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Karbach Brewing Co. Cherries of Fire 2013


The song has a bit of an EPCOT Center vibe, doesn’t it? Chariots Cherries of Fire is Karbach Brewing Co.’s F.U.N. Series #006. We’re back on track with the numbering after the late release of Roll in the Hay. This one is Karbach’s Hellfighter put into bourbon barrels with cherries added. This release makes half… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Roll in the Hay


Just released from Karbach Brewing Co. is Roll in the Hay! Karbach took their delicious Barn Burner Saison (I first tried it at Houston Beer Fest 2012) and aged it in chardonnay barrels (something our new sister site might be more familiar with) for about 6 months. Ardent followers of Karbach may have noticed that Roll in the… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Bourbon Barrel Hellfighter 2012


Karbach has really been on a roll with its barrel aged beers. F.U.N. Series #003 is Hellfighter, an Imperial porter aged in bourbon barrels for at least five months. A 10.8% ABV limited edition brew, this bottle can cause a little bit of confusion because Hellfighter is also the name of Karbach’s regular Imperial porter…. → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Fra-Gee-Lay 2012


Karbach is back with F.U.N. Series #002 with a bourbon barrel aged version of Yule Shoot Your Eye Out. Thus, the references to A Christmas Story continue. I couldn’t find a good copy of this scene on YouTube, so we’ll just have to do with this awkward rendition. Ralphie has more to say on the… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Yule Shoot Your Eye Out


Now that it’s after Thanksgiving, it’s really the Christmas season! Our tree is already up. But that’s not the only reason for this post; on with the beer! Named after one of the famous lines in the movie A Christmas Story, Yule Shoot Your Eye Out is Karbach Brewing Co.’s Christmas brew. A Christmas Story, however, is… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Bodacious 2012


Karbach has been coming out with one special edition beer after another recently; Bodacious is their most limited release. Labeled as the first in their F.U.N. series, they took Rodeo Clown double IPA and aged it in merlot barrels for several months. Sexy and smooth with legs for days, Bodacious is sure to arouse curiosity…. → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Krunkin Pumpkin


To all the breweries releasing their Christmas/holiday beers now: Why don’t we have time? Because we’re too busy enjoying the fall beers! Karbach Brewing Co., one of Houston’s newer breweries, recently released a pumpkin beer for its fall seasonal. Pumpkin beers are one of my favorite styles (Jenn would agree, while Jason would disagree, and… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Rodeo Clown Double IPA


American Craft Beer Week celebrates the small brewery. One of the newest breweries in the Houston area is Karbach Brewing Co. The owners, Chuck Robertson and Ken Goodman, sold their beer distribution business in order to start Karbach. The brewery is housed in the old beer distribution warehouse on Karbach Street in Houston, and they… → Read More


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