This brewery is also “in the works”. In fact Noble Rey Brewing just got their boiler a couple weeks ago and keg collars recently arrived as well and they should be fully operational in 2015 if not sooner.
You will be able to taste beers such as “B.A. Baracus (an American brown ale), an amber ale called Steam Punk, and a 7.5 percent ABV German IPA dubbed Lorelei Rock, as well as a seasonal Day of the Dead-inspired brown ale brewed with piloncillo (Mexican brown sugar), cinnamon, and ancho and guajillo chiles.”
Hopefully the distribution woes that Texas government has recently imposed won’t impede this new brewery.
T.A.P. as they are calling themselves, literally began pouring this month with a kick-off party that included the start of their beer line-up: Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale, Naked Truth hoppy American Wheat Ale + Somethin’ Shady Porter.
They have also toyed with some experimental beers in the form of Party Like it’s 1773 Patriot Ale that is ‘Dry Leafed’ with tea, golden in color and an Imperial IPA that clocks in at “9% ABV, around 100 IBU.”
Currently they are draft only with a canning line being readied for the future.
Right now the best place to find their ales are at the Dallas Beer Kitchen.
What was started after Thanksgiving continues as the Holiday Ale Daily Advent Calendar (HADAC) highlights Winter Warmers from all over the globe. Including the infamous Anchor Holiday Ale which I will review many years of. There will also be many Portland beers to review from my recent trip but don’t fret, there will be plenty of LA Beer news to convey.
~ E-visits to three breweries from the Dallas Design District such as Texas Ale Project, Noble Rey and Peticolas
~ Reviews of various years of the Anchor Holiday Ale including the new 2014 version
~ Heads-Up on festive Los Angeles Beer Events throughout the month
~ Three suggested beers to buy this month. One light, one medium and one dark
~ I will tap the Firkin and give my no holds barred opinion on the craft beer world
~ … and Session # 94 will converge bloggers onto a single topic, this month it is Your Role in the Beer Scene
Here are two events to get your December started in the Los Angeles craft beer world:
1) December 5th New Belgium Sour Seminar at Library Alehouse
2) December 18th Beachwood 8 Double IPA Release