History of Texas Breweries

Thank Those Thirsty German Immigrants

For those seeking a little (or a lot of) history about beer and brewing in pioneering Texas, Fredericksburg's Jeff Holt is the source – so much so in fact, that this dedicated aficionado of the "cool one" has literally written the book covering this fascinating subject. Entitled Historic Texas Breweries, it's a must-read for one and all with a shared passion for foamy heads and history. With such...

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Oh Honey! A Beer That Sings to You

Robert Earl Keen and Pedernales Brewing Team Up

What do you get when you cross beer, a singer/songwriter and honey? Robert Earl Keen Honey Pils, of course!...

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Breweries at Home in the Hills

A Quarter of all Texas Breweries are in the Texas Hill Country

Of the thousands of people who take up residence in the Hill Country each year, many have been home brewers, that breed of men and women who have the urge to create what they like to drink. When that passion turns to wanting everyone else to share in the fruits of their labors, it was only natural that they would start serving up beer in the towns they call home....

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