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LIttle Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery Menu Image

Hours: Mon-Thu: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri-Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Sun: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery has a downtown restaurant & tasting room in Silver City, NM, as well as a seasonal location in the Gila Wilderness.

Our Beer

Be sure to check out our facebook page and website for details on live music. Our brewery focuses on beer brewed in classic style. No gimmicks, no tricks, just beer the way it's meant to be tasted. We love the amazing variety of craft beers on the market these days and believe in presenting our beers as the best in traditional styles without distraction. We offer a rotating selection of our own craft beer, which include Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Pale Ale, NM Brown, and Porter, with many seasonal offerings available as limited release. We also proudly offer craft beers from other parts of the state of New Mexico - just ask about our Guest Tap Offerings.

Our Spirits
Our hand-built copper still produces small batches of craft spirits. The first Micro-Distillery in southwest New Mexico, Little Toad Creek hand crafts vodka, rum, whiskey and a variety of liqueurs. Our Green Chili Vodka makes the world's best bloody Mary. The Spiced Rum, with its house blend of spices is perfect for a Tropical Cocktail. Our Distiller's favorite is the aged whiskey, "Sapo Grande" - so, ask about availability of the Sapo Grande, it sells out fast!

Specialty Cocktails
If you knew the ingredients in our house-made mixers you would dare to call our specialty cocktails healthy! No high-fructose corn syrup for you … try a few! -Wild Rita - Jalapeno Rita - The Toad House Bloody Mary - Lemon Drop Martini - Lavender Lemon Drop Martini - Chocolate Martini.

New Mexico Wines

The first grapevines planted in what is now the state of New Mexico were brought in 1629 to Senecu, a Piro Indian pueblo south of Socorro, by Fray Gracia de Zuniga, a Franciscan, and Antonio de Arteaga, a Capuchin monk. The cuttings brought by the missionaries were a variety of Vitis vinifera, commonly called the "mission grape." This variety is still grown in New Mexico today. Historians think it is a European variety from Spain, called Monica. The tradition of wine making is strong throughout the state and we bring you a variety of wines from the different regions. elicious Entrees or Fine Pub Grub - From chipotle alfredo fettuccini, to hand-breaded pickle spears, to house-smoked salmon we’ve got something creative and delicious just for you!

Mon-Thu: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri-Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Sun: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Silver City, NM (Baja AZ - Greater Region)