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Tub Beer

Brewed with only the finest barley, hops, and yeast. Sourced locally whenever possible.

1867 India Porter (5.9%) $6

Of course you've heard of India Pale Ale, but back in the late 1800s, England actually shipped way more India Porter. You've never heard of it because of classism. Officers, officials, and bureaucrats drank IPA and came home to write the histories. India Porter was consumed by poor, working-class, enlisted soldiers. This beer you hold follows an actual 1867 brewsheet and delicious, opaque black, malty, toasty, roasty, and hopped just as heavily as your beloved IPA.

Sandia Cider can (5.6%) $5

Hard Cider, ABQ, NM

NM Wine $8/glass

Gruet Pinot Noir
Ponderosa Cabernet
Vara Tempranillo
Gruet Chardonnay
Sheehan Malvasia Bianca
Vara Vino Blanco Espanol

Non-Alcoholic

Arizona Green or Sweet Tea
Gruvi NA Beer - Pale, IPA, Stout
Lagunita's Hop Water
Polar Seltzer Water
Henry Weinhard's Root Beer

Caldera Kolsch (4.8%) $6

Our Caldera Kölsch-style ale uses authentic ingredients and techniques from the German city of its origin Cologne (or Cöln/Köln), a word which dates back to the Roman colonial era. The official Kölsch Konvention describes it as “light, highly attenuated, hop-accentuated, clear, top-fermented Vollbier.” The essential New World Guide to Beer adds “a definite, but only slight, fruity-winy bouquet...also a gentle hop dryness in the finish, flowery but less effusive than a Pilsener.” But simply put: this is just plain, delicately balanced beer-flavored-beer and you'll love it.

Native Land Hazy IPA (7.0%) $7

A national collaboration beer brewed to acknowledge the contributions and history of Native American People in the United States. Hosted by Bow & Arrow Brewing Company in Albuquerque, the first Native Woman owned brewery. Proceeds benefit our neighbors' Pueblo de San Ildefonso Young Adult Scholarship for College or Trade School. Bathtub Row Brewing is situated on unceded Indigenous land, ancestral home to the Tewa Pueblo People. Native Land pours a hazy golden color with a well-rounded, soft, bready maltbill spotlighting the most hops we've ever used (Citra, El Dorado and Strata) reminiscent of grapefruit, bitter orange, pinecones and pineapple, passion fruit, berries, lime leaf, lemongrass, pear, melon, dank weed. Big and boozy, delicious and refreshing. Spread the word and share some cool-looking crowlers with friends!

Barnacle Babes Belgian Dubbel (7.2%) $6

A special “Thank You!” brew honoring our past board president Connie, named after her ladies’ night bowling team of yesteryear where--according to legend--countless pitchers of Belgian Dubbel were bravely vanquished. C’mon, we can’t make this sh*t up! The style originated at monasteries in the Middle Ages, and was revived in the mid-1800s after the Napoleonic era. Fermented with a wild yeast we captured locally, producing great Belgian-style fruity esters and black pepper and clove phenols. We’re throwing rocks tonight! 

1907 Henley's Holiday Scotch Beer (9.4%) $7

Following a fun historical recipe, we used premium Maris Otter pale malt, specialized crystal malt, Challenger and Progress hops, and fruity dual-strain yeast all imported from the UK. Then we added 60 pounds of local RZ’s Bees honey and mulled with organic co-op ginger, coriander, and orange peels. Cozy up to the fire with this deliciously complex winter warmer. Strong, malty-sweet, bready with hints of marmalade toast, balanced by earthy/herbal/floral hop bitterness, enhanced by holiday baking spices. (Maltose) sugar and spice and everything nice!

Hoppenheimer IPA (7.4%) $6

New Mexico loves their big, hoppy IPAs, and our flagship is a particularly tasty one. Plus...c’mon, you can’t brew in Robert Oppenheimer’s actual backyard and NOT make the obvious pun. A sturdy malt backbone with a new-world hop load that ticks all the boxes: citrusy, tropical fruity, melon, pine resin, dank weed, with a heavy dose of Sabro for weird woodsy, vanilla, coconut vibes.

Holiday Helles Bock (7.4%) $6

‘Helles’ is German for pale-colored, and ‘Bock’ means an extra strong version of lager beer brewed for special occasions. Rich medium-bodied malt flavor, hints of husky grains and toast. Classic noble hops contribute a soft herbal profile and perfumey aroma. No tricks or adjuncts or spices here, just good old-fashioned German-style party beer. Frohe Festtage!

Old School Pale Ale (5.8%) $6

Remember those great American Pale Ales back in the 80s and 90s? This sensory souvenir was brewed with the 4th annual Veterans Hop Blend, featuring five Pacific Northwest varieties: Azacca, Ekuanot, Idaho7, HBC 472, HBC 630. Strong malt backbone with a big hoppy punch reminiscent of grapefruit, pine, tropical fruit. Proceeds from the hops go toward K9s for Warriors, www.k9sforwarriors.org  an organization providing Service Dogs to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma.