A couple enjoying some BBQ in front of the Santa Ana Star Center.
It started out as a perfect summer day at the 12th Annual Pork & Brew at the Santa Ana Star Center. There was just enough cloud cover and sun to make the start of this event perfect. Getting out of our car, the wonderful smoky aroma hit us immediately. We usually fuel up on food first, but we had a feeling the delicious local BBQ would totally trash our palates for the beer so we headed over to the craft beer tents. Four breweries were featured in this event — Kaktus, Red Door, Turtle Mountain, and Cazuela’s.
Hello, brewer Mike Campbell (right) and the Cazuela’s staff.
Our first stop was at Cazuela’s, where they offered a Beergarita (5% ABV), a better version of the ‘rita beers that are so popular at the supermarket lately. It was a blend of one of their beers and margarita ingredients that seemed to be very popular at this event. They also had their Acapulco Gold Mexican Lager (6% ABV), Piedra Del Fuego Stoned Cream Al
Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew
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