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(Subject to change at a moment's notice)

FLAGSHIP BEERS:

1811 DESERT BLONDE
ICEBREAK IPA
DEWPOINT DUNKEL
SALIDA DEL SOL AMBER

ROTATIONAL AND SEASONAL BREWS:

Heatwave Hefeweizen
Guest Tap: Two Brothers Bretter Day
Solnitza Imperial Red
Doppler Porter
Summer Scorcher Citrus Ale
Summer Shandy

Upcoming!!

DIPA
Imperial 1811

Beer Details

Salida del Sol Amber

Style: Mexican Vienna - Flagship
Alc/Vol: 5.2%
IBU: 22
Hop Variety: Tettnager

A Mexican-style Vienna, the Salida del Sol Amber was inspired by that moment when the harried bustle of the day melts into the relaxing stillness of a desert evening. In the mid 19th century, German brewers immigrating to Mexico brought along with them their time-honored recipes and techniques. By incorporating local ingredients, the traditional European flavors were transformed into something entirely new and wonderful. Salida del Sol follows in this grand tradition of smooth, spicy beers.

 

Icebreak IPA

Style: American India Pale Ale
Alc/Vol: 6.3%
IBU: 82
Hop Variety: Columbus, Centennial

Flagship Beer: Icebreak IPA offers a burst of flavor that lingers just enough to keep you sitting and sipping. Complete with enough IPA bitterness and floral aroma to satisfy a true hop head, Icebreak IPA is still approachable for those not quite ready to join the hop-crazy crowds.

 

Dewpoint Dunkel

Style: Munich Dunkel
Alc/Vol: 5.7%
IBU: 27
Hop Variety: Tettnager and Crystal

Flagship Beer: Inspired by a warren of basement bars in Wurzburg, Germany, the Dewpoint Dunkel won a gold medal from the 2012 Music City Brew Off in Nashville, Tennessee. Medium bodied with a rich flavor and color, Dewpoint will surprise even the most skeptical with its drinkability. Hints of roasted chocolate satisfy dark beer lovers and win over those who prefer lighter styles. Try it once and you may be lured to the dark side for good.

1811 Desert Blonde

Style: Blonde
Alc/Vol: 5.2%
IBU: 29
Hop Variety: Tettnager

Flagship Beer: A blonde ale is often seen as a gateway choice for people interested in craft beer, but not yet ready for an IPA or Stout. 1811 Desert Blonde is just this kind of brew. Slightly hoppier than a traditional blonde, 1811 embraces its desert roots and gives a familiar flavor experience with just a little edge. Not too bitter and incredibly crisp, 1811 is a casual hanging-out-with-your-friends kind of beer that everyone at the table can enjoy.

 

Heatwave Hefeweizen

Rotational
Style: German Hefeweizen
Alc/Vol: 5.1%
IBU: 14
Hop Variety: Hallertauer

Creating a classic hefeweizen starts with traditional ingredients and ends with choosing the right strain of yeast in order to obtain the proper flavor profile. Heatwave Hefeweizen uses a tried and true ratio of pilsner and wheat grains (a portion grown locally in Marana, AZ), noble hops, and German hefeweizen yeast to get the distinct snap of banana and clove that you would expect from a great brew of this style. Served young while yeast remains in suspension, this beer is cloudy, crisp, and satisfying.

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