List of breweries in New Mexico

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Breweries in New Mexico produce a wide range of beers in different styles that are marketed locally and regionally. Brewing companies vary widely in the volume and variety of beer produced, from small nanobreweries and microbreweries to massive multinational conglomerate macrobreweries.

In 2012 New Mexico's 35 brewing establishments (including breweries, brewpubs, importers, and company-owned packagers and wholesalers) employed 90 people directly, and more than 6,400 others in related jobs such as wholesaling and retailing.[1] Altogether 34 people in New Mexico had active brewer permits in 2012.[2]

Including people directly employed in brewing, as well as those who supply New Mexico's breweries with everything from ingredients to machinery, the total business and personal tax revenue generated by New Mexico's breweries and related industries was more than $131 million.[1] Consumer purchases of New Mexico's brewery products generated more than $69 million extra in tax revenue.[3] In 2012, according to the Brewers Association, New Mexico ranked 12th in the number of craft breweries per capita with 27.[4]

For context, at the end of 2013 there were 2,822 breweries in the United States, including 2,768 craft breweries subdivided into 1,237 brewpubs, 1,412 microbreweries and 119 regional craft breweries.[5] In that same year, according to the Beer Institute, the brewing industry employed around 43,000 Americans in brewing and distribution and had a combined economic impact of more than $246 billion.[6]

Historic breweries[edit]

The Southwestern Brewery and Ice Company, founded in 1888, was a historic brewery in Albuquerque, located adjacent to the BNSF railroad tracks in East Downtown. Built in 1899, it is one of the only surviving 19th-century commercial buildings in the downtown area.[7][8]

Illinois Brewery of Socorro, also founded in the 1880s by William Hammel, was a historic brewery in Socorro. It was named after a brewery in Lebanon, Illinois which had been founded in the 1880s by William's father, Jacob Hammel, who had emigrated from Germany with his friend Eberhard Anheuser.[7]

Breweries by location[edit]

Northern New Mexico[edit]

Santa Fe[edit]

Taos[edit]

Central New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque[edit]

Southern New Mexico[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Economic Impact of the Beer Industry: State Legislative & Congressional District Data, New Mexico". The Beer Institute. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "Brewer's Almanac: Active Brewer Permits, 2004 - 2012". The Beer Institute. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "The Economic Impact of the Beer Industry: 2012 Data, New Mexico". The Beer Institute. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  4. ^ "Capita per Brewery" (PDF). Brewers Association. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  5. ^ "Brewers Association Announces 2013 Craft Brewer Growth". Retrieved 14 May 2014. 
  6. ^ "Beer Serves America". The Beer Institute. Retrieved 14 May 2014. 
  7. ^ a b Stott 2014, pp. 15–16.
  8. ^ Soussan, Tania (November 26, 1999). "History Written in Stone". Albuquerque Journal. p. C1. 
  9. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 91–95.
  10. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 95–97.
  11. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 97–99.
  12. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 100–101.
  13. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 102–105.
  14. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 66–70.
  15. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 70–72.
  16. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 72–76.
  17. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 76–81.
  18. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 82–85.
  19. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 85–87.
  20. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 87–90.
  21. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 54–56.
  22. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 56–58.
  23. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 58–62.
  24. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 62–65.
  25. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 20–21.
  26. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 22–23.
  27. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 23–25.
  28. ^ Dyer, Jessica (September 29, 2014). "Il Vicino Brewery becoming Canteen Brewhouse". Albuquerque Journal. Retrieved February 24, 2015. 
  29. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 36–40.
  30. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 25–29.
  31. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 40–44.
  32. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 45–48.
  33. ^ Miltenberger, Mychal; Lord, Kyle; McCoy, Scott (March 16, 2015). "Albuquerque is a hot place to have a cold one". New Mexico Daily Lobo 119 (118) (Board of UNM Student Publications). p. 3. 
  34. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 29–32.
  35. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 48–52.
  36. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 51–53.
  37. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 32–35.
  38. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 106–108.
  39. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 108–111.
  40. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 112–114.
  41. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 114–117.
  42. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 117–118.
  43. ^ Stott 2014, pp. 119–122.

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