Lone Pint Brewery

Lone Pint
Lone Pint Brewery

507 Commerce St

Magnolia, TX 77355


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The Lone Pint Brewery is a grassroots insurrection with the true beer lover in mind. We are dedicated to creating distinctive local Texas ales that are tasty, hoppy, and quaffable. We use raw whole cone hops for bittering, flavoring, aroma, and dry hopping additions in all of our brews. However, an equally important ingredient is the renewable energy that powers our Brewery. The spent grain is fed to a local dairy farmer’s cows and the spent hops are composted.

Craft brewing is an American institution. Our brewhouse and tanks are from Nevada, our boiler from Pennsylvania, our kegging machine from California, our chiller from Oregon, and our mill from Canada (close enough, eh!). Point being, we kept the love at home, doing our part to insure that craft brewing will always remain an American institution.

667 Neighbor of the Beast; 6.6% ABV

Our American India  Pale Ale uses bountiful amounts of American two row malted barley and a sprinkle  of Maris Otter in combination with three bold whole cone American hops. The hops  are individually transitioned throughout the boil to highlight each hop’s  bittering and flavoring characteristics. Post-fermentation, 667 is dry hopped  with vast amounts of the same three hops. The beer is named after a phrase  someone scrawled into the wall of our favorite college watering hole: Zeno’s.

Tasting notes:  orange nectar with a frothy white head; light malt body; seriously chocked full  of hop flavor and aroma with notes of grapefruit, peach, & honey. A hop head’s  soused hallucination.

Yellow Rose; 6.8% ABV

A single malt –  single hop concoction using a caboodle (technical term for a large amount of  malt) of malt and a new hop released in 2012 called Mosaic (HBC  369). It is a daughter of Simcoe (YCR 14), one of our favorite hops. Whole cone  Mosaic is used for bittering, flavoring, and aroma in the kettle; it is also  massively dry hopped. The beer is named after a Texas Heroine.

Tasting notes:  chalk-white head with a very clean malt backbone. The hops impart strong  grapefruit, pineapple, and blueberry flavor and aroma. A strong beer that is  extremely quaffable.

Gentleman’s Relish; 6.2% ABV

Our Brown Ale gives  a nod to the Northern English Brown style. However, since defeating the English  in 1783, it is analogistic that the American version be stronger to reflect on  England’s vanquishment. Gentleman’s Relish uses Maris Otter malt as the base,  augmented with dark crystal and chocolate malts. Whole cone English hops are  used throughout the boil, imparting their characteristic smooth bitterness. The  beer is named after an Englishman’s favorite snack, an anchovy paste, typically  eaten on toast.

Tasting notes: dark  brown with a thick creamy head; chocolate-caramelly-nuttiness yields to a clean  hoppy finish. It makes one almost wish that the English were still here to share  a pint of this fine brew…almost.

The Jabberwocky; 8.2% ABV

Our Imperial India  Pale Ale uses Golden Promise malt and two very pungent whole cone American hops.  This brew is hopped so heavily that post-boil, after all of the wort has been  transferred to the fermenter, the hop mass at the bottom of the kettle is more  than one foot deep. Post-fermentation, Jabberwocky is dry hopped with colossal  amounts of the same two hops. The beer is named after a monster we all hold  dear.

Tasting notes: deep  golden with a head made of hop resin; light malt breadiness hidden beneath an  onslaught of pungent hoppy tropical-fruitiness. Shun the frumious Bandersnatch!  Shun it!

Tornado Shark; 7.6% ABV

Our American Strong  Ale uses American two row malted barley and the darkest caramelized malts  available. It is extravagantly hopped with four robust whole cone American hops;  81% of which are added to boil during the last fifteen minutes! The beer is  named after Heather’s two biggest fears in life (besides light beer and alien  abduction).

Tasting notes: dark  amber with a sticky-toffee colored head; malty sweetness with hints of dried  fruit and burnt sugar; nicely balanced with aggressive hop flavor. This brew is  so good it inspired a movie.

Lily & Seamus; 6% ABV

Our American Wheat  is a marriage of American two row malted barley, American malted white wheat,  and a touch of light caramel malts. Three different whole cone American hops are  used with restraint. Whilst brewing, we continually repeat “this is our delicate  summer beer” lest we throw an entire bale of hops into the boil. Once a year we  perform a secondary fermentation with Kumquats from the Selby Kumquat Orchard in  Alvin. This beer is named after hopes and dreams.

Tasting notes:  yellow-orange with a fluffy white head; smooth & crisp with a delicious floral  hoppiness and silky mouthfeel. A wheat beer that tastes like summer…sans the skeeters.