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Barreling toward the future
Jon Austria, Farmington Daily Times
Published 11:30 a.m. MT Sept. 17, 2018
Three Rivers Brewery replaces old tanks with 10-barrel system
Three Rivers Eatery and Brewhouse is replacing its 21-year old brewing tanks with a new 10-barrel system recently trucked in from Lincoln, Nebraska, that can produce up to 340 gallons of beer.
Employees will produce the first batch using the new system on Oct. 1. The single-malt and single-hop Indian Pale Ale will be ready for consumption on Oct. 15.
Earlier this month, Three Rivers Brewery and Distillery was named Distillery of the Year by the New Mexico Restaurant Association. The Three Rivers Brewery has been a fixture in downtown Farmington since 1997.