CVB is a craft brew gem in the desert! It is kinda hidden in a rather industrial area and the building in which it is housed is rather unsuspecting. Went on a Saturday evening for a couple pints and a tour. We were joined by 4 others in a very laid-back atmosphere. Brewery is small and the tour isn't long, but when you see the top-of-the-line equipment, the knowledge and effort of the staff, and taste the product, you'll be impressed. LOVE the Monumentous and the Sessions IPA. Our guide overheard me talking about my beer tastes and he disappeared for a moment...then reappeared with a special brew that wasn't on the official tasting room taps: "Monument on Fire", which is brewed with guava, mango, roasted New Mexican hatch chiles and habaneros. I was so grateful to him for the gesture and because the beer was fantastic! This brewery has a strong emphasis on the farm-to-table approach, which is evident in the quality of their beer. Tasting room is moderately spacious and the facility is pretty new. No real food, just beer here. Not a lot of brewery swag and would like to see them expand on this (beyond growlers, t-shirts, and hats). If CVB ever starts selling in Ohio, I'll be the first in line!
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