Join the Los Alamos Historical Society and the Creative District on for a special Wednesday edition of History On Tap at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at UnQuarked Wine Room.
Chris Jackson, the author of Albuquerque Beer: Duke City History on Tap will be presenting on the origins of New Mexico’s craft brewing scene. This includes the arrival of the railroad and the first brewing boom of the late 19th/early 20th centuries, to the eventual reawakening of the independent brewing spirit on a Galisteo Ranch in 1988 and the beginning of the modern boom – with a certain brewery on the corner of First Street and Marble Avenue.
In honor of this event, UnQuarked is featuring the following local brews on tap:
- Slumdog Mango Cider – Sirphey & Black Mesa
- A hard lassi for a tough day
- Thunder from Dortmunder Lager – Marble Brewing
- Floral, spicy lager inspired by the Dortmund region of Germany
- Project Dank IPA – La Cumbre Brewing
- An ever-changing project of LC’s hoppiest endeavors
- 7K IPA – Santa Fe Brewing
- West Coast-style IPA with notes of grapefruit + citrus
- EOP Tart – Bosque Brewing
- The beloved Elephants on Parade gets a sour twist
- Cowboy Coffee – Tractor Brewing
- A collaborative Villa Myriam Coffee pale stout
- Red Ale – Marble Brewing
- Pacific-Northwest hops balanced by caramel + toasted malts
- Grandfather Owl – Bosque Brewing
- Full-bodied porter that finishes with the malty richness of burnt sugar
- Monks Wit (Bottle) – Abbey Brewing
- A refreshing ale with a multi-dimensional flavor profile.
For more information about History On Tap and other Historical Society programs and events can be found at losalamoshistory.org and by following the Los Alamos History Museum on Facebook.
History On Tap is sponsored by the Los Alamos Creative District and hosted by the Los Alamos History Museum. The On Tap series begins each evening with an informal 10-15 minute lecture followed by a lively group discussion. All ages are welcome! On Tap is a way for people to get out and about in the community, learn something new, and meet people with similar interests. The “On Tap” series happens twice a month. The discussions are supported by Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Arts Council/Fuller Lodge Art Center, Los Alamos Historical Society and PEEC at The Nature Center.
The Los Alamos Creative District is a program of Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation; a private, not-for-profit economic and community development organization serving the Los Alamos area since 1983. LACDC serves as the umbrella organization for the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos MainStreet, Discover Los Alamos, Los Alamos Small Business Center, Los Alamos Creative District, projectY cowork Los Alamos, and the Los Alamos Research Park.