Los Alamos Beer Guide: Your Los Alamos guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Los Alamos

66 /100 145 CENTRAL SQUARE
“Staff lays claim to the busiest of the three locations. The beers are fair, and it's the best bet for some craft on draft in town.“
Sammy 627 days ago
70 /100 163 CENTRAL PARK SQUARE
“Visited here in late May '19 while on vacation. Located at the end of a strip mall near some of the areas dedicated to the Los Alamos National Historic Park. Nothing fancy inside, a long bar, a few tables, some outside seating. Have about a dozen or so of their own on tap, all the common styles represented, the Porter and Irish Red were both pretty solid. Friendly barkeep, talkative locals. Not bad at all.“
PorterPounder 867 days ago
80 /100
Pajarito Brew Pub (Restaurant)
614 TRINITY DR
“Visited here for lunch on a Sunday in late May '19 after a visit to Bandelier National Monument. Located in a strip mall, nothing fancy to the decor, warm and inviting. Has a huge selection of New Mexico beers and surrounding states, at least 30 or so, many different styles. Only complaint is the way the beers were listed on the board without the brewery name. Burgers seem to be the specialty, also have plenty of sandwiches, I went with a Reuben and was quite happy. Great local crowd, lots of interesting stories in the unique town. Definitely worth a visit if you find yourself way up here.“
PorterPounder 873 days ago
42 /100 163 CENTRAL PARK SQUARE
“Weird to be the first reviewer of a place that’s been around for years. I’ve been to BR a handful of times, plus sampled some brews at an event. Nondescript facade at the end of a strip mall. Plenty of parking. Fairly comfortable, butt always seems to be standing room only with lab personnel and the occasional tourist. Dog friendly patio in back. No table service; you must order from the bar if you can manage to not be ignored, not easy to do. I hear there are appetizers sometimes, but you can bring outside food , and there is a Mexican restaurant next door. Six or eight of their own brews on tap, never the same lineup twice. Kind of steep, six to seven bucks for a pint or less; if you join the co-op, you get a dollar off each draft. The thing is, except for Hoppenheimer IPA, everything I’ve tried is pretty awful. Not sorta ok, but pour it out in the grass bad. Stout: chalky and phenolic. Saison: muddy and bandaid. Cider: jet fuel. You see the trend.“
maltdog 1589 days ago
64 /100
Dixie Girl (Restaurant)
1789 CENTRAL AVE
“One of better dining options in LA; full service bar. Pub area with regular Geeks Who Drink events on Thursdays and Meetup happy hour on Fridays.“
marzenloverNM 3034 days ago
60 /100
Pajarito Brew Pub (Restaurant)
614 TRINITY DR
“A welcome addition to the -Los Alamos scene. Will likely mature and get better with time. Lots of beers to choose from but would benefit from greater variety of styles to choose from. Minimal beer knowledge apparent in wait staff.“
marzenloverNM 3034 days ago
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