A group of friends decided to put their love of beer on their sleeves and came together to create a brewery in Birmingham, Alabama. With some equipment help from Straight to Ale, Cahaba Brewing took their plans and were able to start brewing beer in 2012.
Cahaba Brewing Co.
Ella hops from Australia are being used this round, & have spicy, floral notes. (Description provided by company)
Pale ale hopped exclusively with the Mosaic hop. (Description provided by company)
Our drinkable Oka Uba IPA aged in bourbon barrels for a distinct hoppy bourbon experience. You'll enjoy subtle notes of bourbon and oak wit a crisp hop finish you expect from Oka Uba. (Description provided by company)
Combine the crisp hop character of Oka Uba IPA with the fragrant and spicy notes from the cedar and you've found IPA bliss. (Description provided by company)
Rose Mallow is a sessionable Farmhouse-style ale with hibiscus and lavender flowers. The deep rosy color and pinkish-white head of this brew will brighten your day. You’ll enjoy the delicate herbal tartness of the hibiscus and a slight hint of lavender in the aroma.
This White IPA is brewed with wheat, orange peel, and coriander that compliment the distinct fruity Belgian yeast. Add some big, beautiful citrusy American hop aromas that marry with the Belgian yeast esters to create a wonderful beer experience.
Cahaba Brewing and Red Bike Coffee Co. collaborated to bring you our Coffee Nut Brown ale. This small batch brew is a based on an English nut brown ale recipe with cold pressed coffee added to the secondary fermentation. The beautiful mahogany color is accented by a rich, creamy head.
Just like our regular Oka Uba, the Imperial version has a sweet, malty backbone followed by a strong American hops finish. This beer is generously dry hopped with two varieties of hops to give it an amazing hop forward profile. (Description provided by company)
An Extra Pale Ale hopped exclusively with the ethereal Centennial hops. This hop variety, described as a "Super Cascade," is hard to find and a treat for Birmingham’s craft beer lovers.