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Checking in with Blue Corn Brewery during the era of COVID-19

Things have been quiet of late for one of Santa Fe’s older brewpubs.

What’s up with Blue Corn Brewery? That’s been the gist of many of the questions I’ve received lately about one of Santa Fe’s elder breweries. For a while, during the thick of the pandemic, they had remained open at their south side location for takeout only, forgoing the chance to open up their large dining rooms and patio spaces to the public at the various percentages as allowed by public health order.

For a good while, you could get your Blue Corn fix of food and beer to go, but toward the beginning of August, it seemed like almost all at once, their doors had closed for good, all social media went dark, and kegs were drying up at various off-site accounts. The website merely said, “Closed for renovations.”

Well, OK, I suppose what better time to close the brewpub for renovations than a time like this? It wasn’t worrisome, until someone in the industry asked me if Blue Corn was still going

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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