The oldest brewery in town is throwing a party this June, and it’s gonna be BIG.
The answer to the question of what is the oldest brewery in Albuquerque is apparent the moment anyone walks into Canteen Brewhouse, what with the 25th anniversary signs plastered everywhere.
It has been a long road from the early days brewing in the back of the Il Vicino location in Nob Hill to the current brewery, so to take stock of it all, I sat down with head brewer Zach Guilmette and general manager Jamie Schwebach in one of our last Look Back/Look Ahead Series interviews for 2018-19.
“We saw continued growth last year,” Jamie said. “Having the patio redone was a huge help. We were able to showcase the beers Zach was making. I think we’ve had a lot of fun with a lot of different styles of beer.”
“The beer is the beer, but you can’t succeed without good service, someone who is connecting with the community,” Zach added.
Head brewer Zach Guilmette with his pride and joy, High Plains Pilsner.
Zach and Ja
Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew
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