What’s on Tap Today?

Cálmate Kölsch

Summer heat got you hot and bothered? Calm yourself wth this smooth, light, refreshing ale-lager hybrid. Brewed in German style, the hand turned Bohemian Pilsner malt shines through sweet and straw colored. The kölsch style is reminiscent of a lager with a sweet taste and slight malty aroma. Perfect for beginning craft beer drinkers and overheated experts alike. 

Alt-Ternative Facts Alt Bier 4.5% ABV, 25 IBU, 22 SRM

Alt bier, or Old Beer, uses a centuries old German method of fermenting a brew at ale temperatures and then dropping the temperatures to lager it. This method creates a beer that is slightly sweet, smooth, malty, and mildly bitter. Very approachable for those new to craft beer.

Verano Sin Fin Saison 6.8% ABV, 26 IBU, 4.9 SRM

The saison style of brewing originated in Belguim 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 subte peppery yeast profile. Perfect for toasting a summer without end!

Amapas Ámbar Dark Amber Ale 5.6%ABV, 26 IBU, 24.4 SRM

This robust and rich beer is brewed in American style and dark in color. A malt forward brew that boasts a strong body and prominent carmael malt flavor, subtle roast malt notes and a mild citrus hop profile.

¡Salud!∫ Session IPA 4.7% ABV, 41 IBU, 5.4 SRM

Love the hoppiness of Lupita but looking to pace yourself with a lower ABV? Then our sipable session IPA is for you. New Zealand Gaaxy hops give subtle floral, herbal and tropical fruit notes with mild bitterness. So drinkable you’ll be saying ¡salud! all day!

 Lupita IPA 7.2% ABV, 62 IBU, 5.5 SRM

 Assertively bitter and hop forward, Lupita will deliver everything you love about IPAs with an ABV lower than its sister beer Cabeza de Cono. With hop flavors of pineapple, cherry and tropical fruit, this IPA is perfect to drink in our beautiful paradise of Puerto Vallarta.

Maybe Mañana Salted Chocolate Imperial Stout 8.5% ABV, 53 IBU, 52.8 SRM

This was our first brew when we thought we would open “maybe mañana.” Many mañanas went without opening yet we were comforted by this strong and creamy stout. Dark roasted malts lend distinct chocolate and coffee flavors and a deep color. Salt added at the end of the boil adds a mellow and interesting complexity to the sweetness of the chocolate.

Coming Soon: Gose

A light German beer with low bitterness, slight coriander spice, citrus lime sour notes, and a soft salty finish. An excellent choice for those who love the salty sourness of margaritas or micheladas.