Beer is brewing New Mexico’s economy

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Beer is brewing New Mexico’s economy

State’s craft brewers pack $265M punch
Santa Fe Brewing Co. is one of the few New Mexico breweries that offers beers in cans.
Red Door Brewing Co. owners Matt Biggs, right, and Jeff Hart discuss their plans while setting up a new brew house and taproom in Albuquerque. Dozens of breweries and taprooms have popped up in New Mexico in recent years, and state lawmakers say the burgeoning industry has the potential to boost economic development.
Although New Mexico’s microbrewery industry is small compared with other states, it is known for producing unique products like green chile beer, said Chris Goblet, New Mexico Brewers Guild executive director, during a tour of Tractor Brewing Co. in Albuquerque.

Beer is brewing New Mexico’s economy

Santa Fe Brewing Co. is one of the few New Mexico breweries that offers beers in cans.
Red Door Brewing Co. owners Matt Biggs, right, and Jeff Hart discuss their plans while setting up a new brew house and taproom in Albuquerque. Dozens of breweries and taprooms have popped up in New Mexico in recent years, and state lawmakers say the burgeoning industry has the potential to boost economic development.
Although New Mexico’s microbrewery industry is small compared with other states, it is known for producing unique products like green chile beer, said Chris Goblet, New Mexico Brewers Guild executive director, during a tour of Tractor Brewing Co. in Albuquerque.
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