The 47th state.
Capital: Santa Fe
Motto: Grows as it goes
Flower: Yucca flower
Bird: Greater roadrunner
Better when you get it from the source
The historical Firestone Company abandoned building constructed in 1949 was restored as a Tap Room with a massive bar, biergarten with stage, large TV screens, game room, front patio, barrel room for meetings and events and a large brewing area with glass windows to allow the public to grab a beer and watch our brewers in action.
Carefully crafted beers including a wide range of styles for every pallet on our 24 tap handles. Handmade root-beer and cream soda along with New Mexico wines available too.
Certified “New Mexico True” , active in community outreach programs, a full service kitchen, catering menu, Happy Hour & late night specials make Rio Bravo Brewing the place to hang out with friends and family.
RBB is not just a brewery; it is a destination.
Pick up your 4-pack, growler or keg for your next celebration. Join our “Adventure Club” where as a member you receive a variety of discounts and invites to special release events.
It’s where we come together. At Bosque Brewing Co., we think of world-class beer as foundational. Everything we are creating and accomplishing is built on beer, this beverage that has brought people together for millennia. Using world-class beer as a springboard, we strive to shed a light on all of the wonderful reasons we are honored to call New Mexico our home. Our aim is to improve our community with the products we craft and the experiences we offer. This is played out in our inclusive community spaces, which bring individuals together over great beer and great conversation. We push the boundaries and norms of craft beer while remaining true to our values and sense of community. We partner with local businesses, growers, and charities to deepen our commitment to the state that has supported our growth for over six years. We look forward to continuing to create revolutionary products and curate spaces where people come to know that they are an integral part of our story.
La Cumbre. (sp) noun. pinnacle, peak, summit
Since 2010, the goal of La Cumbre Brewing Co. has been to produce beers that represent the absolute apex of the art of brewing. Ready for liftoff? “Get Elevated” with our Great American Beer Festival® gold medal hop masterpiece, Elevated IPA.
Founded in 2008 in the heart of downtown Albuquerque, Marble Brewery is devoted to brewing premium craft beer that satisfies the thirsts and discriminating tastes of our diverse and loyal customers. Not only do we brew quality craft beer classics, our fresh cutting-edge specials relentlessly push boundaries and raise expectations. We package a variety of styles and distribute throughout New Mexico, Arizona, Southwest Texas and Southwest Colorado.
High ancient sea ledges, deep rocky canyons, flowering cactus, and desert wildlife—treasures above the ground in the Chihuahuan Desert. Hidden beneath the surface are more than 119 caves—formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone leaving behind caverns of all sizes.
Rising from the heart of the Tularosa Basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico. Great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert, creating the world's largest gypsum dunefield. White Sands National Monument preserves a major portion of this unique dunefield, along with the plants and animals that live here.
Bandelier National Monument protects over 33,000 acres of rugged but beautiful canyon and mesa country as well as evidence of a human presence here going back over 11,000 years. Petroglyphs, dwellings carved into the soft rock cliffs, and standing masonry walls pay tribute to the early days of a culture that still survives in the surrounding communities.
About 1.25 million years ago, a spectacular volcanic eruption created the 13-mile wide circular depression now known as the Valles Caldera. The preserve is known for its huge mountain meadows, abundant wildlife, and meandering streams. The area also preserves the homeland of ancestral native peoples and embraces a rich ranching history.
After leaving Santa Fe, New Mexico and driving about an hour, you enter the landscape of vast vistas, table-topped mesas, tall cliffs, the Rio Chama bordered by huge old cottonwood trees, mountains in the distance and more beauty around every bend in the winding road. “It is not a country of light on things,” said Georgia O’Keeffe. “It is a country of things in light.”
With a history as colorful as the surrounding red and yellow cliffs of the Piedra Lumbre (shining stone), Ghost Ranch offers a diversity of programs and adventure. Open year-round, the Ranch is committed to spiritual development, peace and justice, honoring the environment and exploring family through the celebration of art, culture and nature.
The Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is a remarkable outdoor laboratory, offering an opportunity to observe, study, and experience the geologic processes that shape natural landscapes. The National Monument, on the Pajarito Plateau in north-central New Mexico, includes a national recreation trail and ranges from 5,570 feet to 6,760 feet above sea level. It is for foot travel only, and contains two segments that provide opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, geologic observation, and plant identification.
