Oh the weather outside ISN'T frightful, but the beer is still delightful! We bring you some deliciously cool selections for our craft beer tasting this month!!
As always, entry into Stout House is free, but if you want to participate in the beer tasting it will cost $5 per person.
Admission includes 10 beer samples + a raffle ticket!
St. Arnold Brewing Company- St. Arnold Christmas Ale: A rich, copper colored, hearty ale perfect for the holiday season with a malty sweetness and spicy hop character. The generous use of five different malts is responsible for the full flavor and high alcohol level of this beer.
Argus Cidery- Vinho Pearde: is a one-of-a-kind Perry achieved utilizing a lagering process, delivering a clean pear palate. With tropical fruit notes on the nose, Vinho Pearde drinks demi-sec with a bit of residual sweetness and is lightly sparkled with a slightly tart finish.
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company- Cranberry Wit: Easily drinkable and straight to the point with a light citrus note to compliment the soft malt-backbone. It's aged on cranberries, juniper and rosemary.
Freetail Brewing Company- TexiCali: The elusive Texas Brown is a bit stronger—and hoppier—than the classic English style, and its origins are as obscure as a cold, dark pint glass full of the malty liquid.
Spoetzl Brewery- Shiner Holiday Cheer: Old-world Dunkelweizen brewed with Texas peaches and roasted pecans- perfect for cracking open in front of a crackling fire!
Four Corners Brewing Company- La Lechuza Smore Stout: Fans of dry style stouts can rejoice over this local version. It's brewed with cinnamon, graham crackers and chocolate malts -- hence the S'More name. The complete s'mores profile shows up mostly in the aroma: You get a pleasant hit of cinnamon and cocoa -- think Mexican chocolate -- with a whisper of toasted marshmallow.
Samual Adams- The Boston Brewery- White Christmas:This unfiltered white ale has a unique and festive twist. Its crisp wheat character combines with warming holiday spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and orange peel for a flavorful yet refreshing brew that's perfect for the season.
Celis Brewery- White: This signature witbier sparkles with remnants of coriander and orange peel, that will take you back to the first taste, made famous by the legendary "Father of Witbier", Pierre Celis.
Karbach Brewing Company- Yule Shoot Your Eye Out: It's loaded with specialty malts, fresh ginger, cocoa nibs, orange peel and other holiday spices.
Brackenridge Brewery- Christmas Ale: Flavors of caramel and chocolate are derived from an abundance of carefully roasted malts.