The featured beer is one of their year-round favorites, the Rodeo Clown Double IPA. It's available throughout the Houston area in 4-packs of cans, so next time you're in Spec's or even the grocery stores over there, you'll be able to find some. As stated it's a Double IPA in style, coming in at 9.5% alcohol and 85 IBU.
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Jay Ducote (Bite And Booze), James Lawson (Whiskeybomb.com), and Charles (BigMouthPodcast.com).
Serving: 12 oz. red & blue can.
Appearance: Caramel, a little on the dark side for the style.
Aroma: Rich, hoppy but not overbearing, Jay picked out some molasses as well.
Taste: I thought the taste was a little muted on the hops compared to the aroma, but still very nice. Jay agreed as far as the hops go, but we both gave high scores for a well balanced taste.
Mouthfeel: Creamy, no bad aftertaste.
Overall: Karbach impressed us all with this DIPA, giving us a very well balanced and tasty brew. James, who isn't an IPA fan, thought it was a "tastier beer than it is hoppy" and I wrote that it was an excellent local-ish Double IPA.
Overall Rating: 76.75