Devils Backbone Brewing Company Vienna Lager

With its amber chestnut colored good looks and smooth malty finish, Vienna Lager was an obvious choice to put into bottles. It blends color and flavor without heaviness or bitterness. Just as Vienna Lagers historically inspired Munich’s Oktoberfest beers to evolve, this amber lager has evolved since we opened in 2008 into the award winning beer it is today. Experience the taste and tradition.

STYLE: Vienna Style Lager
COLOR: Amber
ABV: 4.9
IBU: 18

HOPS: Northern Brewer, Saaz
MALTS: Vienna, Pilsen, Dark Munich, Caramel Malts

Devils Backbone Vienna Lager

Devils Backbone Brewing Company Schwartz Bier

Derived from the recipes of medieval Germanic brewers, our Schwartz Bier embodies a millennium of refinement. Schwarzbier (literally: black beer) originates from eastern Germany and is a window into pre-modern brewing. Medieval brewers browned barley over open flames; today we get the characteristically subtle roasted flavor by using the finest toasted malts. This sophisticated little gem is fermented with lager yeast, and finishes quick and dry. Take this modern treasure home to your castle today!

STYLE: German Style Black Lager
COLOR: Black
ABV: 5.1
IBU: 18

HOPS: Northern Brewer, Saaz
MALTS: Carafa 2, Dark Munich, Melanoidin, Cara-Red, Pilsner Malt

Devils Backbone Schwartz Bier

Devils Backbone Brewing Company Eight Point IPA

This is the first batch of beer we brewed after the conception of Devils Backbone Brewing Company in 2008. Our brewmaster Jason Oliver was thinking about how to design the IPA when he heard a rustle near his fence line (just touching the woods) where he saw two young proud eight point bucks walking along it. He decided to name the beer after those young bucks as it seemed to fit the spirit of the beer, which is proud, brash, youthful, yet approachable.

STYLE: India Pale Ale
ABV: 5.9
IBU: 60

HOPS: Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe
MALTS: Malts: Pilsen, Caramel Malts, Torrified Wheat

Devils Backbone Eight Point IPA

Duclaw Euforia


A true DuClaw Brewing Company original, this style-bending, English Brown Ale variant is dark brown, medium-bodied, creamy, and incredibly flavorful! EuForia combines roasted malt with gourmet coffee to create a jubilant swirl of caramel, almond, and toffee flavors that will leave your palate in a state of ecstasy. First brewed in 2006, this smooth, highly drinkable bottle/pint of 5% abv liquid bliss is available year round, so what are you waiting for? Come on get happy!


Duclaw Neon Gypsy

Neon Gypsy, our 6.5% abv India Pale Ale, new for 2014! It is medium-bodied and clear with a thin white head and crisp mouthfeel. A vagabond blend of 7 different hops dominates with grapefruit and citrus flavors and aromas, accented by notes of pine, that continue to roam your palate long after its clean, hoppy finish. Disconnect, and you will find your way.


Duclaw Sweet Baby Jesus


First brewed in 2011, this Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter is jet black in color with a tan, rocky head, full body and creamy, luxurious mouthfeel. Its lightly sweet, malty flavor is accented by rich flavors of chocolate, coffee and peanut butter, and balanced by a subtle hop character and moderate 6.5% abv. Sweet Baby Jesus finishes smooth, dry, and roasty with lingering notes of chocolate and peanut butter so savory, you will exclaim its name!


Duclaw Bare Ass Blonde


First brewed in 1996 as part of our original line-up, and still available year round, Bare Ass Blonde Ale is undisputed as our most popular beer. Is it all in the name? No! (Well, the name doesn’t hurt) Our smoothly drinkable little blonde bombshell will turn your head with her smooth, light malt flavor, mild hop character, and crisp, refreshing, fruity finish. But don’t let the innocent look fool you. She’s got a way of stripping away all pretense with her 5% abv and getting right to the naked truth.


Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale

In 1995, we crafted our first autumn seasonal—Pumpkin Ale. At the time,
Oktoberfest beers were in high demand. For our version, we wanted to create a
beer that was a little different than what was already out there and complemented the season by highlighting the flavors we’ve all grown to love during this time. It was so popular that it became the first nationally available pumpkin ale. Harvest Pumpkin Ale, as it’s called now, is crafted with pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice for a taste you’ll want to fall right into.

