The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing |


(505) 557-6182
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Mountains on three sides, a brewery on the other and fresh beer imported from across the parking lot. What more could you want in an event space? The Bridge is our multi-purpose facility with both indoor and outdoor spaces, depending on the size of your event (and the weather). Available for concerts, weddings, parties, company meetings, chili cookoffs or anything else that requires space, a view and beer.

Upcoming Events @ The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing

Kris Angelis Plays for 98.1 KBAC
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Our very own Chris D chats with Kris Angelis and she plays a few tunes from her successful new album That Siren, Hope. Check out the video, then check out out her music at any of the following: “THAT SIREN, HOPE” available now at Debuted at #1 on iTunes Singer-Songwriter chart & Top 100 of Billboard Top Current Albums Chart “I Hope I Never Fall In Love Again” added to SiriusXM ‘Velvet’ “That Siren, Hope” Official Video … Read More

Santa Fe Dining Pays it Forward During COVID
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Times have been tough for many people since the COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives. Some have lost their jobs while healthcare workers and first responders have faced unexpected challenges. One Santa Fe-based restaurant company has, despite their own challenges, decided to focus on helping others. Santa Fe Dining, which owns restaurants such as Maria’s New Mexico Kitchen Restaurant, Rio Chama Prime Steakhouse, and the new Hidden Mountain Brewing Company, has brightened the days of thousands of healthcare workers, first responders, … Read More

7 Best Breweries in Santa Fe
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With nearly 80 breweries around the state, New Mexico has become a celebrated craft beer center, “The Frontier of Beer,” as the New Mexico Brewers Guild puts it. In the Santa Fe area alone, multiple award-winning breweries abound, serving a refreshing range of flavors, categories and ingredients that you don’t find in your average ale. Some breweries even grow their own hops, expanding the farm to table approach to your very own glass. In order to help you find your … Read More