When looking at a valley that passes through dramatic mountain ranges, the Ute likely called it “poo-paca” (meaning ‘footpath’), a word that early Spanish explorers likely misheard as “Poncha”. To us, Poncha Springs has become the footpath for our lives. We brew Señorita as a tribute to the traditional Spanish drink we love to sip while looking out at Poncha Pass, pondering the history of this great place.
Señorita pours a deep dark brown with an off-white head. The beer hits the palate with vanilla, sweet chocolate malts, and a hint of cinnamon; all with a medium body and balancing hop bitterness.