ROTATING SPECIALTY BEERS
Las Cruces Public House
DRIFTWOOD OATMEAL STOUT
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!
5.8% ABV | 8 IBUs
You’ll get freshly peeled banana aromas up front on this traditional Hefeweizen. However, your palate is met with clove and baking spices on the front end of your palate with a little bit of orange peel on the back end. It’s a shining example of the style to help transition into the late days of summer.
5.5% ABV | 10 IBUs
Perhaps it sounds a bit quirky, but there isn't a summer pairing quite like watermelon with a touch of salt, so our brewery team took that idea and made a beer out of it. It has a nice aroma of fresh cut melon, while your first sip has a brighter, slightly tart note like when you're savoring those crisp last bites of watermelon as you get down to the rind. A hint of Himalayan sea salt gets your palate craving the next sip to come.
New Leaf has a great citrusy nuance with an herbaceous kick, highlighting lime juice with a smooth and fresh mint finish. This hard seltzer is crisp, clean, and refreshingly effervescent down to the last sip. It’s great on ice, but is equally crushable on its own.
elephants on parade - guava
5.5% ABV | 12 IBUs
A little change is good, right? That’s why our brewery team swapped out the traditional raspberry puree in Elephants on Parade for guava puree, giving it a soft tropical note on the nose with a slight tartness on the palate. This limited run of guava is a welcome riff on the fruity fan favorite.
one for 5
5.4% ABV | 40 IBUs
One for 5 is a classic take on an American Pale Ale in the Northwestern tradition. Aromas of grapefruit and pine nicely balanced on the palate with hints of orange, a biscuity cereal character from the heritage crystal malt and touch of sweetness, leading to a drier citrus pith finish.
Beyond the trees
The world of ciders delves into adjuncts, dry hopping, and more but we thought our first splash in this style should be a classic. This no-frills apple cider lives up to our line of staple and specialty beers, but stands out on its own. The Bosque Cider is crisp, clean, and dry with a hint of apple sweetness, making it a palate pleaser all year.
5.2% ABV | 30 IBUs
So you want something different out of a lager? Allryety Then! This rye lager has notes of peppercorns and dried spices from the nose to the back of the palate. Spicy rye malt flavors are balanced with Pilsner and Vienna malts while the duo of Tettnanger and Herkules hops bring and bitter, peppery finish with very light floral notes.
working lab (charity beer)
5.1% ABV | 10 IBUs
We teamed up with Canine Companions for Independence to brew this beer to benefit their organization which raises, trains, and provides service dogs for people in need. Seeing as Canine Companions mainly works with labs and golden retrievers, it only felt right to make Working Lab a golden ale. Its malt bill lends the beer to light and toasty flavors with a hint of oat sweetness. Citra and Hallertau Mittlefruh hops bring the most subtle of hop bitterness on the back end of your palate.