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It may be the lightest of Back Pew’s offerings, but don’t call it a lightweight. Although this Pilsner may be our most approachable beer, it’s still crafted with passion to bring out the best in its every unique element. Nowhere else will you find a brew that combines traditional German flavors with the sweetness of Texas blue corn to create a light but rich experience. Every sip is like divine intervention on your palate.
Ages ago, the roggenbier was a celebrated style of beer enjoyed in countries across the world. But eventually its chief ingredient, rye, fell out of favor with brewmasters, and the style was considered dead. Now, we're giving it new life. The flavor of this resurrected brew is reminiscent of a hefeweizen, but with full, earthy tones and the perfect amount of spice. After centuries of lying dormant, the rye is beginning to rise again.
Some things in life aren’t meant to be understood, only to be enjoyed. Sweet Salvation is one of those things…we like to describe it as a paradox in a glass. It’s a Brown Ale infused with a Porter’s qualities, it’s light despite a dark appearance, and its complex flavors craft a simple character. If dark, intense flavors don’t move you, give yourself over to the sweet taste of coffee and chocolate, balanced with the nutty notes of roasted grain. It’s everything we love about fall…in liquid form.
Most of our beers may fall neatly into categorizations of Saint and Sinner…but some tend to defy expectations. Evildoer is one of those brews. With the first taste, you think you’re getting an ale that’s heavy on the hops. But when the surprising lightness and citrusy aromas hit you, you see that the Evildoer is a misunderstood soul – after all, even Saints can give in to the dark side now and then.
We know black habits as the garments of pious people…but they can have a sinister air about them. That’s the spirit of our German-style Schwarzbier – it has the look of a Sinner, but the heart of a Saint. While it’s light and pleasant on the palate, the roasted grains bring a rich and complex character into the mix. Black Habit is also sessionable, so you can easily indulge in as many rounds as you please.