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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Bitter Truth new bitters





Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Roots...$19.99 / 100ml
Bittersweet, brown and intensively aromatic, The Bitter Truth’s ROOTS Drops & Dashes show bold notes of burnt liquorice in combination with smoked & sweet spices and bitter gentian root. Light floral notes of iris roots give support and supply the balancing high notes to round it off.
Product Information:
Limited edition proprietary embossed white glass decanter with cork stopper and additional black dasher in individual full color The Bitter Truth style boxes to celebrate the companies 10th anniversary in 2016.
100 ml, 42% Alcohol by Volume



Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Blossom...$19.99 / 100ml
Pale red amberlike in color, The Bitter Truth’s BLOSSOM Drops & Dashes showcase a variety of summer blossoms from around the globe ranging from aromatic jasmine, sweet hibiscus, earthy iris and charismatic lavender. Full of fragile fragrances the flower basket is harmonic and delicate with new discoveries in every new sip.
Product Information:
Limited edition proprietary embossed white glass decanter with cork stopper and additional black dasher in individual full color The Bitter Truth style boxes to celebrate the companies 10th anniversary in 2016.
100 ml, 42% Alcohol by Volume


Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut...$19.99 / 100ml
Dark brown amber in appearance, the flavor of The Bitter Truth’s NUT Drops & Dashes is driven by delicate notes of green black walnuts with hints of Muscovado sugar, prunes & raisins in combination with high notes of roasted hazelnuts. Accompanied by aromatics of bitter chocolate and light espresso, the finish delivers gentle notes of cashew nuts and almonds.
Product Information:
Limited edition proprietary embossed white glass decanter with cork stopper and additional black dasher in individual full color The Bitter Truth style boxes to celebrate the companies 10th anniversary in 2016.
100 ml, 42% Alcohol by Volume

Tropical IPA from 4 Hands





4 Hands Dakine Tropical IPA...$9.99 / 6pk
Tropical IPA with Honey, pineapple and citrus zest
6% ABV

Growler Board Update



Destihl Bourbon Barrel Aged Quadrupel
Their Quad aged in BOURBON BARRELS -- A strong Belgian-style Abbey Ale 'quad' characterized by the immense presence of alcohol and balanced flavor, bitterness and aromas, with a color that is amber/rich chestnut/garnet brown, a complex fruity aroma & flavor reminiscent of raisins & dates.

2nd Shift Cat Spit Oatmeal Stout
Coffeey, roasty, blah blah blah, it's a stout, just drink it, it's really good.
Cat Spit Stout came to be when Steve was brewing his oatmeal milk stout. The infamous El Gato Grande was nearby, chewing on some grain and spitting it back on to the floor. Seriously. We can’t make this stuff up…

Urban Chestnut Forest Park Pilsner
PRE-PROHIBITION PILSNER
For the past 30 years, Forest Park Forever has been dedicated to keeping St. Louis’ beloved Forest Park one of America’s greatest urban parks. As a “Prost!” to the organization’s anniversary festivities, Urban Chestnut chose to brew this Pre-Prohibition Style American Pilsner, a style that was popular in the US at the time of the park’s opening in 1876. And like Forest Park itself, this beer has a fine, noble character and is accessible to all.

The Bruery collab with A Call to Arms
Deinde Repedo Sour Saison w/ Blueberries
A tart, barrel-fermented blueberry saison collaboration with Call to Arms. The name, Deinde Repedo, loosely translates to "Next Step". NextStep is an organization that aims to revolutionize the quality of healthcare for the physically-challenged. The beer's release today is timed with the conclusion of The Snow 2 Sand Charity Ride to raise awareness and support for NextStep. The bike ride started in Denver (at Call to Arms) and ended in Anaheim at Bruery Terreux for the beer's release.


