Whether you just had a hard day hitting the links or you’re relaxing after a week slaving over a hot keyboard, there’s nothing like a cold, refreshing beer. Tonto offers drafts and bottles from around the world in a variety of styles to quench your thirst and complement our cuisine. From pilsners to stouts, we’re proud to pour all of them.

Beers of the World

Draft Beers 16 oz.

  • Coors Light 5
  • Sam Adams Seasonal 6
  • Four Peaks Kilt Lifter 6

Domestic Bottled Beers 5

  • Bud Light
  • Miller Lite
  • Michelob Ultra

Because Tonto Bar & Grill believes in providing a quality food and beverage experience, we offer organic, gluten-free and local beers.

Hand-crafted beer, made with traditional methods in small batches by independent brewers, can enhance your dining experience and expand your palate. Each brewery takes great care in creating artisan products with rich flavor profiles. The beers we selected to complement our menu and provide a satisfying addition to your meal.

Canned beer tastes fresh from the brewery. Oxygen and sunlight (UV rays) are the two most harmful elements to beer. Cans protect the beer and the environment because they are 100% recyclable. Every can of beer has a water-based polymer lining to prevent metallic taste transfer. We recommend pouring the beer into a glass to release its aromas and enhance the taste.

Ales 6

Ales are made with a strain of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) that ferments at higher temperatures (60-75° F). It’s called a top-fermented strain because it generally produces a visible and robust pillowy mass during fermentation. Ales are generally more flavorful, medium- to heavy-bodied, and may produce fruity or spicy esters. As such, they can be more aggressively hopped, depending on the style. Ales vary in range between 2 to 10% alcohol by volume, with some styles rivaling the strength of wine.

    • Blue Moon Belgian White Ale
    • Lagunitas IPA
    • Grand Canyon Sunset Amber
    • Mother Road Tower Station IPA, pint can 8.

Lager 6

Lagers are made with a strain of yeast called Saccharomyces carlsbergensis. This strain ferments at a much lower temperature (45-55° F) and settles to the bottom of the fermentation vessel, producing a crystal-clear, light-bodied, clean-tasting beer free of the esters associated with ales. Lager literally means “to store” in German, and these beers were generally stored at near-freezing temperatures for many months, lending further clarity and milder, clean flavors. Most lagers are 3.5 to 8% alcohol, with a few examples reaching 10%.

  • Pacifico
  • Modelo Especial
  • Stella Artois

Gluten-Free  5

  • Angry Orchard Hard Apple Cider

Non-Alcoholic 5

  • St. Pauli Girl