New Mexico’s first and only self-serve taproom has officially opened its doors to the public after hosting a successful grand opening.
Located in the heart of New Mexico, Tap That is a self-serve taproom that features 36 self-serve taps offering local craft beers and specialty beers from dozens of breweries. Patrons who explore Tap That can also pour their own cider as well as nitro coffee and nitro tea.
When walking into Tap That, you cannot help but be mesmerized by their beautiful beer wall. Taps are organized from light to dark, ranging from pilsners, wheat beers, pale ales to brown ales and stouts. Although offerings vary in price per ounce, they are consistent with what breweries charge at their locations.
According to the owner, Huy Nguyen, the possibilities are endless for patrons who choose to mix and match selections. “You have the flexibility and full control of your ounces to try everything on that wall, or you can get a half here, half there,” Nguyen said. “You can mix beers. A lot of people are doing a lot of crazy beer fusion stuff where they’re mixing different beers together and it’s coming out really good. You know, we have cider on tap, so they’re mixing beer with cider.”
Tap That also has future plans to offer wines and later expand to Rio Rancho and Santa Fe. Click the link below to read the full article about Tap That.
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