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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 24.03.2023, 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!: 322ml (11oz)/473ml (16oz)/591ml (20oz)* Only for Storm Chasers pint club members/1.7L pitchers

Taster (148ml) $40, Flight (Taster x 4) $160

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

Ginger Beer    ***solo 473ml, $55***

Gluten free, zero alcohol, made with all natural and locally sourced ingredients

Atlántico          $60/70/220

Lager Mexicana, 5.3% Alc Vol, 19 IBU, 2.8 SRM

Our version of the perfect beach beer. This lager is nothing like it’s macro-counterparts. Light, crisp and easy drinking with a malty corn-sweetness, a mild bitterness and smooth finish. Pairs perfectly with sunshine, pool days and the beach. Also, not bad fresh off the tap at the brewery. 

1842       $75/85/260   

Dry Hopped Pilsner, 5.2% Alc. Vol, 35 IBU, 3.5 SRM

Classic, easy drinking pilsners were first tapped in 1842. We take our pilsner into 2023 with a dry hop addition. German Saphir hops shine in this beer with a hit of citrus and spicy herbal notes. Light-colored yet full of crisp, honey-sweet malt flavors supported by a mild bitterness. A great choice for those seeking a break from IPAs but still looking for a hop kick.

Peachy Gringo          $70/80/250

Peach Wheat Ale, 5.2% Alc Vol, 20 IBU, 3.6 SRM

Inspired by the Peachy Gringos we love, this fruity pint is a great option on a hot day when you’re celebrating returning to Vallarta. Infused with over 120 kilos of Mexican peaches, the fruit taste will hit you in the nose and a sweet punch to your taste buds, finishing with a clean wheat malt flavor.

Los Arcos           $65/75/230

American Amber Ale, 5.0% Alc. Vol, 35 IBU, 13 SRM

Named for the giant granite arches that erupt from the sea, this amber ale starts with bread and cracker flavors that melt into a sweet caramel finish balanced by a moderate bitter chocolate note. Whirlpool hopped with the classic combination of Cascade and Chinook to give slight grapefruit rind and fresh floral flavors. Sip on this beautiful amber hued pint and join us in appreciating the beauty of our bay.

Verano Sin Fin      $70/80/250

Saison, 6.8% Alc. Vol, 25 IBU, 5.5 SRM

An ode to eternally being on the best side of the equinox, this Saison is dry and bright and super easy drinking, so one can fade to the next. Replete with a unique but approachable array of yeast and phenol derived flavors starting with a touch of bubble gum which quickly gives way to a peppery mix of banana and cloves and then finishes with a medley of stone fruits. The Saison style is, in our humble opinion, underappreciated and it’s one of our favorites. So raise a glass and toast to our Verano Sin Fin (endless summer)

Pivot     $75/85/260   

Rotating Fruited Sour, 5.2% Alc. Vol, 8 IBU, 4.4 SRM, 3.4pH

This rotating sour series is always changing, ask your server for the current flavor.

Pal-eh Al-eh     $75/85/260   

Pale Ale, 5.4% Alc. Vol, 30 IBU, 4.2 SRM

This pale is hoppy with flavors from Simcoe, Idaho-7, Cascade and just a touch of LupoMax Mosaic for good measure. This hop medley imparts pithy and zesty citrus notes as well a slight herbal bitterness and is supported by a moderate malt backing and a sprinkling of oats to add to the body. Golden colored, medium bodied, mild maltiness, and moderate bitterness, a Pal-Eh Al-eh to celebrate all the underappreciated Pale Ales out there. Is it ever going to be a bestseller? Nope, but it’s damn tasty and we’ll enjoy it anyway.

Hazy Bay      $90/100/295

NEIPA, 6.8% Alc. Vol,  20 IBU, 4.0 SRM

Even on the “worst” days, a hazy overcast cloud blows in and forces us to stay inside and do other things we love, like stuff our faces with tasty food and down a few pints. Like this returning pint which was the first NEIPA we ever brewed, and we’ve been working to tweak the recipe with each re-release. This version uses a hop profile that is fruitier and less herbal than the last batch but still packs flavors of orange rind, pineapple, guava, citrus, passionfruit, backed with a little herbal dankness. Cloudy or not we can all get a little hazy every once in a while.

Vaquero Eléctrico     $95/105/305

Double IPA, 8.5% Alc. Vol, 50 IBU, 5 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 citrus, tropical, and coconut 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!

Lupita     $85/95/280

West Coast IPA, 7.2% Alc. Vol, 79 IBU, 4.6 SRM

Lupita is a West Coast style IPA as hop-forward as Lupa, our co-founders jumpy street rescue-pup 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.

MacLaren’s      $75/85/250   

Wee Heavy Scottish Ale,  7.1% Alc. Vol, 22 IBU, 18 SRM

In honor of co-founder Miranda’s maiden name, this pint is great for raising a glass to family. Malt forward, mildly bitter, red brown color, this is  a robust ale with a sweet roasted caramel profile supported by chocolate-raisin malt flavor. Wee-heavy in ABV, it’s smooth yet drinkable and sure to lift your spirits.

Chaos Theory      $90/100/295   

Imperial Stout,  10.0% Alc. Vol, 65 IBU, 51 SRM

This deep, decadent pint is indulgence in a glass. Rich malt notes of bitter dark chocolate, coffee, caramel, a slight roastiness and just a touch of raisin combine with a medium body and moderate bitterness in one hell of an Imperial Stout. It’s easy drinking, but don’t let that fool you; this beer can make chaos reign. Don’t believe us? Test the Chaos Theory with a few glasses and let us know your findings.