NATURE ON TAP
Albuquerque's commercial brewing scene dates back to 1888, when the Southwestern Brewery & Ice Company was launched. It later churned out thirty thousand barrels of beer per year and distributed throughout the region. Nearly thirty years later, Prohibition halted brewing save for a brief comeback in the late 1930s. In 1993, the modern era emerged with a handful of breweries opening across the city. However, Marble Brewery's 2008 opening revived Albuquerque's dormant craft beer scene. Since its opening, the city has welcomed dozens of breweries, brewpubs, and taprooms. Writer Chris Jackson recounts the hoppy history of brewing in the Duke City.
On Tap is a series of discussions and libations located downtown at UnQuarked Wine Room. Each month features one On Tap with a rotating theme of science, history, nature, and art hosted by the Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Historical Society, Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC), and the Los Alamos Arts Council/Fuller Lodge Art Center, respectively.
NATURE ON TAP
Total Duration: 90 min
05:30pm - 07:00pm
Residents of Los Alamos County can access almost 60 miles of trails in the Los Alamos County Open Space network. In addition to that, we have easy access to trails managed by Bandelier National Monument, the Valles Caldera National Preserve, the Department of Energy, and the U.S. Forest Service. Join some of these land managers for a Nature On Tap panel discussion. Panelists will briefly discuss what sorts of outdoor opportunities exist in the areas their agency oversees, new updates and information on trails or other developments of interest, and the latest information on trail and facility closures due to COVID-19.
Then, viewers can join the discussion and ask questions about hiking, camping, backpacking, or other outdoor activities they can participate in locally; staying safe outside; the updates from the land managers; and more.
Register now through PEEC's website! You will receive an email confirmation with a link and password that you'll need to join the broadcast. Please check your spam or junk folder for this important email! We will be using the online platform called Zoom. You don't need to create an account, but you will need the free Zoom app (click here to download). The emailed Zoom invitation link will provide simple instructions for downloading the app and joining the live-stream.
Nature On Tap is a series of discussions and libations, usually located downtown at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op, 163 Central Park Square. Each month features one On Tap with a rotating theme of history, nature, and culture hosted by the Los Alamos Historical Society and Pajarito Environmental Education Center. Science On Tap, hosted by the Bradbury Science Museum, happens every month.