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Adapting is key to Casa Vieja’s continued success in this crazy year

A little flight on the patio has been a big hit for many people at Casa Vieja during this turbulent year.

Another year is coming to a close, and what a year it has been. It’s difficult to even approach this year’s Look Back/Look Ahead Series, because don’t we all really only want to look ahead? And yet, we might sort of be afraid to at the same time. In some ways, there’s not a lot more for people to talk about, other than how to hang on to survive. However, there are lessons to be learned in all this craziness. Gary Socha, owner/brewer at Casa Vieja, has remained flexible, and that is advice that could be useful to all of us in these times.

First off, I wanted to make sure the Casa Vieja family is all doing well, and Gary said they are. They are all healthy. Business-wise, having a great patio has made a big difference for them. In fact, Casa Vieja has not been able to always keep up with the demand for beer, relying on guest taps when they run out of their own brews. His custom

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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