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Bathtub Row Brewing hopes for a better 2021

Los Alamos’ lone brewery is hoping for brighter days this year. (All photos courtesy of Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op)

Our latest entry for the Look Back/Look Ahead Series takes us back to Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op (BRB), tucked away near the Jemez Mountains in Los Alamos. 2020 was a difficult year for the little brewery, as it was for nearly everyone else in the industry. The business survived intact, thanks to government funding at various levels and a very supportive community, and is hoping for a brighter 2021.

Unlike previous interviews, I conducted this one with the assistant manager Rob Hipwood and head brewer Brandon Venaglia via e-mail. Doing everything virtually is the story of Covid, but it lacks the in-person feel and random conversation turns that a proper interview provides (never mind the beer). The next installment will hopefully be in-person and pandemic-free!

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Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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