rotating specialty beers

Las Cruces public house


6.2%  |  41 IBU

Inherent in many hop varieties is an array of fruity flavors. Pairing hop-forward beers with real fruit provides a medium in which these flavor profiles can play off and compliment one another. Beginning with a strong pale ale, grapefruit, blood orange, and mango purees were added to the fermenter. Dryhopped at 4 lbs per barrel with big citrus, tropical, stone fruit-forward hops, the outcome is Beermosa: a refined blend of citrus fruit and hops, reminiscent of the classic brunch cocktail.

Open Space Haze: 41 South

5.4% ABV  |  40 IBU

Take a trip down under for the first chapter in Bosque’s Open Space Haze series. This opaque IPA utilizes a unique vermont ale yeast strain with vibrant Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand and juicy Galaxy hops from Australia. Tropical, pillowy soft, and bursting with ripe fruit aromatics, this beer is a perfect way to celebrate summer in the Southern Hemisphere.

Fresh Start Breakfast Ale

6.4% ABV | 15 IBU

We’ve partnered with Habitat for Humanity to craft a breakfast stout inspired by that first morning in your new home. Red Rock cold pressed coffee and ten gallons of Vermont maple syrup capture the best elements of breakfast to create a toasty yet balanced ale with subtle hints of maple sweetness and earthy roast.

Double Sunshine Stout

8.4% ABV  |  25 IBU

Dark malts aren’t the only way to create the distinctive flavors you love in dark beers. In an effort to mess with your mind, we’ve created a golden stout that gets its chocolate and roast flavors from cacao nibs and cold-pressed coffee. We then aged this deceptive stout in a selection of Bourbon barrels curated by our friends at Jubilation for a collaborative beer as unique as it is complex.


5.9% ABV  |  20 IBU

Nearly black with ruby highlights, Driftwood’s coffee, chocolate, and roasty tones enhance the rich, malt character. This well-balanced, full-bodied ale is, most importantly, a pleasure to drink!


4.8% ABV  |  30 IBU

A riff on the classic Pale Ale. Huge rye presence adds tang and complements spicy notes from Chinook hops. Pale golden and dry hopped to please.