Lauter Haus Brewing becomes 2nd brewery in Farmington

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Lauter Haus Brewing becomes 2nd brewery in Farmington

A sign of expanding craft beer scene in New Mexico
Varissa Dehoyos and Stephanie Archuleta enjoy a post-workout beer at Lauter Haus Brewing Co., a tradition they’ve continued because they enjoy the “fun house” atmosphere.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co., which opened October 2019, was created with a nostalgic nod toward the 1970s and ’80s, including multiple pinball machines.
Owner and head brewer of Lauter Haus Brewing Co. Brandon Beard explains the process behind some of his German-style beers.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. gets its name from a process in brewing called “lautering,” in which the mash is separated into the clear liquid wort.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. is the second brewery to open in Farmington, a town of roughly 45,000 people that more than doubles to almost 120,000 people on the weekend.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. bartender Michael Grinnell pours a beer as the nearby neon lighting shifts colors.
Antonio Martinz visited Lauter Haus Brewing Co. for the first time, a few weeks after its opening in late October.

Lauter Haus Brewing becomes 2nd brewery in Farmington

Varissa Dehoyos and Stephanie Archuleta enjoy a post-workout beer at Lauter Haus Brewing Co., a tradition they’ve continued because they enjoy the “fun house” atmosphere.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co., which opened October 2019, was created with a nostalgic nod toward the 1970s and ’80s, including multiple pinball machines.
Owner and head brewer of Lauter Haus Brewing Co. Brandon Beard explains the process behind some of his German-style beers.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. gets its name from a process in brewing called “lautering,” in which the mash is separated into the clear liquid wort.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. is the second brewery to open in Farmington, a town of roughly 45,000 people that more than doubles to almost 120,000 people on the weekend.
Lauter Haus Brewing Co. bartender Michael Grinnell pours a beer as the nearby neon lighting shifts colors.
Antonio Martinz visited Lauter Haus Brewing Co. for the first time, a few weeks after its opening in late October.
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