, but with just a touch more sweetness and a nice smooth finish, this beer is perfect for not just the devil himself, but everyone!
Named after the Slavic god, Dogoda, who wears a blueberry crown and calms the harsh winters into gentle breezes, this beer is smooth and delicate. Aged for 6 months in wine barrels with blueberries, Dogoda has notes of fruit and oak with a tart, dry finish. Although it won't calm the winter weather, it will calm your mood and delight your palate.
Drinking with Friends
*Great American Beer Festival Medal Winner, CA State Fair Medal Winner (x3)
Drinking with Friends is a beer made from friends to be enjoyed with friends. The idea for this brew began years ago when we were enjoying an array of amazing wild ales with our best friends. We kept the remains from our favorite bottles and continued to do so at every bottle share throughout the year. At the end of the year, we used this unique blend of yeast to cultivate a delicious wild ale to be aged in white wine barrels during the following year. In 2016, we bottled and released our first batch, but reserved a few barrels to allow us to blend into later years. In 2017, we were able to blend barrels from the 2016 batch as well as the following year, adding layers of complexity to this already delectable brew. Finally, in 2018, we were able to officially do a full 3-year blend (barrels that are 1, 2, and 3 years old), just like they do in Belgium with Gueze. We plan to continue this 3-year blend year after year now. Blonde in color with the perfect balance of funk and fruit, this beer can be enjoyed now or for years to come.
Drop The Mike
One of our most unique beers yet, Drop The Mike, was brewed with our friends at Fort Rock Brewing Company for New Years Eve! It’s your perfect beverage to toast with as the ball drops. Brewed with local Chardonnay juice from Lodi and fermented with Champagne yeast, you'll be passing the bubbly aside and picking this up. Sip & celebrate the new year with this fruity, dry, and tasty brew!!
One of our awesome brewers David, was blessed with not one, but two baby girls. In honor of his twin girls and David's love for dark, malty beers we thought it fitting to brew a Belgian Dubbel. Dubbelganger is your classic Belgian Dubbel with just a hint of plum and fig sweetness from the dark Belgian malts. Although, dark in color this brew is surprisingly drinkable. It's the perfect beer for all you new dads out there :)
East Coast Queen
We always thought West Coast King needed a counterpart, so we found him his match! In East Coast Queen, we use the same hops (Citra, El Dorado, and Eureka) and same malt build as the West Coast King, but instead of California yeast, we use Vermont yeast. We also added a little less bittering hops and doubled the dry-hop, making this beer softer than the West Coast King, but slightly more aromatic. The delicate Vermont yeast gives this beer a wonderful peach and apricot aroma and leaves the beer nice and hazy, just like a Northeast Pale Ale should be. It is super easy-drinking, yet full of flavor, keeping you coming back for more after each sip.
EDH is our signature Imperial IPA and crowd favorite! It is named after not only our location, El Dorado Hills, but also after the large amount of El Dorado hops we use in this beer. Also brewed with Citra and Eureka hops, this beer has nice bitterness with a touch of citrus. Certainly not a malt-driven IPA, we add just enough to make this beer nice and easy-drinking, especially for a big abv beer.
El Dorado Secret
El Dorado Secret, a hazy, juicy, Northeast-Style IPA, combines El Dorado and Vic Secret hops. This lovely union of tropical goodness makes for a delicious, easy-drinking IPA. It is the perfectly crushable beer for this Summer or really all year round.
This seasonal IPA is meant to pair with the great food of the Fall season. The darker malts used give this beer a great auburn color and add a light toastiness to the flavor. Large amounts of Cascade hops added during the initial brew and also the dry-hop, give this beer nice bitterness to balance the malts. It is a perfect pairing for the heartier dishes of Fall and especially Thanksgiving, if we don't run out before then.
*California State Fair Medal Winner
Fallen Angel is a barrel-aged version of our Gabriel Belgian Blond. Aged in Chardonnay barrels with brettanomyces and lactobacillus for 12 months, it emerges tart and dry with notes of Chardonnay, oak, fruit, and spice.
Brewed to support the Folsom Auburn Trail Riders Action Coalition, this West Coast style IPA is the perfect post-ride beverage for all of our avid mountain bikers. This delicious brew is pale in color with wonderful tropical notes from the Mosaic and El Dorado hops used. It is topped off with a heavy dose of dry-hopping making this IPA easy-drinking, yet still full of flavor.
