Veteran-Owned Brewery Opens in El Paso During Pandemic
Here's something for El Paso beer lovers to really be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend.
A new brewery, with its focus on both craft beer and live, local music is coming to El Paso. Craft Rhythm And Brews, located at 1301-A Texas Avenue, is owned and operated by native El Pasoans and it's a true family affair.
Craft Rhythm and Brews is owned by Susan Saucedo, Luz Salazar and their head brewer is Luz's brother, Sigifredo (Fred) Saucedo. Fred's a veteran who has been brewing for over ten years, which makes Craft Rhythm and Brews both a female and veteran-owned business.
The focus of Craft Rhythm And Brews is to provide high-quality beers in a family-friendly environment, once the COVID-19 restrictions ease, of course, to provide a stage for local music. To be honest, that's my favorite part!
They also plan to participate in and host large events once things here normalize.
For the moment, they are offering beer fills, growlers, pint glasses, shirts, and other merchandise as well as laser-etched growlers made by another local, veteran-owned company, strictly online. They do however plan a grand opening event on Friday, November 27th.
Craft Rhythm and Brews plan to be a brewery that supports local businesses, local artists, and other local breweries. That's a great plan so support them as well online or in-person Friday at 1301-A Texas Avenue.
Remember to always SUPPORT LOCAL BANDS AND BUSINESSES!