SECOND STREET
What’s on Tap?

Beer Name: Kolsch

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This clean light straw colored ale is much like a lager. It is fermented colder than most of our ales, though not as cold as a true lager. We also use German noble hop varieties to accentuate the lager like qualities of this great summer beer. Gluten-removed with gluten levels at <10 PPM O.G. 1.042, ABV 4.6%, IBU 17

Beer Name: IPA (India Pale Ale)

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

An American style of the super premium English pale ale originally developed to survive the long trip to India. This beer is hopped in the kettle and dry hopped for a sweet floral finish. Gluten-removed beer with gluten levels at < 10 ppm O.G. 1.062, ABV 6.0%, IBU 60

Beer Name: Citraweizen

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

Half barley, half wheat. Relax with the refreshing taste of our citraweizen. All citra hops give this beer a little more bite than your average wheat beer. But that's what you've come to expect from your 2nd street brewers! IBU 20, ABV 5.4%, O.G. 1.055

Beer Name: Rauchbier

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

Another in our series of "smoky beers", this is our rendition of the very hard to find Rauch style of Lager, native to Bamburg, Germany, that has it's roots in pre-industrial revolution Europe. A true lager, it is brewed with a portion of "Rauchmalz", sourced from Bamburg, that is carefully smoked over Beechwood fires. This is a complex beer with the smoky nuances showing equally (but not dominating) the malt and hop flavors and aromas. O.G. 1.058, ABV 6.1%, IBU 26

Beer Name: Cream Stout

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This stout is inspired by the sweeter English style and is hopped with fuggles and is fermented with an authentic English yeast strain.
O.G. 1.055, ABV 5.2%, IBU 23

Beer Name: Pivatol IPA

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

This is the newest addition to our stable of IPA recipes. This one showcases some of the latest-and-greatest of the new hops to come from the Pacific NW-including the precious Citra and Mosaic, along with a couple of longtime brewer's favorites. A full mouthful of floral, herbal and fruity hop flavors followed by a clean and dry finish that disappears into thin air-only to leave you wanting more. Have another sip! O.G. 1.062, ABV 6.9, IBU 68

Beer Name: Rod’s Best Bitter

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

A “special” drinkable bitter. Tasty malt sweetness balanced by a crisp finish from a unique combination of pacific NW centennial hops and English kent goldings hops. Complex and subtle.
O.G. 1.050, ABV 5%, IBU 30

Beer Name: Boneshaker Bitter

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

First brewed as a special for the annual Santa Fe Bike 'n' Brew this "Special" or mid-tier bitter is named after the early hard tired bicycles brewed with a combination of American and British hops it has fruity, slightly citrus and bready nose with clean malt flavors and thirst quenching dry finish.