Draught Beer List: January 29, 2015

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Abita ● Abita Springs, LA
  Grapefruit Harvest ● Grapefruit IPA 6% ABV ● 40 IBU $6.00/16 oz.
  Abita Grapefruit Harvest is a brilliant golden IPA with a subtle zest of grapefruit flavor and aroma that enhances the strong hop character. This bright, snappy brew is made with real Louisiana Ruby-Red grapefruits, pale, pilsner and caramel malts and cascade hops.
Avery ● Boulder, CO
  duganA ● Imperial IPA 8.5% ABV ● 93 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Lupulin Rapture Incarnate! As fervent  devotees of hops, we found ourselves on a quest to create a transcendental IPA capable of quenching our voracious lupulin desires. Our mantra became “unity of bitterness, hop flavor and aroma.” Enlightened, duganA IPA was born: A brutally bitter, dank, piney and resinous ale designed for those seeking a divine hop experience.
The Czar ● Russian Imperial Stout 1012% ABV ● 60 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Beer Style: Imperial Stout
Hop Variety: Magnum, Sterling
Malt Variety: Two-row barley, Oats, Cara-45, Black malt, Belgian Chocolate malt, Midnight wheat, Honey malt
OG: 1.104 ABV: 10-12% IBUs: 55 Color: Black

Behold the stunning crimson hues through the inky blackness. Inhale the noble Hallertau hops, spicy and floral. Savor the flavors redolent of English toffee, rich mocha, sweet molasses, candied currants and a hint of anise. We highly recommend cellaring additional bottles, as the Czar will continue to mature and become denser and more complex with age.
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Ballast Point ● San Diego, CA
Even Keel ● Session IPA 3.8% ABV $5.00/16 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Bear Republic ● Healdsburg, CA
  Racer 5 ● American IPA 7% ABV ● 69 IBU BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  This is a hoppy IPA. Did I say hops? Your brewer is a hop head! This is a full bodied beer using American grains. The goal was to create a base for showing off the unique floral qualities of two Pacific Northwest hops, Columbus and Cascade. Columbus is a new hybrid High Alpha Acid hop used mostly for bittering, but used heavily as an aromatic in this strong brew. Cascade is the balance that ties the malt and bittering hops together. It is a true specialty ale and is our brewer’s statement on this style.
Bell’s Brewery ● Galesburg, MI
  Oberon Ale ● American Pale Wheat 5.8% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  An American wheat ale brewed with Saaz hops. Spicy and fruity, Oberon is the color and scent of a sunny afternoon.
Bison ● Berkeley, CA
Red Rueben ● Red Rye IPA 7% ABV ● 60 IBU $6.50/16 oz.
  Like a Reuben sandwich in a bottle, Red Reuben is a zesty American Amber Ale brewed with spicy rye malt and peppery caraway seeds. Deep amber with ruby hues, Red Reuben fills the nose with bold aromas of caraway, toasted rye bread and
citrusy hops. On the tongue, Red Reuben has a soft caramel sweetness with notes of over ripe plum, roasted nuts, white pepper and a long, dry spicy finish. The Reuben sandwich has finally met its perfect
Black Diamond ● Concord, CA
  Rampage ● Imperial IPA 9% ABV $6.00/10 oz.
  We didn’t want this to be Jagged Edge on steroids. Thus rather than using the same hop combination, we chose more fruit forward hops to balance out the alcohol in the beer. The medium crystal malt adds a very subtle color and sweetness. Nugget and Millenium hops are used to bitter. Citra is a new variety to the market that has some similar properties to Simcoe but a more pleasant fruitiness; pineapple/mango aromas mixed in with pine and cat’s pee. Centennial brings candied orange and Amarillo adds big grapefruit. The liquid in the fermenter is dry-hopped three times- each dry hop equal in weight to the dry hop of Jagged Edge. This multi-stage dry hopping is meant to layer the different hop aromas. The beer is fermented cool to suppress fusel alcohol development, and dextrose is added to allow it to attenuate out highly, leaving very little residual sugar. The idea was to avoid that syrupy “gumsmacker” effect that’s sometimes found in Imperial IPAs. Other than barrel aged beers, this is by far our most labor intensive and expensive beer to make. Rampage fans are legion and we believe they deserve nothing less than the very best we can give them.