Ferus is a wild ale fermented with two strains of brettanomyces and lactobacillus. It is then aged for 12 months in red wine barrels fresh from a local winery. The end result is a tart and complex ale with notes of red wine, oak, fruit, and spice.
Flocc To El Dorado
The fourth of our six anniversary collaborations, Flocc To El Dorado, was developed and brewed with our friends at Alaro Brewing Company! This brew was inspired by an amazing thing called yeast flocculation that gives us brilliantly clear beer. Clear IPAs have a bad rap for being harsh and bitter, but they can be as easy-drinking and smooth as hazy IPAs. This Sacramento IPA (yes, we’re coinging a new phrase), is just that, a smooth, fruit-forward, and aromatic IPA, but it’s clear! In the spirit of Alaro’s Spanish style, we used Sabro and El Dorado hops giving it delicious notes of peach and tangerine with a touch of coconut on the finish.
Framboise begins as our Gabriel Belgian Blond Ale and is sent into wine barrels for 6 months. Additions of brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of raspberry result in a tart, juicy, and complex wild ale.
This is your classic Belgian Dubbel with just a hint of plum and fig sweetness from the dark Belgian malts. A nice, malty, drinkable brew.
In collaboration with our friends at Loomis Basin Brewing Company for the CA Craft Brewers Summit, Fruit Bruter is a Fruited Brut IPA. Say that ten times fast! Named after those pesky fruit booters at the skate park, this gnarly new take on an already new style is fruity, crisp, hoppy, and slightly tart. Brewed with passion fruit, boysenberry, Denali hops, and Mosaic hops, strong fruit aromas flip into a smooth body and grind into a slightly bitter finish.
G'day Session IPA
This Session IPA is brewed entirely with New Zealand and Australian hops (Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy & Motueka). These highly sought after hops are hard to nab, but when we get our hands on them, we have to make this unique brew. These magical hops deliver a wonderful stone-fruit aroma and vibrant flavor and pack the hop punch of a much bigger beer.
G.T.O. American Sour
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, easy-drinking, and nicely tart. The additions of grapefruit, tangerine, and orange give this beer a delicious citrus aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
Gabriel Belgian Blond
Gabriel is a Belgian Blond with a vibrant golden color. A light, spicy aroma and the perfect balance between mild bitterness and traditional Belgian sweetness, makes this beer incredibly approachable. It is medium-bodied with a crisp, smooth finish that keeps your coming back for more.
Galaxy Files Imperial IPA
Brewed with 100% Galaxy hops, this Northeast-style Imperial IPA is fruit forward and full of flavor. Galaxy Files has the perfect balance of hop bitterness and a nice smooth finish. It will go down almost a little too easy for an Imperial IPA, so we won't blame you for ordering a second or third.
Ginger B. Goode
The first of our Tiny Tank Series beers, Ginger B. Goode is an American Sour brewed in our tiny one barrel tank. Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, easy-drinking, and nicely tart. The addition of heaps of ginger give it a unique, spicy aroma and vibrant fruit flavor. There is only 25 gallons of this beer and it may never be brewed again. It doesn't get more limited edition that that!
Golden promises of golden hops! Doesn't that sound like the beginning of an Indiana Jones film? We sure thought so...this Imperial IPA was created with 90% Golden Promise malt and then extensively flavored with El Dorado (golden) hops. We aren't just tossing grain bags in hopes that we can trick you into drinking this liquid gold. We know that you can recognize the kind of beer that will ultimately melt faces. Drink up our sweet, lil Golden Idols.
Goldilocks is an American Blonde Ale that captures the essence of summer with its golden color and beautiful malt notes from the Golden Promise malts used. Clean and crisp with just a touch of sweetness, this beer is "just right" as Goldilocks would say!
Gose is a German-style sour beer with additions of salt and coriander. Traditional German Goses are very salty. This Gose, however, has a just a hint of salt and nice tartness from the lactobacillus added. It is the mellowest and most approachable of our sour beers. Although it is unfiltered, it is still light, crisp, refreshing, and very citrusy.
