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Fourth annual fall beer festival showcases local and regional microbrews, food trucks and music in Oktoberest-style setting.
Now in its fourth year, the New Mexico Brew Fest once again aims to lift the spirits of local craft beer drinkers by bringing together microbreweries from New Mexico, Colorado, California and Oregon at Expo New Mexico’s Villa Hispana from 1-6 p.m. Oct. 5. Along with the festival’s focus on the burgeoning microbrew industry in New Mexico and throughout the Western U.S., festival organizers are making sure there is plenty of local representation.
Sponsored by Local iQ magazine and partnering with the New Mexico Brewers’ Guild, NMBF4 offers dozens of beer varieties from more than 20 New Mexican breweries, including newcomers Duel (Santa Fe), Bosque Brewing (Albuquerque) and Taos Mesa Brewing (Taos), as well as seven out-of-state breweries, including Stone (California), Oskar Blues (Colorado) and Lagunitas (California). All out-of-state breweries will be featured in the Whole Foods Market Beer Village.
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