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We try to keep this page as updated as possible… but we’re only human and sometimes beers come out faster than we can get online. As of 14-4-2021, this is what we are pouring. If you’re curious if anything has changed since then please feel free to contact us.
Beer on tap – SIZES!: 355ml (12oz)/473ml (16oz)/591ml (20oz)/1.7L pitchers
Taster (148ml) $30, Flight (Taster x 5) $145
Beer to go!
473ml can: Same price as 473ml pint, 10% off any six pack, 15% off any case of 24
1L Caguama: $125 new, Refill = Half price of pitcher
1.89L Growler: $420 new (includes fill of your choice), Refill = pitcher price
Experimental Hard Seltzer $35/40/50/130
Hard seltzer infused with natural flavors (ask your server what we’ve currently got available), 3.5% Alc. Vol., 110 calories per 355ml, gluten free, made with all natural ingredients, totally crushable on a hot Vallarta day and low in sugar so you can enjoy it guilt free.
Mezcal-Oak Aged Lager, 5.3% Alc. Vol, 29 IBU, 3.0 SRM
The corn notes of this Mexican lager melt into the smoky flavor of the oak chips, which we infused with mezcal and let age with the beer for over two months. The end result is a brew that is light, refreshing, with an unexpected yet subtle and delicious oak mezcal finish. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever made before, and we’re hoping it’s the start of many experiments to come in 2021!
White Noise $55/65/80/200
German-style Hefeweizen, 5.3% Alc. Vol, 11 IBU, 3.4 SRM
This beer is intentionally a soft hum in the background: approachable, not offensive in the slightest, and easily overlooked. This classic German pint boasts a cloudy appearance and is full of malt wheat flavor, deliciously balanced with subtle yeast fruit notes, very mild bitterness, and the slightest hint of fresh mandarin orange peels. It’s a clean, crisp, classic beer that is as predictable as White Noise.
Yakima Valley $60/70/85/220
Dry Hopped Blonde, 5.7% ABV, 18 IBU’s, 4.7 SRM: 355 ml
The Yakima Valley, located in founders Reid and Miranda’s home state of Washington, boasts some of the most vibrant and dynamic hops in the entire world. We’ve used those hops exclusively in this brew to create a pint that is hop-forward without being bitter. Soft tropical, stone fruit and melon flavors from Mosaic, Ekuanot and Amarillo hops are deliciously balanced with a sweet malty finish and a light crisp body. It’s a light, easy drinking option great for those who love IPAs but need a break from bitter hop bombs every now and then.
Verano Sin Fin $55/65/80/200
Saison 6.8% Alc. Vol, 25 IBU, 5.2 SRM
The saison style of brewing originated in Belgium as a light beer that farm workers enjoyed throughout the day. Our saison has characters of ripe stone fruits like peach and cherry and a subtle peppery yeast profile. Perfect for toasting a summer without end!
Botón de Emergencia $60/70/85/220
Hoppy Amber, 5.5% Alc. Vol, 24 IBU, 18 SRM
Biscuit and caramel malt flavors shine in this brew, elevated by a healthy dose of rye malt leaving a hazy appearance and slight malt spiciness. All of this is balanced by a mild bitterness and herbal grapefruit hop character from a generous helping of Cascade, Amarillo and Idaho-7 hops. It’s a great choice to get you through whatever else this year and this pandemic may throw at you!
West Coast IPA, 7.2% ABV, 79 IBU, 4.6 SRM
Lupita is a West Coast style IPA as hop-forward as Lupa, our jumpy street rescue it was named after. Mosaic, El Dorado and Citra hops shine with juicy flavors of pineapple, cherry and mango supported by a medium bitterness. This refreshing, crisp IPA is perfect to drink in our tropical paradise of Puerto Vallarta.
Idle Hands $70/80/95/250
Hazy IPA, 6.0% ABV, 35 IBU, 4.3 SRM
Since we’ve had some extra time on our hands, our brewers took a newly named hop called Talus and blended it with Idaho 7, Simcoe and Amarillo. At first sip, this full bodied hazy beer hits you with pungent pink grapefruit, citrus juice and orange peel rind. Then the subtle floral flavors of dried rose petals and pine resin followed by a moderate but super approachable bitterness finishes off to another hit of lingering pithy citrus. Idle hands may do the devils work but this new IPA is nothing but sublime – just don’t blame us if you get up to your own mischief after a couple pints!
Vaquero Electrico $80/90/110/275
DIPA 8.5% Alc. Vol, 50 IBU, 5.1 SRM
Inspired by a local Vallarta cowboy who defends the underdog, this double IPA will give you an electric buzz. It’s the most heavily hopped beer we’ve ever made, bursting with juicy and fruit hop flavors from 7 different hops supported by moderate bitterness. At 8.5% Alc. Vol don’t blame us if you start to feel like a cowboy after crushing a couple of these pints, yee-haw!
Café de Olla Stout, 6.8% ABV, 56 IBU, 43 SRM
We’ve taken coffee grown here in the bay-framing Sierra Madres, roasted by our friends @cafeoroverdepv, and steeped it along with fresh Indian cinnamon bark and Mexican vanilla. The robust coffee notes are perfectly balanced by a subtle sweetness, finishing with a round dark chocolate taste. It’s the kind of pint to celebrate brave women in history, like the Adelitas who bravely fought in the Mexican Revolution but are not always recognized for the important role they played in Mexican history. Strong women, we raise a pint to you!
Whisky Barrel Aged Maybe Mañana $65 (148ml)/ $115 (355ml) ***Not available in flights or for growler/caguama fills***
Imperial Stout Aged in Whisky Barrels, 9.8% ABV, 57 IBU, 48 SRM
Months ago the brewers took our Maybe Mañana Imperial Stout and aged it in whiskey barrels from our friends at Destileria Cerdo Negro. We analyzed the batches while they aged and identified which ones were hot, which barrels had more vanilla flavor, and which ones were a perfect marriage of whiskey and oak and then we blended the barrels to make a super tasty imperial stout that has the perfect balance of oak, vanilla and whiskey heat with the full chocolaty roast flavors and plum/raisin of the stout.