The Week Ahead in Beer: Marble celebrates all women, moms included

Posted: May 8, 2019 by cjax33 in The Week Ahead in Beer
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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 Truth or Consequences also joining the party.

Stoutmeister puts on his serious face to handle The Week Ahead in Beer.

Stoutmeister puts on his serious face to handle The Week Ahead in Beer.

Did we lose anyone last weekend? It was a wild one. No Crew members were overly harmed at the Slayer show, but yeah, we were all pretty sore and somewhat hard of hearing the next day (it was totally worth it). Anyway, nothing like that this weekend, since after all, Sunday is Mother’s Day. If you would like to celebrate with mom, or perhaps just any of the beer-loving women in your life, head to Marble 111 for the Women’s Fest, which runs from 2 to 8 p.m. There will women performers on stage, including musicians Kelsey Manning, Melissa Rios, and Stephanie Hatfield, plus local poets. Women-owned vendors will be present, including Two Stoned Betties, Enchanting Soap Collection, and Spellbound Syrups, plus a portion of the day’s proceeds will go to Barrett House Foundation, which is dedicated to helping end the cycle of homelessness for women. The best part? It’s free to attend.

On the new beer front this week, there are a few options to check out. Bosque now has Spacelion IPA on tap and in cans at all locations, including Restoration Pizza, and it also unveils Rebble Pebble, a brown ale made with Cocoa Pebbles cereal. Boxing Bear brings back Super Cereal Hazy IPA on Friday. Canteen has a new batch of Social Capital with raspberries and vanilla. Cantero has Critical Mass Radler available Thursday. Differential has a fresh batch of Dark Lager. Kaktus has more Amber and Blonde Ales. La Cumbre brings back Strawberry Gose on tap and in cans this Friday. Marble is feeling the season with Kentucky Juleps and Rita, a margarita-inspired gose. Quarter Celtic soars with Coaxium IPA. Sidetrack has more Buzz Bomb and Pale Ale available. Steel Bender brings back ETTU Brut IPA before the Ides of May. The 377 drops a Hefeweisen and a German Pilsner.

Up in Santa Fe, Blue Corn has more Scotch Ale available. Second Street has a limited supply of barrel-aged Chin-Gose left over from Cinco de Mayo.

Continue reading for all the news that is fit to blog for the week of May 6.

To break down each “capsule,” I listed the brewery (with Web page linked), its phone number and hours of operation. Under “Beers” are the new or seasonal beers on tap for this week.

Albuquerque metro area breweries

Ale Republic — (505) 281-2828

(Open daily 11 a.m.–9 p.m.)

Beers: Bug Juice, Blonde, Brown Bear Brown, Trail Head DIPA, Lone Wolf. We got an update! Blonde returns along with Trail Head and the Brown Bear. Lone Wolf is described as an American light ale.

News: Ale Republic is now open for lunch seven days a week.

Alien Brew Pub — (505) 884-1116

(Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.–midnight, Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–2 a.m., Sunday 10 a.m.–midnight)

Beers: Call the number above for details on any small-batch beers currently available. They change frequently. The rest of the lineup is from the Sierra Blanca/Rio Grande family of beers.

Bistronomy B2B — (505) 262-2222

(Mon–Tues 4-9 p.m., Weds noon-9 p.m., Thurs–Sat noon-9:30 p.m., Sun noon-9 p.m.)

Beers: Contact the brewery for an updated list.

The Blue Grasshopper — (505) 896-8579

(Noon to 11 p.m. most days, call for more info)

Beers: Contact the brewery for an updated list.

Live Music: Bands perform from 6 to 9 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday. Click the link for the schedule.

Boese Brothers Brewery — (505) 382-7060 (brewery); (505) 821-0752 (brewpub)

(Brewery hours: Mon–Thurs 3 p.m.–midnight, Fri 3 p.m.–2 a.m., Sat noon–2 a.m., Sun noon–10 p.m.; Brewpub hours Mon–Thurs 3-10 p.m., Fri 3 p.m.-midnight, Sat noon-midnight, Sun noon-10 p.m.)

Beers: Dr. Strangehop XPA, Duke City Lager, Washington’s Hatchet, Super Kreak, TruBlu Pilsner, Cascade Grenade, Märzen, Zeus Juice, Prickly Pear Sour. The Zeus Juice, a white IPA, makes its triumphant return. The Prickly Pear Sour is the most recent addition.

Events: Friday—Indoor Art Market, 6 p.m.

Bombs Away Beer Company — (505) 554-3204

(Hours: Mon–Sat noon–10 p.m., Sun noon–8 p.m.)

Beers: BABC IPA, Willie Pete Wit, Low Order Porter, Proximity Pilsner, Actuator IPA, Hazy Chain DIPA, MK Deuce Pale Ale, All Clear! (Apple Beer), Dunkelweizen, Spring Lager, Demolition Lager, Picatinny Porter, Rye Saison, Condition Red Ale, K98 Kolsch. The most recent additions are the K98 Kolsch, Condition Red, Picatinny Porter, and Rye Saison. Before those came the Spring and Demolition Lagers, plus this is a new version five of Hazy Chain.

