If one of these beers listed is no longer on tap in our Taproom, do not be angry at the bartender. Instead, be happy that the beer was loved and enjoyed until the end.

This list is subject to change and was last updated on Wednesday, 1/16/19.


The most notorious of Cahaba’s brews, this drinkable beer has an IBU of just 23. Our American Blonde Ale is brewed with an unmistakable blend of European malts and hops, resulting in a clean finish. Blonde is light-bodied with just enough malt and hop to keep your interest. This beer pairs well with warm Alabama summer days and has become a local favorite for the pool, beach, or a lazy afternoon floating down the Cahaba River. IBU 23 ABV 5.25%


Our White IPA straddles the line between a Belgian Wit and an IPA. With this beer, you will find a dry hopped American IPA with subtle notes of orange peel and coriander. This perfectly balanced hybrid is fermented with a Belgian Ale yeast. The White IPA picks up those refreshing Belgian wheat characteristics while still being pleasantly hop-forward. It’s available year round and is perfect in any weather. IBU 58 ABV 6.1%


An American IPA in the truest sense. The straightforward Oka Uba is loaded up with classic hops at the end of the boil and then dry hopped for an earthy and slightly citrusy flavor and aroma. This gorgeous IPA illuminates an orange and red hue in the light. It is a staple of both our community and our Taproom. The name is derived from the indigenous word for the Cahaba river and can be translated to “the Water Above”. IBU 65 ABV 7%


Don’t let the low gravity fool you! Our American Pale Ale is as surprisingly full-bodied and flavorful as a “small” beer can be. With plenty of malt character and a great mouth feel, don’t be surprised at the good head retention in your pint glass. A bready finish follows the refreshingly subtle hop character and floral aroma for a perfectly balanced session beer. Drink it down and admire the lacing when it’s done. IBU 35 ABV 4.1%


This take on a classic dry Irish Stout is available in cans every Winter, but you will find this on draft throughout the year. It is full of the roasted barley, malt character, and smoothness expected from the style, but with a subtle fruitiness reminiscent of the Irish yeast used. This beer pours with a satisfyingly dark color and surprisingly light body. The Irish Stout is roasty on the front with a chocolatey finish. IBU 35 ABV 4.3%

Named after a genus of Sweetgum tree commonly found along our Cahaba river, Liquidambar is as well-balanced as they come. This American Amber has that quintessential hop-backbone for a slight bitterness that fades in after the beautiful, crisp maltiness. Deep red and easy to drink, Liquidambar is a long-time favorite around town and in our Taproom. IBU 51 ABV 5.25%


This beer varies in flavor from barrel to barrel. You will always find an IPA that has parted ways with it’s signature in-your-face bitterness to welcome flavors more traditional of Oak Aged refreshments. You may fine a hint of oak or a pinch of bourbon on the nose and on your palate. Try a pour of the Oak Aged IPA every so often and compare it to your previous and fond memories. ABV 9.5%

The Pilot Batch system only creates small quantities of beer. The following beers are likely to go quickly!

The Pilot Batch system only creates small quantities of beer. The following beers are likely to go quickly!


Named after our fondness of baseball, America’s oldest past-time, this Designated Bitter is a traditional English Best Bitter. While the name is deceiving, this smooth style is anything but bitter. The slight caramel and toffee notes from the grain merry handsomely with the slight earthy notes of the hops. Medium bodied and a little nutty, the Designated Bitter really hits it out of the park. IBU 28 ABV 5%


Don’t let this dark beer scare you! Our Milk Stout is slightly creamy with a lingering roast flavor. The sweetness and chocolate notes are perfectly complimented with a faint bitterness at the end. Lactose was used in the brew process, so those with Lactose intolerance should refrain from enjoying this sweet-sipping beer. IBU 33 ABV 5.6%


This rustic Brown is a simple, medium-to-full bodied ale brewed with a variety of malts and only a single hop. With toasty bread flavors up front, and a dry oak-like finish to follow, this Brown Ale is the perfect pint to cheers the New Year and cold weather. IBU 22 ABV 6%


This berliner weisse has a hint of pink guava and a punch of passion fruit. With a beautiful pale orange color, this sour beer is moderately tart without being over the top. The predominant flavor and aroma comes from the sweet passion fruit, with an almost non-existent hop bitterness and conservative alcohol content. Come get a pint before it’s gone! IBU 3 ABV 4.1% pH 3.3



The Speed Freak IPA is the first confirmed member of the notorious Killer IPA craft beer series. The series is expected to have four to six additional members who have yet to be identified. Authorities have describe the pint-sized vagrants as “delicious and dangerously drinkable.” They have also advised the community to approach with great caution if you find one of the Killer IPAs within your vicinity. New reports have confirmed that Cahaba Brewing CSIPA Department agents are diligently brewing in an effort to hunt down the series of hopetrators, and have asked craft beer consumers to aid them in their search. IBU 60 ABV 6%

If you are coming to a Private event, there will be a predetermined selection of the above beers.