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A bountiful year on the Beer Farm will roll over into 2018 for Tractor

The beers were flowing and business was busy again at Tractor in 2017.

Change is the one constant at our local breweries, even the long-established ones like Tractor Brewing. A frenetic 2017 is nearly in the books, so I sat down with co-owner/president Skye Devore, co-owner/brewmaster David Hargis, and marketing director Jeremy Kinter last Thursday to try to sum it all up and preview what is on deck for 2018.

“I always have a hard time remembering,” Skye said. “I’m like what did we do this year, I always feel like we didn’t do anything, but we did a lot.

“We opened a (new) taproom. We went into distribution in El Paso. We did some seasonal cans, that was new and exciting, and transitioned everything to 16-ounce cans except for (Mustachio) Milk Stout. I think that’s all.”

Jeremy added that the recent Stranger Things Arcade Carnival was the single largest event, in terms of attendance and sheer scope, in the history of the Wells Park location.

Yes, this photo of the Stranger Things Arcad

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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