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Taos, New Mexico

Taos Mesa Brewing features 12 distinct house beers on draught at all times. On any given day, you will be able to enjoy light, thirst quenching beers like our Kolsch .45 and Sabor del Sol Pilsner, as well as full bodied, hearty dark beers like our Black Widow Porter or Great Scot! Scottish, or a bright and hoppy IPA. Our 10 barrel all grain infusion mash brewhouse is working overtime to fill our fermenters and cold storage vessels with high quality beer. Top quality, consistent, and highly quaffable beers are the TMB signature.

On Tap at The Mothership
On Tap at the Taos Tap Room
Dec 13th 2019 7:00pm
12th Annual Taos Feeds Taos
Dec 19th 2019 7:00pm
An evening with Red Mesa
Dec 21st 2019 7:00pm
Winter Solstice 2019
Jan 4th 2020 7:00pm
Boris & the Salt Licks
Mar 22nd 2020 7:00pm
Mar 22nd 2020 7:00pm
May 28th 2020 6:00pm
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12th Annual Taos Feeds Taos

Food Drive and Concert with Last to Know and Foggy Memory Boys

12/13/2019 7:00pm

$5-$10 Suggested · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Last to Know, along with Foggy Memory Boys, will play their 12th annual Holiday Benefit Show Friday night, December 13th in Taos at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership. This is a Food Drive benefiting Taos Feeds Taos. Bring five or more cans (or 5 pounds) of food from the following list and admission is free! Otherwise, a $5-10 suggested donation. ALL AGES! Learn more at www.taosfeedstaos.org.

5 lbs. Sugar
5 lbs. Flour
2 lb. Bag Rice
26 oz. Box Salt
2 lb. Bag of Dry Pinto Beans
12 oz. Spaghetti Pasta
24 oz. Canned Spaghetti Sauce
1 lb. Dry Lentils
13 oz. Ground Canned Coffee
Boxed Macaroni and Cheese
Box Saltine Crackers
Box Stove Top Stuffing
2 lb. Bag of Cookies (any flavor)
1 lb. Bag of Candy (any flavor)
12 oz. Canned Evaporated Milk (unsweetened)
18 oz. Box Dry Oatmeal
12.8 oz. Box of Dry Cereal (any flavor)
Box of Pie Crust Mix
15 oz. Can Pumpkin
15 oz. Canned Peaches
15 oz. Canned Pears
15 oz. Canned Peas
15 oz. Canned Green Beans
15 oz. Canned Corn
15 oz. Canned Yams
16 oz. Canned Cranberry Sauce
10 oz. Can Chicken Noodle Soup
10 oz. Can Tomato Soup
6 oz. Can Tuna Fish
16 oz. Jar (plastic) Peanut Butter
12 oz. Package Dry Posole
8 oz. Package Dry Red Chili

Thank you! And Happy Holidays from LTK, Foggy Memory Boys, and Taos Feeds Taos!

An evening with Red Mesa

Taos Mesa Brewing

12/19/2019 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Come enjoy an evening with Albuquerque, New Mexico’s finest rock and roll outfit, Red Mesa.

For this special evening Red Mesa will bust out the acoustic guitars, harmonicas, lap steel, cajon, and tambourine to perform songs like we’re sitting around a campfire in the Old West.

Do you like:
Country western? ✔️
Blues ✔️
Classic Rock ✔️
Psychedelic Rock ✔️
Desert Rock ✔️

7-10pm at Taos Mesa Brewery Mothership.
All Ages

Red Mesa is a psychedelic, bluesy desert rock trio from Albuquerque, New Mexico, who churn out hook-laden jams and blistering live performances as only a band from the actual desert can.
They’ve been called, “a hefty, fuzzed-out sonic explosion” (@doomed.and.stoned ) and “one of the U.S.'s best stoner rock underground bands” (@riffrelevant ).
Red Mesa has two albums, the latest being The Devil and The Desert (June 2018) on @desertrecords , as well as contributing an EP of material to @ripplemusic Second Coming of Heavy Vol. 4 (Dec. 2016) and a crushing rendition of Pink Floyd’s “Breathe” to @magneticeyerecords ’ highly-anticipated Best of Pink Floyd LP (Nov. 2018).

Winter Solstice 2019

Oh Lawd

12/21/2019 7:00pm

$7 GA / $15 VIP · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Winter Solstice Festival 2019 is here!

Join us, Friday December 21, as we come together to celebrate this sacred day which focuses on regeneration, transformation and the journey into the new decade! WSF is a 13-hour immersive desert adventure featuring music, art, community and wellness.

DOORS at the Brewery open at 7PM

We will begin the night with a frequency healing sound bath lead by Chino Tammy Anthony (location TBA). Followed by live music from Neon Nativez, Galaxy, Prism B tch, Gingee, Vida Simon and more!! A special VIP afterparty will be available to select ticket holders in a SECRET location. At 6am, we will take our final sunrise meditation to set our intentions for 2020. The FULL schedule will be available soon.

