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Examining the mysterious mysteries of some forthcoming breweries

Things are getting close to opening at Alamogordo’s first brewery in a long, long time. (Photo courtesy of 575 Brewing)

Greetings, all, Stoutmeister here with a random bit of randomness on a rainy, rather metal Friday afternoon. I have recently gotten some inquiries on some of the breweries now listed as having active small brewer licenses with the State of New Mexico, but are not yet open to the public. Here is everything we know up to this point.

575 Brewing, Alamogordo: This is the one brewery that seems to be getting close to opening, as the picture above shows, and the staff is doing a good job of keeping everything updated over on Facebook. We anticipate a December opening at 234 West 8th Street, at which point the Crew might need to find some time to drive south and visit a few other breweries in the area as well (Lost Hiker, Cloudcroft, T or C, etc.).

Boogie’s Brewery and Distillery, Deming: The only updates online suggest things are progressing at this combo facility that is o

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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