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Second Street Brewery set to close its original location after 24 years

We are gonna miss this old haunt, but at least we know the brewery will continue at its other locations.

Unexpected news hit our inbox on Wednesday afternoon as Second Street Brewery informed us that they had made the difficult decision to close their original namesake location on Second Street in Santa Fe. The final day of business will be April 9.

The good news is that the Rufina and Railyard locations will remain open, and director of art and branding Mariah Scee responded on email that brewing will continue uninterrupted at Rufina. The original brewhouse and its associated equipment to an as-yet-undisclosed new location, though she acknowledged there could be a gap in between the opening of the new spot, which could mean a temporary reduction in seasonal/specialty draft-only beers for a time.

Second Street has been in business at its original spot, nicknamed The Oldery by locals, since 1996. To put that in perspective, it was the year I graduated from high school and th

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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