They have three locations, a Brewery and Taproom and a Public House that are both in Albuquerque, and a Taproom in Las Cruces. They only brew at the Brewery and Taproom. They have six regular beers and five specialty beers. Samples are $2.00 each for five ounces. They also have 11, 16, and 20 ounce beers as well as growlers to go. They have a 15 barrel system that produces some very good beers. Although their Amber Ale was excellent I thought their three varieties of Scotia (Scotch Ale) were all a bit sweet for my taste. The Oatmeal Stout was great but the best was probably their Irish Dry Stout. They have light food fare; soup, sandwiches, and the like. They have free parking in front of the taproom.
Bosque Brewing - One of my favorite microbreweries in Albuquerque, NM. The staff is great, friendly and just a joy to be around; I wanted to hang-out there all day. The guys/gals that work here are welcoming and very courteous. Plus the head brewer comes out to see you. Brad (head brewer) is a very nice guy; I can’t say tell you how much I respect this guy. Asking us if the beer was good and if we have any ideas for improvement, I love this attitude and he’s one of the owners. If these guys keep up with this service and quality of beer, they will be the best brewery in town. They only have been open for a few months, not a bad start.
The food was very good too! I had the pastrami sandwich - the meat was very lean and tasty, good quality here too. The location of the place is ok, not hard to find and plenty of parking.
My number one recommendation in Albuquerque, NM,
Bosque Brewing, it doesn’t get any better than this!