They had a core lineup that did not change for many, many years, most of which wasn’t that remarkable. The exception was their Imperial Java Stout, which was excellent and something I would pick up frequently. Still based on their name, brand and lack of competition, they were on every shelf all over the state. With the surge of new breweries from the mid-2000s to present, they were eclipsed in quality, flavor and probably even sales (led by Marble and La Cumbre) and thry were slow to react and adjust. They eventually responded by putting out a few more seasonals, opening new taprooms in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and hiring a new brewer (I believe this is the gentleman that visited Interboro and IA and used to work at Sam Adams) and things have improved mightily. Also recently they poured a bunch of money into a new, expanded brewery and production facility. I am not there anymore to judge how this has changed the beer, or offerings but thry continue to benefit from their name and statewide presence (and occasional good new beer) to drive sales moreso than the beer itself. A lot of hardcore beer drinkers avoid them for the likes of La Cumbre, Marble, Bosque and other newer entrants to the scene. Sorry for the long explanation/response. Haha.