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Autumn Peach Ale


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Autumn Peach Ale


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Autumn Peach Ale is our annual celebration of the arrival of fall. Clean and crisp with flavors and aromas of fresh peaches, honey and golden grains, Autumn Peach Ale is vibrant and refreshing – the perfect welcome to the cool nights and sunny days of autumn in Colorado.

APPEARANCE: Medium brown with ruby highlights

ABV: 5.8%

AVAILABILITY: Fall Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: White meats, poultry, roasted root vegetables, firm cheeses

 

 

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Pomegranate Blond


Pomegranate Blond


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Pomegranate Blond is a Belgian-style Blond ale fermented with ripe pomegranates. Its light rose color and crisp fruit flavors are clean, refreshing and flavorful. Pomegranate Blond is a summer seasonal that will bring your taste buds to life. 

 

 

APPEARANCE: Light rose  with a white head

ABV: 6.8%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Pomegranate Blond pairs well with a selection of salads, cheeses and poultry.

 

 

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Saison Nelson Mandela


Saison Nelson Mandela


Saison Nelson Mandela is our 2018 ProAm beer – brewed in collaboration with our friend Mark Pennick, a grand prize winning homebrewer. 

It’s a Belgian-style Saison that gets its hop aroma and flavor from a high percentage of Nelson Sauvin hops. Saison Nelson Mandela is spicy, complex and flavorful with a distinct Sauvignon Blanc character. 

Since this is the year that Nelson Mandela would have been 100 years old, we thought it only fitting to honor a great man with a great beer! 

 

 

APPEARANCE: Slightly hazy deep golden color with a white head

ABV: 7.4%

COLOR: Deep golden

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: The hop bitterness and flavor of Nelson Saison Mandela is perfectly suited to any type of spicy foods – including Indian, Mexican, Thai or Cajun. It also pairs great with poultry, fish, pork and creamy cheeses.

 
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Blondy Belgian-style Blond


Blondy Belgian-style Blond


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From its big, dense off-white head and burnished gold color to its bready malts, floral hops, peachy esters and lively Belgian yeast strain, Blondy is a classic Belgian Blond. It is medium-bodied with a crisp mouthfeel and a long, dry, complex finish.

Get friendly with Blondy this summer!

APPEARANCE: Deep gold with a thick white head

ABV: 6.6%

AVAILABILITY: Summer

FOOD PAIRINGS: Blondy is especially good with lighter dishes like fish, simply prepared poultry and shellfish (try it with mussels). It’s a perfect accompaniment to Gouda, Swiss and other semi-firm cheeses.

 

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Crossbones


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Crossbones
Belgian-style Rum Barrel Stout


Bruz Crossbones is a Belgian-style Stout that has been aged in rum barrels. Its roasty, grainy aroma and flavor profile, with distinct coffee and dark chocolate, is laced with rich tropical rum and oak notes. Undertones of dark fall fruits, raisins and dates complement the oaky and complex dry finish. 

ALC. 8.6 % BY VOL.

Available in 750 ml. corked bottles.
Extremely limited quantity (only 22 cases releasing).
 

 

Oude Valor


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Oude Valor is our flagship Valor specialty ale aged for a full year “on the lees.” Golden orange with a dense off-white head, Oude Valor’s perfumy aroma is dusty, earthy and citrusy.

 

On the palate, it is tart, earthy, leathery
and complex with exceptional balance and a long, lingering finish lacedwith fruit and marmalade. Not to be missed! 

 

 

APPEARANCE: Golden orange color – slightly hazy with a creamy white head

ABV: 8.8%

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: The light-bodied tartness of Oude Valor cuts through the richness of foods like roast turkey and duck. The same goes for cheeses like triple-crème brie and washed-rind cheeses like Epoisses.

 

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Hellraiser: belgian-style golden strong ale


Hellraiser: belgian-style golden strong ale


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Powerful and intense, Hellraiser lives up to its name. Deep golden with a white head, it gets its distinct character from pale ale and specialty malts, Belgian hops, coriander and orange peel. A high-gravity Belgian yeast rounds out its character.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep golden with a white head

ABV: 10.2%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Hellraiser pairs well with gouda or a creamy blue cheese, and most poultry and seafood. Try it with slow braised pork.