Bosque Brewing Company — (505) 508-5967 (Nob Hill Public House), (505) 361-1876 (Bosque North), (575) 571-4626 (Las Cruces Taproom)

(Nob Hill: Mon–Weds 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Thurs 11 a.m.-midnight, Fri–Sat 11 a.m.-1 a.m., Sun noon-11 p.m.; North: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun noon-10 p.m.; Las Cruces: Sun–Thurs noon-11 p.m., Fri–Sat noon-midnight)

UPDATED >>> Beers: Driftwood Oatmeal Stout, Open Space Haze, Bosque Cider, Resto Hazy Pale Ale, Take on Mead, Mango Mujer, W’Altbier White, Re Re’s Shandy, Old Man Jameson, Bringing Pickleback, Spacelion IPA, Rebble Pebble. The most recent additions are Old Man Jameson, Bringing Pickleback, Spacelion IPA, which is also available in cans, and Rebble Pebble, which was made with Cocoa Pebbles cereal. Before those came the Re Re’s Shandy, Mango Mujer, and the cleverly named W’Altbier White. Open Space Haze is now an almost year-round offering on tap, much like Driftwood.

Bow & Arrow Brewing — (505) 247-9800

(Mon-Weds 3–10 p.m., Thurs 3–11 p.m., Fri 3 p.m.-midnight, Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–9 p.m.)

Beers: (House) Fringe Jacket (Saison), True Aim (Scotch Ale), Denim Tux Lager, Nomadico IPA, Savage Times Sour IPA, Visionland Amber Ale; (Seasonal) Strawberry Amigo Sour, Churro Bandito, Saison Buzz, Cake Bandit, Rad Vista Pilsner, Comet Dust Hazy IPA, Gold Bandana Bohemian Pilsner; (bottles only) Coyote Cool, Desert Revival, Cosmic Arrow. The anniversary beer, Desert Revival, a barrel-aged raspberry sour, is available in bottles along with Coyote Cool (Red Saison) and Cosmic Arrow (Brett Saison). The most recent additions were Gold Bandana Bohemian Pilsner and Cake Bandit, an imperial German chocolate cake stout. Before those came Comet Dust Hazy IPA, Rad Vista Pilsner, and Saison Buzz, a coffee-infused saison.

Boxing Bear Brewing Company — (505) 897-2327

(Brewery: Sun-Thurs noon-10 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; West Downtown Taproom: Sun-Thurs noon-10 p.m., Fri-Sat noon-midnight)

Beers: Standing 8 Stout, Red Eye Lager, Hazy Featherweight IPA, Bulldog English IPA, Black and Blue Milk Shake, Murkito Hazy Pale, OktoBEARfest, Mosaic Mountain IPA, Brut German Pilsner, MavBear Brett Hazy IPA, Barrel-Aged Chocolate Milk Stout (taproom only), New MexiKolsch. First, take note that Black and Blue Tart is now a year-round beer. The most recent additions are the Brut German Pilsner, BA Chocolate Milk Stout, New MexiKolsch, and MavBear, a collab with Marble. Super Cereal Hazy IPA returns on Friday at both locations.

Weekly Events: Today (Wednesday)—Geeks Who Drink, 8-10 p.m.

Broken Trail Brewery & Distillery — (505) 221-6281

(Uptown Tasting Room: Mon-Thu noon-10 p.m., Fri noon-midnight, Sat 10 a.m.-midnight, Sun 11 a.m.-9 p.m.)

Beers: Otero ESB, Lone Pine Pilsner, Sancho Saison, Pepe the Mule, Double Black, Trailworks IPA, Arroyo Blanco Wheat, Goathead Red. OK, fine, Pepe the Mule counts as a beer, even though it is basically a Moscow Mule, but it was made with beer. Double Black is now on tap at all times, and that is a good thing.

Canteen Brewhouse — (505) 881-2737 (brewery), (505) 200-2344 (taproom)

(Brewery: Sun–Thurs noon–10 p.m., Fri–Sat noon–midnight; Taproom: Open daily 3–10 p.m.)

Beers: Exodus IPA, Tuttle IPA, Munich Dunkel, Boysenberry Wheat, Cabana Lager, Fill in the Blanco, Coffee Lager, Kolschllaboration, Social Capital. Recent additions include Coffee Lager, Fill in the Blanco, Cabana Lager, and a Social Capital made with raspberries and vanilla. The Kolschllaboration is a collab with Turtle Mountain. Irish Red is available in six-pack cans to go, and now you can get six-packs of Cabana Lager, too!

