Bears Ears Update: NM/Special Presentation

Friends, join us August 5th at 7:00 pm for a special talk "Bears Ears Update: New Mexico" in our upstairs event room. Grab a beer and learn more about the cultural and recreational significance of Bears Ears and the current issues surrounding public lands in the U.S. Discussion will be preceded by a few short films on Bears Ears at 6:45pm.

Speakers: Dr. Garon Coriz (Pueblo of Kewa/UNM Alumni) and Utah Dine Bikeyah Community Outreach Intern and Geologist/Paleontologist Kevin M. Madalena (Pueblo of Jemez) will discuss a Pueblo People perspective, the vast historical record (Beginning at 7000 BC to the Present) current updates, concerning ancient Pueblo ancestral lands and Pueblo ruins within the Bears Ears National Monument in southeast Utah.

✊🏽🏜#ProtectPublicLands

 

Bow & Arrow Membership Club Now Available

Bow & Arrow Membership Club Now Available

You've been asking for it and we've listened! Purchase your individual 12-month membership today for a cost of $40. Benefits include: $1 off regular priced pints, $0.50 off 10-oz pours, $1 off 64-oz growler fills, $1 off 32-oz growler fills, 20% room rental discount, special merchandise discounts from time to time, periodic member events, and once we get a critical mass of members, we'll begin sending email updates on events around the brew hall.  Sign up today at the brew hall, cheers!

NAIOP Eagle Award for Excellence

NAIOP Eagle Award for Excellence

https://www.abqjournal.com/906643/chairmans-award.html

On Friday, December 9th, we received the 2016 NAIOP Award for Excellence in the Retail category for the state of NM! NAIOP’s Eagle Awards are given each year to the top real estate projects by category. Judging teams toured projects and evaluated them for project development, architectural integrity, challenges, market feasibility, sustainable attributes and overall success. “Judges weren’t looking at whether it was a ‘pretty’ building, but at other measures of success, such as getting past hurdles and staying on budget,” said outgoing Chairman Kevin Yearout. “In the end, they want to see if the project (either new construction or remodels) is something that enhances the built environment.”

Big thanks to our amazing partners Mullen Heller Architecture P.C. and general contractor Vision Build for bringing our vision to life! You all are amazing!🙌🏽✨

Holiday Popup Part Dos: Etkie + SilverInjun

Holiday Popup Part Dos: Etkie + SilverInjun

Tuesday at the Brew Hall from 5-8pm, join us for our second Holiday Popup at Bow & Arrow Brew Hall featuring Etkie and Silver Injun!

Etkie http://www.etkie.com/

"At Etkie, we believe beauty is in the process. Inspired by the landscape and culture of the Southwest, we collaborate with Native American artisans in New Mexico to create handmade jewelry that infuses traditional techniques with modern design."

Silverinjun Jewelry Arts https://silverinjun.wordpress.com/ 

"As a young Native American Artist, I am challenged to create art on my own terms. There are many stereotypes about Native Americans and Native American art and my work is often misunderstood for not looking ” Indian” or “Native”. This is why I have decided to create a new line of sculptural jewelry, titled facetiously, ” silverinjun”.

I draw inspiration from my heritage, Picuris and Dine (Navajo) and French and of course the opulence of American culture. This combination reflects the style of my newest works.

It is important to act your culture and traditions and to be expressive as an individual."

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2016 Best of the City "Best Brewery Atmosphere" Recognition

2016 Best of the City "Best Brewery Atmosphere" Recognition

Thank you, Albuquerque! Since 2005, every year Albuquerque The Magazine asked its readers to weigh in on the things they love most about our city. This year, more than 250,000 people logged onto abqthemag.com to contribute their votes. Because each computer's IP address was allowed only one chance to fill out the online voting form, these results are pretty darn accurate. 🙌🏽   Check us out cff We've been named Best of the City "Best Brewery Atmosphere"!!

We were also runner up for Best Hefeweizen and Best Local Wheat Beer. 

Congrats to all of the other businesses working hard to enhance our city!

First Beer Dinner Success!

First Beer Dinner Success!

On Sunday, 9/18, at 6pm we held our first beer dinner in partnership with Vida Verde Farm, the Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance and Chef Myles Lucero. It was a sold out private event and we closed the brew hall early to host. Upon arrival, attendees made their way to a long communal table running the length of the beer hall, beneath the oversized rustic chandeliers, set with beautiful flowers from Vida Verde Farm. Bow & Arrow owner, Shyla Sheppard, welcomed guests, and provided an introduction to the special event. Nancy Ranney, President of the Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance shared information on SWGLA and the value in raising grassfed livestock. 

The dinner theme, Horn & Husk, was a celebration of the harvest and unique culture and place of the American Southwest. The meal consisted of 5 courses with Bow & Arrow beer pairings. Inspiration for and information on each of the unique courses, produce sources and beers were provided by Chef Myles, Seth of Vida Verde Farm and Bow & Arrow head brewer Luke Steadman.

Based on feedback from our guests, we are pleased to be able to say it was a wild success! Many thanks to our supporters and friends. Stay tuned for future beer dinner events! Cheers!

Horn & Husk Beer Dinner

Horn & Husk Beer Dinner

We're excited to announce our first Beer Dinner at the Brew Hall!

Bow & Arrow is partnering with Vida Verde Farm and the Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance to bring you this special beer dinner set in our beautiful brew hall. 5-course meal featuring local produce and grass-fed beef with beer pairings. // Private event for ticket holders. Advance ticket purchase REQUIRED. Limited seats available, so get them now! More details to follow. // We will close the brew hall early to the public at 4:30pm day of. 

SOLD OUT!

Sunday, September 18th, 2016, 6-9pm, 

$55/ticket // 21+ event