Little Toad Creek in the News!

Little Toad brewing plant moves downtown
February 18, 2017

SILVER CITY - The Toad brew crew will begin brewing beer and distilling spirits inside the old skating rink at the beginning of March, instead of hauling it from their Lake Roberts location. Dahl-Bredine said their master brewing and distilling licenses for the Lake Roberts location expire at the end of the month, so the March 1 starting date to brew downtown is pretty firm.  Read the article →

Photo by Stewart McClintic: Sean Meister, left, and Anthony Pierre, employees of Mark’s Design and Metalwork of Vancouver, Washington, install new brewing equipment Tuesday inside the old Silver Skate rink, home of the new Little Toad Creek Brewery and Distillery’s brewing operation.

Little Toad Creek Expands
December 22, 2016

SILVER CITY - Since the Little Toad Creek Brewery and Distillery moved from Mimbres to downtown Silver City in 2013, it has seen its popularity and business expand. And co-owners Theresa Dahl-Bredine and her husband, David Crosley, have been building on that momentum by expanding the number of craft beers and distilled spirits they are producing. "Sales have steadily increased year by year, which is awesome," said Dahl-Bredine. "And right now we're distributing our spirits in limited amount in some retail stores in Albuquerque. You can buy our spirits at any Smith's, Total Wine or Kelly's"  . . .  new equipment, with computerized temperature-controlled fermentation, is scheduled to arrive this month . . .  Read the article →

Silver Skate rink reborn
October 15, 2016

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SILVER CITY - History is about to repeat itself in downtown Silver City’s industrial district. The Silver Skate rink will be reborn as a brew house for Little Toad Creek Brewery and Distillery, returning to its roots distributing alcoholic beverages from its original shell as the Silver City Liquor Co. warehouse. The building began as the Silver City Liquor Co. in the late 1940s and was later a skating rink and then a tire warehouse, before it fell into disuse.

Now, Teresa Dahl-Bredine and her husband, Dave Crosley, owners of Little Toad Creek Brewery and Distillery, plan on shifting all of their brewing operations into the building and are excited to bring it back to its origins . . .  Read the article →

Star Client Award from NM SBDC
February 12, 2016

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SILVER CITY - New Mexico Small Business Development Center at Western New Mexico University announced on Friday the recipient of its Star Client Award is the Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery in Silver City. Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery is a beer and spirits service owned and operated by Teresa Dahl-Bredine and Dave Crosley. The Star Client Award recognizes a client of NMSBDC that has demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the success of its business, as well as its community. 

Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery has been granted the funds to build a new location, expanding their production from 200 barrels of craft brew annually to 9,000, as well as tripling their distillery production. Expansion will allow Little Toad Creek products to be served beyond the borders of New Mexico.
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Little Toad Creek Expansion
October 11, 2015

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SILVER CITY —  Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela visited Silver City on Friday to announce the expansion of Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery, a small brewery and tavern owned by Silver City natives husband-and-wife team, David Crosley and Teresa Dahl-Bredine. The expansion will come with the aid of $100,000 that the New Mexico Economic Development Department is giving the tavern and brewery through the Local Economic Development Act. 

Silver City Small Business Development Center Director Jane Janson opened the Little Toad Creek Brewery funding announcement event. Representative John Zimmerman, who advocated for the Little Toad Creek Brewery’s funding said he took every opportunity to recommend the tavern as an investment in Silver City. We have felt support from the entire community the city, the county and the state,” said Dahl-Bredine.
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