We took the building blocks of Mexican hot chocolate and made a new dessert champion. We loaded barrels with 2 kinds of cocoa - Nicaraguan and Dominican - and let them mop up flavor for several days.
Only then did we pour in a big stout brewed with oats and lactose. Topped off with cinnamon, the casks aged this full menu into a balanced, irresistible treat. The aroma sways between smoky Tequila and rich chocolate, while a sweet, creamy mouthfeel softens the cinnamon spice finale!!
Denver Beer Company Rosita Imperial Porter - This Collaboration with Cerveceria Itañeñe from Mexico City features the rare and exotic ingredient Flor De Rosita De Cocao. A unique flower grown in Oaxaca, Mx. With strong flavors of chocolate and coffee. This Imperial Porter brings bold malt flavors. Aging on roasted rosita, imparts delicious notes of vanilla, chocolate, and nuts with a hint of woodiness to compliment the maltiness. A truly unique and special combination of flavors.
This dark English mild was brewed with a combination of American and English malts to create a full flavored yet light bodied and quite sessionable beer. With a lovely chocolate nose and sweet caramel finish, you'll be deceived by how light and crisp it tastes. But with a low alcohol percentage, a discerning sleuth will be able to drink several and still be able too stroll all the way back to 221B Baker St without Scotland Yard barking at you!
An oft overlooked beer style, Baltic porters are a melting pot of European brewing traditions. In the early 19th century, brewers in the Baltic region took inspiration from English porters, Russian imperial stouts, and German bocks to create their take on a strong porter brewed with lager yeast. Our robust version of this style offers a velvety mouthfeel with decadent notes of caramel and molasses. The combination of rich malts with a clean lager fermentation make this after dinner sipper dangerously smooth.
Brewed in collaboration with Rheinländer Bakery in Olde Town Arvada, this kettle sour was brewed with sweet pastries in mind! With cherries on the nose and a residual sweetness and honey finish reminiscent of a strudel pastry, you won't be able to stop yourself from having a full glass or more of this delicious dessert sour. An entire cherry strudel from Rheinlander Bakery was added to the mash for this beer to give it an extra kick of cherry goodness.
This beer was created for easy drinking. A slightly sweet aroma lends itself to a sweeter flavor with a crisp, clean finish accented by a slight hop bitterness to complete a smooth journey. Brewed with corn to provide that slight sweetness, this beer was designed to be drunk in multiples.
Speed Goat is a golden ale loaded with 2-row and C-15 on the malt side and featuring subtle use of Willamette hops for bittering and aroma. Locally produced Bryant Honey from Worland provides a crisp dryness with a slight honey finish. Easy drinking for folks born and raised on lighter fare, the Speed Goat may go fast, just like its namesake.
This beer was built as a classic saison and fermented with a blend of French and Belgian saison yeasts as well as Belgian Ardennes yeast. This beer was also aged on Aspen wood. It drinks with a definite Belgian ester profile and ends dry and with the notes of toasted aspen wood. This beer was named to pay homage to Jason Buehler and is done through a nod to his love of hiking 14ers.