 

 

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Mail Ale


Mail Ale


"Honey, I'm going to check the mail." Here in Midtown, the best mail doesn't come from the Post Office. Bruz Mail Ale is a Belgian Brabant-Style Amber Ale that doesn't screw around...period. A hearty blend of six malts provides a grainy complexity-accentuated by earthy, spicy hops and a clean, distinctly Belgian yeast strain. The result is a rich, easy drinking reddish amber ale that will actually make you want to double-check the "mailbox."

 

APPEARANCE: Pale copper with a creamy off-white head

ABV: 7.5%

IBUs: 26

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Mail Ale's versatility lets it pair well with just about any meat, poultry or fish – especially when grilled. It goes equally well with pizza or pasta. Try it with a robust cheddar or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

 

 

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Millstone- Dark Wheat Session IPA


Millstone- Dark Wheat Session IPA


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Bruz Beers’ Millstone Dark Wheat Session IPA is a hoppy, session-strength beer with an IPA-like hoppiness, malty flavors and soft wheat texture.

High-alpha bittering hops, Amarillo flavor and aroma hops, and Simcoe dry hops give Millstone a pronounced bitterness, bold flavor, and fragrant aroma.
 

APPEARANCE: Hazy medium to dark color with white head

ABV: 4.8%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Millstone is especially good with lighter dishes like fish, simply prepared poultry and shellfish (try it with mussels). It’s a perfect accompaniment to Gouda, Swiss and other semi-firm cheeses.

 

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Summerfield Saison


Summerfield Saison


Summerfield is a Saison, or farmhouse ale, that was originally brewed on farms in the southern part of Belgium for farm workers during the harvest. Its bright golden color and slight haziness come from pilsner malt, toasted malt and a touch of wheat. Goldings hops add a crisp bitterness and an earthy flavor. Summerfield is a drinkable, refreshing and food-friendly beer that you won’t have to wait until harvest time for.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep orange-gold with a rocky white head

ABV: 6.6%

IBUs: 36

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Saisons like Summerfield are very food-friendly and go well with a wide selection of meats, poultry and seafood. Grilled and rustic foods are particularly good with this Saison. Goat Chevre, aged Gouda and farmers cheeses pair nicely as well, and it is the perfect pairing with robust and spicy dishes.

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Saison Nelson


Saison Nelson


Saison Nelson is a refreshing session-strength
farmhouse ale brewed with 100% Nelson Sauvin
hops brewed in collaboration with Country Malt Group.


Perfumy tropical fruit and Sauvignon Blanc
grape aromas set the stage for Nelson’s rich
flavor profile. The beer’s maltiness and unique
hop flavors come together to create a complex
and refreshing summer ale.

 

 


 

APPEARANCE: Slightly hazy deep golden color with a white head

ABV: 5.6%

COLOR: Deep golden

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: The hop bitterness and flavor of Nelson Saison is perfectly suited to any type of spicy foods – including Indian, Mexican, Thai or Cajun. It also pairs great with poultry, fish, pork and creamy cheeses.

 
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Colorado Blond


Colorado Blond


Bruz Beers’ Colorado Blond is a classic
Belgian style Blond Ale – crafted entirely from
Colorado ingredients.


Colorado Blond is made with the best Colorado
pilsner malt from Root Shoot Malting in
Loveland. Highwire Hops on the Western Slope
provides the hops. Pure Rocky Mountain water
and a Belgian yeast cultured in Denver round
out the ingredients.


Clean, crisp, strong and very easy going – this
Colorado Blond is a classic!

APPEARANCE: Pale golden color with white head

ABV: 7.2%

IBUs: 32

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Colorado Blond is especially good with lighter dishes like fish, simply prepared poultry and shellfish (try it with mussels). It’s a perfect accompaniment to Gouda, Swiss and other semi-firm cheeses.

 

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Liberator- belgian style Pale Ale


Liberator- belgian style Pale Ale


Belgian Pale Ales first came into their own during World War 2, when Belgian brewers adapted
traditional amber ales to be more like English ales. This was done to give the British soldiers who liberated Belgium a taste of home.

Liberator Pale Ale uses seven malts, earthy English hops and a lively Belgian yeast – for a smooth, malty, yeast-forward pale ale.

Liberator is very food-friendly or excellent on its own as a dry, crisp session beer.

