Sendero de Cobre
Before the documentary Free Solo, there was Alex Honnold’s ropeless climb of El Sendero Luminoso in Potrero Chico, Mexico. And long before that, there was an established tradition of rock climbers slugging cheap Mexican beer after a long day in the sun. Our bartender Zak is a self-described dirtbag climber who wanted to craft an ever-so-slightly elevated (get it?) Mexican lager that is still eminently drinkable and goes great with salt and a squeeze of lime. Spanish for “copper path,” Sendero de Cobre will give you all of the satisfaction of scaling a mountain with none of the danger. Don’t drink and climb. These easy-drinkers are best enjoyed safely on the ground. 5.3% abv.