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Whitestone Brewery

Craft Brewery in Cedar Park - 1.32 mi

Ryan Anglen’s day job is in the software industry but he had a chance to turn a hobby into a business. With the help of another Texan whom he hired as head brewer, Ryan and his wife Danielle established Whitestone Brewery in January 2016. Whitestone Brewery currently has about 5 or 6 beers on tap year round with seasonal offerings all throughout the year. They distribute 6-pack cans in groceries and liquor stores or find them in over 200 bars and restaurants in Austin. Join their Pub Club ($100 for the first year and $50 thereafter) to get exclusive merchandise and party privileges. Van's Damn Tasty Tacos & Ronburguesas is on standby daily if you’re hungry. There’s also a selection of wines, mead, ciders, and soda for those looking for an alternative to their beers.

(512) 765-4828

Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Cedar Park - 3.07 mi

Located in Cedar Park, Texas, Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Company offers fresh house roasted coffees and house brewed beer. It was founded in 2014 through a “passion for artisan coffee and craft beer,” and profound entrepreneurial spirits. With a focus on supporting other local artisans, Red Horn also offers locally sourced baked goods, charcuterie, cheeses, sodas, kombucha, wine, and a variety of sandwiches, salads and other artisan coffee and craft beer. They take great pride in what they make, what they serve, and their moral compass. Ultimately, Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing was designed to be a “welcoming place with good vibes and quality products and service.” Whether it’s sitting at the bar, lounging on a couch, or listening to local live music, their atmosphere is laid back and inviting.

(512) 986-7038

Hedgehog Brewing

Craft Brewery in Cedar Park - 3.44 mi

Specializing on bright, hoppy ales and unique farmhouse beers, Hedgehog Brewing was founded by lifelong Austinites and brothers "Chris & Jonathan Harris." The name of this craft brewery comes from owner, Jonathan Harris, Scottish family’s crest, which is said to have hedgehogs on it. They focus on wild ales, fermented with "Wild Hill Country yeast" that has been collected in Texas, as well as hop forward beers, and barrel aged stouts/barley wines. They brew what they enjoy to drink and are excited to share it with you. Some of their selection includes Double Dry-Hopped Hoptimism, Need For Tweed Scotch Ale with coconut, Double IPA, Farmhouse ale with mango and habanero, and Farmhouse ale with pineapple, dry-hopped.

Uncultured Ales

Craft Brewery in Austin - 4.73 mi

Austin’s Uncultured Ales is a “very low production brewery” specializing in aged sour beers. Founder Cass Everitt is a self-taught homebrewer who happens to like sour beers. He specializes in what he calls “laissez-faire fermentation”. The process can take several months or even years, which accounts for his low production capacity for now. The brewery also doesn’t have a taproom just yet, but has managed to produce eight varieties. These include Fugarillo, a light golden dry hopped sour, and C-A55, a sour red ale. For distribution, he relies on Flood Independent Distribution. Meanwhile, fans of his beers can check Uncultured Ales’ Facebook page for information on where to find his beers.

5th Element Brewing

Craft Brewery in Leander - 5.63 mi

The craft beer scene in Texas has been expanding throughout the years and 5th Element Brewing is one of the brewery in Austin that is making their own name in the industry. Behind this are artisan beer producers who “thirst for beer and the human connection brought through it’s enjoyment.” In 2018, 5th Element Brewing has chosen old town Leander as their new location for the brewpup, showcasing some their great brews including “Whisky Porter on Nitro, Session IPA, Pickle Weisse, Blonde Ale, and a couple of special secret potions!” It is a dog and child-friendly place with brewing equipment, indoor seating and a Biergarten structure outdoors.

(512) 922-3849

Humble Pint Brewing

Craft Brewery in Leander - 5.86 mi

Humble Pint Brewing Co. is a family-owned and operated brewpub in Leander, Texas, serving craft beer and handmade pizzas! At Humble Pint Brewing, their goal is to brew and serve great craft beer in a welcoming, friendly taproom environment for superb guests.  Those aims should be at the top of any small independent brewery’s list of priorities! Humble Pint Brewing takes environmental concerns seriously.  They constantly work to improve their operation’s impact through recycled/upcycled use of brewing grain, methods for reduced water usage during equipment cleaning, investigation of solar options for powering the brewhouse and taproom, and analysis of possible alternate uses for other brewing byproducts, such as side-streaming brewery wastewater.

