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Shannon Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Keller - 16.59 mi

Shannon Brewing Company is an independent and growing craft brewery located in Keller, Texas that produces an “award-winning portfolio of all-natural beer.” They have great beer that comes from a profound commitment to an old-world brewing process, the best natural ingredients available and a very patient aging process. They crafts all of their beer the way it was done centuries ago — with fire using pure Texas spring water, whole grain, whole flower hops and a whole lotta love. The brewery engineered a one-of-a-kind brewhouse, allowing it to heat its mash and wort with fire, giving its beer a caramelized malt profile. In addition to their great selection of craft beer, Shannon Brewing Company also offers cider, wine, sodas, and lemonade.

Walking Beam Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Bridgeport - 17.97 mi

John and Candy Townsend are the founders of Walking Beam Brewing Company, a nano brewpub in Bridgeport. Walking Beam Brewing Co crafts a variety of styles including several gluten-free recipes. John experiments with grains like millet due to Candace’s gluten intolerance. They also brew in small quantities so drop by often. To pair with the beers, the pub also serves pizzas and other pub grubs. "The food is good, the beer is cold, and the service is great". Also, "the prices are reasonable". "It is a family-friendly environment but also a good place to meet friends or watch a game and unwind". "The place is immaculate, the background music just right and not too loud, the tv's on the wall showing sports but no loud sports coverage for it did not come across as a sports bar at all". It is "definitely a family-oriented place that everyone in town should experience at least once or come back again".

Knowles Brothers Craft Brewing

Craft Brewery in Flower Mound - 20.76 mi

Skott and Bryan Knowles are brothers and both share a passion for craft beers. Together with brother-in-law Chaz, the husband of their sister Kristy, they started homebrewing at Bryan’s kitchen. Bit by bit, they’ve expanded their operations to accommodate bigger tanks and capacities. They’ve even thought of knocking down walls in their houses to realize their dreams. Skott and Bryan Knowles are now deep in the process of realizing Knowles Brothers Craft Brewing’s commercial operations. They’ve been popping up at different events around North Texas, and letting others sample their brews. Their mission is “to brew a wide range of excellent and innovative craft brews”.

Panther Island Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 22.65 mi

Panther Island Brewing is a family own and operated microbrewery that was born and raised in Panther City. It became a reality in December 9, 2014 with the support of friends and family. It started out as a “passion for craft beer and a fascination for home brewing” that eventually grew into a full scale brewery. They have a tap room that offers local live music, great variety of food trucks with amazing food, lots of games for entertainment, a huge TV to watch the game, and a beautiful view of Downtown from their patio. Fort Worth is the home of Panther Island Brewing company and they love giving back to the community while doing something they love.

Brutal Beerworks

Craft Brewery in North Richland Hills - 22.99 mi

Brutal Beerworks owners Eric Johnson, Sallie McIntyre, and Jason Perez named their craft brewery after the “brutal” journey towards opening their dream business. Eric had been a passionate homebrewer and Jason is a professional brewer at another brewery. The two met, and with Sallie joining to do the stuff that neither wants to do, they were on their way to building their dream. Or so they thought. The dream took a “brutal” route including application delays due to the government shutdown. Fundraising and many other problems came their way. Finally, on Father’s Day 2019, they opened the brewery to the public and became North Richland Hills’ first brewery. The owners initially came up with a different name for Brutal Beerworks, but in the end, the name seemed fitting. Brutal, yes, but (or is it “and”?) it’s definitely good beer according to initial reviews. On a side note, Eric’s giving away free beer to the first person to give the original name they thought of for the brewery.

Cowtown Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 23.07 mi

If you're looking for a family-friendly brewpub that serves delicious craft beer and BBQ, you have to check out this place! They are open for in-house dining, so you can enjoy their mouth-watering dishes and refreshing craft beer in a welcoming atmosphere. Their commitment to using high-quality ingredients and traditional preparation methods ensures that every dish they serve is made with care and attention to detail. And with a focus on providing exceptional service and a welcoming atmosphere, you won't be disappointed when you visit this establishment. Their dedication to craft beer is reflected in their wide selection of unique and refreshing brews. And with a passion for quality and a commitment to excellence, you won't be disappointed when you visit this establishment. So why not come check out this place today and experience the ultimate in delicious, high-quality craft beer and BBQ? With a passion for quality and a commitment to excellence, you won't be disappointed! As an establishment that is dedicated to providing a unique dining experience, they are sure to satisfy your cravings for delicious, high-quality food and refreshing craft beer that is bursting with flavor.