Very Limited Release, not in bottles
Grimm Artisanal Ales Cube Cuvee #1
Style: blended barrel aged sour ale
Cube Cuvée #1 represents the first in a new series of beers for us. Two years ago, we began stashing beers away in barrels to use in the production of blended sour beers that would include significant aging character. We finally have enough of these old barrels that we can begin to include them in blends. For this first release, we have selected barrels of 16 month old brown sour ale and 4 month old golden sour. Something in the ballpark of a Flemish Red, CC1 is refermented in the keg for a soft carb, and shows beautifully balanced dried fruit notes and a complex, oaky tartness. Draft only, for now.Lauren adding cultures to barrels in 2014


Lagunitas Sucks "Brown Shugga' Substitute"
This sad holiday season we didn’t have the brewing capacity to make our favorite seasonal brew, the widely feared BrownShugga’ Ale. You see we had a couple of really good years (thank you very much) and so heading into this season while we are awaiting the January delivery of a new brewhouse we are jammin’ along brewing 80 barrels of IPA and PILS and such every 3 hours. A couple of months back we realized that since we can only brew a mere 60 barrels of Shugga’ every 5 hours, that we were seriously screwed. For every case of Shugga’ brewed, we’d short 3 cases of our favorite daily beers. It’s a drag. This year, we brewed something that we think is also cool and brews more like our daily brews. The new brewhouse will help insure this kind of failure never happens again. It’s a mess that we can not brew our BrownShugga’ this year and we suck for not doing it. There is nothing cool about screwing this up this badly and we know it. Maybe we can sue our own sorry selves. There is no joy in our hearts this holiday and the best we can hope for is a quick and merciful end. F*@& us. This totally blows. Whatever. We freaking munch moldy donkey butt and we just want it to be all over...
So this substitute beer is a ‘Cereal Medley’ of Barley, Rye, Wheat, and Oats…. Full of complexishness from the 4 grains, and weighing in at 7.85% abv, Then joyously dry-hopped for that big aroma and resinous hop flavor.

Evil Twin Pils Al Pastor with pineapple, lime and ancho chili



Evil Twin Pils Al Pastor...$8.49 / 22oz
Spicy, sweet and sour – this beer was inspired by rad barman's ancho chili, pineapple and lime accented cocktail pairing for the iconic pork and pineapple taco served across the street. A provocative pilsner; feel free to drop a dime (vintage phone booth style) on it. A little good-natured defiance of the bar’s cheeky name is part of the plan for this roguish collaboration.
Style: Pilsner with pineapple, lime and ancho chili
Brewed: Westbrook Brewing Co
ABV: 8%

Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker






BACK IN Stock
Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker...$9.49 / 4pk 16oz CANS
Despite his bitterness, lack of power and insuperable aversion to any kind of extravagant labor - he kind of has a charming charisma, and perhaps he is even loveable. Somehow we find him unbelievable irresistible and stimulating because he is one of the few that masters the ability to effortlessly impress with his sharp intelligence and make it look so damn easy.
Style: Session IPA
ABV:4.5

Evil Twin Sour Bikini Beer in CANS


  Back in stock!



Evil Twin Sour Bikini Beer...$9.99 / 4pk 12oz cans
98/100 RateBeer
3% ABV
Named after the atom bomb test grounds, designed by a French car engineer - the bikini was to many a disturbing and degrading creation and fortunately for others a symbol of emancipation.  This is attractively light bodied, seductively well balanced and very drinkable Sour Bikini is anything but a sissy beer.

Guardian Cellars Tasting Saturday March 11th







Upcoming Tastings at the Tasting Bar at Forsyth
The Wine and Cheese Place
7435 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105
314.727.8788



TODAY March 11th 2-4pm
We are excited to host Jerry Riener owner/winemaker of Guardian Cellars. Jerry will be at the Tasting Bar to pour his latest releases from Guardian Cellars. Jerry is making award winning wines from Washington State's best vineyards, if you are not familiar with Washington State Wines of just want to try some amazing juice, stop by and let Jerry show you the light.


Guardian Cellars is focused on making stellar wines from Washington's finest vineyards and so much more. A boutique winery and tasting room, a husband-and wife-team, a cop and a reporter.

We will taste all of these great wines!
Let us know you are coming on Facebook

2015 Guardian Cellars “Guardian Angel” Sauvignon Blanc...$19.99 
From the astonishing Klipsun Vineyard, this wine is rich in Red Mountain fruit, polished by winemaker Jerry Riener. Barrel fermented in new French oak, this matches ripe, tropical fruit flavors to barrel generated streaks of toast and caramel.