Boulder Brewing ● Bolder, CO
  Shake ● Chocolate Porter 5.9% ABV $6.00/16 oz.
  Our twist on the traditional robust American Porter, Shake Chocolate Porter is dark black in color with rich, sweet aromatics and flavors of dark chocolate, coffee and caramel. This unique brew blends five different grains, including Chocolate Wheat, that along with cacao nibs create a devilishly delicious chocolate finish with a velvety mouthfeel.
Breckenridge ● Denver, CO
  471 IPA ● Double IPA 9.2% ABV ● 70 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Hoppy? Brother, 471 IPA redefines hoppy. 471 is a small batch, limited edition ale that was created by our Brewmaster to separate the weak from the strong. 471 is a double IPA, that combines Pale, Munich, Caramel-30, Carapils and Torrified Wheat malts, with Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe and Fuggles hops. It has a big sweet mouthfeel, followed by more hoppiness than you’ve ever had at one time. Enjoy.
Agave Wheat ● American Wheat 4.2% ABV ● 9 IBU BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  This true American-style unfiltered wheat has something a little special – the nectar of the great Salmiana Agave. Agave complements the refreshingly light quality of our wheat and adds a subtle note of flavor that expands this beer’s uplifting taste profile. It is familiar, yet creative.
Dogfish Head ● Milton, DE
90 Minute IPA ● Imperial IPA 9% ABV ● 90 IBU BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  An Imperial IPA brewed to be savored from a snifter. A big beer with a great malt backbone that stands up to the extreme hopping rate. Continuously hopped over a 90 minute boil.
Dragoon Brewing ● Tucson, AZ
IPA ● Dry Hopped IPA 7.3% ABV $6.00/16 oz.
  IPA dry hopped with polaris hops
Firestone Walker ● Paso Robles, CA
  Double Jack ● Double IPA 9.5% ABV BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Double Jack IPA is our first ever Imperial IPA. It features a big malty middle to cloak the high alcohol and mouth puckering hop bitterness. Huge tangerine, grapefruit and juicy fruit aroma blossom over the herbal blue basil and malt earthiness of this aggressive beer. Best enjoyed in moderation.
Founders ● Grand Rapids, MI
  Rubaeus ● Raspberry Ale 5.7% ABV $6.00/13 oz.
  Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries added at multiple stages during fermentation, this stunning berry red masterpiece is the perfect balance of sweet and tart. No question about it, with a hefty malt bill and 5.7% ABV, this beer is 100% Founders
Four Peaks ● Tempe, AZ
  Odelay ● Mexican Chocolate Porter 7% ABV BARB $6.00/16 oz.
  Since it’s getting colder, we thought of trying to make a beer that tasted like a champurrado – or Mexican hot chocolate – minus the hot part. Champurrado is more than just hot chocolate. It is often accompanied by canelo (cinnamon), allspice, cayenne, and even masa harina. We decided to break it down into its separate ingredients and came up with a mix of organic cacao powder, canelo, allspice, and for a twist, we’re adding a few pounds of dried pasilla chilies (we’re freaks about a good molé) and barley as a substitute for the masa. We ended up with an 8.1%ABV chocolaty, spicy – but not hot – beer that we think you’ll love.
Goose Island ● Chicago, IL
  Bourbon County Barley Wine ● Barrel Aged Barley Wine 12.2% ABV $5.00/5 oz.
  Aged in the third-use barrels that were once home to Kentucky bourbon and then our renowned Bourbon County Stout, this traditional English-style barleywine possesses the subtlety of flavor that only comes from a barrel that’s gone through many seasons of ritual care. The intricacies of the previous barrel denizens – oak, charcoal, hints of tobacco and vanilla, and that signature bourbon heat – are all present in this beer. Hearty and complex, Bourbon County Brand Barleywine is a titan and a timeline; a bold, flavorful journey through the craft of barrel aging.
Grand Canyon Brewing ● Williams, AZ
Pumpkin Porter ● Pumpkin Ale $5.00/16 oz.