Live Music (Brewery): Thursday—Tom Bennett, 6-9 p.m.; Sunday—Javier Ortega, 1-3 p.m., The High Desert Playboys, 4-7 p.m.

Weekly Events (Brewery): Today (Wednesday)—Brain Gang Trivia, 6 p.m.

Cantero Brewing — (505) 312-8247

(Mon-Thurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun noon-9 p.m.)

Beers: Cantero Amber, Cantero IPA, Cream Sour, Deaf Dog Brown, Brew-ha-ristra (Red Chile Stout), Cantero Lager, Mango Fria, Jelly Bean Sour, Chocolate Bunny Marshmallow Stout. Cantero brews on a main system for its house beers and a smaller pilot system for its seasonals, so many of those beers will go fast. The most recent additions are the Jelly Bean Sour and CBM Stout. Critical Mass Radler joins the lineup Thursday.

Live Music: Friday—Melissa Rios, 6-9 p.m.; Saturday—Dirty Brown Jug Band, 6-9 p.m.

Cazuela’s Seafood & Mexican Grill — (505) 994-9364

(Open daily 8 a.m.–10 p.m.)

Beers: Papacabra (Double IPA), Acapulco Gold (Mexican Lager), Chupacabra IPA, Piedra del Fuego Stoned Cream Ale, Beer for My Horses (Oatmeal Stout). These are the regular house beers. Call the number above for an updated seasonal list.

Dialogue Brewing — (505) 585-1501

(Mon-Tues 4-9 p.m., Weds 4-11 p.m., Thurs-Sun noon-midnight)

Beers: Belgian Citrus IPA, Sour Raspberry, 505 Lager, Munich Dunkel, Belgian Dark Strong with cherries, Dry Irish Stout, Rising Sun Hazy IPA, Sex Pistol Ordinary Bitter, Blacker the Berry the Sweeter the Juice. The most recent additions are the Blacker, a new sour, preceded by Rising Sun and Sex Pistol.

Live Music: Friday—Surf Lords, 7 p.m.; Saturday—MIXXD Music Festival, 5 p.m.; Tuesday—Karen, GRAL Bros, YOU, Dirt City Radio, 7 p.m.

Differential Brewing — (phone number TBA)

(Mon–Fri 2 p.m.–midnight, Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–10 p.m.)

Beers: Blue Corn Cream Ale, Dark Lager, Irish Stout, Xtra Pale, Wheat Ale, Irish Red. Say hello to the new brewery on 500 Yale SE! The initial lineup includes all the beers listed above. With a 3-barrel system, expect some fairly frequent turnover, though, so we cannot guarantee that all will be on tap at all times.

Flix Brewhouse — (505) 445-8500

(Open daily 11 a.m.-midnight)

Beers: Nebulas IPA, Candy is Dandy, Pale Full of Bricks, Saison De Walt, Marvelous, Scarlet Wit. The Candy is Dandy is a peanut butter cup porter, which we’re sure many of you need in your lives. Nebulas is a hazy IPA. Marvelous is a tasty oatmeal stout.

High and Dry Brewing — (505) 433-5591

(Mon closed, Tues-Thurs 2-10 p.m., Fri-Sat noon-10 p.m., Sun noon-9 p.m.)

Beers: Special Shapes (IPA), Ghost of a Moon (Pale Ale), other taps rotate frequently. The most recent additions are constantly shifting. That’s what happens with a 1-barrel brewhouse, the turnover is pretty constant, but it also means the beer is always fresh! Special Shapes and Ghost of a Moon are on tap at almost all times.

Events: Thursday—Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust Fundraiser, 4-8 p.m.

Hops Brewery — (505) 369-1378

(Sun-Thurs noon-10 p.m., Fri-Sat noon-midnight)

Beers: Dad Joke (California Common), Tipsy Cow (Milk Stout), Warm Scottish Nights, An Irish Tan (English Bitter), Honey Wheat, Chica (Pale Ale), Hop Hill IPA, Tres Lobos IPA, Sourpuss IPA, Los Ranchos Cerveza, All About the Stout. Hops is generating more seasonal offerings, with Tres Lobos, Sourpuss, Los Ranchos, and All About the Stout (an Irish dry) now available.

Weekly Events: Tuesday—Geeks Who Drink, 7 p.m.

Kaktus Brewing — (505) 379-5072

(Mon-Thu 2-9 p.m., Fri-Sat 11:30-10 p.m., Sun 11:30-9 p.m.)

Beers: Oatmeal Stout, German Pilsner, Longhair London Porter, Helles Lager, Maibock, Amber, Blonde, Puddle Stomper IPA, Cider, DjinnJar Kombucha. The most recent additions are Amber, Blonde, German Pilsner, and Maibock, plus Helles Lager and Puddle Stomper are back after a short absence.

Live Music: Saturday—Rocky Navajo and Show Nuff, 6 p.m.

Other Events: Friday—Cafe La Luna: The May Edition, 7 p.m.

