I rounded up some of this year’s coolest Valentine’s Day Austin happenings. Everything from singles mingling, Valentine’s Day beer releases, and of course, where to get down with some Parks and Rec Galentine’s Day trivia.
Cider is one of the best gluten-free options for those who appreciate craft beverages. Lucky for them (and everyone else!), Austin is blooming with cider right now. So here’s my updated guide to all things Austin cider.
Just like Austin’s beer scene, the beer scene in south Austin is growing and evolving at a rapid pace– and in some pretty awesome ways. They’re even getting their own bit of a brewery neighborhood down south between Skull Mechanix and St. Elmo at The Yard.
There’s some 260 dog-friendly restaurants in Austin. With competition that stiff you need this huge list of Austin’s Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants.
I love you so much. It’s a simple phrase and one of the most popular murals in Austin. It also sums up how I feel about this city’s beer scene….
North Austin is a straight-up theme park for beer drinkers! So here’s my reviews (packed with helpful information) of the breweries who have made a home for themselves here in North Austin.
I feel lucky to have seen East Austin grown and flourish how it has in just a few years. During one of my first visits to the area a few years ago, there was just Hops & Grain! Now, there are 11 breweries in East Austin. Each one doing their own thing, and kicking ass at it. Here’s your guide to navigate them all.
Ever notice the overlap of craft beer and dog lovers? Well so did Divine Canines. This year their fundraising event, Barks for Beers, is partnering with 20 of Austin’s finest craft breweries for a fun, month-long, community event for you and your pup!
With 22 years in the bag, there’s plenty of Real Ale Brewing Company history, interesting tidbits, and random trivia behind the brewery and its beers. Which is exactly why I wanted to share some of that with not only beer drinkers everywhere, but especially new craft beer drinkers in Hill Country.
Inspired by some of Belgium’s most popular pubs, Mort Subite gives visitors a Belgian experience and the most diverse assortment of Belgian beers right in the heart of downtown Austin. There’s 24 taps (pouring both Belgian and local craft beers), plus a cellar stocked with a long, long list of unique and rare bottles.