  Our Coffee Bean Stout is a full bodied ale with Pale, Munich, Caramel, Crystal and Chocolate malts that lend sweet coffee/toffee flavors. UK Golding and a high roast barley finish this beer toasty and dry, with 100 lbs of Oatmeal per 15 bbl batch smoothing out the middle.
ABV. 5.2% O.G. 14.5 IBU. 32
Great Divide Brewing ● Denver, CO
Oak Aged Yeti ● Imperial Stout 9.5% ABV ● 75 IBU BARB $6.50/10 oz.
  Crack open Yeti Imperial Stout’s sophisticated sibling – Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout. Although these beers come from the same clan, they have entirely different personalities. Aging on a blend of French and toasted oak chips infuses a subtle oak and vanilla character into Yeti’s already intense chocolate, roasted coffee malt flavor and hugely assertive hop profile.
Green Flash ● Vista, CA
Soul Style IPA ● Double IPA 6.5% ABV BARB $6.00/16 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Historic ● Flagstaff, AZ
Pie Hole Cherry Porter ● Cherry Vanilla Porter 6% ABV ● 20 IBU BARB $5.50/16 oz.
  This is our little Pie Star out of the group (it’s a thing we made up, just go with it). Our brewer outdid himself. This dark delicious craft beer gets all the attention and rightfully so. Traditional porter brewed with fresh cherries and vanilla with hints of chocolate. Explosions of rich flavor and a sweet tempting aroma. It tastes like yo momma’s pie, only better. So shut up and just put it in your piehole!
Lagunitas ● Petaluma, CA
  Imperial Red ● Imperial Red Ale 7.6% ABV ● 84 IBU BARB $6.50/16 oz.
  This special Ale is, in reality, a reconstructed exhumation of the very first ale that we ever brewed way, way, back in 1993. Brewed with a big head, a muscular malty thorax, a silky texture & all strung together with a hoppy sweet nerve sack… yum.
Left Hand Brewing ● Longmont, CO
  Sawtooth ● Extra Special Bitter 4.75% ABV BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  Sawtooth Ale is an English style Extra Special Bitter. It is an extremely well balanced beer, with significant hop character, medium body, and a maltiness which increases in evidence as the beer warms to its “proper” drinking temperature. . The water used is quite hard, bringing it to near Burton on Trent levels, keeping it true to the style. This gives it the appropriate character and improves the malt extract significantly.
Lost Coast ● Eureka, CA
Great White ● American Wheat 4.8% ABV BARB $5.00/16 oz.
  An American version of the Belgian style. This unfiltered beer has a striking translucent, golden color with white clouds. Seemingly a contradiction in terms, it has a full body mouth-feel but is surprisingly light to drink. Topped with a hint of citrus, provided by Coriander and a secret blend of Humbolt herbs, this beer is slightly sweet and a delight to drink in any season.
Lumberyard ● Flagstaff, AZ
Coir a Bois ● Tripel 9% ABV $6.00/13 oz.
  No commercial information available.
Ninkasi ● Eugene, OR
  Devil Went Down to Oregon ● Dark Rye 7.2% ABV ● 65 IBU $6.50/16 oz.
  It might be a sin, but take the bet and you won’t regret this beer from start to end! In a collaboration spanning Oregon’s bountiful Willamette Valley to Virginia’s heartland, Steve Crandall and Jason Oliver of Devils Backbone Brewing took the bet and gave the Devil his due when our founding brewer, Jamie Floyd, came ‘a calling. What the trio first described as “a sort of West Coast, German-Style Roggenbier” turned into an Imperial Dark Rye, offering an elevated alcohol percentage and a crisp, lager-like finish from the Alt yeast fermentation. Give the Devil his due!
Northwest Brewing Co. ● Pacific, WA
  Foggy Goggles ● Winter Warmer 9% ABV $6.00/10 oz.
  Dark winter warmer with cinnamon, ginger and orange.
Oak Creek Brewing ● Sedona, AZ
  Ye Olde Knicker Kicker ● Scotch Ale 12% ABV ● 25 IBU RB $6.00/10 oz.
  A 140 schilling Wee Heavy scotch ale with pronounced malt body and notes of whisky and peat smoke.
