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Galveston Bay Beer Company

Craft Brewery in Dickinson - 4.14 mi

Established in 2014, the Galveston Bay Beer Company is Galveston County’s largest brewery. At the time, it was also one of the first in the area. The interesting thing about the brewery besides its beers is its commitment to preserving Galveston County’s rich beer brewing history, which dates back to 1895. The company has artifacts related to the craft of beer brewing from the past 120 years.Their air-conditioned taproom at Dickinson is open daily. With at least 12 beers to choose from, some are exclusive to the taproom only. Opened in 2016, they “specialize in lighter style beers but dark beer fans can enjoy the Bull Shark, their Scottish ale". A blogger advises readers to ask their bartenders about “High Grade” and the beer's interesting backstory during the prohibition era.

(281) 339-3210

Saloon Door Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Webster - 6.02 mi

Established in 2016, Saloon Door Brewing Company is the creator of several popular and critically acclaimed brews including “Tasty AF Peanut Butter & Chocolate Milk Stout, I Must Break You Russian Imperial Stout, Panhandler Pale Ale and many others.” They make their craft beer in house with a 10-barrel system using only the finest ingredients available. They also focus on sustainable sourcing, using local vendors, and making maximum efforts to keep carbon footprint at an absolute minimum. Their rustic, “old west taproom” is roughly 2400 sq ft that can comfortable fit about 150 people. They have a big board where you can see the available brews that changes weekly, but they usually have between 16-20 ice cold, delicious, craft beers available on tap and/or on nitro. If beer isn’t your thing, they also have a house red and white wine, hard cider, soda and water available for you!

(281) 332-5800

Bakfish Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Pearland - 12.15 mi

Bakfish Brewing Company has a distinction that no one can ever take away -- Pearland’s first craft brewery and brewpub. Established by friends Brian Allen and Kris Szecsy, they quit their jobs to establish the brewery in 2016. Houston metro area’s third largest city was somewhat of a “beer desert” because it had no local brewery of its own prior to its opening.With a 2,000 square foot air-conditioned taproom and a large covered patio, the brewery accommodates seating for about 300. There are five flagship brews including I Tell You Wit (a Belgian wit bier), Golden Ale (a blond ale), and Defying Gravity double IPA, with rotating seasonal and small batch releases at the taproom.The brewery does not serve food but has scheduled rotating food trucks onsite. Guests can also have food delivered or bring their own at the family- and dog-friendly brewpub.

(281) 993-8658

Brigadoon Brewery & Brew School

Craft Brewery in Pasadena - 12.18 mi

The Brigadoon Brewery & Brew School attempts to recreate the "Scottish Renaissance brewpub". Located on the grounds of the Texas Renaissance Festival, it allows guests to step back in time and see "period specific" brewing equipment and techniques. This includes use of ingredients and recipes that would have been available during the 1400s through the 1600s”. Opened in 2008, the brewery uses modern equipment, too, but they try to remain an authentic and “unique living history demonstration” of techniques used during the Renaissance period.The brewery takes its name from the 1947 musical of the same name. The musical “centers (on) an enchanted village in Scotland, (and) features an array of traditional music and dance". Each year, at festival time from October to November, the team dons authentic period costumes to serve their beers. Check out Brigadoon's classes on craft beer brewing and join tours of the brewery during the festival. You can also find them at various other festivals around Texas.

(713) 893-6203

Fetching Lab Brewery

Craft Brewery in Texas City - 12.88 mi

The owners of Fetching Lab Brewery are Brett Bray and Theresa Hutchings, but everyone knows that Bella is both mascot and CEO. Brett was a real-life NASA scientist while Theresa worked as quality assurance lead at one of world’s largest airplane manufacturers. According to Brett and Theresa, we can’t show Bella a ball or she’ll ask you to play “fetch” the whole day long. You see, Bella’s a Yellow Lab, and pretty much runs the whole place. She even gets to choose the pooch that’s featured in Fetching Lab’s lineup of delicious beers.Fetching Lab first started creating their beers in Alvin, Texas and sold their first kegs in 2015. In late December 2018, however, they expanded operations and have their own taproom in Texas City. They currently create five year-round “full production brews” that are available in other taprooms and four seasonal offerings. These are available only at their taproom or in limited quantities.

(281) 414-7355

Gordon Street Tavern

Craft Brewery in Alvin - 15.74 mi

Gordon Street Tavern is a “full-service casual dining tavern” in Alvin, Texas. Located at a building dated back from the 1880s, the tavern is open daily but hours vary so check their website for details. It is part of the same group that runs the Barbed Rose in Alvin.Besides an extensive menu of delicious offerings, the tavern has over 30 craft beers on tap. Some of the beers are creations of the tavern, while others are from various popular brewers around the U.S. Savor delicious salads, burgers, sandwiches, and entrees, and ask for the bar’s recommended pairings. The tavern also features a space for special events. It can seat around 40 people.

(281) 968-7402

Vallenson’s Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Pearland - 16.19 mi

Vallenson's Brewing Company is a bit tucked away and surrounded by warehouses. This is "a great little spot for a good beer!" It is an "excellent little 3-barrel brewery with comfortable inside and outside seating areas". "It's got a great outdoor space: a small (but roomy) patio that opens onto a huge yard with a large tree growing in the center". Also, "they brew everything there, and they constantly have new stuff on the rotation since their system is designed for pretty small batches". They are also "dog-friendly and family-friendly with a large outdoor space for kids to play!" "Frisbee and cornhole available" too. And, "in a world of large micro breweries, Vallensons refers to themselves as a nano, they truly hold their ground".

