Updated 12/6/22


The Wildcraft Series features ingredients foraged from around Texas, water from Beerburg’s on-site well, yeast harvested at Beerburg, and Texas malts. Foraged ingredients are rarely available in large supply and can only be harvested at certain times of the year. Most of these small-batch brews are constantly rotating and, like their ingredients, may not be around for long. 


Persimmon Warmer

Brewed with Horehound, Juniper, and Persimmons from our beer garden, this full bodied beer is perfect for chilly Hill Country evenings. Rich and full bodied, this winter wildcraft ale is a complex symphony of flavors: earthy, peach, plum, botanical, and herbal notes with a warming alcohol finish. Let the beer warm in your hands a bit to allow the aroma to really open up with even more complexity.

ABV: 9.2%

Grapevine Porter

A robust malt bill featuring Munich, Crystal, Midnight Wheat, and Chocolate malts provide the flavors you’d expect in an American Porter.  What you might not expect is the soft, elegant notes that develop in this beer brewed with grape leaves and boughs in place of hops. Ripe grape and plum flavors give way to velvety bakers chocolate flavors, with a smooth, clean finish. Brewed for the fall but delicious year round with a light-medium body. 

ABV: 6.4%

Cedar Pale Ale

Locales aren’t exactly fond of “cedar season” around Austin, but we took the best parts of the local cedar trees (also called Ashe Junipers), the boughs and berries, and brewed a pale ale that will give hopped beers a run for their money. Medium bodied, botanical, fruity, and with a distinct sweet juniper aroma, this beer is a perfect introduction to our Wildcraft program. 

ABV: 6.8%


Many years in the brewing industry have taught us that classic styles are damn good and tough to beat. When we strive to innovate, we don’t do it at the expense of a solid Pilsner or IPA; in fact, we’re usually drinking these styles while we come up with new recipes.


Mexican Lager

Mexican Lager

Our unofficial flagship brew, this Mexican Lager is a cut above your average corner store light lager. The heirloom blue corn we source from Barton Springs Mill turns the color of this beer a deep copper with incredible purple hues. The blue corn flavor is crisp, bright, and sweet. We recommend pairing it with just about everything on the menu.

ABV: 5%
Violeta Lager

La Violeta Lager

A light, bodied, lower ABV complement to our popular Mexican Lager, this crisp lager is brewed with La Violeta Pilsner and organic Texas blue corn from Barton Springs Mill.  Perfectly paired with food from our aptly-named taqueria and clocking in at a cool 4.5%, this one will keep you refreshed through the hottest summer days.
ABV: 4.5%


This Bohemian-inspired recipe was brewed with a focus on our process to make a light, clean, crisp Texas Pilsner. We use reverse osmosis to remove most of the minerals from our well water allowing the Texas Pilsner malt and Crystal hops to shine. Pairs great with a game of fetch in our dog park!

ABV: 6%

Hazy IPA

Hazy IPA

This East Coast IPA is a tribute to the Idaho 7 hop. The tropical citrus flavors are boosted with stone fruit juiciness from late additions of El Dorado and the result is like biting into a perfectly ripe tangerine.

ABV: 6.6%
Pale Ale

Pale Ale

About as classic west coast pale ale as you can get. Hops are present but not overpowering, color is a deep coppery gold, it finishes clean and is just exactly the beer you want it to be. Turns out this lowkey underdog is the beer you never knew you needed.

ABV: 5.2%
Red Ale

Red Ale

This ruby hued brew combines light honey sweetness with rich toffee and biscuit flavors from the toasted malts and just the lightest tough of hops to balance it out. This is as beautiful beer to look at as it is to drink due to it’s subtle complexity.

ABV: 5%


Texas has so much to offer by way of ingredients and talented artisans. Whether it’s Fredericksburg peaches, peppers from an urban farm, or collaborations with local breweries, chefs, and musicians, each of these beers aim to showcase our community and culture through seasonal flavors and styles.



* December – February*

Imperial Russian Stout brewed with Cacao nibs and aged for 4 months in bourbon barrels. This winter seasonal boasts flavors of chocolate, vanilla, and bourbon sweetness with a roasty, warming finish.

ABV: 11%

Mugwort Barleywine

* December – February*

Our winter seasonal Barleywine prominitely features one of our favorite locally foraged ingredients: Mugwort. This herb imparts herbaceous, spicy, and savory flavors which are balanced with the rich, velvety oak flavors that develop over months of aging in bourbon barrels.  A warming alcohol finish makes this slow sipper a cold-weather favorite.

ABV: 12.5%

Sumac Gose

* September – December*

This kettle soured wheat ale is light, tart, and spritzy, and the addition of wild sumac berries imparts a pink lemonade flavor and a subtle minerality that simultaneously quenches your thirst and leaves you wanting that next sip all the more. Refreshing and sessionable, this brew is perfect for the transition from hot summers to cool falls.

ABV: 3.3%

Rotating Beers

These change often, so check the menu in the taproom for the most up-to-date selection



Dark German Lager that balances chocolate, roasty, and toasty flavors with moderate noble hop flavor for a surprisingly light bodied and refreshing black beer.

ABV: 5.2%

Oatmeal Stout

Brewed with a combination of Pilsner, Vienna, Crystal, and Roasted malts, this nutty, lightly roasty stout gets its unique velvety mouthfeel thanks to the addition of flaked oats. 

ABV: 6.2%

Emergency Stop Red IPA

This unique beer is the result of a collaboration between our lead brewer Andrew and Borrowed Time Brewing. Citrus and Pine bittering hops pay homage to the West Coast style that started it all, while crystal malts add a welcome caramel toastiness. An intense dry hopping schedule adds NEIPA-esque fruity aromas that make this brew shockingly appealing to a wide variety of beer drinkers.

ABV: 6%


What do you get when you blend a straightforward blonde ale with house-made hibiscus kombucha?  A deceptively delicious, slightly tart and highly refreshing brew, that’s what! 

ABV: 6.7%