Our Story

Brewed with you in mind

Established 2021

Juno is a brewery and gallery in Albuquerque’s burgeoning brewery district north of downtown. We’re a place you can chill out after work – or work on your laptop, meet with old friends – or make new friends, get your baile on, or most of all . . . enjoy our selection of premium craft beers, espresso drinks, or our other beverages, or grab a meal.

Juno features craft beers, pub food, and local arts and music in a distinctive setting - think industrial, but warm and welcoming.

If you’re not feeling like a beer, Juno offers a selection of local wines and ciders. Non-alcoholic beverages include gourmet espresso drinks, and sweet and unsweet fizzy stuff. Juno’s kitchen (opening in July) will offer hot and cold sandwiches, pizza, and other pub food like fries, dogs, and trays, with plenty of vegan items.

The Perfect Blend of Beer & Art

Juno’s interior features booths, high-top tables, and bar seating with a view of the brewery and kitchen. Additional indoor seating is in the connected gallery space. Outside is one of the largest -- and nicest -- patios in town, with seating anchored around giant sculptural “trees,” surrounded by a curated garden with high desert plantings including fragrant herbs and yerba buena.

Juno’s location has echoes of its 100-plus year history, including as a warehouse for Freed’s department store, and as a mechanic’s shop. Many architectural elements remain from the location’s most recent identity, Dialogue Brewing. The Freed family continues to be associated with Juno, and beer making is under the supervision of Ian Graham, who was Dialogue’s award-winning brewmaster.

Juno is open 7 days a week, with late hours Thursday through Saturday.

We look forward to seeing you!

Maxine, Jason, Trevor, Priscilla, Ian, Ryan