2013 Guardian Cellars Chalk Line Red Blend ...$23.99
(50% new oak): Dark red. Sexy Syrah-dominated nose of black cherry, spices and game. Suave and bright on entry, then nicely refined in the middle palate, offering a seamless texture to its dark fruit and spice flavors complicated by a repeating gaminess. Finishes with smooth tannins and very good length and lift.
Rated 90/100 Stephen Tanzer



2014 Guardian Cellars Informant Syrah...$29.99 
All coming from StoneTree Vineyard, The Informant is a Syrah co-fermented with 3% Viognier. Aged half in new French oak for 17 months, this full-throttle wine offers aromas of blackberry jam, cassis and barrel spice. It's rich with a silky, smooth finish.


2014 Guardian Cellars Gun Metal...$39.99 
It's 100% Merlot, what else is there to say other than it will stand up against cabs and is downright delicious.


2011 Guardian Cellars The Rookie...$41.99 

Also known as “Jennifer’s favorite wine.” This vintage of The Rookie is elegant and sophisticated. This 100% Red Mountain Cabernet, features notes of black cherry, licorice, dark roasted coffee and smoke. While the mouthfeel is big and structured, this wine is very approachable
+ Blend: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
+ Vineyard: Obelisco and Klipsun, in Red Mountain

2014 Newsprint Chardonnay...$17.99 
We brought some a hint of butter and just a touch of oak to this Chardonnay party! For our debut vintage of Newsprint Chardonnay we used 50% new French oak barrels that are water bent. This Chardonnay, hailing from Conner Lee Vineyard, features notes of gorgeous golden delicious apple and yellow plum. This Chardonnay has great texture, with very focused flavors and a sleek finish. 450 cases produced

2014 Newsprint Cabernet Sauvignon...$23.99

Newsprint Cabernet is a serious show- stopper! This wine features big and bright blueberry notes and hints of fresh herb on the nose. Swirl and take a deep sniff, you’ll get secondary notes of vanilla, black cherry, cassis and red currant. This wine has some serious body, but the soft tannins give it a lovely texture. There is some good acid here, keeping things super fresh.

WOW - Wine of the Week - Regueiro

Wine Of the Week
Taste it Saturday March 11 from 11am-3pm at all 4 locations!


2015 Regueiro Alvarinho/Trajudura White....$13.99

Today only $9.98 in the store

The 2015 Alvarinho / Trajadura is a 30/70 blend, dry, unoaked and without added carbonation. The sharp edge here gives this a wave of summer freshness, but the purity of its fruit is pretty nice, too. This has more than reasonable concentration for the level and its clean, somewhat stony finish makes it a bargain-priced winner.
Rated 89/100 The Wine Advocate

Recognized as one the foremost producers of boutique vinho verde in Portugal, Quinta do Regueiro is fast becoming synonymous with top shelf avant garde white wines, with a distinct focus on the Alvarinho grape.

La Noble Chardonnay scores a best buy! Again and Again

"...classy style. At 12 bucks, it’s a total steal."— The Wine Advocate
 
New 2015 vintage
2015 Noble Chardonnay ....$12.99
Made from 100% Chardonnay from vineyards mostly in Limoux (28% comes from St Bauzille), the 2015 Chardonnay offers crisp orchard fruits, melon and a hint of minerality in its medium-bodied, nicely textured, classy style. At 12 bucks, it’s a total steal.—
Rated 88/100 The Wine Advocate




Consistent best buy according to The Wine Advocate for many years!
La Noble’s 2014 Chardonnay, and like the 2013, it’s another terrific value. "--- The Wine Advocate

"...Consistently an amazing value..." -- Robert Parker, from his 2009 book on best values

Friday, March 10, 2017

Evil Twin Brewing Sanguinem Aurantiaco


Back in stock
Evil Twin Brewing Sanguinem Aurantiaco...$10.99 / 4pk
Sour Ale with Blood Orange Added

Evil Twin Westbrook Imperial Mexican Biscotti Break


More in stock!





No limit
Evil Twin Westbrook Imperial Mexican Biscotti Cake Break...$14.99 / 22oz
Evil Twin Brewing in collaboration with Westbrook Brewing Co. Ale with coffee, cinnamon, almonds, cocoa nibs, vanilla, and habanero peppers added.

O'Fallon new releases...