Gravitron (Collaboration w/New Glory Craft Brewery)
The fourth of our five anniversary collaborations, Gravitron, was developed and brewed with our friends at New Glory Craft Brewery! This Northeast-style IPA with Mosaic and Nelson hops will take your taste buds on a wild ride. Was that corny? Oh well, what’s really important is how incredibly juicy, aromatic, and easy-drinking this beer is, not our bad puns 😋 Gravitron is the perfectly crushable beer to enjoy all day long!
Green Collar Pale Ale
Green Collar Pale Ale is a collaboration beer brewed for the Oakland A’s home opener with Altamont Beer Works out of Livermore. It has a huge tropical and citrus aroma with bold flavors from the heavy amount of Citra, Mosaic, and Lemon Drop hops used. With a simple malt bill of 2-row, Pilsner, and Munich malt, this brew is clean and easy-drinking...perfect for a tailgate!
High Bus Kiss
The first of our six anniversary collaborations, High Bus Kiss, was developed and brewed with our friends at Red Bus Brewing Company! This brew was inspired by Red Bus’ iconic flower child ride and their new endeavor into the world of sour beer. An American Sour with hibiscus and dry-hopped with Amarillo, it has a vibrant red color, juicy blood orange flavor, and the tart kiss of strawberry on the finish.
Hop Backs ‘N Tattoos (Collaboration w/Burning Barrel Brewing Company)
The fifth of our six anniversary collaborations, Hop Backs ‘N Tattoos, was developed and brewed with our friends at Burning Barrel Brewing Company! The inspiration for this brew came from the love of two different art forms you see together all the time, brewing and tattoos. We also couldn’t resist a good pun ;). With copious amounts of Cashmere and Mosaic hops, notes of papaya and pineapple shine through on this nicely hoppy West Coast Imperial IPA.
Hoppin’ with Mr. Cooperage
The sixth of our six anniversary collaborations, Hoppin’ with Mr. Cooperage, was developed and brewed with our friends at Cooperage Brewing Company! This brew was inspired by some of the deliciously hoppy beers Cooperage has created and the thought of teaming up to try something new. This Northeast-Style Pale Ale is the first we have brewed of this style and with a hop neither of us have worked with before, Rakau. With the addition of Galaxy hops as well, notes of lemongrass and grapefruit carry over into a soft mouthfeel and smooth finish. Can we venture to say it’s a slam dunk? A must have beverage during March Madness? An assist for the win? Okay okay, we’ll stop.
Images of sipping bubbly on the beach filled our minds when we were creating this beer with Hawaiian-based brewery, INU Island Ales! We wanted to capture the crisp, dry wind on your palate and the aromatics of the terpenes dancing like iridescent oils throughout the carbonation. Hoppy Bubbles bring to you notes of pear and peach that tantalize your senses and this tropical combination allows you to lay back, relax, and allow happy hoppiness to bubble up into your life.
I Can't C U
A little play on words, I Can't C U is a hazy Northeast-style IPA that is brewed with all C hops (Citra, Columbus, Centennial, Cascade, and Chinook). It has a nice citrus aroma from the heavy dry-hopping and a subtle stone fruit flavor from the Vermont yeast. Nice and juicy in the true Northeast style and with a soft pillow-like mouthfeel, this brew is super easy-drinking.
This is a bigger, bolder version of our Amber Ale with more malt, more hops, and more alcohol. Notes of coffee and caramel are nicely balanced by a touch of hop bitterness. This is the perfect beer to join the IPA and Amber drinkers alike.
This Belgian Golden Strong Ale is deceivingly easy-drinking, hence the devilish name. Very pale in color with a nice subtle fruit and spice character from the Belgian yeast, this is a brew almost anyone can enjoy.
Brewed in collaboration with abc 10 for the 2016 CCBA Summit, this is a one-time brew that we're sad we won't be doing again. It is dry-hopped with Mosaic and Amarillo giving it great tropical and citrus aromas. Very pale in color, this brew doesn't let any malt get in the way of the hops, leading to a nice aggressive hop flavor and clean bitterness on the finish.
Kaffir Leaf Saison
This starts out as our traditional Saison and then fresh Kaffir leaves from our brewer's own Kaffir Lime tree are added. These leaves are used a lot in Thai cooking and produce a really unique citrus and floral aroma and flavor. We use French Saison yeast in this beer and we do not add an abundance of wheat like other Saisons. This keeps this brew light and easy-drinking. Just one hop is used while brewing, Mandarina Bavaria, which compliments the citrus from the Kaffir nicely.
