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Snakedriver – Irish Dry Stout – 2019

OG 1.047 / BU 30 / ABV 5.0   
Patron saint of Ireland and legendary originator of the shamrock parable, Saint Patrick is also credited with the vanquishing of serpents from the Emerald Isle. In this spirit, we raise a glass, not of emerald but of garnet and onyx, as we vanquish the evils from ourselves.
We also give a nod to the most famous of Irish stouts by releasing Snakedriver on NITRO! Nitrogenation gives beer a beautifully creamy mouthfeel, a sumptuously thick head, and that mesmerizing cascade. Come enjoy a pint. It promises to be one for the world record books (specific world record books to remain nameless).

TMBC NEWS & EVENTS

From Nico’s Desk: 5/30

It’s been 69 days since we welcomed dine-in patrons at Turtle Mountain, and we were all eager to see your faces and hear how all of you were doing in this uncertain time. We will re-open on Monday, June 1st at 11 am to welcome you back inside Rio Rancho’s Neighborhood Brewpub Since 1999. Thanks for all of your support and generosity since March 19th, and we look forward to once again taking care of your food and beverage needs!

From Nico’s Desk: 5/26

Thank you to Governor Lujan Grisham for allowing restaurants with patios to open up for limited service before the announced date of Monday, June 1st. A little more than 1 day’s notice would have been helpful, but this is definitely a step in the right direction.
In preparing to staff the restaurant, have much needed food supplies delivered, prepping all the menu items that we 86’d to create the limited to-go and delivery menu, and of course cleaning and sanitizing the inside and outside of the restaurant, the management team and I here at Turtle Mountain were operating on the assumption that we could not open up until June 1st. We are not ready just yet to open up for you, our generous and supportive patrons …

Gift Card Giveaway – Census2020

Gift Card Giveaway – Census2020

THIS CHANCE ONLY COMES ONCE A DECADE! BE COUNTED! Did you know, for every person in Sandoval County NOT counted, we lose more than $37,000 per person over the next decade. If just 2% of people aren’t counted in our community, it would result in a loss of more than $84...