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Triple J’s Chop House & Brew Pub

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 15.13 mi

Triple J’s Chophouse & Brew Pub can trace its roots back to 1978. The former Bigham’s Bar-B-Q restaurant has operated in Lubbock since then. As fate would have it, in 2006, a brewery closed down in the area, and an opportunity arose for the restaurant to acquire the facility. By August 2006, Triple J opened as the brewpub it is today. Triple J serves up an affordable menu including wood-fired pizza, steaks, and the best burgers in town. For pairing, there is an excellent selection of more than a dozen housed brewed craft beers, with about six available at given time. There’s also a selection of wines, spirits, and non-alcoholic beverages. Check their website or Facebook page for upcoming events and scheduled live entertainment.

Auld Brewing

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 15.23 mi

Producing delicious Craft Beer for the people of Lubbock, Texas and surrounding area, Auld Brewing is run by husband and wife team, chasing a dream for “creating craft beer that everyone will enjoy.” Auld Brewing strive to create a positive and tasty experience for all of their consumers.Through generosity, people recognize them as a business with a heart. They stretch themselves not only to make quality beer, but to contribute to the needs of Lubbock and surrounding communities. Through integrity, consistency, and excellence,” Auld Brewing create delicious Craft Beer for each and every customer. They do not sacrifice quality for production or convenience.

The Brewery LBK

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 15.57 mi

Chef Cameron West and business partners Mike Nghiem and Brandon Wright, the brewery’s head brewer, established The Brewery LBK. Located at the historic Pioneer building in the heart of downtown Lubbock, the brewery is the latest addition to the West Family Hospitality Group, which also includes The West Table Kitchen & Bar and The Coffee Shop. Taking on a “chef-driven mentality”, the brewery features local ingredients in their brews. The Honey Blonde Ale, for example, incorporates cotton blossom honey sourced from a nearby orchard. The brewery even has a version of Lubbock’s popular signature Chilton cocktail that they call the Chilton Witbier. The two beers form part of a lineup of about 15 craft beers developed since the brewery’s opening in 2018.

Two Docs Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 15.77 mi

The two docs in Two Docs Brewing Company are cousins Dr. Eric Cunningham and Dr. Tyson Purdy. Together with other Texas Tech graduates as investors, and head brewer Jason Watkins, the group opened Two Docs Brewing in Lubbock. All the founders and owners share common values – and a great love for excellent craft beers. One of these values is quality, and they will “never compromise the quality of the (beers) for any reason.” The brewery is located in the Arts District of Lubbock, and their beers include “a dark German lager” called Two Docs Bock, and Lubbock Light. The outdoor patio welcomes pets. If you’re hungry, check out their website and Facebook page for the food trucks on standby.

Two Docs Brewing Co.

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 15.78 mi

Two Docs Brewing Co. was established with the values of quality, honesty, and love. These three aspects of Two Docs Brewing Co. drive them forward; further contributing to the rapidly expanding craft beer culture of West Texas. Walking into their taproom, you can expect to be greeted by welcoming staff. With over 13 beers on tap, their on-site taproom is well-equipped for any beer lover looking to quench their thirst for some good beer. A must-try is their Hayes-E Baby IPA that's both smooth and citrusy.

The Plains Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 24.06 mi

The Plains Brewing Company serves only a few types of beers but the ones they do are excellent beers. Right now, there’s just an Amber, an IPA, and a Stout – three different brews. This small “hyper-local” brewery plans on working the Lubbock area for now, and their taproom is just open every Saturday from 2pm to 9pm. However, there’s nothing plain about brewery. In fact, they’re proud of the no-frills, “nothing fancy” tag. What they are proud of is their “just plain good beer”, which is really what a brewery should be all about. As with most breweries, Mickey Minter started as a home brewer. After many years working at an oilrig, he and wife Debbie finally decided to open the brewery. In 2015, they started commercial operations. Today, they have their beers in taps at their taproom, at other local businesses, and in local supermarkets.

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