Brewery entertainment in New Mexico
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Come to this former Route 66 service station for patio dining, lots of local microbrews and 20-somethings hanging out. You can even mix up your own batch with the help of one of Kelly's brewmasters – but you have to come back two weeks later to bottle it.
This crowded hangout rotates more than 25 microbrewed ales, from Taos Green Chile to Doobie Rock Heller Bock, to complement hearty bowls of Wanda's green chile stew and sushi on Tuesday. Live local music, from acoustic guitar to jazz, is usually free.
Railyard; 2nd Street Santa Fe's favorite brewery is the perfect spot to stop for a pint after a long hike. It serves handcrafted English-style beers – brewed on the premises – and also offers a hearty selection of better-than-average pub grub. Sit outside on the big patio or inside the brewery. There's live music nightly. We like the newer Railyard location better than the original.