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Brewed with only the finest barley, hops, and yeast. Sourced locally whenever possible.
Hoppenheimer IPA (6.4%) $6
Our flagship beer brewed with Amarillo, Chinook, Centennial, Cascade, and Sabro hops.
Guest Tap... This clean light straw colored ale is much like a lager. Fermented colder than most ales, though not as cold as a true lager. German noble hop varieties accentuate the lager-like qualities of this great mild weather beer.
American Wheat (5.4%) $5
A craft brewpub classic. Brewed with 50% wheat, soft and bready, but don't call it a German Hefeweizen because we used standard American ale yeast and grapefruity Cascade hops. Crisp, clean, and thirst-quenching.
Old School Pale Ale (5.1%) $5
Remember the '90s and those first craft beers you drank?! Well, this is our 90s Pale Ale recipe, brewed with Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook hops.
S'mores Stout (6.8%) $7
This creamy milk stout is a unique style using a combination of lactose, cocoa nibs, vanilla, smoked malt, and roasted marshmallows.
Sandia Cider can (5.6%) $5
Hard Cider, ABQ, NM
NM Wine $8 Per Glass
Gruet Pinot Noir
Sheehan Malvasia Bianca
Vara Vino Blanco Espanol
Blue Sky Soda
Polar Seltzer Water
Extra Stout (7.0%) $6
A classic 19th-century Irish stout, brewed to a higher strength for export. Full of flavor—malty, toasty, roasty, nutty—but with a surprisingly dry finish. Hints of plum, wild cherry and black licorice. Opaque black, even the foam is dark, with fine lacing. Local base malt plus authentic imported specialty malts, hops, and yeast.
2nd Street Kolsch (5.0%) $6
1440 Flanders Koyt (5.5%) $6
Brewed to an actual Middle Ages recipe from Liers, Flanders, the Dutch-speaking northern part of Belgium nowadays. 50% oats, plus wheat and barley, a few noble hops, and an old Trappist ale yeast. Well-rounded mouthfeel with a surprisingly light finish, hazy with hints of black pepper and clove.
Pajarito Red Lager (5.4%) $5
Inspired by Vienna lagers and Mexican amber lagers, with a twist. 100% local malt balanced by a mix of noble and new-fangled American hops, fermented low and slow. Easy-drinking with layers of subtle complexity. Malty, caramelly, mildly citrusy, herbal, floral. Especially perfect after hiking, biking or skiing.