Ghost Birds of Louis Wilcox

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This is a re-post from, written by Marketing and Events Director Jeremy Kinter. During a white elephant Christmas exchange last year, in Albuquerque, Louis Wilcox showed up holding a beautifully rolled piece of paper … Read More

Post Election Blues and Breweries

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This article was written by Tractor’s Marketing and Events Director Jeremy Kinter. The day after the Election, we hosted an event at Nob Hill called Writing Wednesdays.; Which we do every Wednesday. Given what had … Read More

Just Speak, Just Listen, Just Move

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Written by Carlos Contreras, he is founder and CEO of Immastar Productions , Poet, and Connection Curator of Albuquerque. Just Speak – is the 1st Part, of a play in 3 parts! Friday November 4th, … Read More

New Website, New Look

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Why go with a new website? Easy, to look cool. We needed to simply update a lot of things. Our first website we built ourselves. This time we hired pro Jason Griffin of Internet Crossroads. … Read More

Why Touring Musicians


Touring Musicians Van

You may have noticed that we’ve been booking a lot of touring acts lately here at Tractor. We started that in the spring and then introduced our “Tractor Summer Tour Series” once May came around, … Read More

What Breweries Do For Small Town Communities


Red Dirt Black Gold

Artesia, NM is hosting a FREE Festival August 27th Red Dirt Black Gold featuring several breweries from around the state, including Tractor Brewing. Marketing Director Jeremy Kinter talks impact breweries have on small communities given … Read More

How to Keep Beer Cold


Beer Cans On Ice

by Skye Devore Summer is in full force and most (if not all) of you are taking craft with you, which is great! Picking up a six-pack of your favorite local brew is a great … Read More

Land of (Camp) Enchantment


Camp Enchantment

Written by one of our very own on the Beerfarm here Skyler Atterbom On April 29th I attended an event at Tractor Brewing – Wells Park called “Love Beer, Hate Cancer.” Despite its catchy name, … Read More