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Strange Land Brewery

Strange Land Brewery – Austin Brewery Profile

By Pam Catoe / May 13, 2015 / 1 Comment

Strange Land Brewery – Austin Brewery Profile Currently open for business off Bee Cave and 360 behind Hat Creek Burger. Austin’s Craft Beer scene is rapidly growing (see Andrew’s recent article Upcoming Austin Breweries-May 2015) and Strange Land Brewery is one of the newer breweries. Andrew Schwab and I have teamed up to bring you brewery profiles from the Austin area. The intent of this series is to give you the inside scoop on who these breweries […]

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Zilker Brewing Co

Upcoming Austin Breweries – May 2015

By Andrew Schwab / May 6, 2015 / 4 Comments

Upcoming Austin Breweries – May 2015 With all that is happening in the Austin beer scene, it is hard to keep track of which Austin breweries are in the process of opening around town. Needless to say, the Austin scene is exploding. This quarterly article is mostly focused on the Austin breweries that currently have locations, most of which are already under construction or about to release their beers. It includes updates from my previous January […]

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Big Texas Beer Festival

Big Texas Beer Fest: Breweries, Food, and More Beer

By Andrew Schwab / April 17, 2015 / 0 Comments

Big Texas Beer Fest: Breweries, Food, and More Beer We have been lucky in Austin over the last couple of years for breweries. Our brewery scene has been leading the state for some time. We have had the most number of breweries, the most variety in styles being made, and arguably, the best beer being made in Texas. I hate to say this, but Dallas is gaining on us quickly. By my last count, DFW […]

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Real Ale Brewing

Real Ale Brewing New Taproom Open

By Irina Plakas / March 5, 2015 / 1 Comment

On Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Real Ale Brewing will welcome the public to its new taproom at the company’s brewery in Blanco, Texas. This will mark the first Saturday that the brewery has been open to the public and the first time Real Ale Brewing Co. will offer beer for purchase in the taproom. The new taproom provides a bird’s eye view of the packaging hall, allowing visitors to watch the brewery at work while enjoying […]

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BS Brewing

Brewery Daytrip: BS Brewing in Seguin, TX

By Feature Blogger / December 15, 2014 / 1 Comment

This is a guest post by Denae Schwab.   BS Brewing Winterfest Party I always look forward to trying a new brewery, whether it is in another state, country, or even just a few miles outside of Austin. So venturing into BS brewery for the first time on December 6 was exciting. In the small, quaint town of Seguin is BS Brewery. In my opinion, every small town needs a local brewery instead of their […]

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Middleton Brewing Taproom Open

By Andrew Schwab / October 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

Middleton Brewing Taproom Opening! For those looking for a brewery day-trip in the region, our friends at Middleton Brewing in San Marcos are finally opening back up. Middleton Brewing has been around since 2011 functioning as a nano brewery / brewpub near Wimberley. Their old location was in a very interesting two story building surrounded by large decks. It did not leave all that much room for expanding production or distribution, but was a great […]

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More Breweries Are Coming To Texas

By Andrew Schwab / October 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

This is a guest post by Andrew Schwab. More and more breweries are coming to Texas every week.  Last week, TABC has approved the sale of Foolproof Brewing Company and Champion Brewing Company out of Virginia. Foolproof Brewing is located in Rhode Island, which would make it the first brewery from Rhode Island to be sold in Texas. Seeing how Foolproof was founded in Pawtucket and only started operations in 2013, it is a surprise to […]

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Texas New Brewery Profile: Revolver Brewing

By Feature Blogger / December 4, 2012 / 0 Comments

Hi there fellow Austinites, this is Josh from over at The Austin Entrepreneur. I originally started writing about the Texas, and more specifically, the Austin beer scene because of its relative newcomer status in the word of American craft beers. There’s something to be said of the community spirit and do-it-yourself attitude that the brewers, bar owners, and fans seem to share. Before I moved here from the UK, I couldn’t even fathom dropping fifteen […]

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