A new bed and brew at the corner of 12th Street and Sawmill Road has a long, complicated and paranormal past.
Historians say the Sawmill neighborhood was incorporated at the turn of the century — when it became Albuquerque’s center of industrial production.
Workers needed a watering hole and a place to let loose, so the Gonzales family built a saloon that would later become the Painted Lady Bed & Brew.
"So for the past 130-140 years or so, there’s been thousands of people who have come through here either nightly — who worked here, who lived here — temporarily," said Jesse Herron, owner of the Painted Lady Bed & Brew.
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