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Originally brewed in Cologne, this beer is crisp and refreshing, yet has a sweet malty body that is balanced by a complex, citrus hop character. Multiple additions of German Hallertauer hops are used to achieve this delicate flavor. Lawnmower is a world class brew yet light enough to be enjoyed by Texans after strenuous activities, like mowing the lawn. Original Gravity: 1. Malted Barley: True to style, this beer is brewed with just pale malted barley and a dash of malted wheat.

We import the world's best pils and wheat malts to create the light yet rich malt body. Hops: We use a single hop variety in this beer: Hallertauer Hersbrucker. Four separate additions to the brew kettle create the delicate flavor and aroma of this classic hop. We developed this beer because we wanted a slightly delicate beer in our portfolio, and one with a crisper, hoppier character than the Texas Wheat.

When it came to naming the beer, we performed our typical expensive, highly sophisticated consumer research program. We then went around to any parties or bars we were at and handed out these sheets to have people rate their perception of the quality of the beer with each name on a scale of 1 to 5. If we just averaged the totals, Golden would have won. People rated Fancy Lawnmower Beer either a 1 or a 5, but all anyone wanted to talk about, no matter what they rated it, when they handed their questionnaire in was Fancy Lawnmower Beer.

This beer has a distinctive floral hop aroma. This, combined with the power of suggestion le many people to inform us that this beer tastes like grass. No it doesn't, silly. And stop smoking so much of it. Research has also found this beer to be perfect for tailgating at Texans game. Especially on those crisp, fall days at the beginning of the football season in August. In Houston. In a paved parking lot. H-Town Pils represents the evolution of lager and pilsner brewing at Saint Arnold and is a beer that represents the character of Houston - balanced, complex, and welcoming.

H-Town Pils is a classic Bohemian-style pilsner. This beer exemplifies what we as brewers look for in one of our favorite styles: malt and hop flavor working together in harmony and creating balance from beginning to end. With H-Town Pils, we wanted to develop a beer focused on our deep connection with and appreciation for the Houston community. Thus, we needed our can art to be very Houston.

After several iterations, we settled on a colorful background pattern inspired by local art and symbolizing the diversity of Houston. The star icon is a symbol seen on the city seal and atop the San Jacinto Monument. Inside the portal, a low Texas sun sets over a stylized skyline.

Home sweet Houston. A refreshing twist on the classic blonde ale style. Select Northwest American hops provide a light citrus twist alongside a clean, crisp malt character to create a harmony of flavors. Or your day. Your float, your tailgate, your BBQ He's the man behind our Santo de, and we've worked with him several times over the years. As we settled in on a throwback feel for this beer, we knew Carlos was our guy. A classic Belgian-style Witbier with a subtle aroma of coriander and orange peel and a distinct Belgian yeast character.

The complexity of flavors in this medium-bodied ale make it crisp and refreshing. This beer is an homage to three animals featured in the Houston Zoo's Texas Wetlands exhibit - the bald eagle, American alligator, and whooping crane. All are animals that came back from near extinction, much like the witbier style itself. A portion of the sales from Comeback Wit will support our friends at the Houston Zoo. A well balanced, full flavored, amber ale. It has a rich, malty body with a pleasant caramel character derived from a specialty Caravienne malt.

A complex hop aroma, with a hint of floral and citrus comes from a combination of Cascades and Liberty hops. It has a rich, creamy head with a fine lace. The light fruitiness, characteristic of ales, is derived from a proprietary yeast strain. Malted Barley: We use only malted barley.

No other grains or cereals such as corn or rice are used. Our 2-row pale malt comes from the Northern Plains Minnesota and Wisconsin. Our specialty Caravienne malt is imported from Belgium. Hops: We use Pacific Northwest hop varieties. The addition of Cascades early in the brewing process gives the ale bitterness to balance the malt sweetness. More Cascades are added in the middle of the brew to give a pleasant hop flavor. We finish with Liberty hops, a "Noble" variety, which gives a round, soft hop aroma.

When asked how many test batches were brewed in creating the Amber recipe, Brock Wagner quickly replies, "Six. We have heard rumors that we've changed the Amber Ale recipe. While we did tweak the recipe a little bit during the beer's first three months, it hasn't changed since then. Which means we're still brewing the same Amber Ale recipe we brewed at the end of ! Saint Arnold Amber is the movie star of the bunch. If you look for it, you can spot the Amber tap handle in the movie Miss Congeniality.

Later in the movie you can spot the characters drinking Amber Ale at the Pig Stand. When our first production batch of Amber Ale was released, we discovered that we had inadvertently brewed an IPA. While quite tasty for an IPA, it wasn't what was intended and we noticed all the non-hophe the majority of people at the opening party making funny faces. There were 17 people in Houston who loved it and they complained bitterly when we corrected the recipe.

Way back in , we wanted to come up with a fun event that was allowed under the then-current beer laws of Texas. Pre-announced promotions at specific locations were forbidden, but a pub crawl with only hints given as to where the stops would be was legal. It was then that the Saint Arnold Pub Crawl - part pub crawl, part scavenger hunt - was born. Our first one had 25 attendees and included a sit down dinner for the entire crew at the now-defunct Village Brewery in Rice Village.

The laws have since changed, but our Pub Crawls have continued. We now host them almost monthly around the Houston area and our other markets. To add to this tradition, we're debuting a beer that's hoppy, balanced and - at 4. This crisp, sessionable Pale Ale is brewed with a combination of hops: Centennial hops at the beginning of the boil for bitterness, and Amarillo and Galaxy hops at the end for the bulk of the flavor and aroma.

Golden naked oats malt lend a nutty, more full-bodied flavor, and the London III yeast accentuates the hop flavor and aroma. Harmony is an easy-drinking hazy pale ale. With a focus on citrus and tropical fruit notes, candied orange and pineapple aromas lead to cantaloupe and honeydew melon flavors.

Balanced by a soft mouthfeel and light body, this blissfully hoppy beer showcases hops, malt, and yeast in harmony. Elissa has huge hop additions in the kettle that give it a wonderful bitterness and is then dry-hopped in the fermenter to create the pleasant floral, hoppy nose. Our reverse osmosis water makes the bitter very soft with no harsh notes to it.

The maltiness is derived from British Maris Otter malt. Its rich flavor stands up to the hops that would otherwise dominate this beer. Malted Barley: Made with all British malt. The base malt is Maris Otter, augmented with some medium crystal malt. Hops: We use a single hop in this beer: Cascade. We make three hop additions in the kettle as well as a large dry-hopping in the fermenter. Our Elissa IPA is pure, with no additives or preservatives.

In order to maintain the freshest flavor possible, we do not pasteurize our beer. Many of its subtle flavors are delicate and would not stand up to the heat of pasteurization. We recommend that this product be stored cold to avoid any degradation in flavor.

We had wanted to brew an IPA for several years, but our water was too high in calcium carbonate which tends to impart a harsh bitter to such beers. It was not until we installed our reverse osmosis system that we could do so. Reverse osmosis takes the water coming into the brewery with about ppm dissolved solids and strips it down to about 5 ppm.

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