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Frisky Restaurant and Brewing

Craft Brewery in Odessa - 77.36 mi

Lee and Lisa Friske, the husband and wife team behind Frisky Restaurant and Brewing, loved beers. They also had a dream. They used to run a successful welding business but had always wanted to chase their dream of opening a brewpub. And chase it they did. After selling the welding business, they bought a 3-acre property and set to work on their dream. Lee enrolled at a brewing institute, and Lisa took culinary classes. Meanwhile, both started joining brewing competitions and took home medals. They finally opened their dream brewpub on August 2018.  Lee actually “loved beer before he loved beer”. He used to collect beer cans as a kid and became fascinated with the beer can designs. Their brewpub has earned good reviews for its beautiful design.

Eccentric Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Midland - 86.96 mi

Eccentric Brewing Company got its start after winning a $72,000 grant. Awarded by the Midland Entrepreneurial Challenge, its owners Jamie Ehl and Aaron Pachlhofer soon began local operations in May 2018. The brewery is credited to be the first craft beer brewed in Midland. The brewery's creations are now available in about 14 locations around Midland, but the pair is still finding their footing in the Texas’ craft beer industry. With twelve craft beer creations so far, they have yet to establish their own taproom. The brewery started distributing their beers on July 20, 2018 at Midland Beer Garden, whose owner also helped clinch the grant for them. They describe their first brew, Eccentric No. 1, as “a bold, amber ale (showcasing) the classic flavors that have made Belgian beers famous”. Eccentric #2, meanwhile, is “a Belgian pale ale that begins with aromas of tropical fruit”.

Tall City Brewing

Craft Brewery in Midland - 87.79 mi

Tall City Brewing is one of the newest additions to the Texas brewery landscape. Its five owners shared a common dream of creating a brewery for Midland, and wanted to create a beautiful taproom to complete the dream. They made that dream a reality this past November 2019. The brewery's owners are Jeff Thomas, Erich Schmidt, Nicholas Schmidt, Jarrod Sparks, Josh Sparks, and master brewer Jack Sparks. The owners promise “an amazing craft beer experience” at their taproom. There will be "something for everyone" including wine, carbonated mineral water, and cold brewed coffee for those who prefer other beverages. Currently, the taproom opens from Thursdays to Sundays (hours vary). They launched with five beers including Five Hour Drive Honey Blonde Ale and Haboob Hefeweizen.

The Patio Drafthouse

Craft Brewery in Midland - 89.25 mi

The Patio Drafthouse beautifully marries together great craft beer and delicious Mexican dishes. On-tap, you'll find they have a wide array of local craft beers as well as classic brews. Great food pairings, of course, are expected where beer lovers can be spoiled with juicy burgers, tostadas de ceviche, or their salmon spinach salad. Their flavorful Chicken Poblano is a must-try that's grilled chicken breast topped with avocado, melted cheese, and poblano sauce - a treat for the palate.

Zero One Ale House

Craft Brewery in San Angelo - 143.50 mi

Erik Zobel started out in the food industry and earned an associate’s degree in hospitality management and food service. Eventually, he earned his degree in architecture and went on to become a licensed architect. When the financial crisis of 2007 struck, however, he decided he needed a steadier source of income. The alternative he thought of was a brewpub. In March 2012, Erik opened Zero One Ale House. In the beginning, however, there was only enough money to build the restaurant. The brewery operations followed in 2015. Today, Zero One Ale House rotates a selection of 3 to 6 beers at their brewery and restaurant, with plans to add more varieties in the future. Try their Thai Red Curry, a house specialty. This gets high points on social media sites. Their servers can also suggest other food and beer pairings for you.

Plateau Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in San Angelo - 143.58 mi

Plateau Brewing Company, which is located in San Angelo, Texas, is a local craft brewery. The taproom is open from Thursday to Sunday. You can drink here from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM from Thursday to Saturday. The taproom is open from noon till 5:00 PM only on Sundays. The brewery is in partnership with Southern Smoke. They offer delicious Texas barbecue which is perfect with a glass of craft beer. If you love Plateau Beers, here's a piece of good news: many bars and restaurants have Plateau Beers for thirsty customers. Ask for it when you visit Angry Cactus, Buttercup All Day Cafe, Cork and Pig, Deadhorse, Martial Pint, Old Central Firehouse, Soco Taphouse, Llano Beer Company, and Trailhead Beer Garden.

The SoCo Taphouse

Craft Brewery in San Angelo - 143.74 mi

The South Concho Taphouse & Brew Company (or simply, The Soco Taphouse) offers a wide variety of craft beers “at a good price”. Its founders started as friends. Mark was a bartender and Brandon was a regular patron at the bar where Mark worked. The two became friends and attempted to open a bar of their own. Fast forward to a couple of years and the bar Mark worked for offered the two an opportunity to purchase the bar. The two formed a partnership with Mark’s father, Mike, and after some renovation, the bar opened in March 2015. The South Concho Taphouse & Brew Company or SoCo Taphouse serves five unique beers brewed in house, plus a selection of beers from local Texas breweries. There’s plenty to choose from with over 24 taps. Moreover, Mark and Brandon promise to serve excellent beers at affordable prices.

Eola School Restaurant and Brewery

Craft Brewery in Eola - 162.36 mi

Meet Mark Cannon. He’s the owner of Eola School Restaurant and Brewery. He brews the beer, cooks the delicious burgers and fries, makes homemade pizza, does all the cleaning and renovation work required, and tends to the garden that supplies most of his restaurant’s needs. Some have called him “a real Renaissance man”. The brewery and restaurant was once a school from 1928 to 1983, and back then, the center of the community of Eola. Mark is from Portland, Oregon but his roots are in Texas. After arriving in 2003, he soon purchased the school. Many speculate his was the only offer. The place still looks like “an unfinished construction zone” according to some, but being a one-man show, many have also admired what he’s done with the place. If you can overlook the “rough edges”, Mark’s brewery, restaurant, and his Farm Ale have a cult-like following on the internet, and seem deserving of the 5-stars he gets.

Horny Toad Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Rowena - 169.23 mi

The small town of Rowena has a population of only about 700 inhabitants. However, that didn’t deter Mike McNeill from putting up Horny Toad Brewing Company. His wife Diane was originally from Rowena, and they decided to move back to town in 2011. He acquired and converted the old Rowena Filling Station which serves as his brewery and taproom. The brewery is directly across a memorial dedicated to the prohibition. Taproom visitors feel more like members of a very large family according to Mike. The brewery is open only on the first Saturday of each month. Mike still keeps his full time job as a civilian contractor at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo. The rest of the month he spends brewing his beers on his 7-barrel system, which runs on manual power. He self-distributes his beers to various pubs in the San Angelo area including the brewery’s flagship beer Angelo Amber.

The Plains Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Lubbock - 194.95 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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