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Brew Lab 101 sees its business model pushed into overdrive in 2020

Things are looking up over at this young Rio Rancho brewery. (All photos courtesy of Brew Lab 101)

Every now and again, while writing stories in our annual Look Back/Look Ahead Series, we get surprised.

This year, with all the doom and gloom of the pandemic, we kinda feared those surprises.

And then, along came Brew Lab 101 Beer & Cider Co. brewmaster/co-owner Scott Salvas.

“2020 was a good year for us,” he said, quite seriously, in a recent Zoom interview. “Some of our summer numbers were better than last year. Even with the COVID stuff going on, the brand was still growing.”

Wait, what? 2020 was a good year? Well, there ya go, a surprise.

Salvas was not joking around, not over exaggerating, not anything of that sort. His Rio Rancho brewery has grown by leaps and bounds in its second year of existence.

“2020 started really solid for us,” he said. “Coming out of the normal winter slowdown, we were getting pretty busy in February and early March, expecting a really good season once pati

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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