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Palmer Brewery had to put big projects on hold in 2020

We’ve all missed hanging out with Rob Palmer as much as he has missed all of us. (Photos courtesy of Palmer Brewery/Left Turn Distilling)

I recently pinned down Rob Palmer for a short Zoom interview for the Look Back/Look Ahead Series. I have to admit, it is difficult for me to start these interviews. It’s basically just such a crappy time for everyone and it’s hard to know what to even say. It’s also hard to end these interviews because I seem to get emotional signing off when I miss seeing everyone so much. The brewing industry in this town is such a caring, tight-knit community. Even seeing these folks inside the breweries when I interview them is tough, since we can’t be inside there with them!

When I last caught up with Rob, things were really rolling. They were in the process of opening up two offsite taprooms along with partner Left Turn Distilling. Imagine getting ready to open two new places (one up north in Raton, and one in Old Town Albuquerque) almost simultaneously —

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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