Weekly Events: Sunday—Blues Jam, 3-5 p.m.; The Desert Darlings, 6-8 p.m.

Kilt Check Brewing (formerly Drafty Kilt) — (505) 881-0234

(Sun 11 a.m–10 p.m., Mon closed, Tues–Thu 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–midnight)

Beers: Groundskeeper Willie Cream Ale, Wee Beastie Scottish Ale, Campbell Toe IPA, McRojo or No?, Black Sunshine Robust Porter. The Black Sunshine is the most recent addition, and quite the tasty brew.

Live Music: Saturday—Stompit, 7 p.m.

Other Events: Friday—Super Smash Brews, 5 p.m.

Weekly Events: Today (Wednesday)—X-ile Open Mic, 7 p.m.; Thursday—Jam Night, 7 p.m.; Sunday—Tobyriffic Karaoke Show, 3 p.m.; Tuesday—Geeks Who Drink, 7 p.m.

La Cumbre Brewing — (505) 872-0225 (brewery); (505) 916-0787 (Westside taproom)

(Both locations open every day at noon)

Beers: An Extra Slice of Hefen, Helles Lager, The Majestic Stag Scotch Ale, Tres Padres Belgian Tripel, Acclimated APA, El Jugo IPA, Chew & Swallow Oatmeal Stout, Hell Froze Over Brown Ale, Father Nelson, Boysenberry Brut. You can still get cans of El Jugo, Acclimated, and Spring Project Dank. Recent additions on tap include Boysenberry Brut, Chew & Swallow, and Hell Froze Over. The mega hop bomb Father Nelson is back in bottles and on tap for a limited time. Strawberry Gose returns in cans and on tap this Friday.

Lava Rock Brewing — (505) 836-1022

(Mon-Thurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-midnight, Sun noon-10 p.m.)

Beers: Contact the brewery for this week’s offerings. A full-sized brewhouse is now up and running.

Lizard Tail Brewing — (505) 717-1301

(Mon–Weds noon-9 p.m., Thurs–Sat noon-midnight, Sun noon-7 p.m.)

Beers: Contact the brewery for an updated list.

Marble Brewery — (505) 243-2739 (downtown), (505) 508-4638 (Westside), (505) 323-4030 (Heights)

(Downtown: Mon–Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–10:30 p.m.; Westside: Mon–Thurs noon–11 p.m., Fri–Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–10 p.m.; Heights: Mon–Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–10:30 p.m.)

Beers: Cerveza, Abbey Brett, Desert Fog, Cholo Stout, Amber Lager, Not English Pale Ale, Brut Savant, Vienna Exxxtra, Double White Triple Berry, Rita, Kentucky Juleps, Imperial Red (Heights only), Cherry Sour (Heights only), Stout Americano (Heights and Westside only), Malbec Zinfandel Saison (Heights and Westside only), Passionate Gose (Heights and Westside only), From the Wood Saison (Heights and Westside only), Pink Phunk (Heights and Westside only), Blood Orange Sour (Heights and Westside only), Cashmere SMASH (Westside only), Sympathy for the Pork Chop (Westside only). There are so, so many beers between the three locations. Don’t feel bad if you can’t get to them all. The most recent additions are Rita, Kentucky Juleps, Not English Pale Ale, Brut Savant, and Vienna Exxxtra. You can also purchase cans of Cerveza, Imperial Red, Desert Fog, and Stout Americano in addition to enjoying them on tap.

Live Music (Downtown): Today (Wednesday)—Casey Mraz, 6-9 p.m.; Thursday—The Moon Thieves, 7-10 p.m.; Friday—Pherkad, 8-11 p.m.; Saturday—Kyle Martin, 8-11 p.m.; Sunday—Women’s Festival with Kelsey Manning, 2-2:45 p.m., Melissa Rios, 3-4:45 p.m., Stephanie Hatfield, 5-7 p.m.

Live Music (Heights): Thursday—Alex Maryol, 7-10 p.m.; Friday—Kookie Jones and The Groove Maneuvers, 7-10 p.m.; Saturday—Mystic Roots, 7-10 p.m.

Live Music (Westside): Thursday—DJ Ryan Demond, 8-10 p.m.; Friday—Fabulous Martini Tones, 8-11 p.m.; Saturday—Vintage Brew, 8-11 p.m.;

Other Events (Westside): Monday—Sushi Rolling Class, 6-8 p.m.

Weekly Events (Downtown): Saturday—Brewery tours, 2 p.m.

Nexus Brewery — (505) 242-4100 (brewery), (505) 226-1055 (Silver Taproom), (505) 445-1545 (Blue Smokehouse)

(Brewery: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.–9:30 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun 11 a.m.–8:30 p.m.; Silver Taproom: Mon–Fri 4-10 p.m., Sat noon-10 p.m., Sun noon-9 p.m.)

