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Blue Corn Brewery sailed through smooth waters in 2015 and now aims for big waves in 2016

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Greetings from Santa Fe! Luke here with another entry in the Look Back/Look Ahead Series. Recently, I met with brewers James Warren and Kyle Yonan of Blue Corn Brewery to see how their 2015 went and find out what’s in store for craft beer lovers in 2016. We talked about all the changes they saw, the shuffling of management, fun beers they made, and the big beers that are currently in the works.

It was just after 3:30 p.m. on a Thursday, and I found the duo in the brewhouse, just finishing up. Not a word needed to be said. It was clear to everyone that it was time for a booth, a beer, and a chat with the Dark Side. In the bar, the winter sunlight pierced the windows at such an angle that made the shadows run long and far, and from it, the copper tanks gleamed, stirring my stainless steel heart (this view always does). We grabbed a spot in the big booth and ordered a round of Stranger Than Fiction, a Belgian IPA similar to Duel’s Fiction, but … stranger?

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Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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