Austin Beerworks

Austin Beerworks

Austin Beerworks

Pearl Snap
German-Style Pils
ABV: 5.3%
IBU: 27
You always remember your first kiss. But no matter how very many times you try to recreate it with your awkward advances it never matches up. That’s why you should plant your pucker on a Pearl Snap. This crisp refreshing pils will never let you down. Whether if it’s your first date or two year anniversary, every bright clean sip tastes like the very first time.

Fire Eagle
American IPA
ABV: 7.3%
IBU: 65
Flavor swoops in (cue EAGLE SCREAM), grabs you by the face and flies you through the hop rainbow. At the peak of the ride it swoops back to earth and gently drops you back on your bar stool where you are refreshed, excited and ready to ride again. It’s hoppy, bold and American. It is a classic IPA to judge all other against. Say it loud, scream it proud, “Screeeeeeee!”

Bloodwork Orange
Blood Orange IPA
ABV: 7%
IBU: 20
As part of our ABW Pilot Program, every Beerworker gets the chance to pilot our private bi-plane. Whaaat? No. We have robots for that. Actually they get to make their own beer on our seven-barrel pilot system – It’s called RAD Labs for Research and Development. That’s how Bloodwork began – with Nick Pratt and a citrusy dream. It was only available in our taproom but was in such high demand it has become our first year-round seasonal. It’s the Sicilain blood oranges added during fermentation that make this a citric symphony for the senses.

Invisible Hand
Hazy IPA
ABV: 7%
IBU: 17
Our Hazy IPA is bursting with tropical aromatics and juicy flavor. But no fruit was added. It’s just hops and yeast working together to create this beautiful hazy baby. Do not Shake.

Heisenberg
Kristallweizen
ABV: 4.5%
IBU: 8
We love the flavor characters of a hefeweizen but think all the yeast in suspension can make for a heavy beer. “Hey yeast, you’ve done your job, you’re drunk, go home!” So we run this traditional Hefe through our centrifuge to spin out the yeast and leave it Krystall clear. It keeps the hallmark flavors and aromas of a Hefe in a very drinkable beer. It’s wheat beer the ABW way!