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Brewed with only the finest barley, hops, and yeast. Sourced locally whenever possible.
Hoppenheimer IPA (7.1%) $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.
Sandia Cider can (5.6%) $5
Hard Cider, ABQ, NM
NM Wine $8/glass
Gruet Pinot Noir
Sheehan Malvasia Bianca
Vara Vino Blanco Espanol
Polar Seltzer Water
RZ's Honey Wheat (5.3%) $6
A collaboration with Ricardo Z Sanchez (RZ's Bees), an Alcalde beekeeper we met at the Los Alamos Farmers Market. We started with a nice soft, golden American Wheat beer and added 60 pounds of his local wildflower honey. Brewed with local malts, lightly hopped with German Callista hops. Huge floral, fruity aroma. Bone dry finish with only a hint of perceived sweetness in the aftertaste, spritzy Champagne-like carbonation. Spread the buzz!
2nd Street Boneshaker (5.8%) $6
First brewed specifically for the annual Santa Fe Bike ‘n’ Brew Festival, this “special” or mid-tier bitter is named after the early, hard-tired bicycles. Brewed with a combination of American and British hops (Cascade. East Kent Goldings, and Citra), it has a fruity, slightly citrus and bready nose, with clean malt flavors and a thirst quenching dry finish.
HillHopper Ale (5.2%) $6
A delicious dry-hopped amber ale brewed to celebrate Los Alamos Hilltopper Homecoming Week. Hill-HOP-per, get it? So punny. For our young-at heart lifetime learners, no minors allowed! Local pale and wheat malts plus specialty grains from England and Germany, hopped with Zeus, Whitbread Golding Variety, Citra.
Patio Hopped Pale (4.8%) $6
Made from our shade! Y'know those hops that have been growing overhead on our patio all season? Our gardener extraordinaire Antonio and friends harvested 40 pounds, all of which went into this brew! A tasty golden, medium-body, multigrain base beer with local, English, and German malts, balanced by our homegrown blend of Cascade, Wisconsin Cluster, Hungarian landrace, and local Jemez wild hops. Get some quick. When it's gone, it's gone until next fall!
Little Bird Blonde (5.4%) $5
Chirp, chirp! Another Bathtub Row classic, everyone loves this light, easy-drinking blonde ale. Mild malty flavor with soft hop balance: hints of juicy fruit, lime leaf, lemongrass, black pepper. "Little Bird" translates from Pajarito Plateau, part of the Jemez Mountains we call home, and bears great ancestral meaning to our Pueblo neighbors.
Caldera Kolsch, (4.8%) $5
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.
New Mexi Lager (5.4%) $5
Just plain beer-flavored beer. Light flavor, low bitterness. Ice cold, yellow, fizzy, delicious. Inspired by your favorite Mexican lagers, but this one's brewed in New Mexico for New Mexicans.