The hoppy goodness of Streamliner IPA. The spicy boldness of Ring of Fire Green Chile Ale. We believe a little mystery and a lot of delicious boldness goes a long way in brewing our range of quality beers. Which ones will you fall in love with? Try the best craft beer Colorado Springs has to offer and see for yourself.
Below is the list of what’s on tap.
Brewed with Bairds’ 1823 London lager malt from their malthouse at Withal. It’s a light colored beer that is smooth with a slightly malty flavor balanced by crisp bitterness and clean hop aroma from Australian Ella hops.
First brewed at Cheyenne Mountain Brewing Company in 1996, this beer is an English-style robust porter that is dark and flavorful. Roasted malt hints mingle with flavors of coffee and dark chocolate.
This big beer uses varieties of hops known for their citrus-like and tropical flavors including Citra, Sorachi Ace and Mosaic. The hops are balanced with a hearty amount of malt.
A rich, complex stout with deep roasted malt notes including coffee and chocolate that are nicely balanced with hops. Oats and nitrogenation add silky, smooth drinkability.
SMaSH stands for “Single Malt and Single Hop”. The concept is to reduce brewing down to its basic elements and emphasize the flavor of a single malt and single hop variety. This one uses U.S. pale ale malt and Denali hops.
A Belgian-style sour red ale that was oak aged for over three years with our own mix of brettanomyces and microflora that give it a fruity and very tart taste. This beer’s flavor is stone fruit forward with hints of cherry.
Brewed in the tradition of the beers made in America as the country was entering World War One, this lager is light in flavor and color with a mild hop bite.
This whiskey barrel aged imperial milk stout was aged on 120 pounds of tart cherries and Belgian chocolate making for a delectable beer reminiscent of a cherry cordial. Made with lactose.
Cold steeped de-bittered black malt gives this beer a stout-like appearance without the overly roasted flavors associated with roasted malts. Piles of citrus forward hops provide fruity aroma and deep bitterness to this dark ale.
A Scottish-style export ale that has a nice malty flavor with hints of dark barley and caramel. It’s an easy-drinking beer with subtle, yet balanced hops. ‘What’s twenty quid to the bloody Midland Bank?’
A northern English-style brown ale that is rich, yet approachable. A malty nose and a nut-like character imparted by specialty grains are the hallmarks of this brown beer. English hops are noticeable yet not predominant.
A brilliantly clear light pink colored lager with the hue coming from adding 400 pounds of Tempranillo grapes to the beer. Flavor starts as beer and finishes with a nice wine like flavor and dryness.
An homage to a great beer from an small brewpub in San Diego, Monkey Nut is a tropical/citrus hop forward ipa that showcases oats, an unusual ingredient for the style.
Light in color and body but big in hop flavor, this beer is our take on one of the newer varieties of IPA springing up in the world of craft beer. Hop forward, with flavors of tropical and citrus fruit while malt takes the back seat.
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Weissbier is a Bavarian tradition. Our version is an immensely refreshing and authentic unfiltered wheat beer, delivering the classic weiss aromas of banana and clove flavor. If you’d like a lemon wedge please ask your server
Building on a classic English style and adding some American touches, our IPA is brewed with some serious Colorado attitude. This hoppy, aromatic IPA balances eight different hops with a solid malt backbone.
An English-style Special Bitter that is amber colored with ruby tints. This ale begins with an aroma of English hops, balanced with toasted biscuit malt flavors. The flavor is clean and dry with a pleasing balance of hops and malt.
Our take on the crisp, light gold colored lagers of Mexico. It’s a light flavored beer that has mildy sweet maltiness and just a kiss of hops. If you want you can ask your server for a lime. ¡Oralé!
You may eventually leave our brewery, but you can now take the tastes home with you. Here’s our current lineup of our bottled Colorado Springs beer selections.
A sophisticated Belgian-style ale that has aromatic hints of tree ripened pears. The beer is brewed with wheat, oats and barley making it classically smooth and complex with flavors that linger on the palate and has a dry finish. In corked and caged 750ml bottles. Only 120 individually numbered bottles available.
A Belgian abbey-style ale brewed with dark candy sugar and aged on 400 pounds of tart Montmorency cherries. Dried fruit added to the mash adds complexity and depth to this ale that is fermented with Belgian yeast. In corked and caged 750ml bottle. Only 120 individually numbered bottles available.
Made in the tradition of 18th Century English brews supplied to the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Snowblind is a velvety smooth brew with complex malt-forward flavors including notes of espresso, dark chocolate and roasted grain. Aged for over 11 months in Breckenridge Whiskey Barrels. In 22oz bomber bottles. Only 120 bottles available.
Aged for 9 months in Breckenridge whiskey barrels, Winston Smith’s is a deep amber hued English-style barley wine with aromas of vanilla, oak, and dark fruit. Caramel and toffee flavors blend together with bold notes of whiskey delivered in a smooth body followed by a malty finish. In 22oz bomber bottles. Only 120 individually numbered bottles available.