(512) 271-4672

Oasis Texas Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Austin - 7.57 mi

Brewing world-class Texas beers in Austin, Oasis Texas Brewing Company offers incredible beers, spectacular views, live music, and relaxed dining in their taproom above Lake Travis. They are serving casual “American fare & brewing session beer in-house.” Oasis Texas Brewing Company has state-of-the-art brewing facility that is poised to charm beer fans with artfully crafted beers both in cans and on draft. With an experienced team of brewers led by Austin’s own Spencer Tielkemeier, they are committed to serving “fresh, flavorful craft beers for savvy drinkers.” Since their opening in 2014, Oasis Texas Brewing Company have won “two medals at the Great American Beer Fest” for their year-round beers. Their beers can be found throughout Texas and are now available in Alabama and Florida.Oasis Texas Brewing Company has been included in our list of 10 Must-Try Craft Breweries in Austin (2020). Check out the link to read more!

(512) 284-9407

Pint House Pizza (Round Rock)

Craft Brewery in Round Rock - 7.87 mi

Bringing deliciousness to Austin's taste buds, Pint House Pizza is a family-friendly brewpub “selling beer and pizza in Round Rock, Texas.” They chose Round Rock for their 3rd location because the town is appealing and has become an outpost of other Austin chains and the site of new restaurants from established Austin chefs. One thing that you can count on at the Round Rock spot is their exciting “IPAs and Pinthouse’s specialty style.” This location has corn holing, da fuzz ball and air hockey to entertain you when pizza and a good IPA just isn't enough. They quickly established itself as the place to go for fresh takes on the beloved beer.

(512) 717-0869

Infamous Brewing

Craft Brewery in Austin - 9.26 mi

Providing great handmade craft beer in small batches, Infamous Brewing in Austin was founded by a group of people who shared “passion for quality beer.” The team hails from a diverse background spanning multiple industries who have settled in ATX from other parts of Texas and from both the East and West Coasts. They were drawn to the craft and the excitement of the “ever-growing craft beer scene in Austin.” At Infamous Brewing, you can enjoy samples of handmade craft beers, such as “cream ales, IPAs & peanut-butter stouts,” before heading home with a shirt & pint glass. Come take a look! It's pretty cool what a few dudes, nine months and a bunch of beer can do.

(512) 487-8786

Compadre Brewing

Craft Brewery in Round Rock - 9.58 mi

Officially opened in the summer of 2019, Compadre Brewing is owned and operated by the Galvan family in Pflugerville/Round Rock. It’s a dog-friendly and family friendly brewery that started with a “Make Your Own Beer Kit” Christmas gift for Roel, the brewery’s owner and brewer. Together with his father Roy, the two set out to discover the world of craft beers, which culminated in their opening Compadre Brewing. As fate would have it, the family took over a short-lived brewery that used to exist at their present location. The brewery soft-opened with their Cinco De Cele(brew)cion last May 5, and served about 32 different craft beers on tap, including their own creations.A few months into their opening, the reviews have been great:
  • “It is awesome. Friendly staff, good beers and plenty of options of other local beers”
  • “Solid selection of beers”
  • “They like to push flavor profiles and add depth to the beer (which is) a good thing”

(512) 992-0665

Circle Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.06 mi

Nashville natives Ben Sabel and Judson Mulherin founded Circle Brewing Company in 2010 making it the oldest microbrewery in North Austin. Adhering to the principles of the German Purity Law, the duo believes in combining the Law "with a little creativity and Texas ingenuity”. This philosophy results in award winning beers including their Alibi Blonde, which won silver at the 2014 World Beer Cup. In 2016, their Archetype Historical IPA won gold at the 2016 edition. Their Doppel Blur Imperial Hefe, meanwhile, took bronze at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival.Circle Brewing is popular with the Austin community because they host several unique events each year. For example, in 2019, the 0.5K Marathon at the brewery's parking lot is on its 6th year. With beer in hand, donors participate in a race and proceeds go to a different charity each year. Another unique event had them team up with Equality Texas during Pride Month. The brewery sold Fanny Pack Kolsch in rainbow-colored cans and donated $1 for each can sold to the non-profit.

