Flavor/Balance: Named after one of the original German pioneers to make a home in Boerne. Phillip Jacob Theis was a blacksmith and
wheelwright who built the “Theis House” on Main St in Boerne circa 1858. This Amber closely resembles our Kendall County Oktoberfest,
but with a lighter malt recipe. It pays homage to Boerne’s German roots using German Pilsner, Munich Malt and German Tettnang Hops.
Expect a smooth finish, with addition of roasted malts that add slight notes of roasted biscuit on nose and finish.
Grain: Munich, Pilsner, Crystal 40, Biscuit, Chocolate
Yeast: BSI Oktoberfest Lager
Category: Year Round