The Rio Grande Rift is not just the canyon, or gorge, that holds the river, but an area of more than 160,000 square miles reaching from central Colorado almost to Big Bend National Park in Texas. Taos Plateau is part of this ‘rift system’ and lies in the San Luis Basin, which is nearly a hundred miles long and about forty-seven miles wide. The San Luis Basin is one of four major basins created by the faulting and volcanic energy. Some scientists believe that several million years from now the Rio Grande Rift may become an ocean. If that should happen, Taos County residents will have both mountain and ocean views!
Located just off of the famous Route 66 in New Mexico’s arid climes is the Santa Rosa Blue Hole, a natural swimming hole that has a hidden system of underwater caves which were unexplored until 2013.
Like many natural pools of its kind, the Santa Rosa Blue Hole is a small body of water that seems to fill a surprisingly deep hole in the ground with shockingly clear waters. During the heyday of road-tripping families cruising down Route 66, the swimming hole was a popular oasis in the unbroken desert. The deep hole was also a favored spot for scuba divers until two young divers became trapped in the pool’s tight underwater caves. After their deaths in 1976, the entrance to the caves was covered with a metal grate and all but forgotten.
The Brazos Cliffs tower some 3000' above the surrounding lands to the northeast of Tierra Amarilla. The tallest parts of the Cliffs offer up to 2000' of technical climbing/scrambling. The rock is hard pre-Cambrian quartzite. The first technical climb was made on the Brazos Cliffs in 1952 by George Bell, Sr., Virginia Lotz, Don Monk, and K. Bruecknerand when they climbed Easy Ridge. Later that year, George Bell and Don Monk climbed the Great Couloir. Over the next 20-30 years, members of the Los Alamos Mountaineers (LAM) established some 45 routes and major route variations on these cliffs. The LAM website has an engaging write-up on the climbing history of the Brazos Cliffs. George Bell, Sr. wrote an article on the Brazos Cliffs, published in the March 1972 (#639) issue of Trail & Timberline, on which much of this description is based. The cliffs have three main parts, from west to east: (1) the main Brazos Cliffs, (2) the Brazos Box Canyon, and (3) the Encinado Wedge. The main Cliffs are about 2000' tall, and the Cliffs get shorter and steeper as you move east, with the Wedge being about 1000' tall.
Rising high above the surrounding desert, the rock formation known as Shiprock has long been a point of fascination. This striking volcanic plume was formed around 30 million years ago, developing as a plug within the vent of an active volcano. Over time, the rest of the volcano eroded away, leaving the jagged outcrop all alone in a vast expanse of plain. At over 1500 feet, it’s the tallest structure for miles and miles.
Our selection of hand crafted lagers and ales are produced on premies using the finest grains and hops. We brew small batched of about 200 gallons, ensuring that each beer is served at the peak of freshness.
Join us for local pub fare or traditional New Mexican dishes, and enjoy some of the best margaritas and handcrafted beers in New Mexico. Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, we feature one of the best patios, which overlooks the historic and bustling Water St. below.
At Boxing Bear Brewing Company, we truly believe in the word 'quality'. Quality time, quality friends, and of course, quality BEER. Our vision started with 3 friends driven by their passion for beer and a dedication to all things related to it. By brewing with superior ingredients and time-tested techniques, and by offering a great spot to enjoy and learn about our beer - you'll discover what true quality means to us.
Honest and well-intentioned ideas create uniqueness. Our goal of distinction among an ever-crowding field of breweries and taprooms, requires a constant attention to process, communication, and creative risk. Traditionally throughout time, beer has brought human beings together under one roof; to talk, laugh, disagree, and to ultimately realize; as a people, we're more common than different. Desire, ambition, and struggle are shared. These dynamics create our personal needs to shift thinking, evolve efforts, and to finally dream outside of ourselves. This is where life begins! How do we fit and when might we not want to fit? Duel is committed. Find out for yourself wheat this tastes like!
The Santa Fe Brewing Company is the oldest brewery in New Mexico. It is also happens to be the most forward-thinking, environmentally friendly and technologically advanced. Scroll down to learn more about our history, building and tasting rooms. Everything that goes into our beers comes from this big blue and green ball we call Earth, so we do everything we can to keep our environmental footprint small.
