7% ABV | 80 IBU
OG 16 (1.064)
FG 3.5 (1.014)
A light-colored ale that boasts aromas of orange and pine with ripe peach and apricot atop toasted sugar and bread crust.
Friends, beer drinkers, New Mexicans, this beer is for you. Brewed in the American style, this light lager was made with two row, malted barley, melanoidin malt, and flaked corn to emulate the big boys. We threw a few Willamette hops in there as well for balance. Compa is simultaneously malty and easy drinking. So kick back, grab a burger, and enjoy.
8% ABV | 60 IBU
OG 17 (1.068)
FG 4 (1.016)
A red mahogany, American IPA with classic "C" hop character. Malty and sweet with a touch of roast and a medium full body.
5.4% ABV | 30 IBU
OG 13 (1.052)
FG 3 (1.012)
An amber ale in the English tradition. Sparkfitter Amber balances toasty malts, earthy hops, and fruity yeast to achieve a classic, pub-style bitter.
IT'S BACK! This popular kettle sour is inspired by the Napoleon. Not the famously undersized general, but rather, the flaky, cream-filled pastry. We began the process with a wheat heavy grain bill which we ran off and kettle soured before boiling with lactose, a milk sugar. We then added a ridiculous quantity of pure raspberry puree to the fermentation and let it all bubble away until the flavors developed and the yeast was finished. What resulted is a fantastically fruit-forward brew with a raspberry aroma, striking appearance, and a refreshingly sweet/tart finish. We had fun with this one!
A light and dry easy-drinking Kolsch-style ale brewed with German pilsner malt and German hops, fermented cool resulting in a clean, refreshing brew with an herbal, lemon hop character.
An American take on an Irish classic. This dry stout is full of cocoa and roast with notes of dates and dark fruit. Brewed to session strength with drinkability in spades. Served on Nitro and CO2.
This twist on a classic style combines soft wheat notes with orange, coriander, and a spicy yeast character. Bursting with flavor and prickly carbonation, The Village Wit finishes appropriately dry.
Back after a long winter’s nap, we aged our 2017 Figgy Pudding a full year for full effect. Figgy Pudding is a winter warmer that will most certainly take the chill off. Pouring an amber color with an off white head, aromas of rum, figs and spice mix with a biscuit malt backbone to bring you a taste of the season. We brewed this beer with a generous quantity of dried figs and an even more generous amount of piloncillo sugar to ensure its fortitude. It took a little extra time to condition in the keg but we think the resultant quality of carbonation and mouthfeel made it worth the wait. A very limited release that won’t last long!
Never mind the kitchen sink, we threw the whole shoe at this one! This Belgo IPA pours a hazy yellow and is brimming with aromas of grapefruit, lemon, pepper, bubblegum, and cut grass. We used our house Belgian yeast strain to ferment the wheat and oat heavy grain bill and the resulting fruity esters and spicy phenols work in concert with a heavy-handed hop bill, which includes 2018 harvest Cascade and Chinook from Billy Goat Hop Farm in Montrose Colorado. These hops kick it out for sure and play well with the Citra and Tettnang that lay the base. Available in bottles soon! To be is to do. To do is to be. Shoe be do be do.
Loosely based on the classic Berliner Weisse style, this cranberry kettle sour is tart, fruity, refreshing and sessionable enough to have a few. A simple grist of Proximity two-row and Rahr white wheat laid the base for Lactobacillus to sour for a few days in the kettle before boiling, cooling, and fermenting with our house Kolsch yeast strain. A copious amount of cranberry puree was added midway through fermentation, adding an extra tart kick and remarkable pink color. Prost!
It’s back! Cow Plow Brown Ale gives a nod to the days of yore when locomotives had to forge the way across the U.S. We patterned this beer after a Northern English or Nut Brown Ale so look for some nuttiness, a touch of chocolate, and a medium dry finish. Cascade hops are added for balance and our house American Ale yeast strain provides a hint of fruitiness to round out a sessionable pint.
