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Apologies for those who follow the blog. I haven’t written much as I have spent the last 6 months working with 5 breweries to create six unique beers for my restaurant. Please check out my other blog if you are interested in knowing more. We made the following beers.

Barrigon Barril Cafe:

We collaborated with our friends and neighbors at One Barrel Brewing Company to create this Imperial Brown Coffee ale made with Tex Tubb’s special blend of Just Coffee beans. After primary fermentation, we aged half of the batch in firkins on maple wood and Costa Rican cacao nibs from Tabal Chocolate in Milwaukee. One Barrel Brewing Co. will be aging the other half of the batch on oak and another cacao liqueur and then releasing it simultaneously at their brewery two doors down from Tubb’s.

Enrique Sucio:

At 5:30 we will tap the first custom beer in our House of Brews double feature: Enrique Sucio. Enrique Sucio is an Imperial IPA aged on lightly toasted/Scorpion Mezcal-soaked oak chips that boasts a strong yet subdued malt backbone, while featuring the citrusy aromatics and flavors of Amarillo hops. With notes of oak and smokiness, reminiscent of Clint Eastwood’s voice, this sweet-finishing brew begs the question: “Do you feel thirsty? Well, do ya, punk?”

Pancho:

Pancho is a bold yet refreshing Mexican IPA featuring cirtusy hops from New Zealand and zested lime peel. The brew is named after revolutionary general and Mexican hero Pancho Villa. While Pancho is the featured brew, Hydro Street might dazzle us with one or two of their other creations. Brewmaster Aaron will be on hand to chat beer with all of our beer-curious friends and patrons. The first 100 customers to order Pancho will receive a free commemorative pint glass. ¡Viva la revolucion, viva Mexico, y viva la cerveza!

Saison De Cilantroctus:

Saison De Cilantroctus is a traditional Franco-Belgian Farmhouse Ale featuring fruity/spicy esters in the forefront. Traditionally farmers brewed these beers in the winter with whatever ingredients were on hand. We took a similar approach using roasted cactus paddles and cilantro from our kitchen. The only difference between us and traditional farmhouse brewers is we won’t be waiting until summer to indulge in this brew.

Rey Rye:

Rey Rye is a malt-forward Imperial Rye Vienna beer with low hop bitterness and a spicy rye finish brewed for us by  Next Door Brewing Company. Rey Rye was brewed with German Pilsner, Vienna and Rye malts and features German hops from Gorst Valley in Wisconsin to give the brew a distinctive hop nose. Brewmaster Keith will be on hand to address the masses. The first 50 royal subjects to order Rey Rye will receive a commemorative pint glass.

Templo:

Templo. Templo is a Smoked Chocolate Chipotle Porter featuring roasty character and a complex layering of Bolivian cacao nibs and chipotle warmth that will set your heart on fire! Kali Ma… Kali Ma… Shakti de!

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