Beers: Tropical Tart, Irish Red, G-Bird Grapefruit IPA. The latest addition is G-Bird Grapefruit IPA, a grapefruit-infused version of Bird of Prey IPA.

News: Rejoice, for Nexus Blue Smokehouse is now open! Located at 1511 Broadway SE, get your BBQ fix with your classic Nexus beers.

Palmer Brewery and Cider House — (505) 508-0508

(Tues–Sat 3–9 p.m.)

Beers: MWA (Malt With Attitude), Guero (Belgian Wit), Pool Session Pale Ale, Cockness Monster (Scotch Ale), Switch Stance Stout. It has been a while since we received an update, so make sure to call for a current tap list.

Ponderosa Brewing Co. — (505) 639-5941

(Brewery: Sun 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Mon–Sat 11 a.m.–11 p.m.; El Vado Taproom: Daily 1-8 p.m.)

Beers: Schwarzbier, Belgian Golden Strong, Coco Puffs Baltic Porter, Doppelbock, English Amber Ale. The Coco Puffs Baltic Porter is a new collaboration with the good folks from the General Mills plant in town. The most recent additions are Doppelbock and English Amber.

Live Music: Saturday—RJ Perez, 6 p.m.

Quarter Celtic Brewpub — (505) 503-1387

(Sun–Thurs 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.)

Beers: Triquerta Trippel, Come to the Dort Side, We’re Gonna Miss the Helles Outta Ya Charlie P, Rosemarie, Marzen, Coaxium IPA. That one beer, a bit of a mouthful, is a tribute to Charlie Papazian, and yes it is a helles lager. The most recent additions are Coaxium IPA, Marzen, and Rosemarie, a rosé ale with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and hibiscus.

Red Door Brewing — (505) 633-6675 (brewery), (505) 990-3029 (downtown taproom)

(Brewery hours: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri 11 a.m. to midnight, Sat 7 a.m. to midnight, Sun 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Downtown taproom hours: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m. to midnight, Sun 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.)

Beers: New England IPA, Blueberry Pie Berliner, Lemongrass Pilsner, Mail Order Russian Imperial Stout, Rickety Cricket. The most recent addition is Rickety Cricket, a green tea raspberry hefeweizen, plus a fresh batch of New England IPA is available. There may still be bottles left of the oak-aged Mail Order, plus the regular version is on tap.

Weekly Events (Brewery): Saturday—Brewery Tours, 1 p.m.; Sunday—The Draft Sessions, 5-7 p.m.

Weekly Events (Downtown Taproom): Saturday—Smash League, 1:30 p.m.; Sunday—Dungeons & Dragons, 4-9 p.m.

Rio Bravo Brewing Company — (505) 900-3909

(Mon noon–10 p.m., Tues–Thu noon–11 p.m., Fri–Sat noon–1 a.m., Sun 11 a.m.–10 p.m.)

Beers: (House) ESB Amber, Dirty Rotten Bastard IPA, Snakebite IPA, Roadkill Red Ale, La Luz Lager, NM Piñon Coffee Porter, Hella’ Fine Pils, El Lobo Rojo, Imperial Kolsch, Lemongrass Wit; (Seasonals) Barley Wine, Blueberry Mint Gose, Marzen, Grab ‘Em By the Putin (Russian Imperial Stout), Blurred Lines (New England-style IPA), Firestone, Velvet Udders, Basket Case IPA, Cherry on Brett, Dunk a’ Chito (Imperial Dunkelweizen), Freak Juice, Beer Against Humanity, Copper Ale, Squirrel Nuts, Apricot Hefe, Send it Pilsner. We have the new breakdown of year-round and rotating tap handles at Rio Bravo. El Lobo Rojo, a cherry wheat brewed for the University of New Mexico athletic program, is available on tap and in six-pack cans. Dunk-a-Chito was inspired by biscochitos, so indulge in this big dessert beer. The most recent additions were Apricot Hefe, Send it Pilsner, Squirrel Nuts (peanut butter hazelnut brown), Copper Ale, Freak Juice, another New England-style IPA, and Beer Against Humanity, a new West Coast IPA.

Sidetrack Brewing — (505) 832-7183

(Mon–Thurs 3–11 p.m., Fri 3 p.m.–midnight, Sat noon–midnight, Sun noon–10 p.m.)

Beers: Co-Mo IPA, Turntable IPA, Pub Ale, Cherry Apricot Tart, Wheat’s Up, Railhead Red, Pale Ale, Buzz Bomb. Welcome back to Co-Mo and Turntable, two frequent hop-forward entries at this station. Pale Ale and Buzz Bomb have also returned.

Cask: Co-Mo and Pub Ale are in the beer engines.

