Austin has been home to a burgeoning beer scene for quite some time, and in the past several years, that beer scene has expanded throughout Central Texas. Our guide walks you through a comprehensive list of Central Texas brewpubs and breweries to assist you in discovering the wide world of Central Texas beer. For even more Texas beer destinations, visit our map of All Texas-wide Breweries and Brewpubs.
Each section of the guide contains information about food options, links to recent articles about the brewery, and social media links. For a listing of weekly events and beer releases, visit the events page updated each Friday.
Because the Central Texas beer scene is booming, the guide is broken down by region.
This guide covers the area south of the 183 corridor and north of the river, including downtown and east Austin breweries and brewpubs.
Unofficially coined the North Austin Brewery District, this section covers all the breweries and brewpubs near the Domain and the Q2 soccer stadium.
South of the river is always the moniker for defining South Austin. Here you will find breweries and brewpubs in the St. Elmo and South Congress districts, along with options near the airport.
There are multiple suburbs and cities a short drive from Austin that have options worth the trip, many with picturesque town squares and hill country views.
This region includes San Marcos and New Braunfels, along with several cities east of town famous for their Bar B Que.
Why the distinction between these two areas in such close proximity? Even though they are a stone's throw from one another, several Fitzhugh locations have Austin addresses.
Visitors from all over flock to the Hill Country for a reason, this section of the guide covers a wide range of locations that are perfect for a day trip.