Keep Calm and Drag On
This delicious American Sour was a labor of love, hence the name Keep Calm and Drag On. We added over 30 gallons of dragon fruit to this beer, twenty ounces at a time. The end result was definitely worth the effort though! It channels delicious flavors of strawberry candy and is nicely tart and juicy. The perfectly pink color is the cherry on top!
Kriek begins as our Window of Opportunity Belgian Tripel and is sent into wine barrels for 18 months. Additions of brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of local cherries, result in a complex wild ale with notes of wine, oak, fruit, and spice.
Le Bosquet is a barrel-aged version of our Saison. It is aged in wine barrel with apricots, brettanomyces, and lactobacillus for 6 months. Le Bosquet emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, spice, oak, and the perfect touch of brett funkiness.
Lemon Drop Saison
*California State Fair Medal Winner
When the new Lemondrop hop was released, we knew we had to use it! It is amazing the amount of lemon flavor and aroma that emanates from this hop. We started with our base Saison that uses French Saison yeast and a limited amount of wheat, unlike other Saisons. This keeps the beer light and easy-drinking. We use just one hop in the initial brew, Mandarina Bavaria, which compliments the citrus from the Lemondrop hops nicely. Then, we dry-hop with tons of Lemondrop hops. Citrus is balanced out by a touch of hop bitterness and a nice dry finish.
Lumiere, the French word for light, is the perfect way to describe this easy-drinking Saison. With a very similar recipe to our classic Saison, it gives you that amazing traditional fruit and spice character, but on a lighter scale. Lumiere is meant to be your perfect table beer for enjoying all night long.
M7 (Collaboration w/Track 7 Brewing Company)
The fifth of our five anniversary collaborations, M7, was developed and brewed with our friends at Track 7 Brewing Co! This West Coast Imperial IPA with all Southern Hemisphere hops celebrates what we love most about this industry, friendship and collaboration. M7, a combination of both of our names and also a WWII grenade launcher, actually made us think about launching massive amounts of hops not grenades into this danky and tropical IPA. M7 is the perfect beer to satisfy you hop heads!
Mango American Sour
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, easy-drinking, and nicely tart. The additions of mango and a touch of passionfruit give this beer a rich aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
Merry Go Round
Merry Go Round will have you going around all holiday season in a merry mood! Ok, that was cheesy. Merry Go Round was actually named so because it’s the clear counterpart to Gravitron. Gravitron is a beer that’s as hazy looking as the ride, whereas Merry Go Round is as clear and calm as its namesake. Both are brewed with the same malt and Galaxy hops, but with different yeast. Merry Go Round is juicy, tropical, and slightly danky. It may be the first time in years you’ll be excited to ride this ride over and over again.
This big Imperial Golden Strong Belgian Ale has a pound of dark tart cherries added per every gallon of beer! Scarlet in color with a vibrant cherry aroma and flavor, this is one of our most unique beers. The tartness from the cherries comes through nicely and makes you forget you are enjoying such a high alcohol beer.
Mrs. Kiwi & Mr. Nelson
Mrs. Kiwi & Mr. Nelson is a barrel-aged version of our Saison that is aged with brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of kiwi. It is aged for 6 months in barrel and is then dry-hopped with Nelson hops right before bottling. Sweet Mrs. Kiwi comes together with bitter Mr. Nelson for the perfect balance of tart fruit, hop bitterness, and oak.
Muddy Brew Buddies (Collaboration with Moksa Brewing Company)
*California State Fair Medal Winner
The first of our five anniversary collaborations, Muddy Brew Buddies was developed and brewed with our friends at Moksa Brewing Company! This delicious Imperial Stout will bring you back to days of cozying up by the fire and enjoying this tasty homemade treat of Chex Mix intertwined with peanut butter, chocolate, vanilla, & powdered sugar. We decided to emulate this age-old classic by brewing with lots of wheat and adding peanut butter, cacao nibs, & vanilla. A big beer, but still nicely balanced, Muddy Brew Buddies was the perfect treat to kick off our anniversary!
Nelson Mix Tape
Nelson Mix Tape is a West Coast-style Imperial IPA brewed with all Southern Hemisphere hops, Nelson, Motueka, Galaxy, and Pacific Jade. This combination of exclusive, down under hops produces vibrant melon character and a robust hop bitterness on the finish. Light in color and mellow on the nose, Nelson Mix Tape can be quite deceiving as it's actually a bright, bold IPA made for the true hop head.
