local brew

graphic by Rory Phillips

Albuquerque Beer is the Scene.

Downtown Albuquerque is a very popular area for many of the “Ale Trail” breweries that have come along in the last couple of years.  In fact, there are currently 6 within one mile of the Mauger Estate!

It seems that springtime is not only bringing daffodils, but a new brewery in every part of town!  We are very lucky at the Mauger Estate B&B to have one of the oldest and most popular very nearby: Marble Brewery (1st & Marble) .

Other nearby stops include:
Ponderosa Brewing (18th & Bellamah in Sawmill District)

Tractor Brewing (4th St. and Hannett)

Rio Bravo Brewing (2nd St. near I-40)

Bow and Arrow Brewing (6th St. near I-40)

Boese Brothers Brewery (6th St. & Gold Ave.) Serves food.

Draft Station (17th & Central), taproom showcasing several local brews

Looking for a great beer, and some tasty bites?  Here are some breweries with food:

Quarter Celtic

Kelly’s Brew Pub

Nexus Brewing

Canteen Brewhouse

The majority of breweries have local food trucks to provide snacks and food.
The New Mexico Brewers Guild is the place to find events and happenings in the beer scene: https://www.facebook.com/newmexicobrewersguild/

And the New Mexico True publication has a great map, but many new breweries have opened since this publication:

Last, but not least, book a room at the Mauger, mention this ad, and receive 10% off (not valid during holidays or special events, no other discounts apply).