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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: Railyard Red

Available at: At 2nd Street, At The Railyard

Beer Name: Pajarito Pale Ale

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

A very hoppy, dry finishing pale ale featuring a blend of Simcoe, Chinook and Sirachi Ace hops. Complex fruity character in flavor and aroma followed up by a spicy sharp finish. Named for the famed ski hill near Los Alamos that is the host of some of the best beer festivals in the state. O.G. 1.052, ABV 5.5%, IBU 28

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: 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 2nd Street, At The Railyard

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.

Beer Name: Rod’s Steam Bitter

Available at: At The Railyard, At 2nd Street

Description:

Tasty malt sweetness balanced by a crisp finish from a unique combination of Pacific NW Centennial hops and English Kent Goldings.. Complex and subtle.
O.G. 1.050, ABV 5%, ABW 4.3%, IBU 30

Beer Name: Fulcrum IPA

Available at: At 2nd Street

Description:

A special IPA brewed as our entry for the 2014 New Mexico IPA Challenge that is big, complex, and a dry finish with a lingering flavor of hop oils. Nine hops in all: Mosaic, Citra, Centennial, Chinook, East Kent Goldings, German Magnum, Simcoe, French Triskel and Australian Topaz, Layered over British Maris-Otter row barley. O.G. 1.068, ABV 7.4%, IBY 78