This is as big and dark as it gets! Rich chocolate, heavy roast, and just the right amount of bitterness balances out the touch of sweetness in this brew. Operias is even available on Nitro sometimes, which turns it into something even tastier, a Porter milkshake!
Passiflora, named after the plant that passion fruit grows on, begins as our Gabriel Belgian Blond Ale that is sent into white wine barrels for six months. During aging, brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of passion fruit are added to transform this traditional Blond Ale into a complex Wild Ale. The final result is a delicious brew with bright fruit character, nice tartness, and a soft, dry finish.
Just as a pawn is your first move in chess, The Pawn is our first move into Sour IPA’s. The third beer in our “Chessboard Series”, it is certainly the most unique. Additions of peach and lactobacillus, give this brew vibrant fruit notes and subtle tartness, but don’t worry. It is still an IPA at heart and has great hop character on the nose and finish!
As spring snow melts and the earth becomes fertile, we experience the blooming of Persephone. The amber waves of her hair flow elegantly from the bottle into your glass. Dragon fruit and pomegranate engulf your senses as she begins to warm. The kiss of death, tastes as beautifully tart as this Wild Ale aged with lactobacillus and brettanomyces.
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, easy-drinking, and very tart. The addition of heaps of pineapple give this beer a rich aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
Pink Boots Stout
We have been wanting to pair up with the Pink Boots Society for a long time. Our General Manager is a member herself and we have so much respect for all the amazing women that make the craft beer industry what it is. We didn't want to do a stereotypical "girly" beer as people like to call them because, let's be real, women these days like just as big of beers as men do. So, what did we decide on? A nice, big, traditional American Stout! This is just what you would expect from the style with an added touch of oats to provide a nice mouthfeel. Notes of coffee and chocolate are balanced nicely by subtle bitterness and a touch of sweetness. The is the perfect beer to finish out the winter season.
Play That Gummy Music White Bear
The second of our six anniversary collaborations, Play That Gummy Music White Bear, was developed and brewed with Sacramento Beer Enthusiasts and yes, it’s the longest beer name ever! This brew was inspired by a Gummy Bear shot, a drink we all may or may not have consumed in excess when we were younger. With additions of peach, cherry, and pineapple, this big Imperial Sour is deceivingly easy-drinking and nicely tart. It’ll go down even easier than a Gummy Bear shot!
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, easy-drinking, and nicely tart. The additions of peach and a touch of pomegranate give this beer a rich aroma and vibrant fruit flavor.
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is light, easy-drinking and nicely tart. The addition of heaps of purple plum give this beer an amazing rich pink color and vibrant fruit flavor.
Heavily soured with lactobacillus and finished with Saison yeast, this beer is juicy, refreshing, and nicely tart. Additions of raspberry and passionfruit give this beer amazing aromatics, a vibrant fuschia color, and delicious fruit flavor.
Reckless Use of Hops
Our hoppiest beer to date is so RECKLESS (see what we did there) that we only brew it twice per year. Once for Sacramento Beer Week and once for the CCBA Summit. It is the most aggressively hoppy beer we make brewed with Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, and Eureka. We keep the malt very low on this beer to showcase the hop aroma and aggressive hop bitterness and it results in a brilliantly clear, pale IPA. The hop forwardness and lack of an alcohol bite, makes this a dangerous triple IPA...or should we say reckless? Ok, too much.
This beer begins as our Belgian-Style Dark Strong Ale, 18-E. It is then aged in red wine barrels for up to one year to produce a deep mahogany color and rich, robust aroma. Sublime dark fruit notes come through with a complex finish of tannins from the barrel, slight bitterness from the hops, and a touch of sweetness from the heavy malts. This big beer is meant to be paired with a hearty meal or sipped slowly and savored.
Butte County is a wonderful area just up the road from us. Forested hills, winding rivers, towering pines, mighty oaks, and even mightier people. And in the aftermath of the Camp Fire, the most destructive wildfire in California history, it’s up to us to help them rebuild. This IPA was brewed to support those affected by the Camp Fire. 100% of the proceeds from this beer will be donated to the Camp Fire Relief Fund. Sierra Nevada formulated this recipe, so if you love Celebration, one of their signature IPA’s, you’ll love this beer!
