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
Our flagship beer. Made with local organic blue corn, this hazy cream ale is light, crisp, with a faint earthy sweetness, and just a faint nose of fresh roasted corn. Great for hot weather and spicy foods. (no dairy)
Classic Wheat – 4.7% ABV, 13 IBU
This American style wheat has a slightly sweet nose with notes of honey and a very clean finish.
Dark Lager – 4.5% ABV, 12 IBU
A burgundy colored Mexican style lager with light bitter chocolate notes. Smooth on the palate with a crisp finish.
Pale Ale – 5.5% ABV, 60 IBU
Our hoppiest offering, this pale ale sits right in the middle of the Ibu spectrum, bitter but balanced. Lightly sweet with a nice citrus finish.
Irish Stout – 4.2% ABV, 18 IBU
An export style Irish stout, with nice coffee like bitterness and smooth dry finish.
Extra Pale Ale – 4.3% ABV, 25 IBU
This extra light pale ale is finished with local honey which gives it a nice dry finish with a bright floral nose. Just hoppy enough to offset the added sweetness. This beer is extremely easy to drink, making it hard to have only one.
Amber – 4.2% ABV, 22 IBU
A nice bright copper colored ale with a slight nutty flavor and a crisp bitter bite. Lighter in body than most amber ales this beer is perfect for a warm spring day.
Penn. Swanky (super small batch release, not available at the moment) – 3.2% ABV, 0 IBU
Our most unique offering to date. This dark English style mild Features a very unique flavor profile that is reminiscent of fresh biscochitos. Made with no hops, it is instead spicy with star anise, which give it a slight notes of black licorice that pair extremely well with the roasty malts. A surprisingly refreshing combo.