TABC Label and Brewery Approvals Jan 20 2015

On most weeks, TABC releases Label and Brewery approvals that have been approved for sale in Texas. Every beer that is sold in Texas has to go through this process before you can see it on store shelves. This is a way to see what beer will be coming into the Texas market before it shows up at your local bottle shop or craft beer bar. The time frame between showing up on the label approval list and hitting the shelves could be anywhere from a day to a couple of months out.

The same can be said for breweries. The brewery approvals tend to be even further out. Every brewery sold in Texas has to go through the same process to get approved by the TABC. Once they do this, they can then get labels approved.

I only include craft beer labels that have been approved.

After each label, I have indicated what they have been approved to sell in. They are as follows:

K = Keg
B = Large format bottle
b = Small format bottle
c = Small format (12oz) can
C = Larger format cans

Here are this week’s TABC Label releases:

Austin Beerworks – Gringo de Mayo Mexcian Style Lager (K)
B-52 Single Hop Saison (K)
Brazos Valley – Roots Radicals DIPA (B, K)
Breckenridge – Barrel Aged 471 IPA Series (K)
Breckenridge – Breck IPA (b, K)
Breckenridge – Tequila Barrel Aged Ophelia Hoppy Wheat Ale (B, K)
Bridgeport – Long Ball Ale Dry Hopped Golden Ale (b, B, K)
Bridgeport – Stumptown Tart Belgian Style Ale Brewed with Raspberries (B, K)
Cobra – Donut Dunker Porter Brewed with Coffee (B, K)
Destihl – Clarice Grand Cru Belgian Style Dark Ale (B)
Destihl – Dubbel Belgian Style Abbey Dubbel (B)
Foolproof – Backyahd IPA (c)
Foolproof – La Ferme Urbaine Farmhouse Ale (c)
Foolproof – Raincloud Robust Porter (c)
Grapevine – Lakefire Rye Pale Ale (K)
Grapevine – Monarch Classic American Wheat (K)
Jester King – Repose (B)
Lone Pint – Zythophile Equinox Ale (K)
North Coast – ACME California Ale (B)
Rodenbach – Grand Cru (b)
Samuel Adams – Downtime Pilsner (b, K)
Spoetzl – Shiner Bock (C)
Strange Land – Alemannia Alt (B, C)
Strange Land – Atholl Brose Scotch (b, B)
Strange Land – Bishopgate Barleywine (b, B)
Strange Land – Dewi Sant Braggot (b, B)
Strange Land – Entire Porter Ale (b, B)
Strange Land – Ploughshare Saison (b, B)
Strange Land – Sanctum Dubbel (b, B)
Strange Land – The Last Gentlemen Bourbon Porter Ale (b, B)
Twin Peaks – Barrel Aged Brown Ale (K)
Twin Peaks – Drophead Redhead Pale Ale (K)
Victory – Kirsch Gose Sour Cherry Beer (b, K)

TABC Brewery Approvals:

Rentsch Brewery – Georgetown
Barrow Brewing Company – Salado
O’Neil and Sons Brewing Company – Port Lavaca

A couple things to take from these releases:

Rentsch – This will be Georgetown’s first operational brewery. They were originally slated to open earlier this year, but with everything ended up taking longer than expected. While they have received their TABC approvals, they are still waiting on their Federal TTB approvals to start operating. Hopefully, it will not take too much longer for them.

TABC Label and Brewery Approvals April 8 2015

Strange Land – Looks like they are going to be coming out strong with their new cans and bottles. I have to say, I really like the artwork on all of these. I have attached quite a few below to check out.

TABC Label and Brewery Approvals April 8 2015 Strange Land Alemannia

Strange Land Atholl Brose

Strange Land Bishopsgate

Strange Land Dewi Sant

Strange Land Entire

Strange Land Ploighshare

Strange Land Sanctum

Strange Land The Gentelman

TABC Label and Brewery Approvals April 8 2015

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