Whenever I get an invite to head over to Bow & Arrow, it’s always a definite yes. One of Albuquerque’s more aesthetically pleasing breweries, the establishment has built its success from the creativity of its brew room.

This hot summer Arrow has managed to whip up another tasty classic called Savage Times, an IPA and sour mix. It’s got that zing we all need. With the high ABV and the tanginess from the two, it provides a taste so unique your brain will be firing off on all cylinders.

But it doesn’t stop at the beer. If you haven’t made your way over to Arrow, well then you’re in for a treat. It’s massive, designed to please the eyes with big picnic-like tables to sit on. It’s one of the reasons why the brewery has the reputation it does.

I guarantee Arrow will be swarming with patrons as the heat ramps up. Why wouldn’t it? They’ve got food trucks rolling through every other day, they’re constantly developing new brews, and they’re now in the works for a new taproom. Definitely gotta keep it local for the season.

Opening soon is their new Rambler Taproom. Setting up shop on the Four Corners, Arrow is looking to broaden its horizons. I know I’ll be there for opening day. Will you?

Bow & Arrow Brewing Co.

608 McKnight Ave. NW

Neighborhood: Downtown

Category: Brewery

Phone: (505) 247-9800





Cade Guererro

Cade is young journalist who has worked at publication in Austin, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. He focuses on the cultural topics of Albuquerque.

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