Tickets are available at: https://holdmyticket.com/tickets/352394
$5 GA and $10 VIP (Tier 1) - SOLD OUT
$7 GA and $15 VIP (TIER 2) - On sale now!

VIP includes: Admission to soundbath, admission to Brewery, admission to Afterparty and more!



Please send an email to liveabovewindaily@gmail.com

Taos Mesa Brewing | Taos, NM | ALL AGES


Hotel Luna Mystica will be offering rooms at a discounted rate of 15% off if you use the code "OHLAWD"


Boris & the Salt Licks

1/4/2020 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Boris grew up on farms in MA. He learned how to ride horses and discovered that there was a radio playing inside his head at an early age, especially when he was running through the white pine swamps. He attended Marlboro College in VT for creative writing but soon dropped out and started a market garden on one of the Elizabeth Islands near Martha’s Vineyard. In between growing vegetables he wrote songs. He met Ralph Rinzler(founder of Folkways records) in 1990 and besides getting guitar lessons from the famous musicologist drove his private collection of blues cylinders across the country to Ojai California. During this journey he passed through the Southwest and fell in love with the New Mexican landscape. In 1992 Boris decided to pursue organic farming and attended the UCSC Farm and Garden. He stayed on to study under Master Gardener Orin Martin and left to start an organic farm in Sebastopol CA. He left the farm and attended The Howell Living History Draft Animal Internship where he learned to plow with an oxen team. He moved to Santa Fe in 1996 and studied permaculture techniques and started a landscape business. Between installing landscapes he wrote songs. As time went on Boris did less landscaping and more and more songwriting until he met a stuttering ex-junky punk reggae drummer from Dallas TX named David Bindler,(Da Nu Man).David recorded Boris and challenged him to start a band and showcase his accumulated song catalog . Boris left NM in 1999 to pursue a music career in Boston MA. His first gig was at a dive bar called the Captain Kidd in Woods Hole MA. There he hosted an open mic and met his brilliant wife Laura McInerney. Boris recorded his first album called, “Mother Ditch” in 2001 and started a roots-rock band with a sound that was raw, wild and different than anything folks had been used to. His songs were vastly unique against the generic americana/folk scene of Boston at the time, so his band stood out and became a sensation in the area. In 2003 the band traveled to Tucson and recorded a phenomenal and groundbreaking album called, “When We Were Big”. The album was produced by Craig Schumacher(Nico Case)and Pete Weiss. The album was soon discovered by a Dutch Label called Lucky Dice and Boris and his Comrades began touring Europe under their wings. During this time Boris won the Boston Music Award for Best Male Singer Songwriter. Among the competition were Ellis Paul and Josh Ritter. In the height of Boris’s success as a renegade desert folk-core roots rocker desert rat he decided to leave Boston while the going was good and return to New Mexico. Despite his career taking off, Boris wanted to live, farm and raise children with Laura on a traditional Spanish acequia. They moved to an off the grid farm on 4 acres in the Sangre De Cristo mountains where they had two kids. In this lost valley the newlyweds planted an orchard and Boris became the Mayordomo for 6 years. In between getting married, starting a farm, raising children, Boris wrote many more songs, recorded an extraordinary off the grid album trilogy and toured exclusively in Europe. “Cactusman Vs The Blue Demon”, “Bad Road Good People” and “Might Crash” were all #1 albums on the Euro Americana charts. Boris has shared the stage with the likes of, Ryan Adams, Iron and Wine, The Gourds, The Handsome Family, Los Lobos, Hot Tuna, James McMurtry, Calexico, Howe Gelbe, Stewart Staples, Dan Hicks, Slaid Cleaves etc etc. You can hear many of his songs on familiar sitcoms and even Titonis Pizza adds; Cold Case, Friday Night Lights, Breaking Bad, Agents of Shield etc etc. In 2007 he was voted Best Singer Songwriter in New Mexico at The NM State Fair. He has also been a twice-finalist in Mountain Stage New Song Contest where he performed live on Mountain Stage and at Lincoln Center. Boris continues to live well, farm, write songs, raise children with his wife, prune fruit trees, plant orchards and record startlingly original albums in Dixon NM. His latest album, called, “I’m Here. Let Me In.” is a solo project with friends produced by the beastly virtuosity of “Short Dawg” Steve Mayone from Brooklyn NY. The album began with two compositions in a half awake half dream state and sounds like nothing else Boris has done. The rhythm is amorphous on many of 