(281) 617-7537

Devil and the Deep Brewery

Craft Brewery in Galveston - 21.36 mi

Opened in February 2018, Devil and the Deep Brewery was the second craft brewery to open in Galveston. The brewery’s opening was the culmination of founder Eric Walker’s efforts and dreams. A native of Tucson, Arizona, Eric first joined the Navy and then the Army. In the course of his military career, he eventually transferred to Fort Hood, and in 2011, moved to Austin. After volunteering in various breweries, he decided to open his own brewery in 2016. Along the way, he almost shuttered his plans because of a foundation problem with the first building he leased. As luck would have it, someone else offered him another lease, and the rest, as they say, is history.With its deep blue sea motif, the brewery specializes in Belgian and rustic ales. There are retro arcade video games lined up on one wall, and the climate controlled spacious taproom has picnic table seating. There’s art on the walls, too!

(409) 220-3313

Beerfoot Brewery

Craft Brewery in Galveston - 22.34 mi

Calling itself a one-stop destination is probably an understatement for Beerfoot Brewery. This “one-of-a-kind venue” claims the title “THE place to enjoy beer”. It’s well-deserved. Located at the historic Seawall Boulevard of Galveston, the brewpub has over 30 draft craft beers on tap and over a hundred different bottles and cans. That should make someone’s idea of paradise. It has a great view of the Gulf, too!With a mission to “share with our guests our appreciation for craft beer and fine wines”, the brewpub strives hard to find the next great craft brewer and his beers. They’d like to be able to say – “we knew him when…” Sampling Beerfoot’s offerings will be easy despite the dizzying array of beers. They have a Beer Nut program that rewards you for simply tasting all the different beers!

(409) 762-2337

Galveston Island Brewing

Craft Brewery in Galveston - 22.36 mi

Galveston Island Brewing’s Mark Dell’Osso established the brewery in June 2014. Mark is a former home brewer and tugboat captain who’s had stints with various breweries. Co-workers used to enjoy his homemade beers at after-work parties. A version of that popular home brew, Blue Bridge Hoppy Amber, won bronze at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival. His Tiki Wheat, the brewery’s bestselling flagship beer, and four other year-round staples, sustain the Galveston brewery’s “island vibes”.Besides brewing beer, Mark is also into boating, sailing, and surfing, which may explain his team’s pride in pacing their growth. He calls it “island time”, and prevents them from growing too fast. This explains why they’re more concerned with getting things right in Galveston and the surrounding areas rather than expanding to Houston.

(409) 740-7000

Sigma Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Houston - 24.07 mi

A brewery and taproom in East End, Sigma Brewing Company offers a friendly backyard atmosphere and delicious, handcrafted brews. The company was founded by a group of guys with an obsession for beer and an equally strong obsession with perfecting it. At Sigma Brewing Company, expect a small batches of brews like the “XPA, an extra-pale ale, and hoppy New Zealand IPA.” The owners take the brewery game up a notch with music blasting, movies playing, and on-site food trucks in rotation. You can also chill in their dog-friendly patio or warehouse space, and play a game of cornhole, board games or vintage arcades. Whether you're sipping a quadruple dry hopped and hazy Medina Sod or savoring the complexity of a bourbon barrel-aged Maximum Deluxury porter, the pint they pour will never disappoint!

(346) 352-3190

Moon Tower Inn

Craft Brewery in Houston - 24.17 mi

Located in Houston, Moon Tower Inn attracts an eclectic, unpretentious crowd that gives you that small-town, everybody's-family feel. After a year’s hiatus and major renovation, they reopened in early 2013, offering “more the 60 different craft beers.” Though the space remains true to its previous form with the large patio and beer garden as the centerpiece, there are new elements such as an on-site brewing operation. They pump out some serious game dogs that are plump and meaty with over-the-top fillings, gourmet sausages such as the wild boar. In addition, Moon Tower also offers tons of specials, such as dollar beer nights, burgers and the monthly growlers giveaway. You won't have any problems finding space out on Moon Tower's covered patio or in their giant, fantastic yard. There are plenty of long wooden picnic tables to fill with friends, pints and sausages.

(832) 969-1934

8th Wonder Brewery

Craft Brewery in Houston - 24.67 mi

When the world was introduced to the Houston Astrodome in 1965, it was the world’s first air-conditioned domed stadium. People dubbed it the “8th wonder of the world”. The founders of 8th Wonder Brewery jokingly named their company after the moniker of this Houston icon as they brewed craft beers in a dome-like warehouse,8th Wonder has been brewing their beers since 2013, and promises “fermented fun in East Downtown Houston”. The brewery currently has 7 beers available year-round, with seasonal recipes lined up throughout the year. Some beers are available in 6 or 4 packs, while others are available only on draft or showcased as a limited release. Give their taproom a visit for some of their “Imagin8ion brews – craft beers featured as one-offs or test batches.8th Wonder also owns and operates 8th Wonder Distillery.

(713) 581-2337

True Anomaly Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Houston - 24.76 mi

True Anomaly Brewing specializes in “hop-forward ales, Belgian-style ales, and wild/sour fermented ‘explorations’”. With this kind of lineup of craft beers, the anomaly would be the right word. The story behind the brewery’s name is also based on the founders' day jobs. Also, the founders started as homebrewers. And, 10 years after and countless beer batches brewed, they finally decided to start a brewery. True Anomaly is also space-themed. This includes the building's exteriors. And also, the “contemporary-industrial interiors”. Plus, the NASA posters hanging from the walls and the names of its beers. All of which are related to the founders’ backgrounds.

(346) 704-5701

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