Wood Fired Brie Toast

Wood Fired Brie Toast

There’s a symphony of flavors in the Wood-Fired Brie Toast at Red Rock Downtown Restaurant & Brew Pub! Pear, grapes, pistachios, and fried sage with a drizzle of balsamic reduction accompany soft, creamy brie over a rustic baguette. Pair with a bottle of Marvella Belgian-style tripel for the perfect opening act to a fabulous meal…
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Marvella

Marvella Belgian Style Tripel

Have you met Marvella? The alluring scent and elegant flavors of our Belgian Tripel feel like a loving caress of the senses. Like a first kiss, soft and lingering, each sip draws you in until you fall head over heels. If you’ve yet to unravel the mystery of Marvella, welcome to her secret garden where…
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Beer and Chocolate

Beer Loves Chocolate

Beer loves chocolate, and chocolate loves beer!  These two really do bring out the best in each other.   Beer has many flavors that play well with the tasting notes in chocolate. Hops, malt, and yeast, the main flavor contributors in beer, can express elements of fruit, flowers and herbs, spices, caramel, coffee, and more.…
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Adjuncts in Your Beer?

In the beer world, an adjunct is a source of sugar used in the brewing process that isn’t malted barley. This includes corn, rice, wheat, rye, oatmeal, honey, plain sugar, and a few others. Most of these have starches that need to be broken down into sugars before the yeast can make beer out of…
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North American Brewers Association

Gold, Gold & Silver!

It’s a team effort! So much goes into creating award winning beer. Yes, it takes amazing brewers, but we also depend on our packaging, distribution, sales team, managers, bartenders, servers, cooks, dishwashers, bussers, hosts, and YOU! To everyone who keeps Red Rock going every day, including our loyal customers. Thank you so much!   North…
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Jenny Smells Beer

The Joy of Drinking Beer

Part of the joy of drinking beer comes not only from the taste, but the aroma as well! Our sense of smell is the most powerful of our senses. Humans have around 1,000 different receptor types that can detect 10,000 different smells. Each aroma arouses a particular set of neurons, each with a specific intensity.…
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