After recently releasing their first three beers in December of 2012 (an amber ale, a chili ale, and a blonde), Los Muertos Brewing has just tapped their first beer of the new year - a Pale Ale strong enough to be considered an IPA by most beer enthusiasts.
Named Revenge in an homage to the infamous "Curse of Montezuma," the Pale Ale at Los Muertos is your chance to get even by drinking Mexican beer instead of the water. Like most IPAs, Revenge is higher in alcohol content, packing more of a punch than the already potent line up at Puerto Vallarta’s first brew-pub.
"We're really excited about this first batch of Revenge," says Los Muertos owner and brewmaster, Conner Watts. "As a pale ale, it's pretty darn hoppy, which I think most IPA drinkers will truly appreciate. Our first run of Agave Maria went over really well with Amber lovers, so we're excited to have the Revenge ready for those who like a bit more hop."
Still on the way at Los Muertos Brewing are Mujeriego, a fruit infused ale, and McSanchez, a creamy stout. Accompanying all the beers are the already acclaimed wood-fired pizzas and other traditional pub fare from the brew-pub's restaurant on the second floor.
Beer lovers who vacation/live in Mexico are rejoicing as the craft beer movement in Canada and the US begins to take root in Mexico, a country traditionally dominated by two mainstream beer companies. With the opening of Los Muertos Brewing and the release of Revenge, Puerto Vallarta joins cities like Caba San Lucas, Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Monterrey who now offer more hoppy alternatives to the traditional lagers of Mexico.
Los Muertos Brewing is located at Lázaro Cárdenas 302 in Emiliano Zapata.
Source: Los Muertos Brewing