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Palmer Brewery and Left Turn Distilling at last open their Taproom at Old Town

The signs are lit and the doors are open at The Taproom at Old Town.

For the first time in, well, ever, Old Town has a local taproom among its many businesses. The Taproom at Old Town is now open, and I stopped in for a quick visit on Thursday afternoon, along with a slew of other industry personnel.

The Taproom at Old Town is located at 546 Romero St. NW, which is basically right off the southeast corner of the intersection of Mountain and Rio Grande. Its neighbors include that cool fountain that tourists take pictures in front of, the Albuquerque visitor center run by the city, and Little Anita’s. If that location sounds familiar to some, you probably visited the building when it was the Candy Lady for many years, before that Old Town institution moved a few blocks to the east.

Locals and tourists figure to flock here.

It was a long-term, long-awaited project from the guys behind Palmer Brewery and Left Turn Distilling. I managed to grab a rather happy Rob Palmer for a

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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