Deadbeach Brewery

Step into this trendy brewpub and you’ll swear you were teleported straight to a beachside cantina. Deadbeach Brewery transports you to a laidback, vacation-mode state of mind, with beachy decor like surfboards and murals and a breezy outdoor patio reminiscent of a Baja beach bar. The real stars here are the brews themselves – they perfectly blend elements of traditional Mexican flavors with innovative brewing techniques. The Bruja Negra, a black ale with hints of chocolate, cinnamon and dried chile, is a local staple, but keep your eyes peeled for their rotating selection of creative seasonals.

Address: 1811 N Piedras St, El Paso, TX 79930

Tin Tan Steel & Tow Yard Brewing

Take one step into this quirky brewery and you’ll see why it’s earned a reputation as one of El Paso’s most eccentric craft beer destinations. The unique space is set in an, you guessed it, former steel tow yard, blending an industrial grit and a funky, desert vibe. Here, brewing is an art form, with the Tin Tan crew constantly pushing boundaries and experimenting with daring ingredient combinations. A local favorite is the Sonora Gose, an unfiltered sour ale brewed with pink sea salt, key lime, and zaatar spice – a refreshing sipper best enjoyed on the brewery’s sunny outdoor patio.

Address: 3546 Murchison Dr, El Paso, TX 79923

Old Sheepdog Brewery

Old Sheepdog Brewery has been wagging its tail in Las Cruces for over a decade, and lucky for El Pasoans, they’ve recently opened a satellite taproom here in the Sun City. True to its name, this place takes a classic, down-to-earth approach to craft brewing, with a focus on perfecting time-honored ales and lagers using traditional brewing methods. While the beer menu is straightforward, the flavors and quality are anything but simple. Be sure to order a flight to taste multiple styles, like the fan-favorite Fra-Cho Border Dog stout brewed with chipotle peppers and local Mexican chocolate.

Address: 200 S Copia St, El Paso, TX 79901

Blazin’ Brewery

Brew fans with an adventurous palate, this one’s for you. Blazin’ Brewery fully embraces El Paso’s fiery food culture by incorporating an array of peppers and spices into their craft beers. Sink your teeth into bold, borderland-inspired brews like the Rattlesnake Smoker, an intense smoked jalapeno porter, or the Scorpion Crush, a mouth-tingling mango habanero IPA. If you can’t stand the heat, cool your palate with the Dragon’s Milk, a fruited ale with blackberries, raspberries and locally-sourced honey. Pro tip: Blazin’ hosts a popular wing night, so swing by on Wednesdays to complement your spicy suds with an equally fiery chicken wing feast.

Address: 1418 Bessemer Dr, El Paso, TX 79936

Five Points Bistro & Craft Brewhouse

This trendy brewpub in the Kern Place area is quickly becoming an El Paso hotspot, earning rave reviews for both its house-made beers and its upscale, chef-driven food menu. The brewmasters here are all about quality over quantity, serving up a rotating selection of seasonal and limited-release beers spanning a range of styles from German-style Oktoberfest lagers to barrel-aged imperial stouts. For a full experience, opt for one of Five Points’ famous beer flights paired with their signature bacon and goat cheese Brewhouse Burger or honey habanero chicken wings.

Address: 4610 N Stanton St, El Paso, TX 79912

Aurellia’s Bottle Shop Brewpub

This buzzing bottle shop and microbrewery in Downtown El Paso gives you the best of both worlds – a pour-it-yourself beer wall stocked with over 50 local, regional and global craft brews, plus a cozy brewpub serving up award-winning house beers. Make it a tasting tour and explore Aurellia’s diverse menu of West Texas-inspired ales like the caramelly San Jorge Amber or the citrusy Rio Bravo IPA. Be sure to pair your brews with shareable plates from their smoked meats, flatbreads and tacos menu for the full Aurellia’s experience.

Address: 107 N Stanton St, El Paso, TX 79901

Bowie Bakery & Brews

This family-friendly craft brewery doubles as an artisanal bakery, making it a favorite for all-day beer runs among El Paso locals. In the mornings, Bowie opens as your neighborhood coffee and pastry purveyor, pouring freshly brewed coffee and serving up flaky croissants, apple fritters and more from their on-site bakery. As the day wears on, draft handles replace espresso taps to reveal Bowie’s rotating selection of homestyle beers, from their flagship Phillipp’sAmber to seasonals like pumpkin spice lagers and cherry wheat ales. With its sunny patio and kids play area, it’s the perfect pitstop for frothy brews and comfort bites.

Address: 2599 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79902

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