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3 DOG-FRIENDLY SANTA FE BREWERIES TO ENJOY AN OUTDOOR DRINK W/ YOUR BUDDY BY YOUR SIDE

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The only thing that’s as wonderful as hanging out with your best four-legged friend is a fresh, cold draft beer! Check out these three Santa Fe breweries where you can enjoy the two together.

Rowley Farmhouse Ales

Located less than 3 miles from Olympus Rodeo, this farmhouse-style brewery is focused on wild and mixed culture fermentation. They also offer a full menu of delicious small plates, salads, and sandwiches. And, best of all, they have an expansive dog-friendly patio they recently sealed off from the elements, giving you a warm, pleasant spot to hang with your pup, even on the coolest winter days and spring evenings.

Chile Line Brewery

In addition to a full lineup of unique and delicious beers, including smoked ales, roasted chile rauchbier, farmhouse offerings, IPAs, and stouts, Chile Line Brewery serves up an extensive dining menu. Choose from small-plate offerings such as classic Caesar and Caprese salads, calamari, hot wings, and antipasto. Or go bigger with a variety of panini sandwiches, a burger, and several pasta dishes, as well as cioppino and pork saltimbocca. And don’t forget the pizza! There is literally something for everyone here. They are also dog-friendly, which should be quickly apparent to anyone who spots the happy dog at the center of their logo. Invite yours to join you on their expansive patio as you work on expanding your waistline. Or simply sip on a delicious beer or two.

BOXCAR

It’s not a brewery, but this purveyor of brewskies and more is well known for its pet-welcoming patio. Grab your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail, and choose from a wide variety of burgers (including one that’s topped with a jalapeno popper), sandwiches, salads, and sides, as well as entrees like chicken & waffles, mac & cheese, and steak & frites.


These aren’t the only dog-friendly spots in town, but COVID still has many only open for takeout. Check back in the future for a longer list of places to drink beer with your pup. For more tips on where to go and what to do in Santa Fe, visit our blog.

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