the songs, with the vocals pushed out front, and the emotion is crystallized amidst the rich harmonies. Boris wanted a vocal album and he achieved it. The core tracks were recorded by Boris himself at his studio in Dixon NM. The songs range from the cosmic and beautifully sad, "Poor Tired Hands" to the fun loving Hank Williams brand, "Godzilla Vs. King Kong." The album also holds a revealing tenderness which can be felt in the songs, "Golden Days" or "Piece of Mama". The album was mixed by Bill Palmer at Frogville Studios and has many local favorites playing on it. Folks like Stephanie Hatfield on backing vocals, David Gutierrez, and Alex McMahon on guitar and banjo, Greg Williams and Jared Putnam from La Chat Lunatique on drums and bass. The new album also features two live tracks with the Salt Licks all-star line up, Brett Davis, Susan Holmes, Paul Groetzinger and Kevin Zoernig. From Steve Mayone's Brooklyn tracking we have his own brilliant vocals and guitar work and also the phenomenal accordion player John Shapiro. The album will surely gain momentum on Boris’s traditional stomping grounds in Europe where he plans to tour with it by next year.



Monolith on the Mesa

With Special Guests The Gral Brothers

3/22/2020 7:00pm

$12 · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID


Monolith on the Mesa

with The Gral Brothers

3/22/2020 7:00pm

$12 ADV / $15 DO · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Join Us On Sunday March 22nd 2020 As Monolith on the Mesa & Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership WELCOME BACK Wovenhand To Taos With Special Guest The Gral Brothers. Wovenhand Left Us Wanting More After Their Epic 45 Minute Set At Monolith On The Mesa 2019. This Is A Must See Set! 7:00pm Doors * ALL AGES * Get Your Presale Tickets At https://tickets.holdmyticket.com/tickets/353318

Wovenhand- The music of Wovenhand and songwriter/multi-instrumentalist David Eugene Edwards has always had an unparalleled intensity. Edwards’ rich, billowing and emotive voice is always the driving force of his music, but it’s catapulted by his spellbinding ability to transform instruments that many people might consider mundane relics — be it banjo, accordion, lesser-known folk instruments from around the world, or even an electric guitar — into devices of dark fury and poignant beauty. 

From the apocalyptic revivification of antique Americana of Sixteen Horsepower in the 90s to the threadbare balladry of Wovenhand’s early releases, Edwards’ music has maintained its celestial heaviness as it evolved. But now in its current incarnation, Wovenhand is a band that fully expands that power with exacting and inventive skill. It’s a sound so distinctive and compellingly crushing that even the heaviest of metal bands can’t match. 

Wovenhand’s current lineup includes guitarist Chuck French, bassist Neil Keener (both of Planes Mistaken For Stars) and drummer Ordy Garrison, now joined by piano/synth player Matthew Smith (Crime & The City Solution). Star Treatment was recorded at Steve Albini’s legendary Electrical Audio in Chicago with engineer Sanford Parker, who also helmed Wovenhand’s 2014 album Refractory Obdurate. 

While Wovenhand ought to be a familiar name to anyone interested in forward-thinking music, the album title Star Treatment isn’t a reference to our celebrity culture obsession. Rather, it’s a clever reference to concepts of astrolatry, or humanity’s enduring interest in the stars of the night sky.

“It’s ethereal in its concept,” Edwards explains. “There are many layers, as always. I’ve been paying attention to the stars in the sky and in literature, and it’s a theme throughout the album.” 

Star Treatment kicks off full tilt with the anthemic charge of “Come Brave” — the song’s galloping four-on-the-floor drums driving churning swells of droning, chiming guitars and organ as Edwards’ soaring voice compels us to rise and join the fray. “The Hired Hand” takes a more Western bent with swaggering guitars awash in reverb and a throbbing bass line before the chorus erupts with massive open guitar chords as Edwards howls, “give up your dead.” Further, “Crystal Palace” sounds like Eastern European folk driven through a massive wall of amplifiers while a full gospel choir sings just beneath the gurgling surface of guitars. “Crook and Flail” sounds exotic in its twanging acoustic instruments and tabla/dumbec drum pattern. Elsewhere, “Golden Blossom” is a lush and beautifully unabashed love song, strummed out in a simple, catchy melody that builds to crescendo with the chorus refrain, “only you, my love and your light.” Throughout, Wovenhand deftly merge the outer reaches of rock and world folk sounds with increasing urgency and force.


The Gral Brothers -

GRAL BROTHERS is a musical duo between Greg Williams and Alex McMahon. The sound varies from sci-fi radio nightmares to lucid high-desert soundscapes

Monolith on The Mesa

Monolith Presents

High Desert Experience

5/28/2020 6:00pm

FREE · 5:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Taos Mesa Brewing is stoked to welcome back Monolith on the Mesa. If you missed this “High Desert Experience” last year, do yourself and your senses a favor and get your tickets now.  This independent three day festival will offer the best in heavy rock, including psych, stoner, retro, sludge, space, doom, and drone, as well as installation art along with visuals projected around the compound.  

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