O'Fallon STL Red....$8.49 / 6pk

Celebrate our heritage with a new O’Fallon beer we created to honor our hometown passions. STL RED balances the sweet roasted nut flavors from the barley malt with the soft spicy and floral notes from the hops. It’s an easy-drinking red amber ale that gives you great game-day refreshment!
Alcohol: 5.6% ABV
Bitterness: 18 IBUs
Color: Cardinal Red





O'Fallon Grape Escape...$9.99 / 6pk
Grape Escape Slightly Tart Beer is a wheat ale which is “kettle soured.” We add a blend of red wine grape juice to secondary fermentation to create a beautiful red grape hue along with a touch of flavor and tannin. You’ll find it light, refreshing and meant to quench the parched palate with a slight puckering finish…just tart enough!
Alcohol: 4.1% ABV


4 Hands Cuvee Ange









Limit 1 per person

4 Hands Cuvee Ange....$8.99 / 500ml
Cuvee Ange was inspired by the French Oak wine barrels we used for this project that once housed all French wine varietals. Fermented with wild yeast and aged in a combination of Cabernet, Merlot, and Grenache barrels with raspberries and blackberries, Cuvee Ange is a fruity, tart, complex ale. Cuvee Ange pours a bright rose with aromas of fruit, funk, and wood.

Aun Mas Todo Jesus



More cases in stock - no limit

Evil Twin Aun Mas Todo Jesus...$6.99 / 11.2oz
Malt beverage with cinnamon, cocoa nibs, chili peppers, and coffee beans added
On a pilgrimage for immortal craft beer we tripped on these heavenly cocoa nibs, chili peppers, coffee beans, cinnamon and vanilla - threw them in at created damn good aromas, a thick fudge-like body, pitch black color and obviously only made it in limited amounts. And the taste....everything Jesus!

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Against the Grain Bay and Pepper Your Bretts...$17.99 / 750ml
Help control the Danimal population, please Bay and Pepper Your Bretts!
This culinary delight is a rich farmhouse-style saison brewed with a generous helping of aromatic Turkish bay leaves and a dose of coarsely ground Tellicherry black peppercorns. The wild fermentation is finished off with cultured brettanomyces, which lend a noticeable sour note. As a collaboration between celebrated Louisville chef, Josh Lehman, and the brewers at Against the Grain, this beer highlights the interplay of cooking and brewing in a single glass. Complex, yet refreshing, this beer has a wild, perfumey aroma that prepares the palate for the tangy, yeasty flavor that mingles with spiciness from the spices as well as the phenols produced in fermentation.
ABV: 6.8%




Against the Grain All Funked Up Fruitus and the Farmer Beescake...$19.99 / 750ml

Struttin’ and a Cuttin’
Another Funked Up Belgian style saison finished with
Brettanomyces. The grain bill includes Pilsner, Vienna and
Munich malts. The addition of spelt provides a crisp, dry finish
and 60# of honey gives it a complex sweetness and lighter body.
We fermented with a Belgian Saison yeast and then tucked this
away for 6 months in steel wine barrels where we added the juice
of hundreds of pounds of cantaloupe and honeydew melons. Then
inoculated the barrels with a wild yeast, Brettanomyces
Bruxenellenis to eat the extra melon sugar and produce funky
flavors. If that is not interesting enough we bottle and keg
conditioned (naturally carbonated) the entire batch using only
yeast, more honey and melon juice (that’s crazy stuff there folks).
The resulting beer is fresh, fruity and funky.

Against the Grain Pile of Face IPA....$13.99 / 4pk 16oz Cans
What's the first thing you need to do when you start a brewery? Develop your logo, of course. With any potentially decent brewery, your logo must be a skull, it has to be a skull, you'll be laughed out of the room if you don't have a skull. So we went hunting in the area where all the great skulls have come from and were shit out of luck. By those fateful dumpsters all we found was this deformed neanderthal type deal, or maybe it's from an ape, and a big ol' pile of face. To celebrate our lack of success in finding a really cool skull, we are embracing another required cliché by brewing this American IPA. A modicum of simple malts provide the mediocre backbone to the mountain of various hops that are utilized and rotated throughout the brewing process. Look for dank overtones supported by various citrus and heirloom fruits. It's the straight forward fuckin' IPA that you always wanted from us. You lucky bastard.

