For those who love beer and amazing food Santa Fe has it all! From stalwarts like Second Street Brewery to newer breweries such as Rowley's Farmhouse Ales. Brewing in Santa fe has become a serious business and for beer lovers this is great news. With so many breweries to choose from it can be hard to pick one so we suggest trying them all! With new breweries and taprooms opening we're bound to have missed a few. Tell us your favorites!

Second Street Brewery
New Mexico Hard Cider Taproom
Duel Brewery
Santa Fe Brewing Company
Rowley's Farmhouse Ales
Chili Line Brewing Company
Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery
Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
Desert Dogs Brewery & Cider 

Second Street Brewery

1607 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe
1814 2nd St, Santa Fe
2920 Rufina St, Santa Fe
Opened in December of 1996, Second Street Brewery is the first brewery in Santa Fe's city limits. Their objective is to provide local, loyal customers and fresh beer by the pint. With three restaurants a taproom and brewer, second Street covers all of your beer needs including mouth watering burgers. Stop by their taproom for tastings and food.

New Mexico Hard Cider Taproom

505 Cerillos Rd, Santa Fe
Hard Cider that is pressed from New Mexico apple whenever they are available. Partnering with local farmers to find the best apples for their ciders. New Mexico Hard Cider Taproom is a fun friendly environment with pool tables and other games. The perfect place to relax and enjoy a hard cider!

Duel Brewery

1228 Parkway Dr, Santa Fe
This Belgian-Style Brewery focuses on being unique among other breweries. Their goal is to bring people together to laugh, talk or even argue with each other. Taking creative risks and thinking out side of the box is what duel Brewery is all about! 

Santa Fe Brewing Company 

35 Fire Place, Santa Fe
510 Galisteo, Santa Fe
7 Caliente Road, Eldorado
3600 Cutler NE, Albuquerque  
New Mexico's oldest brewery which also happens to be environmentally friendly and even has an underground barrel-cave. Santa Fe Brewing is distributed in 9 other states and is expanding more and more as time goes on. Visit one of four taprooms and you will not be disappointed.

Rowley Farmhouse Ales

1405 Maclovia St, Santa Fe
This independently owned brewery and farm to table pub focuses on rustic and sour ales. Including a long list of beers from all over New Mexico. Serving great food Rowley's is the place to go for local farmhouse ales!

Chili Line Brewing Company

204 N Guadalupe St, Santa Fe
Opened in 2016 specializing in smoked beers, Chili Line is a one man operation and offers a variety of smoked beers. Named after the old railroad Chili Line Brewing Company is the place to go for handcrafted smoked beers.

Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery

133 Water St, Santa Fe 
4056 Cerillos Rd, Santa Fe
Using only the finest ingredients, Blue Corn Beer is brewed in a one-manned seven barrel brew house. Making a total of ten beers, six house beers and four specialty beers. Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery offers great food, family friendly environment and of course great beer.

Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery

2791 Agua Fria St, Santa Fe
32 Bisbee Court, Santa Fe 
Founded in 2015 by Jason Fitzpatrick and Jason Kirkman, Tumbleroot is a brewery and a distillery combined for a unique feel. With a two locations both created to feel like a community hub with live music and local goods for sale! Tumbleroot is the best place to listen to live music with a beer.

Desert Dogs Brewery and Cider

112 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe
With their famous drink the Bell Ringer, a hoppy, unfiltered IPA they are bringing in the people. In a central downtown location they offer over 21 selections of both IPA’s and Ciders, but they do change things up pretty often depending on the stock of fruits and vegetables this season. There is something for everyone at Desert Dogs so when you are downtown stop in and try something new.

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