All of our tasty beverages are again available on draft. Tasting glasses or full, adult sized, glasses. So join us for a beer……Here is what’s on tap….
The Girls (available year-round)
Full bodied and goes down easy. Our lightest offering is clean, crisp, and extremely drinkable. The slightly sweet malt character and delicate hopping rate creates a one-of-a-kind blonde ale that is a favorite among CCB patrons.
Our Topless Red is low in alcohol, but loaded with flavor. The use of traditional English ingredients lends a biscuit-like malt profile and slightly fruity yeast character that are the signature flavors of this quaffable session ale.
The third beer in our Topless series, this medium bodied English style ale has a bready malt character which is accented with notes of chocolate and coffee and finishes with a pleasant nuttiness. Preferably consumed in large quantities, this beer will leave you asking, “Who-castle?”
The Prohibition Series (available year-round)
The Golden Glow is our take on a classic American style Pale Ale and is loaded with notes of tangerines and grapefruits that carry through from the aroma to the final sip. Not overly bitter, but packed with hop flavor, this beer is a perfect thirst quencher on a hot summer day.
An English seasonal variant of sweet stout, the liberal use of flaked oats adds a silky creaminess to the mouthfeel. To further enhance this effect our Stenner Creek Stout is often served on Nitrogen. Packed with notes of caramel, chocolate, and coffee this full-bodied beer is luscious, balanced, and extremely drinkable.
Catch 23 (Dark Rye IPA) 7.5% ABV, 77 IBU
We’ve all heard the question, “Do you prefer malt or hops?” Well, here at CCB we say have your cake and eat it too! Our Catch 23 is an excessively hopped ale brewed with Rye and Roasted malts. The use of rye gives this beer a luscious pillowy mouthfeel to support the aggressive citrusy, piney hop profile. Rounding out the beer, the use of roasted malts gives Catch 23 its dark color and adds a significant complexity to the malt character.
Did someone say there is a hop shortage? This beer might be to blame! Lucky Day has a firm upfront bitterness, a soft mid-palate, and a resinous lingering bitterness that is sure to appease any hop lover. This beer is loaded with tropical fruit, citrusy and pungent hop flavor and then heavily dry-hopped to achieve its intoxicating aroma.
Using our blond ale recipe as the canvas for this one of a kind brew, we add chai spices during the fermentation process to allow the flavors of the beer and chai to meld seamlessly. The result is a truly unique combination of flavors; sweet malt, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove dance on the palate before ending with a tingling dry finish. Accept no imitations. This is SLO County’s original Chai Ale.
The Heritage Series (seasonal availability)
The famous yeast used to produce German Hefeweizen gives El Hefe its classic banana and clove flavors. We then turned German brewing tradition on its head, drawing inspiration from Belgium, and added orange peel and orange blossom honey to layer in a delicate sweetness and refreshing citrus character to the beer.
If IBUs are what you crave, then Terrace Hill may be your new favorite Double IPA. It is named after a San Luis Obispo landmark that hosts the infamous SLO Little 500 bike race. This beer has a hazy golden color with a white head. A piney hoppy flavor balanced by sweet malt and a grapefruit finish. Pair this with your favorite big flavor foods.
A limited release version of our Stenner Creek Stout, that has been aged for several months in Kentucky bourbon barrels. Once the beer was drawn from the barrel it began to take on a rich, dessert-like character with highlights of vanilla, coconut, and milk-chocolate. This beer is very limited!
Thick, sweet, and viscous – this is a beer that truly pushes the limits. Notes of toffee, caramel and sweet malt dominate the character of this old-world Scottish style beer. This full-bodied brew gets some of its deep copper/brown color and sweet toffee flavors from kettle caramelization due to an extended boil. Ask your server about the individually numbered limited bottle release of this beer.
Brewed to commemorate Atascadero’s Centennial Celebration, this low-gravity Pale Ale uses 100% Centennial hops for bittering, flavor and aroma. The delicate floral, woody flavors are backed up by a large portion of flaked and malted white wheat. Crystal malt rounds out the flavor adding a hint of caramel. Pairs well with spicy food and anything barbecued.