You'll need to figure out what made that bulb blow.
If it's age, then replacement should have done the job.
Since the bulb is not working - can you spare a pic to show us the situation with that Brake lamp and it's lens?
The thing "daisy chains" a ground wire - it loops from one socket to another - and terminates at the Turn or Backup light.
So if both other bulbs do work, the problem may not be "Brake light" itself - but in the harness further in the car - towards the DRIVERS side - which is where that comes into play.
So the passenger side harness, if you had something in the trunk that mashed the harness - it would or should - blow a fuse.
But the other problem is where the main breakout harness for the rear lights - is at.
So since I run a trailer - I'm already aware of several issues that you'll have to look for. Nothing big, but if you have not found the Drivers side Pigtail I'm talking about - it's behind the Drivers Side Brake light and tucked in to a cubby behind in the felt and that harness is fastened and folded and tucked behind the felt - again if something big banged into it - it can crack the connector and make it loose - so try to locate it and unfold it carefully from the side panel and felt. You can pinch the tab, and pull it apart - but if it has not been touched in a while - like forever, this section is delicate and it's worse with age in breaking due to the "drying out" the plastic will become brittle and hard to separate - so use a tester.
Preferably one with a auto bulb (Filament type) so you can put a load on the wire to verify it's continuity.
Backprobe - look for the terminals BEHIND the plastic - and have someone press the brake pedal to help you deciper and locate the wires - so this for both sides passenger and Driver side - to ensure the BRAKE light wire is powered all the way to the socket.
- Lights work using 12V and are positive in respect to the Car Frame (negative) and it's ok to use the Clip side to Ground to a known good ground (screw or bolt head)
Then you just might have to replace the socket - which is a different beast in itself - which is why I mentioned the "Daisy Chain" the Bulbs' Ground wire does...