Roots & Wings (Collaboration w/Urban Roots Brewing)
The third of our five anniversary collaborations, Roots & Wings, was developed and brewed with our friends at Urban Roots Brewing! This classic, clean Saison brings both these brewers back to their roots (pun intended 😉) and channeling what they both do best. Mike and Peter are both known for brewing stellar Saisons that showcase the style superbly. Roots & Wings will be the perfect beer to refresh your palate this Spring!
Rum Barrel-Aged Imperial Amber
While picturing ourselves sipping rum on a remote tropical island, we thought up what would best showcase these delectable Dillon Rum barrels from the French Caribbean. Our Imperial Amber, with it's rich color and malty character, seemed like a perfect fit for these barrels. After four months of aging, notes of molasses, spice, and caramel arise to take this big beer to an all new level. Although very complex, it still has an incredibly smooth finish. Take a sip and let your taste buds transport you to the Caribbean.
Saints & Zinners
We've always been huge fans of The Good Beer Company and their wild ales, so when we had the chance to work with them, making a zinfully delectable brew with wild yeast was a must. Since they are located just outside of the City of Angels in Santa Ana and we're just outside of Zin country, the name Saints & Zinners seemed fitting. We had the opportunity to snag some fresh Old Vine Zinfandel barrels from Jeremy Wine Company and some fresh Zinfandel grapes, also from Lodi, to transform this straightforward Saison into a complex Wild Ale over the course of a year. It showcases a beautiful ruby color, fruit-forward flavor, and tart, dry finish.
Light in color but not alcohol, this beer is brewed with a special Saison yeast and fermented in the mid 80's to make for a very complex brew with a nice dry beer.
Saison Je' is a barrel-aged version of our Saison. Aged in wine barrels with brettanomyces and lactobacillus for 6 months, it emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, spice, oak and the perfect touch of brett funkiness.
Saison Je' Blackberry
Saison Je' Blackberry is a barrel-aged version of our Saison. Aged in wine barrels with brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of blackberries for 6 months, it emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, spice, and oak.
Saison Je' Cassis
Saison Je' Blackberry is a barrel-aged version of our Saison. Aged in wine barrels with brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of black currant for 6 months, it emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, spice, and oak.
Saison Je' Peach
Saison Je' Peach is a barrel-aged version of our Saison. It is aged in wine barrels with peaches, brettanomyces, and lactobacillus for 6 months. This brew emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, spice, oak and the perfect touch of brett funkiness.
Seed in the Stone
Seed in the Stone captures the essence of elegance in this delicate Wild Ale that is laced with subtle notes of peach, apricot, & plum. Just like King Arthur, this beer is bound for greatness as it ages and the wild yeast continues to add layers of complexity.
Slackpacker Imperial IPA
In collaboration with our friends of Kern River Brewing Company, Slackpacker Imperial IPA was brewed for Sacramento Beer Week 2017. A perfect marriage between our signature Imperial IPA, EDH, and their signature Imperial IPA, Citra, this brew reflects the style of both breweries. The additions of Citra and El Dorado hops give this beer a bold flavor with notes of citrus and stonefruit and the extensive dry-hopping results in a robust aroma and hop forward flavor. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind brew during Sacramento Beer Week!
Sour Bromance is a collaboration at its finest. Final Gravity Taproom joined us over one year ago to brew our Final Gravity Saison and provided us with wine barrels to age this delicious brew in for a whole year. Additions of lactobacillus, brettanomyces, and heaps of Chardonnay grapes, result in a tart and complex wild ale with notes of Chardonnay, oak, fruit, and spice.
What is better than one sour beer? Two combined! This unique blend was concocted by our staff and was such a hit that we decided to pour it at the 2017 Track 7 Invitational and even with a fancy cocktail umbrella! It is our Mango American Sour with a float of our 3 Berry American Sour. The beautiful layering of color makes it look like a Tequila Sunrise, but with sour beer. Only available when both beers are on tap, this is a rare and unique brew with the complexity of multiple fruit flavors and a super tart finish.
This seasonal brew is bright and flavorful to kick your tastebuds off for the warmer weather. It is brewed with Simcoe, Amarillo, and Centennial hops and, starting in 2017, Vermont yeast, to give it that nice, juicy stone fruit flavor and hazy color. We dry-hopped this brew extensively to give it the brightest aromatics without an overwhelming amount of lingering bitterness on the finish. Easy-drinking, yet full of flavor, makes the Spring IPA a fan favorite!
