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Rowley Farmhouse Ales resets in 2020 and looks forward to hanging out again in 2021

RFA is working towards a brighter 2021

If you’ve been following along with our Look Back/Look Ahead Series, you may have gathered by now that 2020 has been a rough year for the brewing industry. For the last 10 months, I’ve been following closely with the Santa Fe craft beer industry, doing my best to keep up with how our guys have handled capacity changes and closures, and how they’ve kept the lights on, and the doors open (when they could), during this rough year.

Back in October, I sat down with the John Rowley and then brand-new head brewer Mike Donovan to find out how they’ve been doing, and what they did to get through the hardest year for, well, everyone’s business.

From left, assistant brewer Marcus DiFilippo, “Mayhem Coordinator” Elissa Ritt, master bartender Ebbie Edmonston, head brewer Mike Donovan, assistant brewer Tyler King, and brewmaster John Rowley pose for their forthcoming album cover.

Well, it’s been a long time since October. A lot has happened. A lot

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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