Maple Branch Craft BreweryNo Own Retail Location

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 23.34 mi

Maple Branch Craft Brewery is a small batch brewery and beer garden in Fort Worth, Texas. Their offerings will take your taste-buds on a journey, whether that's with “exotic new flavors or craft classics.” Each batch they brew is special. They don't mass produce and they don't take short cuts. Maple Branch Craft Brewery have won over 30 awards in competitions across the country, including first place for their “American Brown Ale at Bluebonnet Brew-Off,” the largest single-site home brew competition in the world. Their goal is to be a positive force in the community and contribute in the way they know best – providing kick-ass craft beer and a space for people in all walks of life to unwind and enjoy the little things.

Martin House Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 23.39 mi

Established March 2012, Martin House Brewing Company has been a staple of the Texas craft beer movement. With a solid year-round portfolio, as well as a number of limited beers, there’s always something new brewing here. Selection includes “MH Pils, Salty Lady, True Love, Friday IPA, Day Break, Bockslider, Cellarman's Reserve IPA, Imperial Texan, and more than 40 limited beers each year.” Behind this successful company is a team of brewers, explorers, and dreamers. They avoid tradition in favor of adventure, both in brewing and in life. They value good ingredients and good people, and each of the beers they offer pairs perfectly with life’s memorable moments. Martin House Brewing Company wants to be the handcrafted beer you and your friends choose when celebrating your most recent adventure or planning the next one.

Parker County Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Willow Park - 23.68 mi

Located in the Shops at Willow Park, Parker County Brewing Company is the “first brewery in the county” since the 1800s. They have a great selection of award winning hand crafted beers brewed on-site, right here, in Parker County Texas. No matter what your favorite brew is, they have something that will make you happy! Born in upstate NY, Owner Josh moved to Texas and started home brewing almost immediately. After over a decade, he partnered up with Ryan Stewart and opened, the Parker County Brewing Company. Ryan began brewing 10 years ago and after perfecting recipes on his 10gal system, he made the official jump to be the head brewer of the company. In addition to their handcrafted beers, Parker County Brewing Company also makes the finest Neapolitan pizza in the county! All pizza on the menu are handmade using only the finest imported ingredients.

Barley & Board

Craft Brewery in Denton - 23.98 mi

Barley & Board, Denton's first Gastropub, is housed in a historic building from 1858 in downtown Denton. Enjoy a serene atmosphere and original brick walls while savoring an ever-changing menu featuring fresh, high-quality ingredients and handcrafted brews. Try the truffled portobello fries or charcuterie board, or go for a more substantial dish like the curried shrimp & grits. With an extensive selection of cocktails, beer, and wine, there's something for everyone. Join us in Texas for a culinary experience you won't forget.

Denton County Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Denton - 24.07 mi

Denton County Brewing Company is the brainchild of Seth and Jen Morgan. The husband and wife initially envisioned the brewery as “Denton’s second living room”, where Denton residents can “(hang) out on your couch”. These days, they call it Denton’s “adult playground (with) board games, trivia nights, delicious appetizers, and the coolest bar staff”. The brewery has been serving craft beers “born and brewed in Denton” since 2017. Besides their house brews, they also serve a selection of wine, sake, ciders, and beers from other local breweries. For $1,000, customers can buy a “Biersal”. With reference to German mythical folklore, Biersal members get a free beer for life. The “Augustine – The Extended Experience” at $295, meanwhile, gives members discounts to beers and early access to new beer releases, among other benefits.

Armadillo Ale Works

Craft Brewery in Denton - 24.12 mi

It was a long road to opening their own brewery for Armadillo Ale Works founders Bobby Mullins and Yianni Arestis. The brewery finally opened its doors on June 1, 2018, but their story starts much earlier. It actually starts in 2010 when the resilient duo won a grant to pursue their dream of brewing their own beers. Since then, they’ve run a successful Kickstarter campaign, had a location deal that went south, and overcame alienating their fans because of a supply disruption.  Uniquely, the brewery claims the distinction of having won prestigious industry awards without ever having its own brewing facility. Now settled at their Denton location, they continue to craft their award-winning beers and sodas. They even brew coffee at the taproom. The space is also available for special event venue rentals, with liquid refreshments from the brewery, of course.