Starr Brothers Brewing — (505) 492-2752

(Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day)

Beers: Starrstruck IPA, L.A. Woman (Blonde), Red Zepplin, Lampshade Porter, Foggy Monocle, 505 Reds Liverpool Ale, StarrLite (Kolsch), There Gose Them Boyzz, Green Manalisihi, Altnonymous. The most recent additions are Altnonymous, an altbier, and the Green Manalishi, a Mosaic pale ale. The 505 Reds was made in honor of the local Liverpool FC supporters group.

Steel Bender Brewyard — (505) 433-3537

(Sun–Thurs 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–11 p.m.)

Beers: (house) Skull Bucket IPA, Red Iron Red, Sparkfitter Amber, Lloyd’s 3 O’Clock Kolsch, Blue Bullet Stout, Compa Los Ranchos Lager, Raspberry Dynamite, Steel Bender Cider, The Village Wit; (seasonals/specialties) Daydream Belizer, Pucker Up Buttercup, The Whole Shoe Belgo IPA, Rosy Nosy; (barrel-aged bottles) Ned’s Sour Pail, Ned’s Sour Pail with boysenberry; (bottle-conditioned bottles) Cinderella Story, The Whole Shoe, CE-1 Cider, Los Ranchos Cider. The most recent addition is Rosy Nosy, a mixed-fruit Berliner Weisse. Before that came The Whole Shoe, Pucker Up Buttercup, a black currant sour, and Daydream Belizer, a Belgian ale with coffee and chocolate. This Thursday, ETTU Brut IPA slices its way back into the lineup.

Live Music: Tuesday—Chain Station, 6-8:30 p.m.

The 377 Brewery — (505) 934-0795

(Open noon-11 p.m. most days)

Beers: The 377 IPA, Red Horse Lager, El CuCuy DIPA, Peach Wheat, Kolsch, Schwarzbier, Belgian Quad, Flanders Red, Ginger Beer, Wee Heavy, Mother Pucker Sour, Milk Stout, Brut IPA, Mantango Pilsner, Hefeweisen, German Pilsner. The Schwarzbier was a bronze medal winner at the Great British Beer Festival. There are often limited sours on tap, but those beers change out quickly.

Toltec Brewing — (505) 890-1455

(Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-midnight, Sunday noon-10 p.m.)

Beers: (House) Agave Wheat, Pale Ale, IPA, Stout, Altbier, Rye Lager; (Seasonals) The Salty Orchard, Vamanos, Toltec Especial, Goddess Warrior. The most recent additions are Toltec Especial and Goddess Warrior, an imperial agave wheat. Before those came The Salty Orchard, a gose made with peach and pear, and Vamanos, a coffee brown ale.

Events: Sunday—Mother’s Day Brunch, noon-3 p.m.

Tractor Brewing Company — (505) 433-5654 (Nob Hill), (505) 243-6752 (Wells Park), (505) 243-6752 (Four Hills)

(Nob Hill: Sun–Weds noon–midnight, Thurs noon–2 a.m., Fri–Sat noon–2 a.m.; Wells Park: Mon–Thurs 3 p.m.–close, Fri–Sun 1 p.m.–midnight; Four Hills: Sun–Thurs 11 a.m.–midnight, Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–2 a.m.; Westside: Sun-Thurs noon-11 p.m., Fri-Sat noon-midnight)

Beers: Acreage IPA, Cowgirl Coffee Stout, Berry Cider, Rosé Cider, Nichols Winesap Cider, Field Beer, Wavey Hour Ale, Waning Wheat, Foggy Mountain Breakdown Hazy IPA, Blood Scotcholate (Wells Park only), Orange Cider (Four Hills only). The most recent additions include Acreage IPA and Foggy Mountain, plus Rosé Cider is back for a limited time. The Nichols Winesap Cider is the first in Tractor’s new seasonal Orchard Series, with 100 percent of the apples used all grown here in New Mexico. Field Beer is one crazy recipe with squash, beans, and corn, made on behalf of Three Sisters Kitchen for the Beer for a Better Burque (BBB) program.

Live Music (Wells Park): Friday—Good Morning Bedlam, 8 p.m.; Saturday—Tremble Weeds, 7 p.m., CW Ayon Duo, 8 p.m.

Live Music (Nob Hill): Today (Wednesday)—Tom Bennett, 7 p.m.; Friday—Andrew Martinez, 6 p.m.; Saturday—Clark Andrew Libbey and Kristen Rad, 5 p.m.

Live Music (Westside): Friday—Keith Sanchez, 6 p.m. Saturday—Gato Malo, 6 p.m.

Other Events (Wells Park): Thursday—Emo Night, 7:30 p.m.

Weekly Events (Wells Park): Monday—Breaking Bad Retro Watch Party, 7 p.m.; Tuesday—Kamikaze Karaoke, 7 p.m.

Weekly Events (Nob Hill): Today (Wednesday)—Writing Wednesdays, 5 p.m.; Monday—Tractor Tune Up, 7:30 p.m.

Weekly Events (Four Hills): Today (Wednesday)—Geeks Who Drink, 7 p.m.; Saturday—Game Night, 5 p.m.

