Welcome to Comanche Creek Brewing Company
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Comanche Creek Brewing Company is a small family owned microbrewery nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of Northern New Mexico and located just out side Eagle Nest, New Mexico. We offer our take on several beer styles and by utilizing the pristine mountain waters of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, we bring our customers great tasting beer in an incomparable setting . We hope you enjoy our hand-crafted beers the next time you are in Northern New Mexico!
- Homestead Amber
- Touch-Me-Not IPA
- Scully Mountain IPA
- Creekside Blond
- Iron Mountain Porter
- Golden Aspen Oktoberfest
- Gold Rush Kolsch
- Ol' Smokey Ale
- Deadman Pale Ale
Homestead Amber Ale is a full bodied beer made in the traditional German alt (old) style. It provides a sweet maltiness with subtle hop flavor and a floral finish. Homestead Amber is named for a small log cabin located on the Comanche Creek in Northern New Mexico and constructed by the great grandfather of Comanche Creek Brewing Company's founder.
Touch-Me-Not IPA is a tantalizing American sytle IPA flavored with Chinook, Centennial and Cascade hops. This bold IPA is named for the majestic mountain that overlooks our brewery!
Scully Mountain IPA is a robust American Style IPA with over 6% alcohol and 70 IBU's. It is named for the mountain just north of our brewery!
Creekside Blond is a great summer ale; light bodied and nice citrus flavor from a generous addition on Cascade hops!
Iron Mountain Porter is a smooth dark ale that is great for cooler days in our mountain valley.
Our seasonal Marzen style Oktoberfest is a locals favorite. Prost!
GoldRush Kolsh is a great refreshing ale brewed in the style of the beers of Cologne, Germany.
Ol' Smokey is an easy drinking dark brown ale with just enough smoke flavor to make it a great everyday ale.
Deadman Pale Ale is a light bodied pale ale with fragrant hop character. .
When are you open?
Wednesday - Sunday
12pm - 8pm.
How many beers will you be brewing?
We brew a variety beers and ales for you to enjoy. Currently, we have ten taps at the tasting room with rotating beers.
How do I find the brewery?
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How often do yo change up your beers?
Due to our small batch size, we are flexible in the types of beers that we produce. We are continually rotating our beers throughout the year on our ten taps. Also we do specialty seasonal brews, so there is always a variety available.