Canteen Brewhouse is proud to be Albuquerque’s longest-standing brewery, serving our first beer back in 1994. Over the last 25 years, we’ve won over 150 local, national and international awards, but we’re most interested in our loyal following of folks who share the same passion for great beer. Join us at the Canteen Brewhouse or Canteen Taproom for a pint, or take home a six-pack, crowler or growler. We want you to believe in beer, too!
Enjoy there or take a bottle (or two) home with you.
Founded in 1984, Gruet Winery specializes in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. Family owned and run, the New Mexico-based winery produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based sparkling wines and a small collection of still wines, with roots originating from Gilbert Gruet’s Champagne house in Bethon, France. More than 25 vintages later, Gruet Winery has achieved unprecedented acclaim and remains a favorite of the nation’s top sommeliers.
Stop by our tasting room to enjoy some of the best wines in New Mexico! We make our wine and hard apple cider using only New Mexico fruit. Additionally, all of it is made on the premises, here in Velarde. If you stop by during harvest, you will see us in action!
During your visit, you can choose from 30 different wines to sample. We also keep our hard apple cider on tap, along with NM craft beer, so even if you're not a wine drinker - you won't go thirsty.
We are a kid-friendly and pet-friendly facility, with a walking trail around our vineyards that is full of petroglyphs!
Pronounced (AH-SAY-KE-AH) which is Spanish for irrigation canal. We are located in the old farming village of Corrales, New Mexico, a town settled by French, Italian, and Spanish immigrants that has a long history of grape growing and wine production. Acequia continues this tradition by growing some of the best grapes and making some of the best wines in the Rio Grande Valley.
Our hours of operation are 12 to 5 Thurs. through Sun. e-mail us at email@example.com. We encourage you to come by 240 Reclining Acres Rd. for a taste of our wonderful wines.
Don Quixote Distillery & Winery proudly offers a diverse array of Spirits, Wines, Ports, Extracts and Chocolates each handcrafted using the finest ingredients and old world techniques.
Every wine, spirit, extract and chocolate we produce is handcrafted at either our Los Alamos or Santa Fe facilities. We are a small batch producer that carefully manages each phase of the manufacturing process. Our wines use 100% of each varietal grape called out on the label. In other words, when you buy a Don Quixote Merlot it is 100% merlot from a single vintage - no blending.
We are the only Port producer in America who makes both the wine and brandy in their Port. We feature five Ports and one Sherry each made following old world methods. We are the only Angelica producer in the world who follows the original recipe created by the Spanish Missionaries in NM during the 1500's.
Robert and Barb bought a 14 acre piece of land with 4 acres in alfalfa and contracted most of the work out. Then Robert read the Cadillac Desert (by Marc Reisner, "A Beautifully written and meticulously researched." study of the economics, politics, and ecology of water in deserts of the American West,) and with this reading decided that alfalfa was killing the desert farming with it's high water use and low return in profits. He zeroed in on grapes finding they use 1/5th the water and have a much higher profit margin, something that fit his business minded attitude. They were also difficult to grow. Jaramillo likes difficult; remember his favorite saying “Whatever is the most difficult”.
Luna Rossa Winery is dedicated to producing fine wines. All our wines are produced exclusively with grapes grown in our vineyards located near the town of Deming in Mimbres Valley, New Mexico. Giving us what we need to be among the finest wines. You are invited to come sample and see for yourself. Come visit us and simply taste the wines which display our passion and commitment to growing the finest grapes in the southwest. Our intention is to offer you the best New Mexico has to offer.
Nestled alongside the Columbia River in eastern Washington, Columbia Crest winery opened its doors in the heart of the acclaimed Horse Heaven Hills in 1983. Year after year, the winery maintains its commitment to quality, heritage and innovation in grape growing and winemaking to craft exceptional wines.
From the vineyard to the glass, Columbia Crest wines are an extraordinary expression of craftsmanship. With a large body of acclaim, Columbia Crest winery delivers a steadfast promise with each bottle—world-class wines from a world-class wine region.
This winery is in the fourth generation of development. We are owned and operated by the Aragon family from Northern New Mexico.
Our winery and vineyard is at 7600 feet in elevation which creates a micro climate found no where else. We are nurturing our hybrid varietals to create unique white, red and fruit wines that are indigenous to our region and culture.