Liberate yourself today!

APPEARANCE: Light amber, clear, off-white head

ABV: 5.2%

IBUs: 31

AVAILABILITY: Fall & Winter

FOOD PAIRINGS: Burgers, pizza, sandwiches, poultry, pork, English and Belgian cheeses

 

 

 

Saison Noir


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Saison Noir- Dark Saison with Fruits and Spices

Just in time for the holidays, Bruz Saison Noir is a tapestry of complex aromas, flavors and textures. A total of eight malts provide the rich background for the beer’s spices and fruits. Plums, figs, honey, three festive spices and fresh orange zest make this Saison a beer to remember.

Forget the fruitcake this year with a glass or two of Saison Noir! 

ALC. 7.2 % BY VOL.

ABV: 7.2%

AVAILABILITY: Winter Holiday Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Saison Noir pairs well with seafood (especially Mussels), brie and creamy cheeses and sorbet.

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Citron: Golden Specialty Ale


Citron: Golden Specialty Ale


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Bruz Citron is a Belgian-style Golden Ale that delivers rich malty flavors, a natural spiciness and delicate floral and herbal flavors from its noble hops.

Citron also exudes a lemony tartness through the addition of lactobacillus. Citron is crisp, dry and tart with complex layers of flavor. 

 

APPEARANCE: Golden with a slight haziness with a white head

ABV: 8.2%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Citron pairs well with a selection of cheeses, poultry and seafood. 

 

 

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Saturnalia


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Saturnalia is a Belgian-style Specialty Ale that
delivers malty aromas and flavors from its five
imported malts and brewing sugars.

Saturnalia is fermented with two Belgian yeasts,
which provide complex fruit and spice notes.

This rich orange-colored ale is spicy with a moderate
touch of citrus fruits that linger into the long complex
finish.

APPEARANCE: Medium orange-brown

ABV: 8.5%

IBUs: 30

AVAILABILITY: Fall & Winter

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, poultry, roasted vegetables, semisoft cheeses

 

Devil's Night Belgian-style Stout


Devil's Night Belgian-style Stout


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Black as midnight with a dense tan head, Devil’s Night Stout is a Belgian-style Stout that is rich and roasty.

Malty flavors with coffee and chocolate notes lead into caramel and spice flavors with a light touch of dark fruits and acidity.

Devil’s Night is rich, dry and loaded with complex flavors.

 

ABV: 7.7%

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Devil's Night Belgian-style Stout pairs well with
seafood (especially Mussels), brie and creamy cheeses and hearty stews.

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On All Fours- Cherry tart


On All Fours- Cherry tart


On All Fours Cherry Tart
Tart Quadrupel with Cherries

This strong Belgian-style ale offers up rich maltiness with caramel, lemon, cherry and raspberry notes. The light citrusy tartness provides a depth of flavor and a unique complexity. 

In the spirit of collaboration, we brewed this beer with our friends at Briar Common Brewery + Eatery in Denver, Colorado.

APPEARANCE: Deep mahogany brown with garnet highlights

ABV: 10.0%

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially blue) cheeses

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Medusa. Belgian Style Quadrupel


Medusa. Belgian Style Quadrupel


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In legend, Medusa had snakes for hair and would turn you to stone if you looked at her. Bruz Medusa is a deep amber Quadrupel Ale with a highly complex flavor profile.


Six malts, two brewing sugars and a Trappist yeast
create a malty full-bodied brew with notes of plums,
grapes, raisins, brown sugar and a hint of chocolate. Rich sweetness gives way to a long, dry finish with layers of fruit and subtle spice.


Let the cold winds blow! Sit back with a glass of
Medusa and don’t worry . . . It won’t turn you to stone!

APPEARANCE: Deep mahogany brown with ruby highlights

ABV: 10.0%

IBUs: 35

AVAILABILITY: Limited release – Fall

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially
blue) cheeses

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Blackberry Atlas


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Blackberry Atlas
Belgian-style Blackberry Quadrupel

Blackberry Atlas combines one of our most popular Quads with a subtle touch of blackberries. Dark, rich and malty with flavors of fruit, caramelized sugar and chocolate, Blackberry Atlas is smooth and very drinkable –despite its hefty alcohol. 
 

