TAPROOM & TO GO MENU

We’re reaching back to our roots (well, 1/2 of our roots, anyway) to create a new and exciting brewery menu, deeply influenced by the flavors and character of Puerto Rico. We created City Built to blur the line of what a brewery can be, and for us, nothing shows that more than our decidedly non-traditional brewhouse fare.

Don’t settle for yet another brewery sandwich. Something new is waiting at City Built Brewing.

Picadera (Appetizers)

Pastelillos 7
Puerto Rican Pasties Stuffed with Spiced Ground Beef • Mayu Collazo

Bori Balls 8
Traditional Puerto Rican Rice Croquettas (with Bacon & Spiced Beef) • Sofrito Cream

Tostones 7 (v, gf)
Fried & Smashed Green Plantains • Mayu Collazo

Queservesa 10 (v) 
Warm Beer Cheese • Spokes (Wheat Duros) • Tortilla Chips • Substitute Fresh Vegetable Slices 2

Chips & Salsa 6 (v, vg, gf) 
Tortilla Chips • Mild Child, Medium or Hot A.F.

Red Pepper Chicken Salad & Hummus 10 (gf) 
Black Bean Sofrito Hummus • Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Chicken Salad • Tortilla Chips • Substitute Fresh Vegetable Slices 2

Principales (Entrees)

Bistec 18 (gf)
Marinated 10 oz Flank Steak • Medium Rare •  Herbs & Oil • Sofrito Butter • Beans & Rice • Garlic Green Beans

Camarones Mofongo 16
Fried & Smashed Plantains • Charbroiled Shrimp • Lardons • Creamy Seafood Bisque • White Rice

Longaniza y Lechon 18 (gf)
Longaniza Spicy Sausage • Smoked pulled Pork • Pickled Cabbage • Beans & Rice • Sunny-Side Up Egg*

Jibarito de Barbacoa 17 (gf)
Braised Beef Cheek Sandwiched on Plantains • Lettuce • Tomato • Garlic Mayu Collazo • Onion • Chips & Salsa

Pollo Asado en Mojo 20
Citrus Garlic Marinated Chicken Quarter • Choice of Tortilla • Traditional Puerto Rican Rice • Tostones

Tacos

3 Tacos with Chips & Salsa or Substitute: Traditional Puerto Rican Rice, Beans & Rice, Tostones, Bean Salad or Spokes for 3, or a Side Salad for 4

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Lechon Pork 10 (gf)
Smoked Braised Pork Shoulder • Pickled Veggies • Queso Fresco • Cilantro

Pollo Asado en Mojo Chicken 10 (gf)
Shredded Oven Roasted Chicken • Citrus Garlic Marinade • Black Beans • Pickled Pineapple & Corn Slaw

Camarones Shrimp 12 (gf)
Charbroiled Adobo Shrimp • Fresh Mango Slaw • Cilantro

Barbacoa Beef Cheek 14 (gf)
Braised Beef Cheek • Onion • Jalapeño • Cilantro

Boriqua Chopped Cheese Beef + Queservesa 10
Cheesy Picadillo Puertorriqueño (Spiced Ground Beef & Beer Cheese) • Lettuce • Tomato • Spanish Onion • Cilantro

Picadillo Vegetal Vegetable Hash 10
House Vegetable Blend • Bean Salad • Queso Fresco • Cilantro

Sopas y Ensaladas (Soup & Salad)

Sopa del Dia 4
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Ensalada Fresca Fresh-Ass Salad 10 (v, gf)
Pineapple Avocado Vinaigrette • Cabbage • Romaine • Toasted Pumpkin Seeds • Onion • Black Beans • Corn • Carrot • Queso • Cilantro • Half Salad 6 • Add Shrimp 5 • Add 5 oz Steak 5

Ensalada y Sopa Combo 10
Soup of the Day with a Half Portion of Our Fresh-Ass Salad • Add Shrimp 5 • Add 5 oz Steak 5

Kids Menu

Served With Your Choice of Spokes, Tortilla Chips, Carrot Sticks, Fresh Fruit or Traditional Puerto Rican Rice.

Chicken Drummy 6 (gf)
Seasoned Roast Chicken Leg

Quesadilla 6
Chicken, Pork or Cheese • Monterrey Jack Cheese • Flour Tortilla

Taco 6
Pork or Chicken • Monterrey Jack Cheese • Flour Tortilla

A TASTE OF OUR HISTORY

Puerto Rican Cuisine has its roots in the cooking traditions and practices of Europe (mostly Spain), Africa and the native Taínos. But we think the heart of Puerto Rican cuisine is the hospitality.

“I tell a story about my grandfather,” says owner Ed. “He used to pick up friends of my father’s at the airport in Puerto Rico, many of whom he’d never met before. As is customary, he would first take them back to his and my grandmother’s home, where she would prepare a delicious meal for them.

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San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1941, Courtesy of vintage.es

“One evening, after picking up a family at the airport, taking them home, feeding them a delicious meal, he noticed that they were looking a bit uncomfortable at the table. Finally, he asked, ‘So, who are you?’

“The man looked at my grandfather blankly, and said his name. My grandfather raised his eyebrows. As it turns out, the family had been waiting at the airport for a cab to bring them to a hotel down the road. My grandfather had been so welcoming and insistent that they ride with him that they just followed along, and were treated to my grandmother’s famous cooking by happy accident.”