Against the Grain Rico Sauvin....$13.99 / 4pk 16oz Cans
Ahh Dey Ahh Dey, RRRRico Ahh Dey Ahh Dey Saaaauvin!
An India Pale Ale featuring Nelson Sauvin hops. Named after the Sauvignon Blanc grape, is a variety of hop developed and grown in New Zealand. It has a strong fruity flavor and aroma that is described as resembling white wine, or fresh crushed grapes or gooseberries. Some reviewers of this hop perceive the fruitiness as being very tropical with descriptions including passion fruit, tangerines, and grapefruit. These hops are organic and are about 4 times as expensive as our normal American varieties, hence the footed glass only.





Rye ale aged in Rye Whiskey Barrels.
Against the Grain Kentucky Ryed Chiquen...$16.99/ 750ml
Cluck Cluck! The Chiquen has come home to roost!
An amber ale brewed with rye malt and aged in rye whiskey barrels. Our first barrel aged beer here at Against the Grain is the Kentucky Ryed Chiquen. Named so because it was made in Kentucky, has a lot of Rye in it and was aged in rye barrels and it's not Chicken. As we all know (or should know) Chiquen refers to anything that is not chicken.
Now that we have all that straight, we will talk about what is in this beer. Brewed with Maris Otter from the UK and rye malt and caramel rye from Germany, imparting a spicy, fruity and dry flavor. Then hopped with enough English Nugget and Kent Goldings just to balance and fermented with our house ale yeast. After fermentation we moved the entire batch into the AtG private dining room and into used Redemption Rye barrels from our good friends at Strong's Spirits. There it aged for 5 weeks until we felt it had picked up the right amount of residual bourbon character and oak flavors. We then transferred it to our serving tank, carbonated it and the end result is on tap now, a balanced drinkable and complex barrel aged beer.





Against The Grain There Gose The Neighborhood...$14.99 / 500ml
One of our latest collaboration projects with Chicago IL’s finest. World renowned cocktail kitchen, The Aviary and Chicago hot spot Fountainhead, sent their finest artisans down to join us in crafting this unique take on a classic style Gose. Resulting was a roasted red pepper, cilantro, and calamansi lime infused Gose bier.
ABV 4.5%


Wine and Beer Tasting

Wine and Beer Tasting tonight!
March 10 from 4-6pm
The Wine and Cheese Place
7435 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105


Chardonnay tasting from around the world....

  • 2014 Le Grand Clos Chardonnay....$11.99
  • 2015 Noble Chardonnay...$12.99
  • 2015 Alfredo Roca Chardonnay Mendoza...$12.99
  • 2015 Duplessis Chablis AC...$24.99 (Biodynamic/Organic)
  • 2013 Goubard Bourgogne Cote Chalonnaise Mont Avril...$19.99
  • 2015 Leaping Horse Chardonnay...$9.99




Plus taste these 4 Urban Chestnut Beers (maybe a few other beers too)
Some beers are better with friends, which is why Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. collaborated on four new beers for our latest variety pack, the Collaboration Collection!
Urbangang (Belgian Lager) brewed with Brewery Ommegang
Florian & Phil are old brewing friends so it was only a matter of time before these Master Brewers came together to create two completely new beers. Ommegang brewed our German-style Doppelbock & fermented it with their Belgian house yeast, while we brewed Ommegang’s Belgian-style Dubbel & fermented it with our Zwickel yeast. Our expression… Urbangang… is a balanced combination of malt & spice aromas with a clean Lager finish. ABV: 9%

Xaver (Wheat Ale) brewed with Karmeliten Brauerei 
Thomas Eichenseher, Braumeister at Germany’s Karmeliten Brauerei, collaborated with UCBC to brew this Old Bavarian-style Wheat beer. Xaver, featuring a prominent banana aroma combined with a nutty, caramel malt flavor, is the first of many future collaborations with European breweries, helping us pay Reverence to our old-world roots.
ABV: 5.8%


Urban King (Extra Cream Lager) brewed with Sun King Brewing 
I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together. Sitting in a Chestnut garden, collaborating with the Sun. I am the Lager, they are the Extra Cream. WE are the Urban King… coo coo cachoo ca coo coo cachoo.  ABV: 6.7%


2011 B.C. (India Brown Ale) brewed with 
  • Civil Life Brewing Company
  • Perennial Artisan Ales
  • 4 Hands Brewing Co. 
Back in 2011 a new St. Louis Brewers Class... aka 2011 B.C., was “born”. Five years later, the class got together to recognize their 5th “birthday” and while doing so created this India-style Brown Ale. Just like Civil Life & Perennial & Four Hands & Urban Chestnut… this beer has a little bit of something for everyone.  ABV: 6%

Get ready for St. Patty's Day!


