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Hey! You’re probably here wondering just who the hell Juxta Nomad is. Well this probably won’t answer that for you but at least it’ll be long-winded, vague, and mildly confusing...So you know how when a band breaks up, someone always goes off and desperately starts a solo career? Well this is kind of like that except Juxta has exactly zero musical talent and would have been kicked out of a band on principle alone, but he’s pretty okay at brewing beer. Problem is, due to extenuating circumstances, he no longer has a brewery to flex his glistening creative muscles in. Recently unemployed and extremely bored, he hatched up this flawless plan to annoy the living sh*t out of his friends in the brewing industry until they finally let him play in their respective sandboxes. The mission? Explore, brew beer, stay broke, be happy.
When one door closes, knock down a thousand more.
JUXTA COLLABS AND ONE-OFFS
Ever revolving, always evolving. Check back for new beers!
Smoke Wheat Everyday
A plan nine years in the making, finally coming to fruition.
Juxta and Ton shared a brewhouse deck once again, for the first time since working together at Joseph James Brewing.
With a love for classic styles and smoked beers between two minds, this idea came together effortlessly. The goal? A rich, banana-forward Weizenbock with waves of beechwood and applewood smoke throughout. Think bananas foster cooked over an open campfire.
Coming soon to Bad Beat Brewing and many other fine bars and retailers!
Big Baby B's
The Baby's back! Only....Bigger.
Using the same monstrous barrel-aged base as GCT, we added an uncomfortably expensive amount of house-toasted coconut, cacao nibs, pecans, and a touch of vanilla.
The end result is a German Chocolate Cake stout that's so chewy and decadent, it can barely be considered a liquid. Don't skip dessert! This one won't last long.
Coming soon to a craft bar near you!
Fair warning: Juxta and Jamie The Giant from Scenic Brewing Co. may have been drinking when this plan was hatched, but we still liked the idea the next morning! We made a creamy, juicy milkshake IPA, blended it with a barrel-aged sour ale, then added toasted coconut, graham cracker, and macadamia nuts to the final product. Srsly you guys, you're gonna want like 11 growlers of this.
On tap now only at Scenic Brewing Co!
This lightly smoked amber ale was made in collaboration with the folks from Rick’s Rollin’ Smoke, with the help of our friends at Astronomy Aleworks. Easy drinking yet packed with layers of mellow smoke, caramel, and rich malt. This beer pairs perfectly with the world class BBQ found at Rollin’ Smoke.
A Maillard reaction in a glass!
On tap now only at Rick's Rollin' Smoke BBQ Downtown!
Rollin' Smoke Amber
Another hypetastic variation of 595's Pilau Talk, this time with Ube! For those unfamiliar with ube, it's a type of sweet potato used in a lot of Filipino desserts and pastries. Oh....and it's bright purple.
Sold out. Will be making another appearance soon!
365 Days of Beer
Clean, classic, cheers-worthy beer designed to be your new usual. Made exclusively for Pub 365,Tuscany Casino, day drinkers, night owls, and everyone in between....over 21 at least.
On tap now only at Pub 365 and Tuscany Casino bars!
Live dangerously, just don’t drive.
GRANDMA’S CANDY TRAY
Brutal Imperial stout aged in Bourbon Barrels with caramel added. Hits harder than Grandma when she catches you sneaking her hard candies.
Batch #2 currently on tap at Able Baker!
595 Craft and Kitchen's new year-round house beer! A SouthEast Asian influenced ale made with three types of rice, Pilsner malt, and Mandarina Bavaria hops for a light citrusy nose. Ask their knowledgeable bartenders for beer pairing ideas and keep an eye out for rotating variations!
An Astronomy Aleworks/Juxta production. On tap only at 595 Craft and Kitchen
No pressure or anything, but when Latino owned and operated SerVehZah Bottle Shop and Taproom asks you to make them a Mexican Lager, you try your hardest to make an authentic representation. Juxta and the güeros at Astronomy Aleworks got together and made this light, easy drinking patio pounder and were later told that we don't completely suck! Pairs absurdly well with their housemade Michelada mix!
Get it now at SerVehZah in the Arts District