What type of beer do you serve? Only the finest, handmade craft beer, of course! Our selection is always changing (we've brewed over 45 different recipes this year alone), so come on in and see what's new.
How much does beer cost? Cost depends on both the size (5-20 oz.), type of beer, and whether or not you are a BRB member. For a pint, our prices are $4 for members, $5 for non-members. Some of our specialty beers may be a dollar or two more.
How do I submit my suggestions for beer flavors? Easy, use this form!
Do you keep guest beer on tap? We will occasionally have guest beers on tap, but mostly our taps will be filled with our own delicious brews.
Do you serve more than beer for beverages? Yes! In addition to beer we also serve New Mexico wine and hard cider. We also have plenty of non-alcoholic options available including Blue Sky beverages, San Pellegrino and Red RockRoaster Coffee.
Can my kids come in? Children and young adults under the age of 21 are always welcome at our taproom – as long as they are accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or adult spouse. We do ask that that if you are planning to visit the taproom after 9pm, please find a sitter for those kiddos!
Can I bring my pet inside? We love dogs, but unless your pooch is an official service dog, we would kindly ask that you not bring him or her into the taproom. Friendly dogs, ON LEASH ONLY, are permitted on our patio. We do reserve the right to ask you to remove your four-legged friend if he/she is barking or creating a disturbance for other patrons.
Will you have a mug program? We would love to, but the honest truth is that we just don’t have the space. Our founding members (first 100, plus member loan investors) will have their names prominently displayed in the taproom, but we won’t have room to store “personal” mugs.
How are your bartenders trained? Every employee of Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op must complete Cicerone’s level one certification program. We also do lots of in-house training to assure that every server is well versed in the finer points of serving and explaining craft beer. In addition, all bartenders must be certified by the State of New Mexico and pass a BRBC responsible alcohol service program.
Do you serve food? Yes! But we don’t make it ourselves – at least not yet. We have partnered with the Los Alamos Co+op Market to offer a variety of soups, sandwich and snack options. Be sure to ask your bartender for the current specials! And, of course, you are always welcome to bring food in with you from your favorite local restaurant.
What kind of rebate will I get? When? How often? As soon as the co-operative is profitable, the Board of Directors has the authority to approve rebates for our membership. All members will receive notice as soon as any dividends or rebates are available.
When will I get a computer coded membership card? How will my purchases get registered? All members will receive a computer coded membership card so that BRBC can reward you for your beer and merchandise purchases throughout the year.