Boerne Blonde

Flavor / Balance: Easy to drink, balanced beer… not necessarily just for Blondes! Our number one Seller!
Grains: 2 Row, Crystal 20, Crystal Maple
Hops: Columbus and Cascade
Yeast: House Chico

Category: Year Round

Weiss’ Winter Wheat

Flavor/Balance: The Weiss family was the original owner of the house that CCB is in today! Our continuation of our Weiss Wheat Beers introduces
our Winter version. Closely resembling a German Dunkelweisen (Dark Wheat) Ale but on the light-er side of the style. Where a Hefeweizen is heavy
on banana and bubble gum, our Winter Wheat is all about clove. Lots of clove on the nose and pallet but with a very smooth finish. Our
Winter Wheat is our lightest hopped and lowest alcohol large batch beer for the winter. Served with a optional orange slice or try with a lemon wedge.

Grain:  White Wheat, Pilsner, Honey Malt, Special B, Flaked Wheat, Rice Hulls
Hops:  Summit
Yeast: Bavarian Weizen

Category: Seasonal

Creekside IPA (India Pale Ale)

Flavor/Balance: Our hoppiest beer! Bitter, but not over the top with crystal malts balancing out the bitterness Think citrus, stone fruit, and a touch of pine on nose and palate. We’re a stone’s throw from Cibolo Creek, so pull up a seat on the Creekside and enjoy Boerne!
Grains: 2 Row, Crystal 40, and Crystal Maple
Hops: Columbus, Centennial, Falconer’s Flight, Zythos, Ekuanot and Summer
Yeast: House Chico

Category: Year Round

48er’s Porter

Flavor/Balance: Named after the original northern European settlers to the Boerne and Hill Country area. Our cooler weather Porter is a dark beer drinker’s joy. Loads of roastiness and coffee flavors on the pallet and nose, but thin enough body to leave room for a few:)

Grains: Pale Malt, Chocolate, Munich 10, Dextrine Malt, Crystal 60, Special B, Black Patent

Hops: Summit, Cascade, Centennial
Yeast: English Ale 5

Category: Seasonal

Theis’ Amber Lager

Flavor/Balance: Named after one of the original German pioneers to make home in Boerne. Phillip Jacob Theiss was a blacksmith and
wheelwright who built the Theiss House on Main Street circa 1858. This Amber closely resembles our Kendall Co. Oktoberfest, but with a
lighter malt recipe. It pays homage to Boerne’s German roots by 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 and Pilsner Malts, Crystal 40, Biscuit, Chocolate
Hops: German Tettnang
Yeast: Oktoberfest Lager

Category: Seasonal