Santa Fe, NM – 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. He started on the packaging line at Oskar Blues and became Head Brewer/GM at the Oskar Blues production facility in Brevard, NC. He’s certainly no stranger to a massive brewhouse!
General Manager, Alana Jones, had this to say about Noah, “I couldn’t be happier to welcome Noah to our team. His high level of experience and his passion for quality make Noah a perfect fit for the team we are building to take SFBC to the next level.”
Originally from California, Noah has always loved beer and everything to do with brewing science. His passion for cooking and homebrewing has ultimately led him to his new position here at SFBC. As Brewing Manager, Noah will oversee both comprehensive brewing and cellaring efforts, all the while building a great brewing team.
When asked what he wanted to focus on in his new position, he said, “Really, it’s all about the small details. And so my focus is on starting with the raw materials and working with them at each little step throughout the whole fermentation process. I really believe we can enhance the quality of the product through those small details. The beer itself is already great. The quality is really good right now. But if you can make 100 tiny improvements, it makes a much better product overall.”
About Santa Fe Brewing Company:
Santa Fe Brewing Company is New Mexico’s oldest brewery, distributing beer throughout New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Nevada, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana, and Utah. All of the beers are brewed, canned, and bottled on site in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Year round favorites include Happy Camper IPA, Imperial Java Stout, Santa Fe Pale Ale, Santa Fe Nut Brown, State Pen Porter, Hefeweizen, Chicken Killer Barley Wine, Black IPA, and Santa Fe Gold. Seasonal styles include Freestyle Pilsner, Oktoberfest, and the all-new Adobe Igloo.