White Cloud Sour is a 4.0% ABV, light sour beer that was aged in French white oak for a year and blended with fresh kiwis. The fruit lends a pleasant kiwi aroma and provides and extremely balanced sour ale.
The Brewer’s Cabinet is SO excited to announce our very own brew festival! Mark your calendars! Stay tuned for ticket sale dates!
Strange Brew Festival!
This is a celebration of uniquely crafted brews from local breweries. Expect the unexpected! Most of the offerings from our local breweries will only be available at this festival. We’re talking about uncommon beer, in many cases specially crafted for this event. These brews will challenge your taste buds, your ideas of beers, and your sensibilities. Strange Brew will be complimented with live music from local bands and a tasty BBQ too. A truly different kind of brew festival for the beer geek in all of us!
Location: The Brewer’s Cabinet (back parking lot)
Date & Time: May 3rd, 3pm to 9pm.
Breweries Involved: The Brewer’s Cabinet, Great Basin, Silver Peak, Under the Rose, BJ’s, Brewing Lair, Brasserie, more to come!
Price of Admission: $30 Presale and $40 Day of the Event.
Get in for $20 when you attend the River Walk Association “Dine in the District” Event and bring proof of purchase.
For more info on this event, visit: https://www.eventbrite.
A medium bodied, dark straw colored brew, created in a traditional German style- Notes of Banana, Clove and Allspice, highly carbonated and extremely refreshing- No need to add fruit to this brew, as the yeast strain lends lots of amazing fruit aroma and flavor.
4.8%ABV in a 16oz glass for $5
Collaboration with Silverpeak Brewery & Reno Envy- Russian Imperial Stout that is pitch black in color, hints of chocolate and deep roast, with local sage honey & cascade hops.
9.0ABV- 14oz for $6.
Brewed as a traditional Irish red ale, creamy and served on nitro, we at the Brewer’s Cabinet have taken some creative freedom and hopped this beer with sorachi ace hops and hibiscus flowers. A sweet , creamy and aromatic drink that is remarkably sessionable at 7%.