Odell Brewing ● Fort Collins, CO
Silver ● American Strong Ale 7.3% ABV $6.00/13 oz.
  On November 17th, 1989, John McDonald loaded a keg of Boulevard Pale Ale into the back of his pickup and drove to a restaurant a few blocks down the street. Scarcely 24 hours later and 650 miles away, Doug Odell loaded a keg of Odell Golden Ale into the back of his pickup and… you get the idea. They were the first kegs of beer either of them ever sold, but they wouldn’t be the last. This deep amber ale celebrates 25 years of brewing with an ample body of caramel-toffee malt balanced by piney hop notes. Here’s a toast to working hard and sticking with it.
Oskar Blues ● Lyons, CO
  Old Chub ● Scottish Strong Ale 8% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  Old Chub is a Scottish strong ale brewed with hearty amounts of seven different malts, including crystal and chocolate malts, and a smidge of US and UK hops. Old Chub also gets a dash of beechwood-smoked grains imported from Bamburg, Germany, home of the world’s greatest smoked beers. Old Chub is 8% alcohol by volume.
Papago Brewing ● Scottsdale, AZ
  Orange Blossom ● Mandarin Orange Hefeweizen 4.7% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  A Wheat Beer with mandarin orange and vanilla flavor, just like a creamsickle.
Redstone Meadery ● Boulder, CO
  Sunshine Nectar ● Honey Mead 8% ABV RB $6.50/10 oz.
  Pale gold with a fine mousse. Sweet apricot preserve aromas. A brisk, effervescent entry leads to a dryish light-to medium-bodied palate with dried apricot, tart citrus spray, and a touch of floral honey. Finishes dryly with a lean fruit peel fade. An interesting sparkling aperitif mead.
SanTan Brewing ● Chandler, AZ
  HefeWeizen ● HefeWeizen 6.3% ABV BARB $6.00/16 oz.
  American Brewers have re-defined this traditional English Ale with an intense bitterness derived from the distinct citrus/pine character of Pacific Northwest hops. A dry, crisp malt character and aggressive alcohol make our I.P.A. a Hop-Head’s Passion.
Shmaltz Brewing ● San Francisco, CA
  Funky Jewbelation ● American Strong Ale 9.4% ABV BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  The eighth member in Shmaltz Brewing’s Limited Engagement Barrel-Aged series, Funky Jewbelation features a blend of six ales and lagers from the Shmaltz beer lineup aged in bourbon and rye whiskey barrels, and hustles in at 9.4% alc. Funky Jewbelation is an expert mash-up of Jewbelation 15 (aged seven and ten months), Origin Pomegranate Strong Ale (aged 11 months), Bittersweet Lenny’s R.I.P.A. (aged 12 months), Messiah Nut Brown Ale (aged 6 months), Coney Island Lager (aged 12 months), and Albino Python (aged 3 months).
  Jewbelation Reborn ● American Strong Ale 17% ABV BARBBP $4.50/5 oz.
  How could we hope to top last year’s Jewbelation Sweet 16 with its cupcakes, unicorns, & Satan’s Ferrari birthday cake? massive challenge. So for Year 17, we threw in a whole new dimension to our shtick – we built our very own brewery! After 17 years of contract brewing, our first Shmaltz Clifton Park batch emerged 17 months after the first draft of the business plan. Coincidence? Renaissance means “Re-birth” in French & Italian. In Buddhism, the concept does not truly translate as “reincarnation” but instead as “becoming,” or a “stream of consciousness.” 11 syllables structure a haiku. Shakespeare penned 17 comedies. In The Simpsons episode “Duffness” Homer sings “When I was 17″ about buying his first beer with a fake I.D. “I drank some very good beer. I stayed up listening to Queen, When I was 17.” In The Office, Dwight recites Rule 17 that all Schrute boys must learn: “Don’t turn your back on bears, men you have wronged, or the dominant turkey during mating season.” Knowledge and growth come in many forms. It is taught that Nirvana is only attained when the soul transcends cycles of rebirth. Looks like Shmaftz just isn’t there yet. So with 17 malts, 17 hops, and 17% abv,JEWBEL4TIONREBORNserves as another mark of our death as a contract brewer and proof of our conversion to a new life as brewery owner…… L’Chaim!!!