Deep amber colored ale with brilliant clarity and a rich, white head. Very complex aroma consisting of malty spice notes. The taste starts out with assertive malty notes and is quickly balanced with the right amount of harvest spices including cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. There’s a small amount of bitterness to keep the malt sweetness from building up. A medium-bodied ale with just enough carbonation to balance the rich caramel character. Finishes with a smooth, clean malt and spice taste. Hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and malt gradually fade.

Available in 12oz. bottles, 6pack, 12pack, Draft


Leinenkugel’s Orange Shandy

Leinenkugel’s® Orange Shandy is a traditional wheat beer with refreshing natural orange flavor inspired by the orange harvests. With a zesty, citrus taste, it’s just what you need to stay on the brighter side of the season.

The citrus orange flavors pair well with ceviche, coconut shrimp, North Carolina style BBQ and angel food cake with citrus zest.

ABV: 4.2%
IBU: 11



New Belgium Ranger

Ever met a New Belgium Beer Ranger? They are our beloved folks out in the field. Spanning all 29 of our states from the Pacific to the Atlantic, our Beer Rangers do their best to protect, to pour and to partake. And explore many a beer from many a brewery, they do.

Bring out the hops! This clear amber beauty bursts at the starting gate with an abundance of hops: Cascade (citrus), Chinook (floral/citrus), and Simcoe (fruity) lead off the beer, with Cascade added again for an intense dry hop flavor. Brewed with pale and dark caramel malts that harmonize the hop flavor from start to finish, Ranger is a sessionable splendor for all you hopinistas. Thank your Beer Ranger!


ABV: 6.5%
IBU: 70
YEAST: Ale Yeast
HOPS: Chinook, Simcoe, Cascade
MALTS: Pale, C-120
VISUAL: Light veil over this amber beauty
AROMA: Bursts with an abundance of hops (citrus, floral and fruity)
FLAVOR: Pale and caramel malts harmonize with hop flavor from start to finish- yet finishes deliciously bitter.
MOUTHFEEL: Bitter and dry hop finish- imbalanced yet sessionable!
BODY: Medium


New Belgium Fat Tire

Named in honor of our co-founder’s bike trip through Europe, Fat Tire Amber Ale marks a turning point in the young electrical engineer’s home brewing. Belgian beers use a far broader palette of ingredients (fruits, spices, esoteric yeast strains) than German or English styles. Jeff found the Belgian approach freeing. Upon his return, Jeff created Fat Tire and Abbey Belgian Ale, (assuming Abbey would be his big gun). Together with co-founder Kim Jordan, they traveled around sampling their homebrews to the public. Fat Tire’s appeal quickly became evident. People liked everything about it. Fat Tire won fans with its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness. Fat Tire: Pairs well with people.


VISUAL: Clear, amber and bright with white lacing
AROMA: Sweet biscuty and caramel malts, subtle notes of fresh fennel and green apple
FLAVOR: Toasty malt, gentle sweetness, flash of fresh hop bitterness. The malt and hops are perfectly balanced.
MOUTHFEEL: carbonation and light sweetness finish clean on your palate.
BODY: Medium

ABV: 5.2%
IBU: 22
YEAST: House Ale Yeast
HOPS: Willamette, Goldings, Target
MALTS: Pale, C-80, Munich, Victory


Lagunitas IPA

Lagunitas IPA was our first seasonal way back in 1995. The recipe was formulated with malt and hops working together to balance it all out on your ‘buds so you can knock back more than one without wearing yourself out. Big on the aroma with a hoppy-sweet finish that’ll leave you wantin’ another sip.

This is our unique version of an ancient style. A style as old as the ocean trade routes of the last centuries Great Ships. Not as old as the equator they had to cross twice enroute, nor as old as the 10,000 or so miles of Di-Hydrogen Oxide and Sodium upon which they sailed, but older than the Circulithium-4 Lentloid that binds the Lupulin Quartnate onto your taste buds. Weird. Think about it. Now stop. OK, go again, now stop. Think again, and stop. But we digress. Made with 43 different hops and 65 various malts, this redolent ale will likely float your boat, whatever planet you’re on.

