ETX Brewing Co. is the brainchild of the Gilstrap brothers. Brian is “always on the go”, while Matt prefers a more laid back approach. Despite the differing philosophies on life, they agree on one passion – making exceptional beers. In January 2017, they opened the family-owned microbrewery with the aim to make “a positive impact on the community”.
The brewery was a big hit but had limited space. It also housed the brewery’s production facilities. In the spring of 2018, barely a year after opening, they expanded the brewery to the rest of the building and called it The Porch. It features a second taproom, more options for food and beer, a bigger space for live entertainment, and various games. Both spaces continue to support the local community of Tyler with art hanging on the walls created by a rotating set of featured monthly artists. They serve coffee by a local provider, and music from local artists.
Integrity, community, love – these are the three values True Vine Brewing Company brings to every beer they make. Opened by Ryan Dixon and his wife Traci in 2014, the brewery’s first iteration in a 2,000 sq ft warehouse quickly became too tight. They also only opened once a month. In March 2018, after renovating another dilapidated warehouse, they moved to a 10,000 sq ft location, which allows them to open six days a week. The expanded location also features a kids’ park, a dog park, and space for live entertainment. Besides 15 beers on tap, guests can choose from a selection of wines and ciders. There’s pizza from Sola Bread & Pizza Company, and food trucks, too, from time to time. For beer fans, a Mug Club gives members special privileges.
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