Sierra Nevada /Ballast Point ● Chino, CA
Hoppy Lager ● Hoppy Lager 7% ABV ● 55 IBU $6.50/16 oz.
  de lager.

Beer Camp is the ultimate brewing experience. We bring beer fans into our brewery nearly every week to create their own beer with us—the more daring the better—and each spring we’ll highlight one of the small-batch standouts. Last year, Beer Camp worked overtime. Along with our fan brews, we made 12 additional beers with 12 exceptional breweries. Choosing one for an encore wasn’t easy. Ever drawn to hops, we decided to reimagine our hoppy lager collaboration with Ballast Point

Ska Brewing ● Durango, CO
  Modus Hoperandi ● IPA 7.6% ABV BARBBP $6.00/16 oz.
  A mixture of citrus and pine that will remind you of the time you went on a vision quest with your Native American cousin and woke up in a pine-grove full of grapefruit trees. Bitter and hoppy, with a surprisingly smooth finish.
Stone Brewing ● Escondido, CA
Enjoy By 2/14 ● Double IPA 9.4% ABV BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  You have in your hands a devastatingly fresh double IPA. While freshness is a key component of many beers – especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs – we’ve taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. You see, we specifically brewed it NOT to last. We’ve not only gone to extensive lengths to ensure that you’re getting this beer in your hands within an extraordinarily short window, we made sure that the Enjoy By date isn’t randomly etched in tiny text somewhere on the label, to be overlooked by all but the most attentive of retailers and consumers. Instead, we’ve sent a clear message with the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right now to enjoy this IPA
  Smoked Porter w/ Vanilla Bean ● Porter 5.9% ABV BARBBP $6.50/16 oz.
  Stone Smoked Porter with Vanilla Beans Added. Until recently only available on cask (now occasionally available in kegs).
Tenaya Creek ● Las Vegas, NV
  Tandem ● Imperial IPA 9% ABV BARBBP $6.00/10 oz.
  Are you riding Tandem? Look down. Are your feet on pedals? Yes? Is there someone in front of you? No? Is there someone behind you? Yes? Congratulations! You are riding tandem. Now put this ale to your lips and savor the citrus and grapefruit draw that the hops give it. The love it.
The Address Brewing/Dragoon ● Tucson, AZ
  Down Pourter aged in Tequila Barrels ● Imperial Porter bbl aged 13.2% ABV $10.00/10 oz.
  Done in collaboration with Dragoon Brewing, this version of Down Pourter was aged for a year in tequila barrels. Down Pourter is a chocolatey imperial porter with a French oak & mescal treatment. Hopped with warrior, northern brewer and cascade.
The Lost Abbey ● San Marcos, CA
  Merry Taj ● India Pale Ale 8% ABV RB $6.50/10 oz.
  Merry Taj IPA begins with an aroma of crisp floral notes of citrus rind and tropical fruit. Initial flavors of clean sweet caramel malt will give way to a spicy bitterness on the finish thanks to the addition of the Simcoe hops. Merry Taj IPA will not be bottled, only kegged, to get the beer out to consumers as quickly as possible.
Thunder Canyon ● Tucson, AZ
  Dark Lightning ● Milk Stout 5.4% ABV $5.00/16 oz.
  Medium-bodied dark sweet stout.
Uinta ● Salt lake City, UT
BaBa Black Lager ● Schwarzbier 4% ABV BARBBP $5.00/16 oz.
  Robust and smooth, this full-flavored lager is exceptionably drinkable and pitch black in color.
Widmer Brothers Brewing ● Portland, OR
Barrel Aged Brrbon ’13 ● American Strong Ale 9.4% ABV BARBBP $6.50/10 oz.
  Hidden in the beautiful dark amber color are aromas of vanilla and caramel that compliment perfectly the presence of bourbon. Soft oak flavors transition into a sweet yet slightly dry finish. After aging the ale for four months, the malt and hop complexity of Brrr has melded harmoniously with the bourbon barrels and become a truly one of a kind beer.
Vanilla Brrbon ● Barrel Aged Barley Wine 10.7% ABV $6.50/10 oz.
  No commercial information available.