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Sidetrack Brewing finds being small can be big in advance of its 6th anniversary

Sometimes being small can be a big advantage, as Sidetrack Brewing learned over the past year.

The general belief that the smaller breweries were taking the brunt of the pandemic has not quite proven to be the case, as we have learned for this go-around of the Look Back/Look Ahead Series. Take Sidetrack Brewing, for example, where things seem to be thriving rather than struggling as they prepare for their sixth anniversary this Saturday.

I sat down with co-owners Dan Herr and Anne O’Neill, and head brewer David Kimbell, to recap the year that was and preview what is to come in 2022.

It was not easy surviving 2021, but Sidetrack managed to pull through and come out ahead.

“I think just like everybody else, just day by day, (we’re) trying to keep up with all the different changing rules, all the different demands and expectations of customers,” Herr said. “It was all confusing and chaotic. Every time we seemed to settle in and it started to seem kind of familiar, oh, we kn

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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