Our Neapolitan pizza dough is made in-house, and topped with only the finest ingredients.
The signature style, made famous in Naples Italy. Its a must-try!
Try hand-picked gourmet combinations such as: Caldazona / Molto / Rustica / Salsicia / Pesto White and Home Pie!
We've utilized our finest ingredient choices to create some simply delicious salad options for you. Or...you tell us what you want on your salad. We're here for you!
We have an amazing Charcuterie Board, Garlic Breadsticks and a large pretzel, for those of you who want lighter-fare (or want to focus on the beer).
Here at the Parker County Brewing Company, the first Brewery in the County since 1879, we strive to deliver the finest in small batch, hand made, delicately crafted beer. You'll discover our balance of tried and true customer favorites, sprinkled with a nice selection of creatively designed seasonals. PCBC beers will flow Late Feb. 2018
American Stout (On Tap)
Details: Alc. 6.5% / IBUs 30; 16 oz serving. Creamy, Med-Body beer with coffee and chocolate notes. The finish has a nice sweetness to it, without the typical Irish Dryness. The aroma is rich, and the bitterness is mild.
IPA (On Tap)
Details: Alc. 8.5% / IBUs 60; 14 oz serving. A special style of pale ale that has high hop bitterness, medium to high hop flavor and aroma and a higher alcohol content. Originally brewed in England for the long trip to India. High hops were added for preservation. An IPA should have a medium body, medium maltiness with evident alcohol. It can have fruity or estery notes, yet the diacetyl should be low. Often paler than that of classic British Pale Ale, medium gold to light orange-copper.
Blonde (On Tap)
Details: Alc. 5.5% / IBUs 22; 16 oz serving. One of the most approachable styles, a golden or blonde ale is an easy-drinking beer that is visually appealing and has no particularly dominating malt or hop characteristics. PCBC Blonde has a light body with a smooth and simple finish. Our version of this American classic is very drinkable.
Hefeweizen (On Tap April 14)
Details: Alc. 4.5% // IBUs 25; 20 oz serving. This beer has a low to medium body and is brewed with up to 50% unmalted wheat, malted barley, and maybe oats. It is stronger and maltier than Berlin Weiss but not as acidic. Wit is tangy and sharply refreshing with hints of orange, honey, and even muscat. They typically have a full yellow-white color and sport very white heads. Coriander seed, Curacao orange peel, Hallertauer and/or Saaz may all be used. Low to medium bitterness.