frequently asked questions
Q How much beer do we get for being Bed & Brew guests?
A The New Mexico state bed and breakfast liquor license allows for guests to consume the following:
2, 12 oz servings of beer
This is how much you are legally allowed to be served by Bed & Brew employees each day of your stay.
Q What types of beer are served?
A We try to have at least one option of the following
(and a few surprises for the beer geeks):
Pale Ale | India Pale Ale | Stout | Wheat Beer | Lager | Pilsner
Q If we don't drink our beer one day, does it roll over for the next day?
A No. The State license only allows for 24 oz. of beer each day.
Q Can we bring our own beer onto the property?
A Yes. Each room has a full refrigerator and an insulated, break-proof growler for brewery visits.
Q Are there non-beer options available?
A Yes. There is also bottled water and sparkling water.
Q Is it haunted?
A Every good lodging establishment has a ghost. Dare to read more here.
Q Is it safe to walk at night?
A Yes. But, just like any major city, please be aware of your surroundings.
Q Do we need to rent a car?
A It depends. If you are okay with visiting most things in the Old Town/Downtown/Sawmill corridor, there are a wealth of things that are within walking or biking distance. The City also has a bike share program called Pace (the nearest bikes are located 0.7 miles away at Tractor Brewing Company).
Uber/Lyft are also low-cost options to reach other popular parts of the city.
Q Is the Painted Lady dog-friendly?
A Yes. Bring Fido with you! No more than two well-behaved family pets are permitted unless they are prohibited by state law or ordinance. Service animals are always welcome (no charge). Pet must be declared during booking. Please keep your pet on a leash (or in a carrier) when you are outside your room. In consideration of all Painted Lady guests, a pet must never be left unattended in the guestroom. All pets must be leashed. or contained in a carrier outside of you room. Please do not leave pets alone in the room.
Select Bring Fido as "Extras" when checking out.
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