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Spotted Dog Brewery

2920 Avenida de Mesilla

After fifteen years of brewing experiments and research - such as malting, milling, and roasting grain, recreating historical beer recipes, and brewing in his wife's kitchen - Jerry Grandle decided it was time to take things to a new level. In September 2014, the Spotted Dog Brewery opened, run by Jerry and his wife, Susan. The brewery is named after Ryleigh, the family's bluetick hound. Our beers have been enjoyed in many states by family and friends, from California to New York. Now that our doors are open to the public, we are proud to be Mesilla's only microbrewery and gladly share our beers with the Mesilla Valley and its visitors.


Phil C

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Great local joint ! Peanuts on the table, good beer selection inventive menu with great sandwiches. What's not to like......? I had the IPA (nicely balanced) and Deb the Amber Ale (nicely rounded with a nutty finish). My Red Chili Reuben was a taste explosion and Deb enjoyed her Eggplant Parmesan Black Bean Burger. Both the Fries and Onion Rings we're perfectly cooked and not greasy. Caitlyn did a great job of keeping an eye on our table and looking after us. This was a very enjoyable meal.

Shelby Baxter

Saturday, July 14, 2018
Spotted dog is an amazing restaurant and brewery. There is dog friendly seating available as well. Great food. Great beer. Amazing service.

Cheryl Frank

Friday, June 22, 2018
Nice local place, good service. BUT we sat outside and got soaked by the misters. Like, our hair was damp, clothes were wet, had to hide phones deep in purses. Plus, it was realllly loud. I was pretty much screaming my conversation. Okay, but not going to yearn for dinner there again real soon.

Mark Farris

Saturday, July 28, 2018
One of the few beer places I always miss. Great place to cruise to have a glass.

Zack Libbin

Friday, July 20, 2018
Very local, excellent beer. Beer is a bit homebrew style. Excellent food

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