Yet another brewery in the ALBQ metro area. typical strip mall sort of atmosphere here however, its well done. Beer was decent even though i didnt rate it. I will give it another shot sometime. staff was very friendly and had lots to say about their beers. I will definately go back to this place before i leave the area.
Thanks to Robbie from Quarters I spent the morning crewing for two balloons at the Balloon Fiesta, and then this place was walking distance from the balloon grounds. First thing you see is the brewhouse itself, open to the parking lot in sort of a strip mall. Then the place itself through a separate door has a long L-shaped bar and a bunch of restaurant tables. Both beer and food were tasty, beers available in flights of six. Both staff and clientele were very friendly. Great stop.
Kind of invisible if you don’t know where to look. Nice interior with plenty of seating and bar space. Excellent service, as tables were not assigned to a single person. We started with a flight of six seasonals, plus a few extras (later, pints), all very good except I didn’t care for the Scottish ale. Our dinners were good, but the proteins (sausage, fish) were severely overcooked. Worth a visit
One of the newer brewpubs in Albuquerque. Decent space with a long bar and plenty of tables. They have 6 year round offerings and 6 seasonals as well. The beers were ok to good (I sampled an IPA, amber, baltic porter, and pale lager). Didn’t order food. There are a lot of brewpubs in ABQ, and I think this one is worth visiting.
Small strip mall tap room, but opens up into a shabby chic bar and drinking area. Food is limited to small noshes, but good. Nice selection of flagship brews, and equal umber of limited/rotating taps. Best damn lager I’ve has in a while!
Nice place with excellent IPAs! I didn’t eat anything but the chips & salsa (heavy garlic-yum)! Plenty of seating, inside and out at the padio. Four big screen TVs if you’re not that into your company. Stop by, you’ll like it!
Win! This was a last minute decision and I’m really glad I made it, mostly. A neat, well put together space in a weird little office park or something, I enjoyed two really good beers and some excellent little food here. I’d definitely be back. My only complaint would be the somewhat aloof service who sometimes ignored, sometimes texted and sometimes nibbled on their own noshes while customers waited. Obviously a local favorite thought. Brewery #697.
First stop of the day. This is in a shopping center in a quiet area not far from the freeway. There is a long bar that goes most of the way across the room and a couple of tables scattered around. They do pints and samplers, as well as food. They have a lot of seasonal beers to pick from if you want some ticks. They have 6 regular beers, 6 seasonal beers, and do flights of 6, so you can try them all for about $14. I want to comment on the food but I can’t since after about 30 minutes of waiting for some pretzel bites the order was cancelled. The beers were OK. Not amazing but not bad, minus the wee heavy.
A smaller place in a shopping center with a nice interior with a large bar in the back and enough room for all. Service was good a bartender was both friendly and knowledgeable. They had 7 beers on which were all available for sample. I did not sample to food on my visit. Price was nice and enjoyed my visit thoroughly.