APPEARANCE: deep dark  color

ABV: 10.6%

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially blue) cheeses.

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Trubbel. belgian-style dubbel.


Trubbel. belgian-style dubbel.


Trubbel is a rich, malty, mahogany colored, monastery style ale that’s big on flavor and finesse. A complex malt bill - including pilsner, Munich, aromatic, caramel and Special B malts – is enhanced by the addition of Belgian dark candi syrup. Trubbel’s plum, raisin and cherry esters and its spicy phenolics create a complex and elegant flavor profile tempered by smooth alcohol and a dry finish.

APPEARANCE: Reddish mahogany color with garnet highlights

ABV: 8.0%

IBUs: 20

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Trubbel’s malty sweetness makes it a natural with just about any form of chocolate. Or, try it with a goat Chevre or a Belgian monastery cheese like Chimay. Also good with savory meats and stews.

 

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Hibiscus Belgian-style Saison


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Bruz Hibiscus Saison is a Best-of- Show winning beer designed by our friend Ed Moore. Dusty rose in color with a pale pink head, aromas and flavors of hibiscus flowers, and a soft creamy texture make this a very drinkable saison with layers of complexity.  Very limited quantities. Available in 8 oz. pours while it lasts.

APPEARANCE: Dusty rose with a pale pink head

ABV: 7.4%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Hibiscus Saison pairs wonderfully with creamy, bloomy-rind cheeses, spicy dishes, poultry and salad with vinaigrette.

 

Three Peaks Tripel


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Three Peaks is a traditional Belgian-style Tripel – strong, complex and golden.

Pilsner and Vienna malts, brewing sugar and European hops yield a clean, refreshing beer with notes of bready malt and spicy, fruity yeast.

Three Peaks is a full-strength Tripel that is deceivingly easy to drink.

APPEARANCE: Deep gold with a dense off-white head

ABV: 9.6%

IBUs: 30

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Three Peaks pairs wonderfully with cheeses like Spanish Manchego, French Epoisses and Roquefort, and English Stilton.

 

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Beet Saison


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Bruz Beet Saison is a unique beer – a farmhouse ale fermented with red beets grown in our own garden. Its enticing deep red color and pink head lure you in to its perfumy root vegetable aroma. Beet Saison’s spicy beet flavor is rich and complex and finishes quite dry. Available for a limited time only.

$6.00 per 8-ounce pour.

APPEARANCE: Dusty rose with a pale pink head

ABV: 8.5%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal- Limited release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Beet Saison pairs wonderfully with salads,  a range of vegetables, poultry and cured meats.

 

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Blackcurrant Quad


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A popular fruit addition in Belgium, blackcurrants add dark fruit aromas and flavors to an already rich and complex quadrupel. Caramel, dark sugar and malty sweet flavors dominate, with medium-low to medium-high hop bitterness. Relatively light body compared to it's high alcoholic strength. Not to be missed!

8-ounce pours - $7.00
 

APPEARANCE: deep dark brown in color

ABV: 11.8%

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially blue) cheeses.

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Stubborn Monkey


Stubborn Monkey


Bruz like them big – and beers don’t get much bigger than Stubborn Monkey Quadrupel. It’s a very intricate and flavorful quad with many notes of malt, fruit, spice and dark sugars. A long (stubborn) fermentation produced exceptional complexity and finesse.

8-ounce pours - $7.00
 

APPEARANCE: Brown color with deep copper highlights

ABV: 11.6%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially blue) cheeses

 

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Bruin. Belgian-style Brown


Bruin. Belgian-style Brown


Bruz Bruin is Belgian-style Brown Ale in the tradition of Abbey and secular breweries. It is a rich malty beer that uses five imported malts, noble hops and a Trappist yeast that adds fruit and spice notes. Clean, refreshing and flavorful, Bruin is a summer-fall seasonal that is destined to be a favorite.

APPEARANCE: Brown color with deep copper highlights

ABV: 6.4%

IBUs: 20

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Great with savory meats and stews, grilled beef and tomato salad with vinaigrette.

 

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Kilpacker- Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale


Kilpacker- Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale


Bruz Kilpacker Quadrupel is a big, dark, malty and
complex ale in the modern tradition.


Eight malts, dark brewing sugars and three different
yeasts create a big full-bodied brew with notes of raisins,
dates, a touch of chocolate and a subtle spiciness. Its
rich, dry finish lingers on the palate.


