Presented by Waco's Dancing Bear Pub and Ben E. Keith Beverages, Pints in the Park features a tasty line-up of hand-selected breweries.
Each brewery will provide offerings that will be available with your sampling card. Cold crafts will also be available for purchase..
$5 CANS ALL DAY LONG
Thanks to our Partners at Dancing Bear Pub and Ben E. Keith Waco, the following cold cans will be available for purchase at the Can Stand.
THE 2019 BEER LIST:
Owen’s Brett Beer (6%): The folks at (512) never disappoint with fresh beer made in small handcrafted batches. This special release utilizes “Brett” yeast. Such unique beers vary in color and can take on the hues of added fruits and other ingredients.
Lagered Amber (5.3%., 36 IBU): A German-style altbier that is fermented cooler than typical ales and cold conditioned like a lager. Get ready for a very smooth, yet pronounced, hop bitterness with a malty backbone and a characteristic German yeast character.
Wolfmilk (7%, 20 IBU): New England IPA juice bomb with cascade, simcoe, citra, centennial, sabro, and azzaca hops. This is an Austin Beerworks exclusive.
La Verdad (4.5%, 10 IBU): What do you get when you combine German and Mexican cultures? It’s not just a love of accordion solos. Using Uberpremium German pilsner malt and a touch of Muchopremium corn for character, this light Mexican-style lager is a celebration of our Texas Hill Country cultures. Light, sessionable and ready to party, it’s liquid Tejano in a very cool can.
Bare Arms BREWING
Apri-Bomb Hefe (5.5%): A seasonal favorite here in Waco, this hefeweizen is packed with an apricot blast.
Kolsch (4.6%, 19 IBU): Crisp and oh-so-drinkable, the Kolsch is a light and refreshing ale-lager hybrid that’s perfect for summer days.
Turbulence IPA (6.8%, 63 IBU): A maelstrom of five hops and a malty backbone combine for a well balanced and sweet IPA.
bishop cider co.
Main Squeeze Lemonade (6%, 0 IBU): Meet your new best friend. It’s refreshing, tangy, and sweet from all-natural lemon juice and cane sugar, and spiked with our hard cider to really squeeze the most out of life.
Act of Faith Tripel Radler (5.9%) - A Pints in the Park favorite from 2018, this local brew combines Brotherwell's Act of Faith Tripel with naturally sweetened lenonade from Waco's Luna Juice. Plus it’s named after a Cameron Park trail!
cigar city BREWING
Golden Ale (4.5%, 28 IBU): Built for the warmer months, the Golden Ale is brewed with American Willamette hops and pale wheat malt to create a low-alcohol ale that balances bread-like malt flavors with herbaceous hops and a vibrant carbonation.
Maduro (5.5%, 20 IBU)): A Northern English-style Brown Ale with some American affectations. Higher in alcohol than the common English Brown Ale, the beer features flaked oats in the malt bill which imparts a silky body and works to mesh its roasted, toasted and chocolate components together.
Community BEER CO.
Citra Slice (7%, 50 IBU): Welcome to a little slice of hop paradise. Community has taken premium Citra hops and expertly blended them with fresh lemon & orange peel. This results in an explosively delicious citrus-forward India Pale Ale bursting with tropical flavors and aromas.
Witbier (5.2%, 18 IBU): This award-wiining beer is a warm weather libation, produced locally for Texas. Brewed traditionally using unmalted wheat as our base and lightly spice the kettle with freshly ground sweet and bitter orange peel and coriander seed. The hops are minimal, keeping the focus on the wheat, spices and the unique character contributed by authentic Belgian yeast strains.
Fresh Squeeze (6.4%, 60 IBU): This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don’t worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer. A great outdoor companion.
Live Oak BREWING COMPANY
Berliner Weisse (3.2%, 6 IBU): Originating in 17th century Berlin, this unique Weissbier undergoes kettle-souring with Lactobacillus giving it a refreshing lemony tartness. Because of its dry effercescence Napolean dubbed it the “Champagne of the north”.
Pre-War Pilsner: (5%, 32 IBU): World War I loomed large in public consciousness even after the repeal of prohibition. Consequently, pre-prohibition pilsners were also known as “pre-war” pilsners. This 1912 recipe, mashed with 35% corn grits in a cereal decoction mash is a fine example of early American lager brewing.
Oasis texas brewing company
Sunset Cerveza (5.3%, 18 IBU): Clean, soft and brilliant orange in color, Sunset Cerveza is an all-seasons Mexican-style Vienna lager featuring notes of light bread, caramel and orange zest. Traditional noble hops give a champagne-like spice to the nose.
Honeybell Tangelo (4.3%, 10 IBU): Honeybell Tangelo is a kettle sour version of a Belgian White brewed with fresh, in-season Honeybell Oranges grown in Texas' Rio Grande Valley. A taste of Texas that's full of mandarin, grapefruit and tangerine flavors.
Oskar Blues BREWERY
Wild Raspberry and Lime (5%, 0 IBU): Light on calories and big on flavor. OG Brewery Oskar Blues is now crafting sparkling water with a twist.
Guns and Rose (6%, 38 IBU): An ale brewed with hibiscus and prickly pear - this one screams summertime.
Real Ale BREWING COMPANY
Fireman’s #4 Light (4.0%, 10 IBU): Real Ale has perfected the lighter side of craft, with a 110 calorie, easy-drinking, crisp, light bodied lager that delivers a clean, malt-driven finish.
Lime Gose (4.0%, 5 IBU): A historic style from Northern Germany, Gose is a slightly sour wheat beer known for hints of coriander and a unique saltiness. In our twist on the style, a lime puree is added to the fermenter. The result is a delightfully tart and refreshing beer to help you slug it out with even the hottest of Texas summers.
Swifty Pale Ale (5.2%, 40 IBU): Swifty is a refreshing revival of a classic American style – the American Pale Ale. With a light-medium body and bright citrus hops, Swifty APA delivers bold flavor, remarkable balance, and thirst-quenching crushability.
Wild Acre Brewery
Tarantula Hawk (6.5%, 75 IBU): An American style, Red IPA dry-hopped with an abundance of coveted Mosaic and Amarillo hops. The deep red color is derived from a blend of Two Row, Victory, Munich, and dark caramel malts. Tarantula Hawk possesses a striking grapefruit, pine, and tropical fruit aroma; and finishes with a firm and clean bitterness.
Love Live Day (4.8%, 25 IBU): Crisp, hoppy, exceptionally dry, and lower-in-alcohol rendition of an emerging sub-category within IPA. Livelong Day has champagne-like qualities within its mouthful and carbonation level, and possesses hop characteristics you would expect from an IPA. A delicious spring and summer treat.