Bear King is all about Camaraderie. It’s about spending quality time with quality people enjoying quality beer. It’s about telling tales of adventures past, present and future. Just like our beers, those stories are based on heartfelt thought with a touch of imagination.
The legend of the Swan Pig began on a sun-soaked lakeside, where beauty and beast collided to create Swiggy. Swiggy relishes attention and the few who spot her are rewarded with good luck and fair fortunes.
This easy-drinker is a great introduction into the craft brewing world, with light hop and malt characteristics. The balanced and clean profile makes this one a no-brainer.
INDIA PALE ALE
A fair-haired blonde wanders in search of something refreshing, but her taste is particular. The nearby waterfall is too bubbly, the enchanted lake is too warm. Hmm, finally, this is just right.
This is an easy drinking American Grapefruit IPA. The aroma and flavor of this beer favors hop contributions over the malt contributions. With a lighter perceived bitterness, this IPA is a great beer to enjoy anytime.
Webster wasn’t shy of betting or jumping. When his neighbors bet a party in his honor he couldn’t jump to a passing ship from shore, he leapt at it. The ship kept going and so did the party.
This single-hop (Citra), slightly creamy American Pale Ale favors the hop contributions with strong grapefruit, lime, and bright orange characteristics.
A bird promised a pecan tree she’d never leave, but a coming ice storm scared her away. Heartbroken, the tree was about to bud when she came back to warn him. The storm passed and she kept her word.
This beer is stylistically an American Porter brewed with pecans roasted in Bear King’s own kitchen. The pecans contribute a roasty, almost smoky, character to this tasty Porter.
Few dare cross the Monkey Bridge. Maybe it’s because a circus train full of mischievous monkeys overturned there. Or maybe it’s because they still live in the forest nearby, playing tricks on passersby.
This style has a distinct banana character with hints of clove. The dry finish, full mouthfeel, and high carbonation makes this beer another one of our very easy drinkers.
BLACK RYE IPA
If you’ve ever had an idea that “just came to you,” he was there. He’s always talking about his brilliant ideas to any who will listen, but what happens if you don’t give credit where credit’s due?
The rye used in this ale adds the distinct rye flavor, slight spiciness and drying character with notes of roasty, chocolate and coffee flavors.
AMERICAN STRONG ALE
Years ago, an old soothsayer cursed the town of Bull, TX for their lies. Soon a stampede of cattle with a dust storm in tow wiped the town off the map. Today, when met with an obvious lie, your gut response is the name of that little town.
The malt character in this ale is largely caramel and toffee forward with hints of nut and raisin. The hops lend components of citrus, pine, and pleasant earthy herbal characters.
NEW ENGLAND IPA
The fog rolls in on the blood moon and rolls out just as quickly. If you’re lucky, when you stare into its void you might see everything you’ve ever wanted. If you’re not, you might never see again.
The late and dry hopping methods give this approachable IPA a huge tropical fruit and citrus flavor and aroma. The "soft" bitterness from this brew sets itself apart from the classic West Coast IPAs.
There once was a girl named Heidi,
with the beauty of fair Aphrodite.
She grew raspberries wild
Said “I do” with a smile,
then fled with a dowry quite tidy.
This is a fruit ale with a malty rich and sweet caramel baseline balanced with fruity and citrus notes in the background.
MAPLE AMBER ALE
Without the goddess, the squirrels would not have survived the winter. Taking pity on them, she filled the maple trees of the forest with Amberosia. Food of the Gods. Sweet and plentiful, the syrup was a godsend. Until it wasn’t…
This easy drinking Amber brings rich notes of caramel sweetness with a light hint of nuttiness. With 5 gallons of Maple Syrup added during fermentation, the mild dryness at the end keeps you coming back to wet your whistle.
DOUBLE INDIA PALE ALE
Jimmy was a good fella and a good guy. Everybody liked him, but he was always sad to just be Jimmy. ‘Till one day Pretty Paulie says, “Why you always starin’ at your shoes? Yous got two of em, just like the rest of us.”
This heavy hitter goes down easy with sweet malty and caramel notes. The citrus, honeysuckle, and grapefruit from the hops are complimented nicely by the mild earthy and pine undertones
Dead Wreckoning - Imperial Oatmeal Porter
This Imperial Oatmeal Porter has a malty richness and sweetness derived from the addition of flaked oats, which also gives this dark beer a full mouthfeel. The beer is malt forward with a subtle citrus hop character in the background.
All Together - West Coast IPA
A West Coast IPA brewed in collaboration with Double Horn Brewing. 100% of profits will go to the Highland Lakes Crisis Network to help the hospitality professionals affected by COVID-19.
Pitfall - Peach Milkshake IPA
If you could live forever would you? They say there’s a mystical well that holds the power of everlasting life for those who drink from it. There’s a hidden danger lurking in this decision, though. Those who are granted immunity are blinded for all eternity, never able to find their way back to the mysterious well
This beer has an American IPA as its backbone with the addition of lactose and peach. The lactose is an unfermentable milk sugar (added to the boil), which gives this beer a sweeter characteristic and a bigger mouthfeel. The peach is added during fermentation to give this tasty brew a big peachy character.
Milkyway - Chocolate Marshmallow Milk Stout
Official beer of the 30th Annual Walkway of Lights. Proceeds benefit the Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce.
This stout has a balance of dark, roasty maltness, chocolate (added cocoa nibs) and sweetness contributed from the lactose. The marshmallow is a subtle characteristic and provides a smooth/sweet finish.
Dead Wreckoning - Barrel-Aged Imperial Oatmeal Porter
Aged for 6 months in garrison Brothers oak bourbon barrels, this one will definitely make you wonder how to navigate back for more.
Bootprint - Barrel-Aged Barleywine
Legend has it that a mysterious being left boot prints after multiple attempts at pouring a smooth surface during renovations to Marble Falls shops in 2003. The prints make a path straight into a wall of what is now Edie Irons Gallery at Old Oak Square on Main Street Marble Falls. Those who have worked in the old building, now GG Ganache, blame a spirit named ‘Stretch’ for odd happenings inside.
Bear Bones – Blackberry Violet Lavender Hard Seltzer
Pablo Bunyan – Mexican Lager
Lady May – Hazy Pineapple IPA