Turtle Mountain Brewing Company — (505) 994-9497

(Kitchen hours: Mon–Tues 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Wed–Thurs 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Sun 10:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Reminder: TMBC closes early when business dictates. Please call.)

Beers: Snakedriver Dry Irish Stout, Table Manners, DoppelEquis Steinundator, The Rauchette, Kolschllaboration. The most recent additions are Kolschllaboration, a collab made with Canteen, preceded by The Rauchette, a smoked marzen, Table Manners, a session Brut IPA, and DoppelEquis Steinundator, both brewed for the recent 20th anniversary party. Yum Yum Breeze will join the lineup sooner than later.

Cask: Tuesday—TBA

Santa Fe breweries

Blue Corn Brewery — (505) 438-1800

(Open daily 11 a.m.–10 p.m.)

Beers: Cutthroat Rye Pale Ale, Gatekeeper IPA, Santa Muerte Collab IPA, Scotch Ale. The most recent additions are Scotch Ale, Gatekeeper, and Santa Muerte, a collab made with Ghost Town Brewing from Oakland, Calif.

Chili Line Brewing — (505) 500-7903

(Mon–Sat 4–11 p.m., Sun 11:30 a.m.–11 p.m.)

Beers: Llorona (Blue Corn Lager), Pinche Guey (Malty) IPA, La Bamba (Dark Smoked Lager), Hugo’s Hef, Tio Coco (Milk Stout), Cherry Poppin (Smoked Sour), Que Picante (Dark Red Chile Lager), Fuego (Juniper and Honey Ale), Brumoso (Hazy) IPA. We got a big update from Chili Line with a slew of new beers available, including Hugo’s Hef, Tio Coco, Cherry Poppin, Que Picante, Fuego, and Brumoso.

Live Music: Every night at 7 p.m.

HoneyMoon Brewery — (505) 303-3139

(Tues-Thurs 1-8 p.m., Fri-Sat 1 p.m.-10 p.m., Sun-Mon closed)

Beers: Camellia Blanco, Camellia Flor, Cereza Negra, Pearsephone. Welcome to the listings, HoneyMoon! This new kombuchery at 907 W. Alameda in Santa Fe is now open. The first two hard kombucha on tap were the Blanco, made with jasmine green tea pearls, ginger, and lemon, and the Flor, which takes all of those ingredients and adds some hibiscus. More recent additions include Cereza Negra, a tart cherry kombucha, and Pearsephone, with pear elderflower.

Live Music: Thursday—Bill and Jim Palmer, 6-8 p.m.; Saturday—Nacha Mendez, 7 p.m.

Rowley Farmhouse Ales — (505) 428-0719

(Open all week from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.)

Beers: Agent Scully – Season Two, Episode Seven (IPA), Germophile (Berliner Weisse), Saison du Sarlacc, Petit Blanche – Galaxy, Steindock’d (Barleywine), Oyster Stoutish, Biere de Mars, Fields of Rye, The Smoking Swede, Arigato Gosemasu. The Agent Scully is a series of IPAs which will vary by hop combinations. We have now moved on to Season Two, where hopefully she isn’t abducted by aliens for a while, leaving RFA adrift with just the saisons to carry the show. The most recent additions are The Smoking Swede and Arigato Gosemasu, preceded by Oyster Stoutish and Biere de Mars.

Santa Fe Brewing Company — (505) 424-3333

(Main taproom: Mon–Sat 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun 2-8 p.m.; ABQ taproom: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.–11 p.m.; Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–midnight; Sun 11 a.m.–10 p.m.)

Beers: Contact the brewery and/or the ABQ taproom for an updated beer list. We know Sunsetter and Pepe Loco are back for a limited time, so get them on tap or in six-pack cans. Another six-pack, Social Hour, is now available, and has replaced State Pen Porter as a year-round beer.

Second Street Brewery — (505) 989-3278 (Railyard), (505) 982-3030 (original location), (505) 954-1068 (Rufina)

(Original and Railyard: Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.–11 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–midnight, Sunday noon-10 p.m.; Rufina: Mon–Sat 11 a.m.–midnight, Sun noon–midnight)

Beers: Kolsch, IPA, Cream Stout, 2920 IPA, Boneshaker Special Bitter, Black Canyon Porter, RBB, Agua Fria Pilsner, Chin-Gose, Kohatu Pale Ale, ISPL. The benefits of having two brewhouses are now apparent as Second Street is loaded with more beers than ever. You can still find Dragon’s Blood, a blood orange sour, in cans, along with staples like 2920 IPA, Agua Fria Pilsner, and Boneshaker. Recent additions include Chin-Gose, Kohatu Pale Ale, and ISPL. There is a limited supply of barrel-aged Chin-Gose left over at all three locations from Cinco de Mayo.

