We have a simple philosophy, lighter beers are nothing to be afraid of! In fact they deserve the same loving craft treatment that IPAs get. To that end we are dedicating ourselves to creating lower IBU, lower ABV, beers that are super easy to drink, but have character. However we don’t drink shame, we have an extensive list of guest taps, that will always feature the best that New Mexico has to offer.
Blue Corn Cream Ale – 4.2% ABV, 9 IBU
Made with local organic blue corn, this hazy cream ale is light, crisp, with a faint earthy sweetness, and just a hint of fresh roasted corn on the nose. Great year round; pairing especially well with spicy foods. Come through and try our flagship beer that embraces a flavor that is uniquely New Mexican. (no dairy)
Dark Lager – 4.5% ABV, 12 IBU
Created in homage to Mexican dark lagers this beer is as crisp as it is dark. Featuring a prominent backbone of roasted malt with hints of bitter chocolate our dark lager has a light body and mouthfeel perfectly suiting it to just about any scenario. Whether consumed with salt, lime, turned in to a chelada (with bloody mary mix added) or just enjoyed straight this is certainly a versatile dark beer just waiting to be enjoyed by guests from any part of the globe.
Light Lager – 4.4% ABV, 7 IBU
For too many years macro breweries have sullied the good name of American light beer. We have taken it upon ourselves to bring it back. Crisp, light, and refreshing this lager hits every note you desire when reaching for an ice cold light beer. If you are looking for something light in body but full in flavor you have found the craft beer of your dreams.
Pale Ale – 5.5% ABV, 60 IBU
The hoppiest offering to date, our pale ale sits right in the middle of the IBU scale. Bitter but balanced our hop profile is met in equal measure by a medium bodied malt base. Lightly sweet with a nice citrus finish a refreshing beer certain to scratch the itch of any hop head while being inviting enough to allow the not so hardened bitter beer drinkers passage to enjoyment.
Dry Stout – 4.2% ABV, 18 IBU
Like an English bulldog this beer is bold, biting, and of course stout. Starring roasted malt front and center the Irish Stout features a profile of complex toasty flavors ranging from espresso to bitter dark chocolate. With a crisp and extremely dry finish our stout doesn’t play any games with lactose, oatmeal, or anything else you might find trying to take the bite out of other stouts.
Amber Ale – 4.8% ABV, 30 IBU
A reddish copper appearance featuring a beautifully tan head our house amber ale enters the fray just in time for fall. A wonderfully malty beer with a pronounced scent of whole grain bread on the nose and an opening taste of roasted nuts that all but officially announce the beginning of the holiday season. This beer rounds out with a pleasantly sharp bitterness at the end to clear the palate and prepare it for another drink. With a medium body this beer is certain to be a favorite well in to the winter.
Light Red Ale – 4.2% ABV, 18 IBU
This is our latest offering and it certainly does the early fall justice. Malty, bready, with a pleasant nutty finish this beer has all the rich flavors you look for in a red ale, but there is something different here. It doesn’t stick to your palate. The bright clean finish of our light red ale is so refreshing it is certain to have you eager to reach for another drink while enjoying something from the food trucks that we feature each and every week.
Hard Seltzer – 5% ABV
There are few ways to describe nothing, but hopefully describing nothing with 5% ABV is a bit easier. The new Differential Hard Seltzer is just that, a neutral flavored base for our Hard Italian Sodas. Choose from any of our 13 flavor choices or mix them to craft your own personalized flavor profile. A gluten free and low calorie option to allow even more people to drink with there friends even if you have dietary restrictions that made you feel like you could never enjoy a craft brewery.
Orange Chocolate Braggot – 9.7% ABV, 0 IBU (Limited Batch)
This has to be the most unique beer we’ve made since the Penn Swanky (don’t ask). A beer made from a blend of malt and honey this has characteristics of mead with a noticeable honey taste but do not be fooled as this is all beer. The tartness of it is mellowed out using orange peel and cacoa nibs giving it a flavor reminiscent to those dark chocolate oranges. You know the ones I’m talking about. Seeing as this is running away with the highest ABV beer in the building it will only be sold $6/10oz.