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The Week Ahead in Beer: Raise your horns to a decadent decade of La Cumbre

Greetings, New Mexico craft beer lovers. Stoutmeister here with The Week Ahead in Beer. This column covers all the breweries in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties, with Santa Fe’s eight breweries, one in Los Alamos, one in Moriarty, one in Red River, one in Silver City, and one in Truth or Consequences also joining the party. Stoutmeister p ...

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Gravity Bound stays grounded heading into 2021

Gravity Bound’s large outdoor seating area has come in handy during the pandemic. Back in March, our friends at Gravity Bound were planning their soft opening to celebrate finally sharing their refreshing beer with the New Mexico craft brewing community. We all know what happened next, but the brothers and co-owners, Cameron and Chris ...

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Pretentious Beer Co | Hopetimism

Well gang, earlier today the world learned that the 2021 Tennessee Winter Beer Fest was canceled. Being as we’re a part of that board, I can tell you that it was not taken lightly by the group. We’re certainly living through some challenging times. However, those we surround ourselves make all the difference. We’ve got an incr ...

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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. ...

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New Beer Friday 12/4/20

There's no mystery here. Great beers for all tastes are dialed in and ready to go for you. If you missed my post from Tuesday, the last beer in our charity collaboration series is pouring right now at Fisher. Thanks again to Fisher , 2 Row, TF and Epic for making these beers happen. Fisher - Rye-On Mikey : This is the final collaboration in o ...

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Virtual Beer Tasting & Sitcom Trivia w/Comic Cure at Human Village

Online: Rich from Human Village Brewing Co sent information about Virtual Beer Tasting & Sitcom Trivia w/Comic Cure scheduled for Wednesday, December 16 from 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm. Rich says… This is an online trivia event, hosted by Human Village Brewing Co and Comic Cure. The event ticket includes a four pack of beer, each of which ...

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High and Dry Brewing is staying aloft in their sophomore year

A new brewhouse and a new crowler machine have helped keep the brewery afloat. (All photos courtesy of High and Dry) Just as High and Dry were successfully celebrating their second anniversary with live music and a packed taproom (remember those?), the world came to a screeching halt. Sounds like an epic party, right? No, no, it was COVID &h ...

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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 ...

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Ben Tolkan Lived the Dream, Honored With a Beer

In the mid-to-late-aughts, before Churchkey, we know, we know, beer-centric bars and restaurants were few and far between. One of them was Georgetown’s Pizzeria Paradiso, and oftentimes you’d see Ben Tolkan behind the bar, cracking jokes and slinging beers. Tolkan went on to be Brooklyn Brewery’s District representative, and t ...

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North Peak Brewing Launches Beer Gives Us Hope

Dexter, MI – North Peak Brewing Company is enlisting the help of craft beer drinkers to share Hope this holiday season. The brewery  has launched a ‘Beer Gives Us Hope’ photo contest. The winning submission will be  printed on the 6-pack carrier of their new Brut IPA. “Hope was designed and brewed exclusively ...

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