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.
Caroline Wallace has a lengthy (and diverse) resume packed with accomplishments that have had a massive impact on not just Austin’s craft beer community, but the industry at large. And it’s an honor to share her story and passion for craft beer with you all in this exclusive interview!
A few days before the craziness of SXSW kicked in, I met up with Arianna Auber for a quick chat. As the beer, spirits, and wine writer for the Austin American-Statesman, the city’s major daily newspaper, she keeps us all in the know when it comes to booze.
Celis Brewery in Austin, Texas gained national and international notoriety way back in 1992, years before craft beer was anything like what it is now. The beer that put Pierre Celis on the map was his heavenly Celis White, a Belgian witbier with European origins. Read my interview where I sit down with Pierre’s daughter and granddaughter to see how they’re carrying on the family brewing tradition.
In Austin, Texas we’re blessed with several brewpubs pulling double-duty serving up magnificent dishes to pair with their delicious craft beers. In this guide, you’re gonna find details on each one and their can’t miss brews and bites, Plus, everything else you should know about each unique brewpub.
Uncle Billy’s is no stranger to change. But change is always good for this Austin brewpub that’s going on 12 years of serving brews and BBQ. Uncle Billy’s announced this past week, Stephen Wagner, will be transitioning from his role as the brewpub’s general manager to the new head brewer.
North Austin is a straight-up theme park for beer drinkers! So here’s my reviews (packed with helpful information) of the six breweries who have made a home for themselves in North Austin.
I’ve been to plenty of beer festivals, the massive ones and the small ones. And each great beer festival is special in their own unique way. This festival, the Austin Homebrew Festival, was one of the most exciting ones I’ve been to. Imagine a beer
Beers on Pink is a beer festival and fundraiser for The National Breast Cancer Foundation. Twenty Austin Breweries will be in attendance to serve the beer that’s on display.
The event is being hosted Thursday, October 13 from 7pm – midnight.
There will be a suggested donation for proceeds that go directly to The National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Going down in East Austin’s Festival Gardens on Saturday, September 30th, is the largest beer festival in Texas focused soled on Texas-brewed craft beer! This year, the festival is hosting 65+ Texas craft breweries who will be sampling nearly 200+ brews. For the full lineup and rotating taps, head over here.