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Checking in on all the forthcoming breweries and taprooms frozen in place

Brewer David Facey inspects his new equipment. (Photo courtesy of Sobremesa)

Back when I interviewed the Bow & Arrow Brewing staff about their new canning line, co-owner Shyla Sheppard said that the forthcoming Rambler Taproom in Farmington has been placed on indefinite hold. It made sense, not having a patio and all, but it ended up getting all of us in the Crew wondering about what other places that were expected to open in 2020 have been frozen in place by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gravity Bound Brewing was supposed to open in late March, but had to delay that until things began to open up again, and is now going strong on Third Street north of Lomas. Other future breweries and offsite taprooms have remained in limbo amid the shifting rules that come with each public health order. Here, to the best of our knowledge, is where all the forthcoming breweries and taprooms are right now.

Fully open

In the pre-pandemic days, the Crew had been invited to check out the B2B Garden Brewery on Com

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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