Santa Fe Brewing
The state’s oldest microbrewery will plant some roots in Albuquerque. The brewery’s new tap house in Albuquerque will be a part of the Green Jeans Farmery, a community-oriented commercial plaza to be constructed using repurposed shipping containers. The SFBC tap house is slated to be two-stories, approximately 3,000 square feet, and will feature two outdoor patios and two bars. Eight shipping containers will be used to build the tap house. The company also plans to debut several specialty beers at the new venue. Like its sister locations in Santa Fe and Eldorado, the tap house will not offer food service, but will allow outside food. As the anchor tenant at Green Jeans Farmery, SFBC says it has found the perfect home for its Albuquerque location – a desirable spot in the city’s brewing district and a project that shares the brewery’s vision for sustainable and eco-friendly practices. SFBC already employs solar panels and repurposes and recycles much of its materials.