The Maiden – British IPA
OG 1.059 / IBU 56 / ABV 5.75
Ever wonder, “Why India Pale Ale?” Well, late in the 1700s during the British occupation of India, brewers at Burton on Trent in Staffordshire England created and shipped higher strength, heavily hopped ales able to survive the long colonial voyages by discouraging growths of wild yeasts and bacteria.
Given our modern pandemic, our beers were also consigned to export containers and maiden voyages. So we revisited this historical style, and brewed an IPA with a modern English hop profile. Not widely used in these Colonies – UK Target, Progress and Challenger hops help impart an herbaceous spiciness and earthiness to The Maiden.
As we enjoy a quart (or three) sequestered in our own hinterlands, we hope The Maiden whispers to us with the weight of history something of the past and the considered social distancing of “The Colonies.”
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OG 1.060 / IBU 30 / ABV 6.5
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It’s been 69 days since we welcomed dine-in patrons at Turtle Mountain, and we were all eager to see your faces and hear how all of you were doing in this uncertain time. We will re-open on Monday, June 1st at 11 am to welcome you back inside Rio Rancho’s Neighborhood Brewpub Since 1999. Thanks for all of your support and generosity since March 19th, and we look forward to once again taking care of your food and beverage needs!