Brewery Hours + Info
Music + Events Schedule: July/Aug 2019
PATIO OFFICIALLY OPEN! Summer hours Thurs, Fri, Sat 5:00-10:00pm, Sunday 1:00-9:00pm
Aug 9: Chile Pi (6-9pm) and Street Food Institute Food Truck
Aug 10: CLOSED for Private Event
Aug 11: Open 1-9pm
Aug 15: Erin Bent and Cheesy Street Food Truck
Aug 16: Frank Salazar and Nomad’s BBQ
Aug 17: CLOSED for Private Event
Aug 18: Open 1-9pm
Aug 21: CLOSED for Private Event
Aug 22: David Huff (6-9pm)
Aug 23: Frank Salazar (6-9pm) and Street Food Institute Food Truck
Aug 24: Van Roper (6-9pm) and StuffedLust Food Truck
Aug 25: Sloan Armitage (3-5pm)
Aug 29: Anna Rudolph (6-8pm)
Aug 30: Frank Salazar (6-9pm) & Nomad’s BBQ
Aug 31: Urban Hot Dog Co
We are open every Thursday- Saturday from 5:00-10:00pm and Sunday from 1:00-9:00pm (check here or on social media for up to date hours and info).
We always have a food truck or food option available. There are designated outdoor smoking areas. Guests are able to enjoy their beverages on the dog friendly patios or inside our beautiful, historic building.
In an effort to please a variety of pallets, we serve house made Casa Vieja beers (Gold Medal Hefe, Loma Lager, Coyote Brown, Hoppy Birthday IPA, St. Paddy’s Porter and The Duke’s Red Ale among others…) but also offer Hard Cider and a curated selection of high quality NM wines from Vara, Gruet, Pasando Tiempo, Amaro, and Milagro Winery.
About Our Brewery
Casa Vieja Brewery is committed to making small batches of quality, craft beer. We have a 4 bbl/190 gallon system at our Corrales location and make hefeweizen, red ale, brown ale, sours, lager, IPA and stouts on site. Our drink menu offerings change seasonally and are based on availability. We are a NM Licensed small brewer. We donate all of the spent grain from the brewing process to a piggery in Belen as part of our continued efforts to support local and protect the environment.
Meet our Beer Whisperer and Co- Owner, Gary Socha
Gary’s love of exceptional beer began in 1985 in the beer gardens of Munich, Germany. It was there that he first tasted and fell in love with a wheat beer called Hefeweizen. He searched for similar quality in the U.S. but hadn’t found anything until about 6 years ago in a local tap room.
“I thought my quest was over when I found a killer Hefe here in ABQ. I was so excited that my beer needs were finally satisfied. Everything was good, I was happy, until I went to get a growler filled for a host gift…they weren’t filling growlers because they were out of beer!”
It was then and there that he decided to learn how to make it himself. After 100’s of batches and at least 25 revisions to our secret recipe we now have an award winning Hefeweizen. As a mechanical engineer and self proclaimed “beer nerd” Gary loves the art of brewing and sharing his creations with you.