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George Boese, left, and Sam Boese plan to have their Los Alamos brewpub, Boese Bros Brewpub, opened sometime in August and September. The brewpub will feature a selection of beers from their Albuquerque brewery, plus sandwiches and paninis.
Boese Bros ready to offer good times, quality brews to LA

According to Boese Bros Brewpub co-owners Sam Boese and George Boese, family, quality and good times have always been the secret to their success. The brewpub, located at 145 Central Park Square, could be open as soon as late August.

This is the brothers’ fourth business, having opened the Boese Brothers Brewery in Albuquerque in 2015. In 2018, they opened the NE Heights Brewpub in Albuquerque, and they are also partners in a cidery in Santa Fe called Desert Dogs.

No matter how big the enterprise has gotten, it’s always been and will be a family affair, Sam said. Sam’s wife, Liese, does all the art for the business, which even includes the bottle labels. George’s wife, Lexi, handles the marketing.

“Family, quality and good times are the main things we’ve stuck by,” Sam said.

Hard work has also been a key to their success.

Friday, the brothers were in Los Alamos, hard at work building out the interior of their new digs at 145 Central Park Square, installing lights, décor and appliances to bring their newest business venture to life.