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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
It must be that sweet, sweet hill country water, because distilleries both big and small, in Austin are putting out some of the best spirits in the country. There’s nearly a dozen distilleries in Austin and surrounding areas, with more always popping up. Some of these local made Austin spirits have taprooms, and some don’t. Either way, I thought it’d be fun to create a guide for you featuring the best distilleries in Austin. So check out these easy, but in-depth guide to spirits and distilleries in Hill Country. There’s a little something for everyone, so drink up, 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…
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.
Working from home is great, whether you do it full-time or a few times a month, the flexibility and freedom is something many dream of, but still it’s all-too-common though to find yourself cooped up at home for days or just stuck in a rut at work. In Austin, there’s no excuse for any of that though! Here’s my list of the best spots in Austin to get a beer and get shit done!
Celis Brewery will hold its Grand Opening Tuesday, July 11, to mark the official return of Austin’s first craft brewery. Originally founded by famed Belgian brewer and Christine’s father, Pierre…