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Pilsner - German / 5.1% ABV / 25 IBU
In tradition with Germany’s take on the classic Pilsner style, our Pils is a full-bodied, crisp and refreshing beer. The fine golden color comes from using 100% German Pilsner malt. Hallertau Mittelfrueh and Saaz hops add a slightly spicy note to balance out the malt backbone.
Hefeweizen / 5.1% ABV / 10 IBU
A traditional German Wheat beer. More than half of the malt used in this full-bodied brew is made up of German malted wheat. But the star of this brew is the yeast! Fermented in our open fermentation vessels, the yeast is free to impart a variety of fruity and spicy clove-like flavors.
Lager - Helles / 4.8% ABV / 20 IBU
Altstadt’s traditional Munich-style Helles Lager is a bright, clean, malt-driven beverage brewed with the finest German malted barley. We’ve added just enough noble hops from the Hallertau region to balance out it’s malty character. Cold fermenting yeast from Weihenstephan rounds out this golden, refreshing German brew, made right here in Texas!
Kölsch / 4.8% ABV / 20 IBU
Our Kolsch is a crisp, well-balanced blend of select German malts, noble hops, and top fermenting yeast. This results in a light-golden colored, refreshing beverage with just a kiss of hops at the end. This delicate brew is comparable to the finest beers originating from Cologne, only it's made right here in Texas!
Lager - Euro Pale / 3.5% ABV / 19 IBU
A session-able, low calorie German-style lager that doesn't sacrifice flavor! The perfect balance of malt and hops delivers a floral and slightly sweet aroma, a smooth light body, and a clean, dry finish.
Altbier / 4% ABV / 25 IBU
A customary ale of Dusseldorf. A full-bodied yet smooth, flavorful brew with a brilliant amber color from a mix of German Pilsner, Munich, and Crystal malts, and balanced out with Saphir and Spalt hops.
Lager - Vienna / 5% ABV / 26 IBU
A traditional Vienna Lager brewed with Pilsner, Munich, and a heavy dose of Vienna malt balanced out with just the right amount of Mittelfruh hops. Orignally brewed in 1841 by Anton Dreher, the Vienna Lager was heavily inspired by British pale, red, and dark ales. While this style is fading in Europe, it is thriving just south of the border and is commonly known today as Mexican Lager.
IPA - Session / India Session Ale / 5% ABV / 40 IBU
Definitely not a traditional German brew. We've taken an ever-changing style and put a German spin on it. Fermented with German malts, hops and yeast, we let the hops take center stage. A mix of Mandarina Bavaria, Huell Melon, and Hallertau Blanc hops give this Session IPA a fruity and tropical hop aroma and flavor that is far more sessionable than your average hop bomb.
IPA - New England / 6.1% ABV / 65 IBU
Brewed with our friends at Andrews Distributing, this Hazy IPA is packed with tropical and citrus flavor. Pilsner, Vienna malt and rolled wheat lend to a full body, foamy head and pillowy mouthfeel. The juicy tropical and citrus flavors and aromas come from hop additions of Galaxy, Citra and Mosaic to the mash, boil kettle, whirlpool, and finally dry hopping. We then ferment with thiol releasing Cosmic Punch yeast to add even more tropical notes of guava and passionfruit. The result is low bitterness and juicy Hazy IPA.
Schwarzbier / 5% ABV / 22 IBU
A traditional German "Black Beer". While not as dark as the name implies, the use of Pilsner malts accompanied by dark Munich, Crystal, and roasted malts give this brew a dark brown color with brilliant red hues. Easily our darkest brew, it is also one of our most easy-drinking.
Festbier / 5.7% ABV / 23 IBU
In tradition with the beers served at Munich Oktoberfests today. While nearly as potent as it's older relative, the mix of German Pilsner, Munich and Vienna malts give this golden brew a more drinkable flavor and appearance, creating a deceptively strong beer to celebrate Oktoberfest.
Bock - Doppelbock / 7.8% ABV / 25 IBU
This traditional Doppel(double)bock is our yearly celebration of our tap room's anniversary. Brewed with Vienna, Munich and Abbey malts, this dark and full-bodied lager boasts a smooth and very malty flavor worthy of the style originally brewed in Bavarian monasteries. And yes, "Lator" is spelled that way on purpose!