Pam Catoe

Like most people, my love for craft beer started in college when most craft consisted of imports. Austin has come a long way since then and I love being a part of the Austin beer culture and consistantly expanding my beer knowledge. Follow Me on Twitter @PamCraftBeerATX

America’s Largest Craft Brewery Walks The Line

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Tavour Independent beer drinkers who are loyal to craft were stunned on September 15th when Yuengling announced a partnership with Molson Coors. With Molson Coors’ help, fans will soon find Yuengling beers in the Midwest and West Coast states for the first time in the brewery’s 191-year history. This will save a lot of folks money on baggage fees, no longer having to smuggle beer across state …

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Austin Area Breweries Celebrate the Election Season with Discounts

View this post on Instagram Early voting starts today! Show us your ‘I Voted’ sticker and receive $1 off your first beer starting this Thursday. 🇺🇸🇺🇸 Both the Wimberley Community Center and the Hays County Govt Center in San Marcos are two local, easily accessible polling sites. ✔️ A post shared by Roughhouse Brewing (@roughhousebrewing) on Oct 13, 2020 at 9:48am PDT Early voting is well underway and folks are turning out in record numbers …

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Last Stand Brewing Co. Expands to South Austin

Located at 7601 S Congress, Bldg 6 Opening a new location during a pandemic is not an ideal situation for anyone; however, the plans to expand Last Stand Brewing Co. to a location in the city have been underway for quite some time. After a few final (and at times frustrating) permits from the city, the new location is open for business off of South Congress. Because of the pandemic, the team had to pivot …

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Women in Beer | Emma Peters

When I started writing for CraftBeerAustin.com back in 2015, my first series of articles was about Women in Beer. With inspiration from the ladies of the Austin chapter of the Pink Boots Society, the Women in Beer series has returned. This edition features Emma Peters, Assistant Brewery for Meanwhile Brewing Co. Describe your average week. What are you responsible for? Meanwhile opens very soon and I’m basically acting as a supporting role. Nao and I did classes a …

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All Austin Breweries and Brewpubs Currently Open For Onsite Consumption

UPDATE: TABC has relaxed more rules allowing breweries and even bars to start to reopen, Eliminate the requirement for commercial-grade cooking equipment Allow premade food brought in from other locations and partner with food trucks and count those sales toward the 51% minimum Governor Abbot’s executive order affecting bars and taprooms is still in place; however, after changing the guidelines more than once some breweries and brewpubs have started to slowly reopen for on-site consumption …

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GABF is Virtual for 2020 Here’s What You Need to Know

TICKET INFO: GABF passports are available for $20 here. The 39th Great American Beer Festival® (#GABF), the country’s preeminent beer festival and world’s largest professional beer competition is now the largest virtual beer event of the year. Originally planned for the end of September in Denver, officials were forced to cancel the in-person festival for the first time in its history due to the pandemic. This year’s festival will take place via a two-day online experience that …

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CraftBeerAustin.com Announces a New Partnership with BrewStubs

We are pleased to announce our partnership with BrewStubs™, a new platform that allows beer enthusiasts to purchase limited-release beers, seasonal brews, and exclusive craft beer packages before arriving at participating breweries throughout the U.S. and to gift brewstubs to their beer-loving friends and family digitally. At CraftBeerAustin.com, we are passionate about supporting the Central Texas craft beer scene by bringing you all the latest news, new beer releases, and events every week, our partnership with …

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Women in Beer | Jade Leder

When I started writing for CraftBeerAustin.com back in 2015, my first series of articles was about Women in Beer. With inspiration from the ladies of the Austin chapter of the Pink Boots Society, the Women in Beer series has returned. This edition features Jade Leder, Assistant General Manager for St. Elmo Brewing Company. Describe your average week. What are you responsible for? Though it still feels so weird to talk about anything normal or “average” …

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Cedar Park Gets a New Brewery Amid a Global Pandemic

Southpaw Brewing Co. located at 2415 S. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park In mid-August, Southpaw Brewing Co. quietly opened their doors. After years of planning, husband and wife team Rod and Tori Beavan did not expect to open to an empty taproom amid a global pandemic. But that’s exactly what happened and they quickly pivoted to a beer-to-go model. We stopped by on their second day open to the public and chatted with them briefly (at …

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What Does the Governor’s Latest Announcement Mean for Breweries?

This week the Governor announced he was relaxing more restrictions on a variety of businesses including restaurants. However, he stated that bars must remain closed. So what does this mean for Texas breweries? If the business is a brewpub that was already operating as a restaurant (with the blue sign), not much changed except their ability to open indoor spaces to 75% capacity. A few weeks ago, TABC announced a path for all other breweries …

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Downtown Pflugerville Gets it’s First Brewery | Prost Alehouse Coming Soon

A new German-inspired brewpub is headed to downtown Pflugerville later this year. Prost Alehouse is opening in the historic downtown square occupying a two-story building that dates back to 1905. Husband and wife team Troy and Iven Dudley searched for several years to find the perfect location to build their vision of a destination, community-focused brewery when they settled on the perfect spot in Old Town Pflugerville. “We hope Prost Alehouse to be a catalyst …

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Two Wheel Brewing Co. - Texas Craft Brewery Profile

BREAKING NEWS | Two Wheel Brewing Co. Closed Permanently

Update as of 9/2: Two Wheel Brewing Co. announced on social media they have decided to close permanently. From their Facebook post: “Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us over the last 4 years! We have decided to close our doors. We hope to see you all out and about sometime soon. Stay safe, take care of each other, and drink local beer!! “   Update 3/13: The brewery is still open …

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