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Aurellia’s Bottle Shop and Brewhouse

Craft Brewery in El Paso, Texas

The ultramodern brewing system in Aurellia’s Bottle Shop and Brewhouse gave it its name. Quite the mouthful, AURELLIA is actually an acronym that uses an artificial intelligence-based system. It makes the brewing process energy efficient, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. The electric system also helps owner Justin Gibson overcome his physical limitations, a result of an accident caused by a drunk driver. To reduce Aurellia's carbon footprint further, there are plans to maximize the use of solar energy. Justin has worked in different aspects of the beer industry. He was an avid home-brewer, and worked in "brewing, brewery operations, bartending, front of house management, distribution, sales, brand acquisitions, and logistics. Aurellia’s just opened in March 2019, and he says he just works there because it's really AURELLIA who runs the place. Eventually, Justin hopes Aurellia's becomes a one-stop shop that offers “quality, variety, (and) a truly unique experience”. Aurellia's Bottle Shop and Brewhouse is listed as one of the 4 Best El Paso Breweries for Local Beer and Food. Check out the link to read more!

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ELEMI Restaurant

Restaurant in El Paso, Texas

Elemi Restaurant describes its cuisine to be “inspired by El Chuco culture” as they continue the ancestral tradition of processing maiz to be made into fresh masa daily to showcase “the unique flavors, quality and spirit of native maiz from Mexico.”  Drop by Elemi Restaurant for a “lovely experience and exquisite food” that will “take your taste buds to the next level.”  The “locally sourced contemporary fare” in this restaurant is not the typical Mexican fare as they offer “unique menu items.”  Elemi was even featured in one of the episodes of Hulu’s Taste of the Nation.

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Ripe Eatery

Restaurant in El Paso, Texas

Ripe Eatery is a firm believer of "homemade" and it is committed to making everything from scratch, in house daily. That also means that there no packaged and processed items on the menu and that chicken and produce are always delivered fresh daily, never frozen. They source locally to support the community and to ensure that the menu reflects the best Texas has to offer. They feature happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. on weekdays, burger nights on Tuesdays 5 to 9 p.m., live music on Saturdays, and a lot more happenings. Offering "great food" and "eventful" days, Ripe Eatery undoubtedly brings "enjoyment".

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