Buckle Bunny is Beer of the Week

Buckle Bunny
Buckle Bunny by Eureka Heights, is Beer of the Week! This little Cream Ale is pretty much for everyone. Great for a hot summer’s day or a hot winter’s night.  Light, refreshing and crisp. And it's brewed by one of our favorite breweries, right here in Houston! “Pours a clear gold with small frothy white head that diminishes quickly. The aroma ... Read More

Firestone Walker Union Jack IPA – Beer of the Week

Union Jack IPA
Union Jack IPA by Firestone Walker is our Beer of the Week! Union Jack rings all of the bells of an aggressively hopped West Coast IPA, but with an astonishing balance that stands out from the crowd.  The name Union Jack is a nod to the colonial origins of the IPA style, and to the British expatriate who co­‐founded our ... Read More

Stone Ripper San Diego Pale Ale

Stone Ripper
Stone Ripper San Diego Pale Ale is RBar's Beer of the Week! When it came to creating Stone Ripper San Diego Pale Ale, Stone Brewing from California, drew inspiration from the coastal surf cultures of SoCal and Oz. Sourcing classic Cascade from the Pacific Northwest and Australian Galaxy hops from…yes…Australia, they made a beer both lovers of frothy peaks and hoppy green buds ... Read More

Dallas Blonde – Deep Ellum Brewing Company

Dallas Blonde Beer of the Week
Dallas Blonde | Deep Ellum Brewing Company is RBar's Beer of the Week! Deep Ellum has done it again with this wonderful light, and slightly fruity, American Blonde Ale - Dallas Blonde, and it is our Beer of the Week this week at RBar!   “Pours slight hazy golden orange with small white head, smells of toasty biscuity Malta with ... Read More

Sam Adams Hopscape – Beer of the Week

Sam Adams Hopscape
Diving straight into 2017 with our first Beer of the Week - It's Sam Adams Hopscape! Four types of West Coast hops add bold notes of pine and juicy grapefruit to this deep golden wheat ale, for a crisp flavor that’s a refreshing escape from winter’s lingering chill. “Citrus hop flavor nicely balanced by soft, sweet malted wheat. Really great ... Read More