Large and dark with a stage for live music that we just missed since we got here pretty late. Large tap list but they were out of my top four choices that night, which was a little frustrating. Service was good, the tater tots were tasty, and the beers were varied. A good late night stop.
This easily ended up being my favorite stop in downtown Albuquerque. The inside is large and dim with cool decor and good music playing over the speakers. The atmosphere is inviting and brimming with personality. The crowd is young and hip. I saw a few people come down after the show at the Launchpad I was just at prior. Sister’s tap list is awesome. They have a heavy focus on local beer and La Cumbre and Bosque are making some super high quality stuff. Imports and regional beers round out the selection. Prices are good, especially the dollar off deal on Sunday. We ended up eating here from their small menu. The frito pie and tacos are top notch. Service was good and friendly. I loved this place.
Visited July 2013
I really wanted to like this palce alot however, my experience wasnt bad minus a few things. Bar is huge with 40plus taps. They have some rare beers as well. The service i had was decent-nothing special but nothing bad either. Bar is very dim and hard to see tap offerings unless you read the menu. The patrons here are mostly below 25..so you get alot of hipster/wannabe douches here. WIth that aside, its a pretty decent place but would like to see a shift in the type of people that frequent this place.
Overall, big disappointment. Great selection of export and specialty beers -especially for Albuquerque. We were very excited upon first glance. However, It took about 15 minutes to be served at the bar (despite the slow night) and they were not apologetic. Also they kicked us out without sympathy 30mins before the advertised closing hour. Beer selection was killer, but service and presentation was not. BIG bummer.