Spring Snow is a barrel-aged version of our Gabriel Belgian Blond Ale. It is aged in White Port barrels with brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and heaps of white peach for 6 months. The end result is a tart and juicy wild ale with notes of White Port, oak, fruit, and spice.
Stellar Velocity is a barrel-aged version of Dark Matter, our Black Saison, with blackberries and black currants. Aged in Sangiovese barrels for 6 months with lactobacillus and brettanomyces, this delectable brew has a dark garnet color, a robust dark fruit flavor, and notes of Sangiovese and oak on the finish. Amazing complex and nicely tart, this beer is ready to enjoy now, but don't be shy aging this beer, as it will only get better with time.
Strava, Then Guava
When your good friends are celebrating 5 years and you both love biking, you collaborate on a post-bike refresher of course! Strava, Then Guava, a collaboration with Bike Dog Brewing, was inspired by the fitness app, Strava, that a lot of cyclists use (us included!) and the insane amounts of guava and tangerine used in this refreshing American Sour. With a strong guava aroma and juicy tangerine flavor, this is the perfect beer for celebrating, whether it’s 5 years of fantastic beer or a grueling bike ride in the foothills.
Strawberry Lemonade is a barrel-aged version of our Lemon Drop Saison. Aged in wine barrels with brettanomyces, lactobacillus and 120lbs of strawberries for 6 months, this beer emerges tart and dry with notes of citrus, oak, fruit, and spice.
Brewed specifically to be enjoyed in this toasty summer weather, this seasonal IPA is as refreshing and easy-drinking as it looks. Paler in color and lower in bitterness than our other IPAs, but still full of tropical citrus flavor from the large amount of Mosaic and Centennial hops used. According to the brewers, Summer IPA pairs perfectly with beach parties and tacos...and who doesn't love that!
*California State Fair Medal Winner
This is the lightest of the Ale styles. "Lager-like", pale in color, and very clean and crisp. It is the perfect brew for enjoying after a bike ride, lounging by the pool, or pairing with almost any dish.
We are huge supporters of the Pink Boots Society, so we decided to participate in Pink Boots Brew 2018 with our Tank Girl themed IPA! As kickass as the character it's named after, Tank Girls is a Northeast-style IPA with dragon fruit and dry-hopped with the PBS 2018 hop blend of Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, Laurel, & Palisade. Brewed and packaged solely by the ladies of Mraz & Pink Boots Society Sacramento, this juicy, fruit-forward, and slightly pink IPA is a must-try!
Tank Girls 2
We are huge supporters of the Pink Boots Society with three members of our own, so we decided to participate again in the Pink Boots Brew with our Tank Girl themed IPA! As kickass as the character it's named after, Tank Girls 2 is a Northeast-style IPA with dragon fruit and dry-hopped with the PBS 2019 hop blend. Brewed and packaged solely by the ladies of Mraz & Pink Boots Society Sacramento, this juicy, fruit-forward, and slightly pink IPA is a must-try!
Tearin’ My Suit
The third of our six anniversary collaborations, Tearin’ My Suit, was developed and brewed with our friends at Fifty Fifty Brewing Company! This brew was inspired by the artfully-crafted Italian dessert, tiramasu. Just like the dessert, this rich Imperial Stout is layered with notes of espresso and vanilla, a velvety mouthfeel, and a touch of ladyfinger sweetness on the finish. It will leave just enough room for a paper thin mint!
Torey's Orange Wheat
Torey's Orange Wheat is a very special one as it was formulated by our Assistant Brewer, Torey Philipp, when he was a homebrewer and is now his first solo commercial brew. It is an American Wheat, so it is lighter and crisper than most Belgian Wheats. Heaps of Seville orange peel were added to give this beer a subtle orange aroma and big citrus flavor. It is one of our most easy-drinking brews and perfect for enjoying year-round.
Tornberg Rye Stout
It is so hard to find a nice, non-imperial, non-coffee, non-chocolate, straightforward stout these days, so we did just that. Mike Mraz's longtime homebrew friend, Greg Tornberg, shared with us this delicious recipe. We brought him in, tweaked the recipe a touch, and out came our first ever stout. The rye gives this beer amazing mouthful, but it is still super easy-drinking. There is enough chocolate and roast characteristic to make it extremely flavorful without being heavy or sweet. A go-to beer, even in the hot Sacramento summers.
