Santa Fe Brewing Co. is New Mexico’s original craft brewery; bringing the spirit of the southwest to drinkers near and far. In 1988, three cowboys with some used equipment, a high tolerance for risk, and a dream to make something that tasted more like beer than water started the brewery with their first pale ale. Santa Fe Brewing Co. has been crafting, canning, and conducting general experiments with malt, barley, hops, and water ever since. Read More
American IPA • Santa Fe Brewing Co.
Reluctant IPA is a American IPA by Santa Fe Brewing Co. that has 5.0% ABV.
- ABV: 5.0%
- Calories: 150 (Estimated)
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