Taste tonight from 4-7pm at our Ballwin locatin

The Wine and Cheese Place
14748 Clayton Road in Ballwin




Flight of the Earl's Blended Irish Whiskey...$19.99
Alcohol by Volume: 40% (80 PROOF)
Origination: Product of Ireland
Tasting Notes: Honey color with notes of oak, citrus and caramel. Mellow and soft upon entry with flavors of honeysuckle, vanilla, orange peel and cardamom. A lasting flavor on the pallet calling for a second sip.
Best served neat on its own or as a twist used in traditional whiskey cocktails.



Ayden Lally Superior Blended Irish Whiskey...$19.99
Alcohol by Volume: 40% (80 PROOF)
Origination: Product of Ireland
Tasting Notes: Bright gold color with aromas of vanilla and orange peel. Silky, sweet and approachable on the palate with notes of honey, rich vanilla, caramel, dried fruit and spices. Refined, deliciously smooth and full of flavor.
Enjoyed neat, with a splash of spring water or as a main ingredient in your favorite whiskey cocktails.

New Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades


First batch went fast, now its back!



Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades....$129.99

104 Proof
Non Chill Filtered
Aged 10-20 Years
This is the 2nd Edition of Master's Keep, it follows up the 17 Year Old release.  It came from the middle and upper floors of the McBrayer Rickhouse.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Bur Oak Trail Bender Midwest Style Beer



Bur Oak Trail Bender Midwest Style Beer...$7.99 / 6pk Cans
Brewers Notes: Take the Trail less traveled. Trail Bender Midwest Style Beer is a diversion from the common path of other wheat beers. The satisfying, notably mild taste offers a clean and refreshing flavor that finishes light & crisp. Whether you enjoy after a dusty trail ride or after sinking your lure in your favorite secret fishing hole, Trail Bender will bring refreshment and a taste of Midwest charm!
Style: Midwest Style Ale
Alcohol by Volume: 4.8%

Piney River Bronzeback Pale Ale now in 6 packs




Piney River Bronzeback Pale Ale....$8.49 / 6pk 12oz

On the Big Piney River, the perfect cast is under an overhanging branch or beside a bluff face. The perfect catch is a smallmouth bass that dances across the water, bronze back glinting in the sun. Our handcrafted pale ale is the perfect end to the perfect catch, the perfect day.

2016 Rombauer Sauvignon Blanc


The last vintage flew out of here....do not miss this one
2016 Rombauer Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc...$23.99
WINEMAKING: The grapes were gently whole-cluster pressed while the fruit was still cool. Ninety percent of the juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks. The remaining juice was fermented in neutral French oak barrels to impart weight and texture to the wine. The barrel-fermented portion was blended back to tank after three months in barrel.
TASTING NOTES:  This wine is brilliant pale yellow with a bright green hue. It exudes aromas of ripe lime and lemon, grapefruit, pear and white nectarine with a hint of fresh-cut grass. The palate is fresh and enticing, as grapefruit, white nectarine and passion fruit intertwine with Meyer lemon and lime, making the mouth water. Balanced yet lively acidity lingers on the palate inviting another taste. Boxwood on the finish gives the wine length and vibrant freshness.

Left Hand St. Vrain Tripel and Well Played




Left Hand Well Played Red IPA...$9.49 / 6pk Cans
Rich Malt & ever-changing experimental hops Experimental hops and specialty malts compose a beer that is sweet up front with robust hop character and a dry finish.



Left Hand St. Vrain Tripel....$8.99 / 22oz
THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM.
The usually peaceful St.Vrain River snakes out of the Rocky Mountains, winding mischievously towards our brewery. Named after Ceran St. Vrain, an 1800’s trapper and trader in the valley, St. Vrain is our version of a classic Belgian Tripel. Light in color and lightly hopped using Celeia hops, a touch of malt sweetness contrasts the warm spiciness hidden within. What at first appears benevolent can manifest into a mighty serpent in waiting.