Join us for an adventure over a tasty sea of hops! Turbulence is named after the cloudy or turbid look of this Northeast-Style Pale Ale and the journey the Falconers Flight hops will take your taste buds on. With floral, tropical, lemon, & grapefruit notes, this beer will get your blood pumping while the low alcohol content will ensure smooth travels.
Twin Flames are souls that are perfect mirrors drawn to each other with great intensity...the epitome of yin and yang, but when together they feel right at home. This Wild Ale made with double the amount of fruit as our other barrel-aged brews embodies this idea with the intensely tart raspberry character that puts your taste buds on high alert and the complexity of fruit, oak, & wild yeast that brings together opposing flavors with such perfection.
Under the Mistletoe
Tis the season for Belgian spices and Apple Hill apples right?! We thought so! Under the Mistletoe is a Belgian White brewed with apples straight from Apple Hill. Although this beer will make you want to smooch under the mistletoe during Christmas, it was actually inspired by the fact that mistletoe commonly grows on apple trees, hence “under the mistletoe” you get apples! With the spice notes and light character of a traditional Belgian White, this beer also has an added layer of fruit with the apples added making it the perfect beer to enjoy throughout the holidays.
We Are Brut
We Are Brut, a Brut IPA, was inspired by our love for Groot and Guardians of the Galaxy. It represents the ever-changing and evolving "hop inflections" that one might experience in craft beer. In the beginning, we perceive some hearty, earth character and then soon find ourselves diving into a nectarine orchard thanks to the generous amount of Galaxy hops added. Time only proves an adventure through the galaxy of crisp-sweetness, a flavor profile that shines bright through the dense Craft Beer nebula.
West Coast King
This beer is the best of both worlds...a Pale Ale that is hopped like an IPA. West Coast King has a nice golden color with a zesty citrus aroma. It is hopped with Eureka, Citra, and El Dorado hops resulting in hints of grapefruit, mango, and pineapple. It is easy-drinking, super aromatic, and full of flavor, yet smooth on the finish without much lingering bitterness, so it keeps you coming back for more after each sip.
When Hops Cry
When our good friend decided to open up Weathered Souls Brewing in San Antonio, Texas we had to be the first to do a collaboration with him! We decided to brew something hop driven, but smooth enough for everyone to enjoy. With large amounts of Mosaic and Citra hops, this big, juicy, West Coast IPA has a tantalizing tropical aroma backed by big hop flavor. The perfect balance of hops and malt leaves it nicely smooth and incredibly drinkable.
Whoa Blackberry is the second beer in our Tiny Tank Series, a series of beers brewed in our tiny one barrel tank (only 31 gallons!)! It’s bam-A-Lam delicious with tons of fresh-picked wild blackberries and a touch of local Kingdom coffee. Probably one of our most unique American Sours, this brew has a hint of chocolate on the nose, juicy blackberries on the palate, and finishes slightly dry and nicely tart. There is only 30 gallons of it and it may never be brewed again, so it’s definitely one of our most limited-edition creations!
Wild Meadow begins as our Meadow Amber Saison and is sent into red wine barrels for 6 months. Aged with brettanomyces and lactobacillus, it emerges tart and dry with notes of fruit, oak, spice and funk.
Window of Opportunity - Belgian-Style Tripel
*California State Fair Medal Winner
This beer is as true-to-style as it gets. Beautifully light orange in color from the small amount of specialty malts, Window of Opportunity marries wonderful characteristics of malt and alcohol sweetness with a balancing touch of spice. For a higher alcohol beer, this ale finishes amazingly clean and dry.
Light on the specialty malts and big on aroma, this is our boldest of our seasonal IPA's. Extensive dry-hopping leads to an extremely fragrant brew without too much lingering bitterness. Intoxicating tropical fruit flavors come from the amazing New Zealand hops, Nelson Sauvin and Motueka.
This seasonal take on our Witbier is a touch more robust and malty than our traditional version. It's meant to pair nicely with the colder weather, while still remaining refreshing and light in body. The traditional Belgian spices come through nicely to round out the flavor and aromatics of the seasonal brew.