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Dadgum Seltzer ABV: 5.0% IBU: 0

Hops: N/A

Our base seltzer is ready to flavor however you’d like! Fermented hot with an awesome Kviek strain that, when chilled, produces a lovely dry, crisp seltzer without being overly carbonated or sweet. See the menu wall for all our current flavor options and some of our personal favorite combinations! Tested, vetted, and loved by our resident gluten-free beertender, Kira. 

Seltzer Flavors:

  • Lime
  • Watermelon
  • Cranberry
  • Mango
  • Strawberry
  • Lemon
  • Lavender Lemon
  • Cran-Rosemary
  • Pickle

*Make it a Chilton (adds lemon & a salted rim)*

*Make it sour*

*Make it a Ranch Water (adds tajin rim and lime)*


Flying Tortilla Ale ABV: 4.5% IBU: 10

Hops: Saaz

Light as a tortilla in flight! This beer is Kayla’s brainchild. It is excellent for craft newbies and aficionados alike. Easy drinking, with just enough malt and hops to let you know you’re drinking a beer. 


  • Pickle Beer
  • Beermosa
  • Blueberry Lemon


KFM IPA ABV: 7.8% IBU: 55

Hops: Magnum, Amarillo, Motueka

Named after Trevor’s sister who passed 02/23, Kelsey Frost Mirelez. This English-style IPA falls in a Goldilocks zone. Not too hoppy, not too sweet; it’s just right. Nice malty backbone holds up the citrusy New Zealand hops and grapefruit/orange peel. Even if you hate IPAs, this one is worth a taste. 


Mistbourne Hazy Wheated Session IPA ABV: 4.5% IBU: 70

Hops: Horizon, Styrian Fox, Callista, Citra

“Do you have a hazy?” Finally, the answer to that is “yes!”. 

The name is a nod to Trevor's favorite author and fantasy fiction genius, Brandon Sanderson. 

Made with lots of citrusy hops, along with grapefruit and orange, Mistbourne starts off with a little fruit sweetness which develops into a nice lingering bitterness. We added some malted white wheat to make this hazy beer nice and smooth on the pallet. This along with the relatively low alcohol content means you can easily “session” a few of these.


^^Suit Up Stout ABV: 7.8% IBU: 15

Hops: Hallertau Mittelfrüh

This is a showcase for our local West Texas grain supplier, Maverick Malt House, and a nod to Barney Stinson and our rescue tuxie pit bull/lab/dinosaur, Stout. Lots of biscuit, chocolate, caramel malts, and some flaked oats make this a big, malty stout with great coffee notes. To balance the acidity of the malts, we’ve added real vanilla beans and cocoa nibs, giving a cookies and cream mocha vibe without being overly sweet. 


Study Break Coffee Blonde ABV: 4.5% IBU: 10

Hops: Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Citra

Have you ever wanted a coffee beer that wasn’t a 9% barrel-aged stout? We did, so we partnered up with a Lubbock staple, Sugar Brown’s Coffee, to make a coffee beer that is approachable, balanced, and (most importantly) you can have 2-5 of them and still be able to do some productive studying and/or won’t have to worry about what work emails you accidentally hit “send” on. Think cold brew coffee, but beer instead of water. Hints of orange peel and vanilla.


Seasonal Shenanigans

^^Abby Normal ABV: 8.1% IBU: 20

Hops: Callista, Styrian Fox

Where to start? Made as the base for our Halloween homebrew competition, our iteration truly is a Frankenstein beer: 7 different grains, fruity hops, and farmhouse yeast. The best flavor profile we can come up with is a tart Belgian Quad. The flavors change drastically as the beer warms up and keeps you guessing. It’s weird but oddly delicious. Try it with a Pop-Rocks topper for a really fun and flavorful experience.

*This is a one-off, so when it is gone, it is gone. We will be brewing the winning beer from the competition and have it on tap sometime in the near future. The competition and creativity will continue on with semi-annual homebrew competitions around Halloween and Easter, so Abby Normal will be repeatedly killed off and resurrected in different iterations as long as we are around. 


^^Bohemian Rhaspberry Saison ABV: 7.5% IBU: 30

Hops: Sorachi Ace, Barbe Rouge

This raspberry saison has converted many an “I’m not a beer drinker” into “oh damn, I have to try another beer” drinkers, including our wonderful beertender and Kayla’s mom, Traci. We start with Bohemian pilsner malt, then add fresh raspberries and a farmhouse saison yeast to get some nice, wild fermentation and esters built up. Pair that with some super fruit-forward French hops, and you have a super tart, refreshing, sneakily boozy beer.

^^Winter’s Frost ESB/Winter Warmer ABV:7.5% IBU: 35

Hops: Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Cascade, Amarillo

Ho-Ho-Holy Saturnalia, Batman! An ESB, or Extra Special Bitter, is a traditional English-style ale characterized by a nice malty sweetness and just enough of a hop bitterness to let you know it’s there. Mulled wine was the inspiration for this particular ESB. It’s spiked with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and cranberry sauce in fermentation, then topped off with a splash of fresh made cranberry juice right before serving. It’ll definitely warm the bones on those chilly Lubbock nights. 


^^Served in 10oz tulip glass. Upgrade to a pint for +$4.



Red: La Herencia-Tempranillo - Mcphersons Cellars

Premium Red: Sangiovese - Mcphersons Cellars

White: Viognier - Mcphersons Cellars