Austin Beerworks

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.22 mi

Austin Beerworks' four co-founders believe that “beer brings people together”. To this end, they established Austin Beerworks so “people (will) have a better time”. Austin Beerworks beers are only sold within about 50 miles of Austin, but the brewery is gaining national recognition. They recently made Forbes 11 Best Beers list in 2018. The brand started with their first release in April 2011. Initially raising the eyebrows of craft beer fans by having them distributed in bold, attractive cans, it went from a startup to “growing by over 180% each year”. Today, they have “core four” beers - Peacemaker, Pearl-Snap, Flavor Country, and Fire Eagle. In addition, they have a rotating set of seasonal beers, and the Heavy Machinery seasonal IPA series. They also lay claim to a world's first - the 99-pack - a marketing gimmick to promote their Peacemaker "Anytime Ale". In 2016, Austin Chronicle dubbed them “the new official beer of Austin”. In 2017, they expanded to a 15,000+ square foot warehouse next door to the brewery.Austin Beerworks has been included in our list of 10 Must-Try Craft Breweries in Austin (2020). Check out the link to read more!

(512) 821-2494

Bluebonnet Beer Company

Craft Brewery in Round Rock - 10.35 mi

Bluebonnet Beer Company is a family-run brewery in Round Rock. The owners are husband and wife David and Clare Hulama. David holds a degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin. He acquired his brewing skills from the Institute of Brewing and Distilling in London, and at University of California at Davis. Clare, meanwhile, is a sales and marketing veteran of over twenty years. The brewery and taproom they established in 2013 is a dream business nearly ten years in the making. On weekends, the children might even be at the taproom helping their parents.The brewery has four core beers year round, with fifteen seasonal beers available. The brewery also has the “very limited distribution” Immortal Ten Series. Available only in Round Rock, these beers are dedicated to the ten Round Rock students and staff of Baylor University who lost their lives in a tragic 1927 accident.

(512) 774-4258

Adelbert’s Brewery

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.39 mi

Adelbert’s Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery in Austin. Established in 2011 and named after founder Scott Hovey’s brother, George Adelbert “Del” Hovey, the brewery imbues all its brews with Del’s spirit of adventure and love for travel.The brewery is proud of their hands-on brewing process which uses only quality ingredients, and several of their brews have won many awards. There are year-round mainstays, fruited brews, and limited releases; some varieties are available in cans. Check out their very informative website. They tell you what’s available at the taproom and their suggested perfect pairings. You can learn all about Del’s travels that inspired many of their brews’ names and flavors, too.They have a partner food truck for the month to cater to customers' munchies. Tours of the brewery are by request only.

(512) 662-1462

4th Tap Brewing Cooperative

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.51 mi

The 4th Tap Brewing Cooperative is Texas’ first worker-owned brewery, and one of the first in the U.S.  It took the founders 6 years of planning, and they finally opened in November 2015. Today, each person you see making, selling, or serving their delicious craft beers owns a piece of 4th Tap.The brewery is located in north Austin. The taproom was “designed to bring together [the] neighborhood… and share 4th Tap’s love of beer, art, music, and much more.” And, wrestling is one of those “much more”. The taproom is open daily and there’s a wrestling ring in the back for occasional wrestling matches. “Party World Rasslin’” (PWR) is one of the special events aligned with their mantra “Brew. Share. Party. Repeat.” There are three “core beer line-up” and several others on seasonal rotation at the taproom. Some of the varieties come in cans and are available for purchase.

