Texas now has plenty of brewpubs, but when Blackwater Draw Brewing Co. (aka BWD) opened in Northgate in College Station, it was the first in College Station. In November 2013, BWD stayed ahead of the trend by opening even before Houston had its first brewpub. Just after their second anniversary in December 2015, they opened their second location in historic downtown Bryan. They closed the Northgate College Station location in mid-2018 because of rent and property taxes, but continue to operate the Bryan location.
Their love for coffee made them create their first signature brew, a coffee porter named Contract Killer. Since then, they’ve added Mulligan (a German style Kolsch), Border Town (a Mexican style lager), and Hazy Lady (a New England style IPA) in their lineup of year round beers. The brewery also produces seasonal beers. Visitors can also check out the taproom for one-off specials. With a 20 bbl Brewhouse system, they are gearing up to supply the Brazos Valley area.
Tree Farm Brewing takes its name from its original location: a choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm in Navasota owned by Josh’s parents and lovingly referred to as the "Tree Farm". In 2013, the brewers premiered a small batch “India Pale Ale” as their first official beer at Briarcrest Country Club. The IPA is representative of the hop-forward beers that are the brewers’ favorite, but their line-up is also set to include batches of “American Wheat, Blonde, and Pale ales.” The goal with each batch is to create a beer that is flavorful and aromatic, but also finely balanced and approachable. Whether you favor a quaffable American wheat or a bright, citrusy IPA, Tree Farm will have something to show you.
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