Huff Brewing Company is located in the small town of Bellville. Opened in 2012, husband and wife Ryan and Christine Huff own and operate the small brewery with a commitment to creating excellent beers. It is located about four miles from downtown Bellville. The brewery is a first for the town since Prohibition shutdown a brewery in 1918. Among its lineup of beers are the Huffmeister and Huff’s Original Amber.
Both Ryan and Christine maintain their full-time jobs and share bar tending duties. This is why the taproom is only open on Fridays. The couple didn’t initially set out to establish a taproom. Instead, the plan was to offer their creations in Houston and supply bars and restaurants in the region.
Tip: Occasionally, and sometimes by appointment, they might be open on a Saturday. They don’t serve food but check their Facebook page if a food truck is scheduled.
Located in historic downtown Brenham, Brazos Valley Brewing Company is a five-man team of craft brewery enthusiasts. The team is composed of brothers Josh and Jeremy with longtime friends Nelson, Todd, and Richard. Their philosophy is simple: “We brew what we like and (we) want to share them with you!”
Jeremy and Nelson started homebrewing their own beers, and not long after, Jeremy’s brother Josh and the others were into it as well. They officially launched their first products in late 2013. Their current lineup of beers include their bestseller Mama Tried IPA, and 7 Spanish Angels, a collaboration with Independence Coffee Company. They also offer the award-winning seasonal beer Silt Brown Ale, among other seasonal offerings. There's a line of products they call their B-Sides and Rarities as well.
Baa Baa Brewhouse owners Marcus and Kinga Wunderle have fond memories of childhood nursery rhymes. They established in April 2016 a very family- and pet-friendly nano-brewery in Brookshire. There are toys and an extensive play area for the kids, and treats made from spent grains for four-legged friends. The brewery itself has a very relaxed and casual atmosphere with several picnic tables for their patrons. It is also available for special events. Aside from this, it is also a "small spot packed with great beer and an amazing staff". Also offers "absolutely delicious beers! Though beer is a bit of a strange way to describe what they've got going on with some of their offerings. For starters, there are a few beer-beers: a blonde, kolesch, and several varieties of stouts. Each good in their own right, but the beers that set Baa Baa apart are their fruited sours".
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