Brazos Valley Brewing Co. announced its launch of of Brazos Valley Golden Ale and Silt Brown Ale, available year round on draft. Brazos Valley Brewing, founded last year, is a microbrewery located in historic downtown Brenham, Texas. Brothers Josh and Jeremy along with longtime friends Nelson, Todd and Richard create this five-man team of craft brewing enthusiasts. With its 20-barrel brewhouse and passion for brewing bold and tasteful beer, Brazos Valley Brewing aims to make a variety of high-quality craft beers for the people of Texas.
“Some folks like hops and others prefer malt. In 2014, we will cover all bases: in addition to our initial offerings, a stout, IPA and several flavorful seasonals are in the works,” said Richard Bonds, Sales Manager Brazos Valley Brewing. “Silt Brown Ale has become my everyday beer.”
Brazos Valley Golden Ale is crisp and refreshing with a Vienna malt flavor and a subtle hop character. This straw-colored ale has the perfect balance of Crystal hops and Vienna malt. At 22 IBUs and 5.3 percent ABV this is a sessionable offering that keeps you coming back for more. Paying homage to the Mighty Brazos River, Silt Brown Ale is the color of the river that runs the length of the Brazos Valley. A malty body mixed with a hint of chocolate, slight caramel notes and hop flavor as bold as the river it is named after. The Silt Brown Ale settles in at 28 IBUs and 6.2 percent ABV and retains its smoothness and drinkability.