Treat yourself to the big flavors of a classic-style ale
brewed with a contemporary Belgian twist.

Kilpacker is a truly complex and unique beer.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep brown with ruby highlights

ABV: 9.3%

IBUs: 25

AVAILABILITY: Limited release – Spring/Summer

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially
blue) cheeses

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Brut La Grande – Belgian-style Bière Brut


Brut La Grande – Belgian-style Bière Brut


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As the name implies, the beer resembles a fine Champagne, although many critics consider Biere Brut to be “far more interesting.” Brut La Grande is a pale straw color with a dense moussey white head that leaves layers of “Belgian lace” on the glass. Its perfumy aroma yields notes of apricots, allspice, black pepper and a touch of lemon. Its complex flavor profile hints at apples, peaches, vanilla, ginger and exotic spices. Brut La Grande is light and airy with a silky mouthfeel, creamy pinpoint carbonation and a complex, spicy, bone-dry finish. Every sip is a celebration!

 

APPEARANCE: Pale with dense moussey head

ABV: 10.6%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Brut La Grande pairs well with seafood, especially shellfish and a variety of vegetables, cheeses and fruit. Enjoy it with Chèvre cheese and Belgian chocolate. 

 

 

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MacBruzer Belgian-style Scotch Ale


MacBruzer Belgian-style Scotch Ale


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In the Flemish areas of Belgium, Scotland and all things Scottish are very popular. So, not surprisingly, strong Belgian-style Scotch ales have gained a lot of traction.

MacBruzer is a Belgian-style Scotch ale with a deep reddish-brown color and creamy tan head. Its rich malty aroma leads you into big Golden Promise maltiness – backed up by notes of caramel, toffee, chocolate and dried fruit. It has a soft texture and full body with well-hidden alcohol.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep red and brown color 

ABV: 9.3%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Great with savory meats and stews, grilled beef and tomato salad with vinaigrette.

 

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Snow Queen- Belgian Style White IPA


Snow Queen- Belgian Style White IPA


Bruz Snow Queen White IPA is an extra-strength Witbier (White Beer) that is hopped like an IPA. The result – pure, clean summer refreshment.

Barley, wheat and oats with four hops, exotic spices and a touch of Colorado

Wildflower honey lend complexity and a range of flavors. Snow Queen is clean, bright and totally refreshing with a balanced bitterness and a long dry finish.

APPEARANCE: Pale light straw color – hazy with a fluffy white head

ABV: 6.9%

IBUs: 68

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: The delicate nature of Snow Queen makes it a natural with salads, creamy French Brie or goat cheese and fresh fruit.

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Jack of Clubs - Belgian-style Porter


Jack of Clubs - Belgian-style Porter


Bruz Jack of Clubs Porter is malty and complex with a broad range of tantalizing flavor notes.

Colorado pale ale malt, five imported specialty malts, dark brewing sugars and two Belgian ale yeasts result in a full-flavored brew.

Rich maltiness with aromas and flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, raisins, dates and a touch of burnt caramel make Jack of Clubs a complex yet easy-drinking beer. And its relatively low alcohol makes it easy to have more than one. 

APPEARANCE: Deep brown with ruby highlights

ABV: 4.2%

IBUs: 31

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release- Summer

FOOD PAIRING: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong flavored cheeses, grainy breads

 

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Pumpkin Spice: Belgian Style Ale


Pumpkin Spice: Belgian Style Ale


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Our spicy homage to fall and cooler weather, Pumpkin Spice Ale starts with a rich brown ale, layered with Saigon and Indonesian cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, mace, allspice and cloves. Like a fresh pie from Grandma’s kitchen, Pumpkin Spice Ale is a fall treat in a glass! 

 

APPEARANCE: Brown with a amber highlights

ABV: 6.4%

AVAILABILITY: Fall Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Pumpkin Spice pairs well with creamy cheeses, and most poultry and seafood. Try it with slow braised pork.

