This edition of Six Things You Need to Know covers various craft beer topics in the Austin area.

Bluebonnet Expands

Round Rock brewery Bluebonnet Beer Company expanded its taproom to include a new 1000+ square foot air-conditioned beer hall. The new expansion allowed the brewery to also expand its hours to include Sundays. New hours are Thu-Fri 5-9 pm, Sat 12-9 pm and Sun 12-6 pm.

Attend the Texas Craft Brewers Fest for FREE

As the state’s largest beer event focused exclusively on Texas-brewed craft beer, the Texas Craft Brewers Festival relies on volunteers to run the annual event. Sign up to be a festival volunteer and enjoy multiple perks, including free festival entry!

The Brass Tap Austin Opens Today

The grand opening of the new Brass Tap location in Austin is today in the spot previously occupied by the Flying Saucer. The bar will offer more than 150 beers, including 63 taps.

Family Business Beer Company Joins Tavour

Family Business joined craft beer delivery service Tavour earlier this summer with the release of Barrel Aged Grackle and Farm Stuff bottles. Tavour is a craft beer delivery service that allows customers to discover and purchase unique and limited-edition craft beers from around the world.

Maui Relief

Following the devastating wildfires that have affected the lives of many on the Hawaiian island of Maui, Central Texas businesses are planning to offer support through special events and releases, with proceeds going towards disaster relief organizations.

Vista Brewing Expands San Antonio Location

Vista Brewing moved to 125 Lamar Street with a new all-day café & taproom opening this Fall. The larger space includes a full kitchen, craft beer, Texas wines & ciders, and a full coffee program.

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