As the name would suggest this beer is sturdy. Pouring almost black with garnet highlights and a tan head that lingers, it looks just as a stout should. Aromas of roast and chocolate are bountiful with subtle fruitiness from our house ale strain. Chocolate, roast, and coffee dominate the flavor with a solid malt finish to round out this solidly built stout. Made with a collection of toasted, roasted, and crystal malts. Served with CO2.
A decidedly sweet offering made with 100% pear juice to satisfy the sweet tooth. Ripe pear dominates the palate with a slightly tannic and sweet finish.
This bracingly tart take on a Flanders Style Sour has taken some time to bring about. A year in barrels with Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus, and Pediococcus brought about plenty of pucker with a long stay in bottles resulting in a fruity, farmyard funk to balance the acidity. One complex beer that was worth the wait.
For fun, we added pure boysenberry puree to some of the barrels of Ned’s Sour Pail. The result is a fruitier, vinous version of Ned’s Sour.
Meet VIEJO AGRIO, our first mixed-culture sour beer. Brewed with Pilsner, Aromatic, Wheat, and Special B malts, and touched with French Aramis hops, this beer spent just over a year in brandy barrels with the full treasure trove of bugs. Various Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus, and Pediococcus cultures all got a turn in the extended barrel aging before being bottled with priming sugar and wine yeast. A wealth of funk and brandy aroma mix beautifully with the bracingly tart flavor, giving way to a lingering oak and tannin barrel character on the palate. Discovering Viejo Agrio’s transformations during its journey has been half the fun! Let’s see where it takes us for years to come. . .
MAKE MINE. Our take on the classic Belgium style, a collaboration made richer by aging for 6 months in barrels: one rye, one bourbon. Aromas of dried fruits blend seamlessly with the whiskey character bolstered by hints of vanilla notes. Bottle refermentation provides the long lasting effervescence and distinct mouthfeel. The aroma carries in the glass with lingering notes of warm whiskey. Whether fireside, with family and friends, or with a page-turner…sip, and then savor. A toast to Jubilation.
It began with a local favorite, The Village Wit, flavored with bitter and sweet orange peel and coriander seeds. And not to mention, a great candidate for barrel aging. The only question: what kind of barrel? TEQUILA (another favorite in these parts), which is where the Wit roosted for a 6-month stay (along with Brettanomyces) before it was bottled. Months later, the carbonation developed, the flavors mingled. And now, crisp, dry INGENIO boasts funk in the forefront, and a tequila, oak, fruit, and bit of barnyard nose.
$10/500mL bottle (10% off case purchase)
In the grey existence that was city life during the Industrial Revolution, a light and quaffable beer emerged, its purpose to quench the thirst of hard-working factory works and served by hard-working women dressed in grey. The Grisette was born. This Grisette comes to you thanks to Amarillo and Perle hops, two-row, wheat, and acidulated malts, and raw wheat berries. Produced by our house Belgian strain and conditioned in the bottle for the tiniest of bubbles.
$7/500mL bottle (10% off case purchase)
Rich with notes of lemon curd, pear and tropical pineapple with a crisp finish.
MILAGRO CORRALES WHITE
Crisp and refreshing with notes of melon, green apple and nectarines.
CASA RONDENA SERENADE
Medium sweet white blend of Riesling and Gewurztraminer with notes of Lychee, Peach, and Nectarine with a medium sweet and tart finish.
MISSION CHENIN BLANC
Flavors of apple, pear, and melon with a hint of honey.
GRUET PINOT NOIR
Loads of black cherry and cassis with a lingering smokey finish.
MILAGRO CORRALES RED
Round mouthfeel with flavors or cherry, raspberry and currants with a hint of spice on a soft finish.
Light, dry with a hint of fresh fruit. Planted originally in 1629 by Friars Zuniga & Arteaga, it was the first grape planted in what is now known as the USA
BLACK MESA DRY ROSE
Notes of Strawberry and tart Red Cherry with a long fruity finish.
GRUET BRUT ROSE
Wild strawberry with a zippy acidity.
Medium lemon in color, our Non Vintage Blanc de Blancs presents aromas of brioche and green apples that follow through on the palate. Flavors of lemon zest, honeysuckle, and tropical fruit lead to a crisp, fresh finish.