 

 

Jagged Twilight


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Jagged Twilight was inspired by Twilight Peak, the highest summit in the jagged West Needle mountains in Western Colorado.  Five malts, a generous portion of dark candi syrup and Trappist yeast create a malty full-bodied brew with notes of stone fruits, raisins, dates and a touch of chocolate. Rich sweetness gives way to a dry finish that lingers – inviting the next sip. Settle in by the fire with a goblet of Jagged Twilight, or enjoy it any time you want to feel on top of the world.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep amber with a rocky tan head

ABV: 11.6%

IBUs: 28

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Jagged Twilight goes well with hearty stews and braised dishes, full-flavored poultry dishes and flavorful cheeses like aged Gouda, sharp Cheddar and any of the Trappist monastery cheeses.

 

 

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Gouden Enkel- Trappist Style Single Ale


Gouden Enkel- Trappist Style Single Ale


Trappist Dubbels, Tripels and Quadrupels are world famous, but the humble Single Ale (Enkel) rarely gets the recognition it deserves.

 

Trappist Singles are the table beers that the monks drink every day. They are low-alcohol, can be light or dark and pair well with food.

Bruz Gouden Enkel is crisp, clean, golden and refreshing with an understated Belgian yeast character. Being single has its advantages!

 

APPEARANCE: Medium golden color, billowy white head

ABV: 4.7%

IBUs: 26

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

 

 

 

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Solange. Session-strength Blond Ale


Solange. Session-strength Blond Ale


Like a wisp of breeze on a summer day, Solange is a vision of golden sunlight. Sparkling and effervescent, Solange is lively and full-flavored, yet brewed with a lighter touch for unsurpassed drinkability.

Take her to lunch, let her liven up an outing and be sure to introduce her to your friends. Solange is all about big flavor in a golden session ale.

 

APPEARANCE: Medium gold with a dense white head.

ABV: 5.6%

IBUs: 40

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Solange pairs well with lighter chicken, seafood and vegetarian dishes. It is especially good with soft, creamy and washed-rind cheeses.

 

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Harveste Saison


Harveste Saison


Harveste Saison is a classic Belgian-style farmhouse ale. Deep gold and slightly hazy, it is bursting with aromas of pineapple, mango, orange and apricots. Soft malts blend with notes of tropical and citrus fruits to crate a complex flavor profile.

Harveste is effervescent with a crisp hop bitterness , a medium body and a hint of smooth alcohol warmth. Clean and refreshing, it invites you back for more.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep gold

ABV: 6.8%

IBUs: 43

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Poultry, fish, pork and creamy cheeses. Stands up to spicy dishes.

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Centennial- Belgian-style Hoppy Saison


Centennial- Belgian-style Hoppy Saison


Centennial Hoppy Saison is a Belgian-style farmhouse ale that is hopped like an American-
style IPA. 

Deep gold with a white head, it delivers aromas of tropical and stone fruits. Soft malts provide the backdrop for delicate floral, citrusy and piney hops - creating a complex flavor profile.

Centennial is sparkling with a crisp hop bitterness, malty and hoppy flavors and a delicate floral hop aroma. 

It is medium-bodied with a hint of smooth alcohol warmth. Clean, dry, bitter and refreshing, it will lure you back for seconds.

APPEARANCE: Medium gold and clear with a white head

ABV: 7.7%

IBUs: 52

AVAILABILITY: Fall & Winter

FOOD PAIRINGS: Poultry, fish, pork and creamy cheeses.

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Farmstead Belgian-style Dark Wheat IPA


Farmstead Belgian-style Dark Wheat IPA


Bruz Farmstead Wheat IPA is medium amber and a little hazy. It uses pale ale malt, dark wheat malt and honey malt to give the beer a soft mouthfeel and bready character. Farmstead gets its pleasant bitterness from Styrian Goldings and its hop flavor and aroma from American Centennial, Amarillo and Simcoe hops. A Trappist ale yeast adds dimensions of Belgian fruitiness and spice. Soft, hoppy and flavorful, Farmstead Wheat IPA is destined to be a classic!

APPEARANCE: Medium Amber with a creamy off-white head

ABV: 6.9%

IBUs: 68

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Farmstead's versatility lets it pair well with most poultry and fish – especially when grilled. It goes equally well with sweet and savory salads. Try it with goat or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

 

 

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Strawberry Wit


Strawberry Wit


Strawberry Wit
Belgian-style Witbier with Strawberries

Strawberry Wit welcomes spring with flavors and aromas of fresh
strawberries layered onto a classic Belgian-style white ale. Soft and bready malts, a touch of noble hops, subtle spices and a burst of strawberry fruit make this the perfect beer for the coming of spring. 

