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Ready to rock: Rock Canyon sets grand opening date

The beers are now flowing out in Tijeras. For the past three weeks, Lizard Tail Brewing’s Rock Canyon Taproom in Carnuel has been operating in a soft opening mode. That all changes this Saturday when they will have the grand opening celebration. The party includes live music all day, headlined by The Real Matt Jones at 7 p.m. New tap hand ...

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Weekend Beer-cap: Adventures in the frozen north with metal and stouts

Cheers to Metal Monday at Tumbleroot! It can be hard for all of us down in Albuquerque to join Luke for a beer in Santa Fe, but Monday was Veteran’s Day observed for all federal, state, and local government entities, which left me with a day off and a chance to finally attend a Metal Monday at Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery’s Agu ...

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Rowley Farmhouse Ales brings back Blackest Friday for the good of all

We know we can’t safely drink all of these in one day, but damn, are we tempted. As the cold chill creeps across the windshields of our state, we Nuevo Mexicanos tend to head indoors, finally abandoning the patios we’ve held onto through the fall. Winter is finally here, and the eves of pumpkin beers and brut experiments are soon be ...

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Searching for craft brews in the heart of Manhattan

The Ginger Man is an old-school bar with a modern craft beer list. Greetings, beer fans! Normally, this blog is dedicated to all of the great beers produced in New Mexico. But, once in a while, Stoutmeister allows us to babble on about some of our trips to other lands, near and far. I had the pleasure to visit New York City (NYC) a few months a ...

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The Week Ahead in Beer: Kilt Check celebrates hard-earned 2nd anniversary

Greetings, New Mexico craft beer lovers. Stoutmeister here with The Week Ahead in Beer. This column covers all the breweries in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties, with Santa Fe’s seven breweries, one in Los Alamos, one in Moriarty, one in Red River, and one in Las Cruces also joining the party. Stoutmeister puts on his serious face to hand ...

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Weekend Beer-cap: The one where we shout about stouts

Bow & Arrow stole all the flavor and put it in the Breakfast Bandit. A pair of delicious seasonal stouts appeared on tap for International Stout Day last Thursday, and to the surprise of no one, of course I went and tried both of them. First up was Breakfast Bandit, the latest in Bow & Arrow’s series of pastry stouts. Checking in ...

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Beer Notes: Yet another taproom is on tap for NE Heights

This building on Tramway near Paseo del Norte will soon host a Boese Brothers taproom. As a public service, anytime we publish a story about one new brewery or off-site taproom opening, questions appear about any additional ones coming down the pipeline. As a public service, here are some tasty beer notes with info on what is on tap for Albuque ...

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Red Door takes aim at an eastern town with a serious lack of craft beer

We borrowed this image from Red Door since we have never been to the bowling alley that will house the new taproom in Clovis. Red Door Brewing has set its sights a bit further east than ever before. The brewery’s next taproom will not even be in Albuquerque, but instead in a town that has no local brewing of its own. “I was in Clovi ...

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