The hops didn’t just exhibit the standard citrus flavors of grapefruit and lemon, but they also deliver some mild strawberry notes and a grassy, earthy flavor. This beer has a great head and a wonderful hop flavor as well. This IPA is very soft and not terribly crisp, but then again, an ale with this many flavors needn’t be crisp, just refreshing.”


ABV: 6.2%
Sold as: 6pks, 12pks, 22oz Bombers & Kegs
Net contents: Ounces and ounces of Malt, Hops, Yeast and water


SweetWater Blue

A unique light bodied Wheat Ale, enhanced with a hint of fresh blueberries! The euphoric experience begins with an appealing blueberry aroma, take a good whiff and you’ll know. The taste though is extremely subtle and finishes extra clean.

Ain’t no fruit beer, but it is our breakfast beer, usually folks that are looking to quench their thirst or for those that are new to the “good beer” lifestyle; this is their choice.

One of the first two beers to come out of our brewery back in 1997, Blue is part of our year round lineup and is line priced with SweetWater’s other lip smackin’ core styles.

Available in 6 Packs, 15.5 Gallon kegs, 5.2 Gallon Torpedo kegs. Unpasteurized and as with all of our brews this one is best within 90 days.


Grains: 2 Row, Wheat

Hops: Centenial

ABV: 4.5% IBU’s: 7

Medals: Bronze medal winner at the 1998 World Beer Cup, Fruit Beer category; Always the funky favorite at any outdoor beer festival.


SweetWater IPA

This mammoth IPA is defined by generous quantities of premium hops and balanced with a premium selection of English malt. Traditionally unfiltered IPA’s lead to the slight haze appearance. An extensive dry-hopping process contributes to its very intense floral hop aroma. Extensive dry hopping contributes to its very intense hop character. The IPA is unfiltered and as always, unpasteurized to leave all the natural flavors intact. If you’re at the brewery you’ll be able to guess what style of beer every brewer has in his hand. THE BEER YOU’VE BEEN TRAINING FOR!

IPA is part of our year round lineup and is line priced with SweetWater’s other lip smackin’ core styles.

Available in 6 Packs, 12 Packs, 15.5 Gallon kegs, 5.2 Gallon Torpedo kegs. As with all of our brews, this one is best within 90 days.


Grains: 2 Row , Munich Wheat, 70/80

Hops: Chinook, Casade, Simcoe, US Golding

ABV: 6.3% IBU’s: 61


SweetWater 420

SweetWater 420 Extra Pale Ale, our most popular brew, is a tasty West Coast Style Pale Ale with a stimulating hop character and a crisp finish, accentuated with a stimulating hop character. Brewed with 2 row, munich and 40L malt and a heady dose of cascade and centennial hops.

First conceived in our bat caveon 4-20, 1997 this kind beer keeps the wheels on the bus going round and round. 420 is part of our year round lineup and is line priced with SweetWater’s other lip smackin’ core styles. This beer has developed quite the following in the Southeast. Drink em if you got em.

Available in 6 Packs, 12 packs,15.5 Gallon kegs, 5.2 Gallon Torpedokegs. Best within 90 days of bottling.

Awards: 2002 Silver Medal- Great American Beer Festival, 1997 – 2005 Creative Loafing Readers Choice – Best local beer, 1998 World Beer Cup silver medal, Top 10 Local beers – Atlanta Journal Constitution


Grains: 2 Row, Munich, 40L

Hops: Centennial, Cascade

ABV: 5.3% IBU’s: 41


Oskar Blues Lil’ Yella’ Pils

Are all pilsners the same? Definitely NO! Oskar Blues breaks the mold on pilsner and makes a bold Bohemian-style brew called Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils. This gently hopped (35 IBU) pilsner has been around in cans since early 2009 and dares you to think that this is a common lager.

Oskar Blues’ Mama’s Little Yella Pils is an uncompromising, small-batch version of the beer that made Pilsen, Czech Republic, famous. Unlike mass market “pilsners” diluted with corn & rice, Mama’s is built with 100% pale malt, German specialty malts, and Saaz hops. While its rich with Czeched-out flavor, its gentle hopping (35 IBUs) and low ABV (just 5.3%) make it a luxurious but low-dose (by Oskar Blues standards) refresher.

