Lame Duck by 11 Below is Beer of the Week!

Lame Duck
Lame Duck, American Pale Ale, is RBar's Beer of the Week! Lame Duck has everything you could want in a pale ale: a simple and slightly sweet malt bill, bodacious citrus and tropical fruit notes from lots and lots of Australian and New Zealand hops, and a silly little duck on it. Because hey, sometimes it’s cool to be lame. ... Read More

Ballast Point Pumpkin Down is Beer of the Week!

Pumpkin Down
Ballast Point Pumpkin Down is RBar's Beer of the Week! Pumpkin Down, a super smooth pumpkin ale, is RBar's beer of the week! Ballast point says this about their brew... "Some might think we’re out of our gourd for making a pumpkin ale, but our Pumpkin Down is not like the others. The caramel and toffee maltiness of our Piper ... Read More

Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale – Beer of the Week

Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale
Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale is RBar's Beer of the Week! THIS VOLUMINOUSLY HOPPED MUTHA… delivers a hoppy nose and assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and citrusy floral hops from start to finish. Oskar Blues launched its canning ops in 2002, brewing and hand-canning Dale’s Pale Ale in the Lyons, ColoRADo, brewpub. America’s first-craft-canned mountain Pale is a hearty, critically ... Read More

Bearded Fox Foxtoberfest – Beer of the Week!

Bearded Fox Foxtoberfest
Bearded Fox Foxtoberfest is RBar's Beer of the Week! Brewed by Bearded Fox Brewing in Tomball, this Oktoberfest beer is just awesome and so, it'd only be right and proper if we made it our Beer of the Week. October is a great month for beer at R! “Smooth with a good flavor and a little bite at the end, ... Read More

Eureka Heights Wicket Awesome – Beer of the Week

Eureka Heights Wicket Awesome
Eureka Heights Wicket Awesome; back by popular demand, is #BeerOfTheWeek! It’s an ESB (Extra Special Bitter), more common in England (the best known of which are Fuller’s ESB and Boddingtons), despite “bitter” being in its name, ESBs are not actually bitter at all. The key to an ESB is balance, malts tend to be more pronounced, often toasty and fruity. ... Read More

End Of Season Blowout – Beer Of The Week

Beer Blowout
We're having an End Of Season Blowout at R This week! Our scorching hot summer is on the wind-down, the days are slowly getting cooler, and it's time to start getting ready for the next season of beers at R. In preparation for this we're fazing out some of our popular summer beers to make room for what autumn has ... Read More