Rowley Farmhouse Ales is a small, independently-owned brewery and farm-to-table gastropub that focuses on brewing rustic farmhouse and sour ales. In addition to their own brews, Rowley serves up New Mexican beers from across the state.
Check out this quick video for a look at the brewing process at Rowley:
At this farmhouse-style brewery, 21 beers are up on the draft list for brewery-goers and beer-drinkers to choose from. Six of the beers on draft are made at Rowley by their key brewers: Stout-ish-Oyster (Stout), Thrace (IPA), Fields of Rye (Saison/Farmhouse Ale), Jose (Sour - Key Lime Gose), Agent Scully - Season 2, Episode 11 (IPA - American), and Germophile (Berliner - Weisse), which won a silver medal at the 2018 GABF for its flavor and craft. Each beer has its own story, creative reference, or awards and accolades to go along with it, further adding to Rowley's charm.
From snacks to dinner and dessert, you can find the best of Gastropub food at Rowley. Starters like the Green Chile Cheese Fries, the Warm Baguette, and the Roasted Brussel Sprouts are perfect appetizers to share with friends over beers. If you're in the mood for comfort food, Rowley has a plethora of cozy dishes that are sure to give you that warm and fuzzy feeling. Between Shrimp & Grits, Chicken & Waffles, and the Farmers Market Risotto, you can't go wrong. However, the most notable menu item at Rowley is the "Brinner," crispy braised pork belly served with cornmeal pancakes, two eggs, and housemade maple syrup. Everyone loves a good brinner.
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