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Dogwood Sports Bar & Grill
3603 Dogwood
El Centro, CA 92243


Current Lineup

Ballast Point Brewing - Mango Even Keel
Style: Session Ale
ABV: 3.80%     IBU: 40.0

Our Mango Even Keel is the ideal beer for easy drinking. This hoppy, sessional ale gets a flavor boost from mango, which perfectly plays off of the citrusy hop bouquet. With fruit, hops, and a low ABV, this beer is truly on another level.
Ballast Point Brewing - Pineapple Sculpin
Style: American IPA
ABV: 7.00%     IBU: 70.0

Hopped in 5 different stages, this beer has flavors of apricot, mango and lemon. But this isn’t your regular Sculpin IPA - this verison has the addition of 100% fresh pineapple pure to create a new twist on an old favorite.
Ballast Point Brewing - Sculpin
Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 7.00%     IBU: 70.0

Our sculpin IPA is a great example of what got us into brewing in the first place. After years of experimenting, we knew hopping an ale at five separate stages would produce something special. The result ended up being this gold-medal winning ipa, whose inspired use of hops creates hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors, but still packs a bit of a sting, just like a sculpin fish.
Coronado Brewing Co. - Orange Avenue Wit
Style: Witbier
ABV: 5.20%     IBU: 19.0

This So-Cal take on a traditional witbier honors Coronado's main street, which is home to our brewpub and was once lined with orange trees. Bolstered by orange zest, coriander and orange blossom honey, its Belgium by way of Coronado. Expect a refreshing, light-bodied brew rife with citrus zing and a hint of earthy spice.
Firestone Walker Brewing Co. - 805
Style: Blonde
ABV: 4.70%     IBU: 20.0

It’s not a unique idea, but one that everyone on the Central Coast understands… Call something “805” and it means local. As a regional craft brewer we have always known that the closer the beer is to where it was brewed, the fresher it is. In fact since 1996 our brewery has been built on fresh, local beers for the Central Coast…. so we created a beer just for our locals in the “805”.
Julian Hard Cider - Pearanormal
Style: Pear Cider
ABV: 6.99%     IBU:

Karl Strauss Brewing Co. - Red Trolley
Style: Irish Red Ale
ABV: 5.80%     IBU: 17.0

We brew it with a half ton of caramelized malts for a rich copper color and toffee flavor. After adding the perfect mix of hops for balance, we warm ferment the beer to bring out a hint of dried raisins and currants. The complexity of flavors makes Red Trolley Ale a hearty and truly enjoyable beer.
Lagunitas Brewing Co. - IPA
Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 6.20%     IBU: 46.0

A well-rounded, highly drinkable IPA. A bit of Caramel Malt barley provides the richness that mellows out the twang of the hops.
Mike Hess Brewing - Grapefruit Solis
Style: American IPA
ABV: 7.50%     IBU: 100.0

Big SD style IPA bursting with Real Grapefruit added two times to the brew.
Mother Earth Brew Co. - Cali Creamin' -- NITRO
Style: Vanilla Cream Ale
ABV: 5.20%     IBU: 21.0

One of our most popular beers ever, this light cream ale has a malty backbone thanks to some flaked corn and honey malt. A medium bodied cult classic, it is sure to woo the ladies, but also flavorful enough to satisfy the dudes. You’ll swear you were drinking a cream soda…but tricks are for kids.
Stone Brewing Co. - Arrogant Bastard Ale
Style: American Strong Ale
ABV: 7.20%     IBU:

This is an aggressive ale. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to safer and more familiar territory-maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it’s made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beverage will give you more sex appeal. Perhaps you think multi-million dollar ad campaigns make things taste better. Perhaps you’re mouthing your words as you read this.
Stone Brewing Co. - Go To IPA
Style: Session IPA
ABV: 4.80%     IBU: 65.0

For Stone Go To IPA, we are embracing our hop obsession in a new way, funneling an abundance of lupulin-borne bitterness into a "session" IPA delivering all the fruity, piney character of a much bigger IPA. To accomplish this, we employed "hop bursting," a new technique wherein an irrational amount of hops is added during the final phase of the brewing process to coax out extreme flavors and aromas,