There’s two places in Austin known for their long lines: ‘World Famous’ Franklin Barbecue and Jester King Farmhouse Brewery during any bottle release. So when news broke of a collaboration beer between these two powerhouses, us Texans eagerly jumped right in line with our lawn
Cold weather brings out the heavy craft beer drinker in me. And it starts at the beginning of Fall when it’s pumpkin season! Pumpkin beers are pretty polarizing in the craft beer community, but I’m 100% Team Pumpkin Beer (and it’s all good by me if you don’t like them).
Texas Keeper Cider teamed up with Austin Brew Garden and Brewery (ABGB) for the first release of their co-op collaborative series, Co-op Saisonniers! Craft beer isn’t my only love; cider comes in at a close #2! At times, I’ll find myself “beered out” or craving
Adelbert’s Brewery in North Austin, Texas was founded in 2011 and since then they have cranked out enough innovative Farmhouse and Belgian-style beers to earn themselves a solid reputation in this city. Most of their beers are heavy in alcohol content and at the same time, totally drinkable!
It was the boldly-colored theater marquee label that caught my eye but I do have a weakness for loving amber beers. With summer “ending,” I know my favorite season of beer drinking is right around the corner! Ambers and stouts are my favorite types of beers, but not ideal for these hot Austin days. This amber beer from Independence Brewing Co. however, is perfect for transitioning to cooler weather.
Summer: when the sun is beating down and all you want to do is cool off with an ice-cold, invigorating beer. Summer brings out more and more seasonal craft brews each year, and it can definitely grow confusing as trends grow and shrink. It seems,