Our Beers now on tap
It's Belgian. It's American. It's Amer Belge. Translated to "bitter Belgian," this is our solution to making a great beer better! Based on our Bernoulli Pale ale, but aggressively hopped 7 times with American hops, this beer is sure to please. It's malty, its Belgian funky, its hoppy. Everything hangs in a delicate balance to delight your senses. Amer Belge is perhaps our brewmaster's favorite child.
Roggenbier is essentially a dunkleweiss brewed with rye malt instead of wheat. Ripple effect is no different. It is brewed with more than half the grain bill being rye and then fermented with a classic hefeweissen yeast. This produces the fruity light esters associated with a classic hefeweiss, but with an added spiciness from the rye, almost reminiscent of rye bread. Light bodied and medium in alcohol, Ripple Effect is a true session beer that is refreshing year- round.
Everbody enjoys a good stout! Shamus has taken on many names and recipe tweaks as a homebrew over the years and fared well against the competition at both the Bluebonnett Brew Off and the Arkansas State Fair. This is a good beer to experiment with, and whiskey soaked wood, dry hopped, and vanilla bean versions have all been tried. Discover the next evolution of Shamus as it is introduced to Randall.
Belgian Pale Ale
Belgian Pale Ales aren't your typical Belgian ales. This is considered an "everyday" beer, and is more focused on drinkability, rather than higher alcohol and spiciness like their cousins. A generous amount of Munich and other specialty malts provide a rich, complex backbone for this easy-drinking session beer. A relatively clean Belgian Ale yeast imparts a mild Belgian flavor with a focus on being drinkable. Bernoulli is a perfect fit for every occasion.
You've enjoyed the Ripple Effect, so let's keep it in the family. Exit rye, enter wheat to make up the majority of the grain. A generous portion of Munich add the malty sweetness, and specialty grains add complexity. Hefe yeast rounds out the classic wheat flavor, which tends to be quite refreshing. Light in body but full in flavor, Rene Descartes is sure to please the masses, even if you don't like geometry.
Two Timing Ale is a classic American IPA, made with the classic American ingredients, but it is a simple beer to make. The grain bill is mostly American 2 row barley with a little darker and sweeter malt for color and a single variety of hops. There are six large hop additions from first wort to flame out. Enjoy!
The term "patersbier" does not designate a style as such; it is usually a weaker version of one of the regular beers, and may only be offered to the Brothers on festive occasions. Made only from pilsner malt, hops, and yeast, the complexity that results from these simple ingredients is staggering: perfumey floral hops, ripe pear fruit, sour apple, spicy cloves, candied citrus and a slight biscuit character on the drying finish ... a monk's session beer.
Cascadian Dark Ale
“BLACK HOPS” is our interpretation of a new beer style called Cascadian Dark Ale that originated in the Northwest United States. It is an American IPA loaded with hop varieties from that region of the country. However, this is not your ordinary AIPA. The grain bill resembles that of a British Porter. The flavor is balanced citrus like hop bitterness with noticeable roasted malt and chocolate notes and a nice dry finish.
guest beers on tap
Central Arkansas Breweries
Rotating local taps including old favorites and up and coming brews
Northwest Arkansas Breweries
Featuring our brewing kinfolk from Core, Fossil Cove & Saddlebock
Gluten Free Option
We're doing our best to keep something on tap from our gluten free friends, including Original Sin Cider
We will feature a variety of breweries from the surrounding states.