HopFusion Ale Works

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 24.36 mi

Owned by Macy Moore and Matt Hill, HopFusion Ale Works celebrates the craft beer experience. Both owners are passionate about innovation and art, and they’ve fused these concepts into each craft beer they’ve created. “Craft beer is about the experience”, they both say. With many passions between them, they came up with the idea of brewing beers for a living in December 2014. After many months of "blood, sweat, and tears", they began distributing their beer creations in the summer of 2016, and opened the taproom in November. In their beer brewing journey, they’ve discovered that “craft beer is… about community and friends”. To this end, they’ve built a strong following for their beers. Their honey vanilla blonde ale “Feisty Blonde” won medals at the 2017 and 2018 U.S. Open Beer Championship, among other award-winning beers.

Funky Picnic Brewery

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 24.45 mi

Funky Picnic Brewery & Café founders Samantha Glenn, Collin Zreet, Jenni Hanley, and John Koch believe that a picnic isn’t complete without food and beer. One can’t be more important than the other. This is why they have paired Head Brewer Michael Harper with Chef Josh Rangel. Delicious craft beer paired with amazing appetizers, artisan sandwiches, and desserts. Located in the South Main Village of Fort Worth, the brewery believes in “honoring classic techniques while also experimenting with new styles and terroir-based ingredients”. What this all means is a variety of beers – 16 at last count – that cater to different tastes. Their menu, meanwhile, was carefully designed with a beer pairing in mind. So go ahead – ask them for a recommendation. Not a beer drinker? No problem – they have a selection of wines and hard ciders. There’s even a special kid-friendly menu and non-alcoholic beverages. Funky Picnic Brewery is included in Kim’s 7 Great Take Out Deals in Fort Worth During Covid-19. Even without a pandemic, they’re still worth checking out!

Rahr and Sons Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 24.59 mi

Located on the south side of downtown Fort Worth, Rahr and Sons Brewing Company opened its doors in 2004. The Rahr family started making beer in America in 1847 after William and Natalie Rahr immigrated from Rhineland, Germany to Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The steadily increasing population of European settlers created a demand for beer of better quality than “the typical kitchen brew” and William knew he was the person to fill the void. Today, Rahr Malting Co. produces and supplies malt and industry-related brewing supplies to roughly “90% of the breweries in the United States.” Inside Rahr and Sons Brewing, you can expect to line up for a pint of beer. After that, feel free to visit the gift shop or find a spot to sit at one of the picnic tables. Rahr and Sons Brewing Co is included in Kim’s 7 Great Take Out Deals in Fort Worth During Covid-19. Even without a pandemic, they’re still worth checking out!

Wild Acre Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 24.64 mi

Located in Fort Worth’s historical Hell’s Half Acre, Wild Acre Brewing Company’s brewery and taproom are surrounded on one side by a wooded area. This “surprising bastion of nature” is just a mile or two from bustling downtown Fort Worth. The very large climate-controlled 5,000 sq ft taproom also features a landscaped outdoor beer garden. Opened in 2016 by owner/founder John Pritchett, the brewery has announced ongoing expansion plans for the brewery. Unlike other brewery owners and founders, John’s background is in beer distribution. The brewery expands its footprint and distribution capabilities with the opening of the brewery’s second location at the Ridglea Hills neighborhood. The new 3,000 sq ft second location has its own brewing system and restaurant. Expect to find their lineup of quality craft beer such as their Ranch Style Pils and T-Hawk IPA.

Fort Brewery & Pizza

Craft Brewery in Fort Worth - 24.82 mi

For the owners of Fort Brewery & Pizza, pizzas and beers are two of the best things that bring people together. This is especially true when both are taken together. Thus, it’s important for the owners of the brewery and restaurant to honor their family’s legacy in helping build the Fort Worth community. According to the company’s website, they hope the brewery becomes “an inviting place for the whole community”. With a beer named after a family ancestor and said to be the "first baby born in Fort Worth", the company takes their mission to heart. The brewery actually comes in the heels of two other breweries which occupied its premises. The company changed hands in March 2018, and reopened under its new name in June. They currently serve six beers on tap and a selection of wines from Kent & Co. And then there's the delicious pizza, of course.

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