Even as growth in the craft category slows, a number of craft outfits are continuing to pour money into costly expansion projects. Just this week, a trio of regional breweries announced plans to expand with facility upgrades and new taproom locations.
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35 Fire Place
Santa Fe, NM 87508 United States
- New Mexico's original craft brewery, Bringing the spirit of the southwest to drinkers near and far. Santa Fe Brewing Company is New Mexico's oldest and most award-winning microbrewery. We brew in Santa Fe, serve in our taprooms in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and distribute around the southwest. We're known for our iconic flagships like Santa Fe Gold, State Pen Porter, and Happy Camper IPA, but we always have something new and exciting on tap or up our sleeves. Easygoing and ready to explore; rooted in New Mexico, hand-crafted, sustainably canned, and up for adventure.
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Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC) is excited to announce that they have transitioned all of their everyday beers to cans, discontinuing all 12 oz. bottle packages effective immediately.
Another great homegrown-hopped beer is coming to Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC), and once again, we couldn’t be more excited to support local! Amalia hops, one of the two hop varieties, native to New Mexico, was recently harvested from Santa Fe Brewing Company’s hop farm and found it’s way into Santa Fe’s favorite Nut Brown Ale. Soon, it will be available to the state’s supporters of the local craft beer scene and all things grown locally.
New Mexico’s own homegrown beer is here! Neomexicanus-1 or Neo-1, one of the two native New Mexican hop varieties from Santa Fe Brewing Company’s hop farm was recently harvested and dry-hopped into a beer. Soon, New Mexico will be getting a taste of something truly local.
Oktoberfest season has triumphantly returned to Santa Fe Brewing Company, with the Southwest’s favorite Fall seasonal, Oktoberfest! We couldn’t be happier for this malt-forward brew to bring in the season which celebrates tradition and beer! With its time-honored mild hop profile and classic malt bill, our Oktoberfest is a tribute to the original Märzens served at Ludwig I’s wedding.
Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC) has gotten lucky once again! New Mexico’s oldest and largest brewery recently snagged another key member for the SFBC dream team. After a long search, the very talented brewer, Noah Tuttle, was welcomed aboard on February 1st. Noah has worked in the craft beer industry for the past 7 years.
Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC) excitedly announces the opening of our new concert venue, The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing Company. Most recently known as Sol, SFBC plans to breathe new life into the venue, resurrecting a once vibrant space for locals to gather for great live music. “We are really excited to take over the space. Santa Fe needs more solid music venues, where locals can go and catch great live bands. We want to bring back the energy of the big acts like the days of old,” owner, Brian Lock, said.
Santa Fe Brewing Company excitedly announces the release of our brand new winter seasonal, Adobe Igloo. Our newest canned product, this classical spiced Winter Warmer is a New Mexico-style ale with a hearty malt body and slight caramel sweetness. The touches of cacao nibs and New Mexico red chiles round out the subtle flavor of this 6% brew.
Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC) is ecstatic to bring back the holiday tradition of “12 Beers of Christmas.” For the last 4 years, the brewery has held a special release of limited small batch beers brewed by individuals from both the homebrew community, as well as employees of the brewery. As the name implies, each day, for the 12 days leading up to Christmas, a new holiday-inspired beer is tapped at two of the brewery’s chosen taprooms for the public to enjoy. But be sure to get there early because these beers disappear faster than Santa up a chimney.
Santa Fe Brewing Company (SFBC) is excited to welcome new Brewmaster Bert Boyce to the team. Boyce has worked in the brewing industry for 20 years, at breweries ranging from Sudwerk in Davis, CA to the Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams). While with Sam Adams, Bert spent 4 years as the Brewing Manager for the R&D brewery in Boston, during which time he tested many new brewing techniques and equipment designs, as well as developed several new beer styles.
The Santa Fe Brewing Company is thrilled to bring back their Fall seasonal, Oktoberfest. This malty Märzen is our ode to the German festival favorite. Here in America it’s perfect for those cooler days as the seasons change from pilsner to stout, and the leaves from green to orange and yellow.
On July 11, the Santa Fe Brewing Company is excited to release a brand new year-round beer: Santa Fe Brewing’s answer to a session ale, the Santa Fe Gold.
This week the Santa Fe Brewing Company is excited to announce that it will be releasing the 2015 vintage of Single Barrel Sour Ale.
Just in time for spring, this Irish Red Ale will bring out the malt-lover in all of us. Using a subtle blend of American and Noble hops, this beer is a harmonious anthem to malty goodness.
Year Round Beers
|Nut Brown||Brown Ale|
|State Pen Porter||Porter|
|Pale Ale||Pale Ale|
|Chicken Killer Barley Wine||Barley Wine|
|Happy Camper I.P.A.||IPA|
|Java Stout||Imperial Stout|
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