A crisp, refreshing blonde ale perfect for our California climate. An addition of vanilla beans to the finished beer gives this relatively sweet ale a mild vanilla aroma and flavor reminiscent of cream soda.
Light body and mild malt presence allow Simcoe and Mosaic hops to shine through with huge citrus, tropical fruit and pine aromas. The low bitterness allows for maximum drinkability.
This German-style Pilsner uses Pilsner malt along with Magnum and Hallertau hops to create a light-flavored, crisp, hoppy lager. Light malt flavors and grainy aroma are complemented by spicy and lemon-like hop notes. The finish is medium-dry with a pleasant, moderate bitterness.
Our flagship IPA uses a variety of hops to create layers of hop flavor and aroma. Citrus and floral notes are upfront, and an assertive, yet not overpowering, bitterness balances the malt base. This is an easy-drinking IPA for hop heads everywhere!
Living in Japan, our brewmaster gained an appreciation for dry, light lagers. Light bodied and smooth, this lager has subtle hints of coconut and berries, and only 99 calories and 2.4g carbs.
This easy-drinking light lager has a nice mild character. Two-Row pale malt and the use of flaked oats and white wheat give the beer a clean, crisp character with a little sweetness, light body and smooth mouthfeel. Very low bitterness. Smooth and satisfying!
We scored some Waimea hops from New Zealand, Galaxy from Australia, and US Amarillo and combined them for a presence of citrus, pine and guava in the latest version in our Lateral series.
Inspired by Honky Tonk pioneers who soothed the soul with music, Buck provides the juiciness you need with Amarillo, Citra and Mosaic hops. Enjoy the show!
Our Fruit Tramp Kettle Sour Series continues with a citrus version. Blood oranges, grapefruit, lemons and limes add plenty of tartness in this refreshing kettle sour with a touch of salt. Let’s see where she goes next!
The spirit of Dust Bowl Brewing Co. was born decades ago thanks to one family’s unwavering passion for adventure and immeasurable dedication to one another. The tale begins back in the 1930s when the Tate family loaded their Model A and left Oklahoma for a journey that would prove fruitful for generations to come.