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Our brewery in Round Rock, Texas

Head Brewer Justin Rizza has a passion for brewing great beer. Justin’s brewing experience began in 1999 when Breckenridge Brewery hired him to clean kegs, tanks and fill orders. While living in Denver, Justin also worked for Great Divide Brewing Co. before moving to Seattle where he worked for six years at Hale’s Ales. Justin spent a short time brewing at Nimbus Brewery in Tucson, AZ before moving to Italy with his wife, Carrie. He brewed at Birra Amiata in Arcidosso, Tuscany where he introduced six beers that they still brew today. Prior to joining the Flix Brewhouse team, Justin was Head Brewer at Austin based, Independence Brewing Company.


Saison De Walt


A complex Belgian farmhouse ale brewed in honor of a lost beer legend, Walt Powell. 6% ABV.



A dark red ale that blends a mildly roasty flavor with punchy American hops and a characteristic Belgian yeast. A beer that orbits mysteriously around the world of existing beer styles. 6.2% ABV.

Lupulus IPA


An amber colored American IPA with the perfect balance between malt and the citrus and floral notes of American hops. 7% ABV. 

Luna Rosa Wit

Our Luna Rosa Wit is subtly spiced with coriander and rather than the orange peels traditionally added to Wits, we’ve added a puree of blood oranges, giving this unique beer a pink hue and refreshing citrus character. 5% ABV.

Golden Ale


A light golden ale that starts lightly sweet and has a crisp and dry finish. Medium bodied, so it is satisfying for any palate and is extremely easy to drink. 4.8% ABV.



A dark amber ale that focuses on the rich, nutty flavors of the malted barley it is made from. Malty and lightly sweet with a smooth, clean finish. 5.4% ABV.

Beer Of The Dead

Our most popular seasonal beer brewed with English and German malts then, American Nugget hops are added to create a balance that leans more on the sweeter, malty side. Mexican chocolate and orange peels are added giving this strong ale a deep, warming character. 8% ABV.

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The next style for our pro-am homebrew competition is...Mild!

Flix Brewhouse and the Austin ZEALOTS present the Flix Brewhouse Pro-Am, part of the  Keep Austin Beered Pro-Am Series.  Brew a beer in BJCP category 11A and if you win, you and Flix Head Brewer  Justin Rizza will brew your recipe and enter it into the 9th Annual GABF Pro-Am in 2014. 

All homebrewing entrants must be members of the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) at the time the original homebrew entry is submitted for competition as well as when the Pro-Am entry is judged (late September, 2014).  AHA membership of the winning homebrewer will be verified by the AHA.  You can never have been an employee on the brewing staff of any brewery, and you can never have been an employee of Flix in any capacity (GABF rule).    You must write your AHA number on your recipe form and bottle labels or it will be disqualified.

Bring your 2 bottles  (11 to 16 ounce bottles) to Austin Homebrew Supply between June 7-15.(9129 Metric, Austin, TX, 78758).  Entry fee $5.  Please pay by cash in an envelope secured to your entries.  To pay via Paypal, contact dewbrewer3@gmail.com.

Brew a beer in Cat. 11A of the BJCP guidelines: (http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/catdex.php)

http://www.greatamericanbeerfestival.com/the-competition/beer-styles/     Details also below.

Print and fill out the recipe form here:   http://www.bjcp.org/docs/BJCP_EntryRecipe.pdf               Include the form with your entries.   Flix will make all efforts to convert the recipe to a production level.  Flix reserves the right to make reasonable substitutions.  Flix will make a reasonable attempt to schedule the brew session when the winner can participate.

The judges will select the best representation and the winner will be informed by email or phone.  The judges’ decision is final.  The beer will be brewed at Flix and every attempt will be made to enter it in the GABF Pro-Am competition (there is a limit on the number of entries).   The 2014 GABF will be held in Denver from October 2-4.  More details from the Brewers’ Assn: http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/pages/competitions/great-american-beer-festival-pro-am

More  Details:

The winner of this contest must sign a licensing agreement, which limits and protects the way the GABF trademark is used, prior to the submission of entries to the GABF.   GABF Pro-Am entries submitted by breweries will compete in a best-of-show style judging, during the regular GABF judging. The GABF Style Guidelines and GABF judge panel will be used for the judging.   Judges will determine the top three entries in the GABF Pro-Am Competition, which will be awarded Gold, Silver, and Bronze GABF Pro-Am Competition medals during the GABF awards ceremony. Medals will be issued to both the winning brewery and the winning homebrewer.  You can be disqualified at any point for not following all of the rules. Questions?  Contact Dan at dewbrewer3@gmail.com.



1.  Be sure you are a member of the AHA from June to October.   http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/

2.  Brew one beer in Category 11Athat exemplifies a Mild (remember, you can never have been an employee on the brewing staff of any brewery, and you can never have been an employee of Flix in any capacity).

3.  Fill out the bottle labels & the recipe form.  You must include the BJCP recipe form and your AHA member #.

4.  Bring 2 bottles (commercial labels removed; lettering on caps marked out; bottle labels attached with rubber bands) to the Austin ZEALOTS meeting in June or take or mail to Austin Homebrew Supply between June 7-15.     

5.  Pay entry fee of $5.  You can only enter one beer per AHA membership.  Paypal arrangements can be made.


Thanks & keep brewing!

Justin Rizza