Mama’s Little Yella Pils pours a clear bright yellow color with a nice big white head. A rich aroma of lemon, grass and biscuity malts is where Mama’s Little Yella Pils distinguishes itself from a normal pilsner. The Bavarian hops leave a fresh scent in the glass. The beer is medium bodied with a lot of bitter sweet malts up front on the tongue followed by a lemony pilsner taste.


ABV: 5.3%
Bitterness (IBUs): 35


Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale

Brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and four kinds of American hops, This American Pale Ale delivers a blast of hop aromas, a rich middle of malt and hops, and a thrilling finish.

A sniff from the firm, tan head yields a varied aroma, displaying a healthy dose of caramel sweetness along with a resinous, floral hop presence bolstered by a surprising alcohol tingle on the nostrils. Toffee and caramel flavors march in on the beginning of the swallow, heavy and sweet. Aggressive hops emerge as well, citrusy, sticky, and spicy with an elevated level of bitterness. Dark gold and full-bodied, this beer has mild carbonation and a stiff alcohol presence.

Why squeeze such a big brew into a little can?

Because we think fun in the great outdoors calls for great beer. Our cans go where bottled beers can’t, where flavorless canned beers don’t belong. And no matter where you drink Dale’s Pale Ale, our can protect it from light and oxidation far better than bottles do. 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 acclaimed trailblazer that changed the way craft beer fiends perceive portable beer


ABV: 6.5%
Bitterness (IBUs): 65

Hops used: Northern Brewer for bittering, Cascade and Columbus for flavor, and a big, post-boil addition of Centennial for aroma.


Foothills Cottonwood Low Down Brown

Cottonwood Low Down Brown is an English style brown ale that pours an almost opaque deep reddish brown in color. Light visible carbonation is present, with significant garnet red highlights. A small beige head slowly reduces to a couple of small, thin patches with a very thin film covering the majority of the remainder of the surface of the beer as a thin ring forms at the edges of the glass.

Moderate aromas of light fruit malty sweetness are present, with apple and pear standing out along with some earthy hops and just a touch of nuts. A first taste reveals light to moderate upfront flavors of toasted malts with some light fruit sweetness – specifically red apple. Following the malts there are some light hints of nuts and brown sugar. Finally, there is a moderate amount of earthy hops in the finish that lend a light lingering bitterness.


ABV: 5.6%
Color (SRM): 16
Bitterness (IBUs): 40


Foothills Torch Pilsner

In the glass, this beer has a medium golden apple juice coloration with nice bubble action. The aroma is quite herbal in nature with a distinct hop presence and some subtle some grassy notes. Very clean, very inviting.

The first sip is nicely foreshadowed and consisted mostly of a crisp hop sting. It has a very nice bite for a pilsner and lets you know first hand that what you’re drinking drinking is not mass-produced. You’re immediately greeted with a zesty apple-like flavor instead of the standard lemony citrus of most pilsners. The lemon notes are certainly there, but they are only complimentary to the apple flavour with bitter herbs and grainy sweetness. The mouthfeel is pretty light and has a decent tangy character.

A well structured, Czech-style pilsner. Torch is strong in alcohol with a rich, full finish. Good mouth feel and well-balanced Czech Saaz hops ensure that Torch is not your typical pilsner.

ABV: 5.3%
Color (SRM): 3.7
Bitterness (IBUs): 35


Foothills Hoppyum IPA

Do you like hops? Foothills Brewing’s HOPPYUM IPA is full of citrusy American hops with an emphasis on Simcoe hops, an especially pungent hop variety. This brew finishes dry, making it a great session beer to come back to.

Hoppyum has a pale bronze color, stands an off-white head and a veritable farmyard pong of sulfur just like the mineral-rich waters of Burton-on-Trent in England. As the sulfur clears, a powerful aroma of bitter oranges attacks the nose along with earthy hops – Cascade, Centennial, Columbus and Simcoe – with a cracker wheat malt note. Bitter fruit and hops build in the mouth but chewy, sweet malt adds a fine balance. The finish is bittersweet with marmalade fruit, earthy hop resins and powerful malt notes. It’s hard to argue with a beer that’s brewed this well. You may well drink four pints, preferably with spicy fish tacos.


ABV: 6.3%
Color (SRM): 8
Bitterness (IBUs): 70