The group toast at WinterBrew, which was a blast of a festival once again.
It’s been a week now, and the dust has finally settled on another successful WinterBrew. New Mexico beer enthusiasts have been back, hard at work, with memories (hopefully) of many great beers, plenty of new friends on their Facebook rosters, and a slew of crazy pictures on their cellphones. From the beer, to the food, to the superbly decorated booths, all breweries, cideries, and vendors really brought it to make this year’s sold-out WinterBrew one of the finest festivals to date.
Open, open, open …
Typically, WinterBrew tradition holds that the shattering of the first glass on the concrete floor marks the beginning of the end. Usually, it signifies the start of the slow and steady march of festers through the doors, on their way out to find their cabs and DDs, to head home to warm beds and/or warm pizzas. That’s usually around 8:30 p.m. But not so on Friday. This year’s festival of foam began with a crash. It
Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew
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