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Local Craft Breweries near the Laredo, Texas 78046 Area (10)

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5×5 Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Mission - 101.88 mi

5x5 Brewing (pronounced 5 by 5) is on a mission. The mission: produce consistent, quality craft beers “while maintaining a strict code of ethics and integrity” and provide “dedicated selfless service”.  This craft brewery based in South Texas is owned by a team of veterans.  The name of the company is actually a radio operator’s term to describe “signal and clarity (is) at its best”. The team operates their business with military precision. Quick and efficient restocking and distribution of inventory, for example, has fueled their growth. The military theme is consistent, too. They have beers called Brunette Bombshell, FUBARR, and Teufel Hunden, for starters. Some of their beers are available year-round, while others are seasonal recipes. There are some in the works, too. Scout for them in over 100 bars and restaurants in the Rio Grande Valley.  

Brewsome Brewery

Craft Brewery in McAllen - 104.94 mi

Brewsome Brewery is a “small batch craft brewhouse and restaurant” that opened in March 2019 in McAllen, Texas. They have a pet-friendly patio, and reviews about the ambiance of the place have been generally positive. “The atmosphere was great” and similar reactions dominate the reviews. On the other hand, the reviews of their beer have been inconsistent, at best. Some visitors gave the highest marks while others gave their beers low or mediocre grades. The marks for their food are also inconsistent. Some love the food, but others don’t. The brewery currently offers guests about 10 different varieties. For those who don’t like beer, they have a selection of Southern Style Craft Sodas.

Big River Brewery

Craft Brewery in Pharr - 105.78 mi

Big River Brewery was founded by husband and wife team Steve and Bertha Padilla. Both in the medical field with nursing degrees, Steve happened to get his hands on a home brewing book and a starter’s kit. During their travels, they would also visit different microbreweries. The more he studied, the more interested he became in brewing his own beer, especially the science part of it all. The hobby soon turned into a passion, and the passion eventually became a business in 2017. Still keeping his job as a nurse and anesthetist, Steve puts in extra hours to keep brewing his craft beers. He gets a lot of help from the family especially with Bertha manning the taproom and managing their accounts. Their son and daughter pitch in at the brewery and the taproom, too. All the beer the family creates incorporate an element of the Rio Grande Valley.

B & J’s Hand Crafted Ales

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 120.47 mi

The restaurant now also serves their own line called B&J’s Hand Crafted Ales. They currently have seven main craft brews and six seasonal ones. B&J’s Pizza is a popular pizza place in Corpus Christi. They are a nationally top-ranked pizza place, and come in at #53 in the top 100 Independent Pizza Restaurants in the United States. B&J’s Pizza has a long storied history dating back to the 1970s. After changing hands (and business models) a couple of times, Jack and Kathy Baker and their son Christopher have been running B&Js since 1987. (Kathy Baker’s maiden name was Jarvis, thus, B&J’s is Baker and Jarvis!) From its original 1,500 ft2, the restaurant is now at two locations totaling 13,300 ft2 in Corpus Christi. These locations are at 6335 S Padre Island Dr and 6662 S Staples St. One of the restaurant's attractions was their wide selection of local and imported beers available to customers.

Lazy Beach Brewing

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 121.03 mi

Lazy Beach Brewing is a micro brewery located in Corpus Christi Texas that serves “beer and kombucha with other Texas wine.” They make small batches of beer and kombucha and hand deliver every batch. They don’t have outside investors and they only make the beer they want to drink, and the beer that their friends want to drink. Their knowledge and experience grew and the beers they offer continued to improve as well. Every week, they release something new in their taproom. They love to “experiment with beer and what it can be.” From the Cucumber Saison to Indian Curry Spiced Blonde, Taco Bout, Russian Imperial Stout and everything in between!

Nueces Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 121.39 mi

Nueces Brewing was founded on the idea that being outside is better, hence their hashtag #GoPlayOutside. They specialize in craft beers and smoked meats, with everything crafted at their beautiful Corpus Christi location. Their taproom has 11 different taps showcasing their flagship flavors and a rotating selection of specialty flavors. A tour of their brewery can also be arranged. They have some BBQ available, but better hurry, once it's gone then it's gone for the day!

Rebel Toad Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 121.50 mi

Located in downtown Corpus Christi, Rebel Toad Brewing Company is an independent brewery offering a lineup of beers from an “easy drinking blonde to a magical IPA,” using only fresh quality ingredients. Owner and Brewmaster, Hector Cavazos never thought that watching documentaries would change his career path. It was brewing books and research that led to him to discover his passion in life, “creating his own beer.” Perfecting his new found art led to his new found obsession of owning a brewery. The brewery consists of a taproom with “8 taps available to fill your belly or your growler” with quality craft beer. They have a laid back family friendly environment with board games and occasional local music artists for entertainment. They also have a rotation of food trucks outside and restaurants making deliveries to provide a variety of exciting foods to pair with their craft beers.

Railroad Seafood Station and Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 121.71 mi

Located in the Sports, Entertainment, Arts District of downtown Corpus Christi, the Railroad Brewing Company has provided “13 years of great food and 7 years of diverse craft beers.” Their brewery is the first 5 barrel system in Corpus Christi providing a variety of ice cold craft beers ready to serve. Although you will find a tremendous amount of excellent choices at this brewery, be sure to try the “Vanilla Porter and the Red Caboose IPA.” The Vanilla Porter is extremely smooth for a dark beer, while the Red Caboose IPA has a sweet finish that washes away the hoppy taste. Railroad Seafood Station and Brewing is dedicated to serving you quality food and providing excellent customer service. Their “Hofbrau” area makes the perfect setting for your next group engagement. Their family style menu provides the perfect means to feed a group.

Lorelei Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in Corpus Christi - 126.88 mi

Lorelei Brewing Company is an “award winning brewery” and the first and only brewery to can craft beer in Corpus Christi! Owner, Varian and Laura founded the company together and they made a life for themselves doing what they love. They are “focused on quality, consistency and education” of the craft. Lorelei Brewing Co create exceptional beers for tasting in their community oriented taproom and for the sales at bars and restaurants. The brew styles they offer year-round are “blonde ale, IPA, stout, and a pilsner.” In addition, they also maintain a selection of 3 to 4 seasonal and one-off brew styles so that Lorelei Brewing Company's beers will always appeal to craft beer drinkers who can never have enough variety. Seasonal selections include pumpkin ale, cherry wheat beer, and Oktoberfest, among other varieties.

Cactus Land Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Adkins - 147.20 mi

Cactus Land Brewing Company was named after the prickly pear cactus growing on the 7-acre property it is situated on. Husband-and-wife Dustin and Erica Teague started, just like other brewers before them, with homebrewing. And like other brewers, they have had hits and misses. “The first brew was awful,” recalls Erica during an interview, and the cleanup as Erica described it seemed brutal. Determined, they doggedly continued, and eventually, started winning homebrewing competitions. Finally, with their Texas license approved on June 2016, they started building their brewery. The DIYers worked at night away from their day jobs and on weekends, and successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign. Since their initial opening, they’ve added a stage, a covered patio, and fenced in a large open area for kids. As a small artisanal brewery, Cactus Land remains committed to creating “diverse beer for diverse people”. Currently, they keep their operation manageable by opening only during the first and third weekends of each month.

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