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.
An American-style pale ale brewed with passion fruit imparting lovely tropical flavors. The fruit is native from southern Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina and its flavor balances nicely with the hops and malt.
An homage to a beer we had at the Brauhaus Schmitz in Philadelphia, this sessionable beer is aged on 1/2 pound of pink grapefruit per gallon. Subtle tart citrus notes mingle with classic German hefe flavors.
A chestnut colored beer that has malty flavor with subtle toasted notes. Although Austrian in origin and rare these days, some classic examples come from Mexico; a result of late 19th century immigrant brewers from Austria.
Another of the truly American beer styles, this pale gold colored, crisp and refreshing hybrid ale/lager beer is representative of beers produced in the 19th century mid-atlantic region. This malty beer has low hop bierness and aroma.
A light, dry and refreshing farmhouse-style ale that is brewed with ginger in the mash as well as coriander and sweet limes in the boil. The beer is a perfect summer thirst quencher. Sweet limes are, as the name suggests, sweet and mild but retain the essence of lime.
This Belgian-style wit (pronounced “vit” in Flemish or called “Bière Blanche” in France) has a citrus-like flavor from spicing with coriander, and both bitter and sweet orange peel. This beer is light and refreshing with a distinctive taste. Some like it with a slice of orange.
This mahogany hued American-style red ale ale opens with aromas of spicy American
hops balanced by a full-bodied caramel malt richness.
A rich, complex stout with deep roasted malt notes including coee and chocolate that are nicely balanced with hops. Oats add silky smooth drinkability. He feels like Ivan, born under the Brixton sun, his game is called survivin’ at the end of ‘The Harder They Come’.
A hibiscus, galangal, lemon peel and orange peel saison that was brewed in March 2012 and since aged on our mix of breanomyces and microflora that gives it an intense sour flavor with other funky aromas and tastes. Not for the faint of heart.
This Czech-style lager has a beautiful chestnut brown color and a beige head. Taste and smell reveal strong caramel aromas with molasses and roasted barley notes. The flavors are a harmony of sweet caramel malt, roastiness and pleasant bierness.
A naturally cloudy wheat beer brewed with lightly roasted espresso beans and white chocolate. Sweet white chocolate flavors mingle with a nutlike flavor from the coffee beans.
Cold steeped de-bittered black malt gives this beer a deep brown 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.
One of the truly American beer styles, this hearty lager is brewed as it was in the mining regions during the western gold rush. It possesses an amber color with maltiness backed by firm hop bitterness, nice hop flavor and subtle aroma.
An English-style Best Bitter that is amber colored with ruby tints. This complex beer begins with an aroma of spicy/woody hops, balanced with toasted biscuit malt flavors with roasted hints. The flavor is clean and dry with a pleasing balance of hops and dry malt. It ends long, dry and hoppy.
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.