(512) 904-9817

Oskar Blues Brewery

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.52 mi

Founded in 2002, Oskar Blues Brewery is the “1st American craft brewery to brew and can beers.” They shattered craft beer convention by stuffing their voluminously hopped mutha of a brew, “Dale’s Pale Ale,” into a portable, crushable, infinitely recyclable can. They want to craft beer in can because it stays fresher for longer, and it’s easy to pack in and pack out on any soul-saving adventure. Oskar Blues Brewery is now operating their breweries in “Colorado, North Carolina and Texas” to provide craft beer in a can to all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and 17 other countries. Other offerings include Old Chub Scotch Ale, Mama's Little Yella Pils, G'Knight Imperial Red Ale, GUBNA Imperial IPA, Ten FIDY Imperial Stout, Deviant Dale's IPA, and other specialties.

(512) 243-7054

Celis Brewery

Craft Brewery in Austin - 10.66 mi

The Celis Brewery name is synonymous with witbier or “white beer”. The name Celis had gone through two iterations previously. Pierre Celis, the legendary brewer, built two breweries - one in Belgium and another in Austin - which ended in "Faustian deals” and forced Pierre to give up the breweries he built. The beer world mourned Pierre's passing in 2011. He is credited with reviving witbier, which had all but died in the 1950s.Celis Brewery “2.0”, essentially the third iteration of the brewery, is by Christine Celis, Pierre’s daughter. With help from outside investors, the brewery and taproom opened in 2017. Using her father’s original recipes, Christine recreated the beers that were her father’s legacy. She also introduced new ones that promise to continue the family name’s legendary reputation. Daytona Camps, Christine's daughter, joins her mother at the brewery. Like her mother, she is also a brewer having perfected her brewing skills around the U.S. and in Europe.Celis Brewery has been included in our list of 10 Must-Try Craft Breweries in Austin (2020). Check out the link to read more!

(512) 524-2377

Frontyard Brewing

Craft Brewery in Austin - 11.74 mi

Frontyard Brewing doesn’t just brew beer. Instead, the brewery aims to build a friendly and family-oriented community, and the “beer is just the invitation”. The brewery currently has a lineup of five beers. These consist of the Belgian Blond Ale, Rye IPA, Coffee Milk Stout, Oatmeal Stout, and Belgian Golden Ale.Instead of putting up their own taproom, a “hallmark” of any brewery, the brewery upon launch upended the traditional brewery business plan by selling their beers first around Austin. As of October 2019, the brewery is busy with the construction of their “front yard”. When finished, it will house the brewery’s expanded facilities, and features the company’s very own taproom. Expected to open by spring 2020, owners and founders Kevin Jones and Chad Worner are hoping to see their fans in their “porch” and sipping on a pint. Meanwhile, Frontyard invites its fans to use the brewery's website to learn where their beers are available.

(512) 772-2600

Growler Room

Craft Brewery in Austin - 12.14 mi

Growler Room is Austin’s original growler fill station, with 30 taps in store! They’ve got beer, cider, mead, cold brew coffee, and ginger beer, which you can grab at the bar, or have a filled growler to go. The Growler Room prides itself as the “place where everybody knows your name,” having four people working the shifts and building a “warm and welcoming establishment.” Relax and hang out with friends, or make new ones as there is no live music or TVs like other bars. Instead, they’ve got board games, darts, crosswords, and even a “lively topic of conversation at the bar to engage in.” The drinks are the main focus, but people are welcome to bring food or have it delivered.

(512) 748-7852

Black Star Co-op

Craft Brewery in Austin - 13.02 mi

Black Star Co-op is the world’s first cooperatively-owned and worker self-managed brewpub, owned by a community of more than 3,000 individuals and organizations. It incorporates locally-sourced, sustainably produced ingredients into the menu, supporting local farmers, ranchers, and purveyors. The menu consists of classic brunch fare like "avocado toast", starters like "buffalo wings", entrees like "fish & chips", and "luscious" desserts like "bread pudding". This Austin brewpub takes great pride in its constantly rotating beer selection it has crafted over 55 "unique" recipes over the years that are brewed seasonally. You can enjoy $1 off selected wines and all snacks on "happy hour", which runs Tuesday through Thursday, 3 - 6 PM.

(512) 452-2337

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