Live Music (Original): Friday—Connie Long & Fast Patsy, 7 p.m.; Saturday—Bill Hearne Trio, 7 p.m.

Live Music (Rufina): Saturday—Leggy, Edward Almost, Holy Garden District, 8 p.m.; Sunday—Escape on a Horse, Francesca Jozette, 6:30 p.m.

Weekly Events (Railyard): Today (Wednesday)—Geeks Who Drink, 8 p.m.

Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery — (505) 303-3808

(Bisbee Tasting Room: Daily 4-8 p.m.; Agua Fria Taproom: Sunday-Wednesday noon-10 p.m., Thursday-Saturday noon-midnight)

Beers: Farmhouse Ale, Sunset Pale Ale, New School IPA, Honey Hibiscus Wheat, American Brown Ale, Dortmunder Lager, Honey Double IPA, TBR (Light Lager), Maibock, Irish Stout (on nitro), Barrel-Aged Wheat Wine (in bottles), Sour Golden Ale (in bottles), Dry Hopped Sour Golden Ale (in bottles), Sour Golden Ale with apricots (in bottles), Sour Brown Ale (in bottles). Stop by the tasting room at 32 Bisbee Court or go all-in at the taproom and music venue at 2791 Agua Fria Street. Recent additions include Maibock, Honey Double IPA, Dortmunder, TBR, and Irish Stout, plus there are new bottles of Sour Brown Ale and Sour Golden Ale with apricots.

Live Music: Friday—Manzanares, 8 p.m.; Saturday—Jeronimo Keith, 8 p.m.

Weekly Events: Today (Wednesday)—Open Mic Night with Jason Reed, 6:30 p.m.

Other breweries you need to visit

Bathtub Row Brewing — (505) 500-8381

(Mon–Weds 2–10 p.m., Thurs 2–11 p.m., Fri–Sat noon–11 p.m., Sun noon–10 p.m.)

UPDATED>>>Beers: Hoppenheimer IPA, Irish Extra Stout (on nitro), American Wheat, Magdalena, Little Bird Blonde, Irish Red, Primo Pils. We are now getting regular updates again from Los Alamos, where the tasty beers are flowing. Hoppenheimer is always on tap, while the rest tend to rotate. The most recent additions are Primo Pils and Irish Red. Magdalena is a pre-Prohibition New Mexico recipe from the Illinois Brewing Co. that existed in early 20th Century Socorro. A guest tap of Sandia Cider is also available.

Picacho Peak Brewing — (575) 680-6394

(Mon–Thurs 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Fri–Sat 11 a.m.–11 p.m., Sun closed)

Beers: We lost our contact at the Las Cruces brewery a while back, so please call the number above for an updated listing.

Red River Brewing — (575) 754-4422

(Mon–Fri 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat–Sun 11 a.m.-11 p.m.)

Beers: Lazy Bear Blonde, Greenie Peak Wheat, Ed Iver Pale Ale, Cat Skinner IPA, Copper Chair Amber, Midnight Meadows Oatmeal Stout, Back Forty Farmhouse Ale, Raspberry Campfire Cream Ale, Amarillo SMASH, Scottish Ale, Bad Medicine Honey DIPA. I recently got the opportunity to give a talk on New Mexico beer history at Red River. The brewery is a lovely space with great food and a friendly staff. The regular Bad Medicine is back on tap after the barrel-aged version finally ran dry. Scottish Ale replaced the Red Deception (Porter). They added 125 pounds of raspberries to the Campfire Cream Ale to make a unique new beer.

Live Music: Saturday—Eryn Bent, 7 p.m.

Sierra Blanca Brewing — (505) 832-2337

(Mon–Thurs 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Fri –Sat 11 a.m.–9 p.m.)

Beers: Cherry Wheat, Peanut Butter Porter, Toasted Coconut Porter, Imperial Stout, Whiskey Stout. The Whiskey Stout is back on tap and in bottles, which is always a wonderful winter treat.

Live Music: Friday—CW Ayon Duo, 6 p.m.

Truth or Consequences Brewing — (575) 297-0289

(Mon–Weds 3-9:30 p.m., Thurs noon-10 p.m., Fri–Sat noon-11 p.m., Sun noon-9:30 p.m.)

Beers: Airstream Ultra, Cosmic Blonde, Irish Red, Buckhorn IPA, Palomas Porter, Dark Skies Oatmeal Stout, Good Juju Brown Ale, Deep Space Dankety-Dank, Cerveza Organica, Paddleboard Pale Ale, Hot Springs Lager, Pomegranate Wheat. Welcome to the listings, T or C! The most recent additions were Cerveza Organica (Pale Lager), Paddleboard Pale Ale, Hot Springs Lager, and Pomegranate Wheat.

Live Music: Saturday—Mystic Spacemen, 7-10 p.m.

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That’s all for this week! If you have any questions or comments, leave them below or contact us on our Facebook page.

Cheers!

— Stoutmeister

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