APPEARANCE: Pale straw color – hazy with a fluffy white head

ABV: 6.0%

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal Release

FOOD PAIRINGS: The delicate nature of Strawberry Wit makes it a natural with salads, creamy French Brie or goat cheese.

Golden Slumbers. Wheatwine.


Golden Slumbers. Wheatwine.


Think barleywine with a large proportion of wheat in the grain bill. Golden Slumbers is a strong brew made with pale, dark wheat, honey and caramel malts. It is generously hopped with 100% citrusy, floral Centennial hops. Smooth alcohol, a creamy mouthfeel and a long dry and bitter finish make this a beer to savor over and over again. A good beer to stock up on, as it never stays around for long.

 

APPEARANCE: Deep copper with a thick, creamy off-white head

ABV: 10.1%

IBUs: 76

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Try Golden Slumbers with hearty well-spiced dishes, pungent cheeses or all by itself.

 

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Atlas- Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale


Atlas- Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale


Bruz Atlas Quadrupel is a big, dark, malty and complex ale in the Trappist tradition.

Five malts, dark brewing sugars and Trappist ale yeast create a big full-bodied brew with notes of stone fruits, raisins, dates and a touch of chocolate. Rich sweetness gives way to a dry finish that lingers on the palate.

Sit back and enjoy the rich complexity and unmatched strength of Atlas - Belgium’s premier strong ale –Trappist-style Quadrupel.

APPEARANCE: Deep mahogany brown with garnet highlights

ABV: 11.4%

IBUs: 237

AVAILABILITY: Limited Release- Winter

FOOD PAIRINGS: Grilled and roasted meats, hearty soups and stews, strong-flavored (especially blue) cheeses

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Liberator- Pale Ale


Liberator- Pale Ale


Belgian Pale Ales first came into their own during World War 2, when Belgian brewers adapted
traditional amber ales to be more like English ales. This was done to give the British soldiers who liberated Belgium a taste of home.

Liberator Pale Ale uses seven malts, earthy English hops and a lively Belgian yeast – for a smooth, malty, yeast-forward pale ale.

Liberator is very food-friendly or excellent on its own as a dry, crisp session beer.

Liberate yourself today!

APPEARANCE: Light amber, clear, off-white head

ABV: 5.2%

IBUs: 31

AVAILABILITY: Fall & Winter

FOOD PAIRINGS: Burgers, pizza, sandwiches, poultry, pork, English and Belgian cheeses

 

 

 

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Mail Ale


Mail Ale


"Honey, I'm going to check the mail." Here in Midtown, the best mail doesn't come from the Post Office. Bruz Mail Ale is a Belgian Brabant-Style Amber Ale that doesn't screw around...period. A hearty blend of six malts provides a grainy complexity-accentuated by earthy, spicy hops and a clean, distinctly Belgian yeast strain. The result is a rich, easy drinking reddish amber ale that will actually make you want to double-check the "mailbox."

 

APPEARANCE: Pale copper with a creamy off-white head

ABV: 7.5%

IBUs: 26

AVAILABILITY: Year-round

FOOD PAIRINGS: Mail Ale's versatility lets it pair well with just about any meat, poultry or fish – especially when grilled. It goes equally well with pizza or pasta. Try it with a robust cheddar or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

 

 

Jolly Roger. Rum Barrel Stout.


Jolly Roger. Rum Barrel Stout.


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Jolly Roger is a hearty Belgian-style stout finished with rum barrel staves. Seven malts, dark candi syrup and Goldings hops make for complex aroma and flavor profiles that include notes of chocolate, coffee, caramel, toffee, dried fruit and caramelized sugar. The rum-infused oak adds yet another dimension of flavor and complexity. This one will shiver your timbers . . . Aarraghh!

 

APPEARANCE: Very dark brown, nearly opaque with a dark tan head

ABV: 8.0%

IBUs: 47

AVAILABILITY: Seasonal

FOOD PAIRINGS: Jolly Roger is great on its own or as an accompaniment for a rich dessert. Cheese pairings include creamy St. Andre, Stilton, Compte, or a goat Chevre.