Review: Marble Brewery

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Introduction: A Week in Albuquerque
Review: Albuquerque Marriott
Review: B2B Taproom
Review: La Cumbre Brewery
Review: Marble Brewery
Review: Boese Brothers Brewery

During the week, I told my coworkers about the places that I had visited in Albuquerque. They had tons of questions about the breweries. I suggested that we go to a few breweries on our last night.

I heard great things about Marble Brewery, so the five of us decided to check it out. It was located about 15 minutes from our hotel and in the vicinity of about 13 other breweries.


Marble has an outside seating area and stage downstairs, the only people out there were getting food from a food truck.


There is an outside upstairs area, I chose no to go up for pictures. The first thing that we noticed upon entering the brewery was the amount of people.  It was community seating, much like La Cumbre.

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Of course I had the Imperial Red, it was really good!


Brisket nachos were one of the few items served in the brewery, for anything else, go to the food truck outside.


Final Word

We had a great time at Marble Brewery. It was my favorite brewery out of the ones that I visited. The atmosphere, service, food, and beer were great. My only regret was leaving the brewery to check out the Red Door. Please read the next post for explanation.

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