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Beer & Food Events

SXSW Expands SouthBites Programming

After branching out to education, the environment, and sports, it was only a matter of time before South by Southwest wanted to invite you to dinner. Last year, SXSW Interactive debuted a block of SouthBites food-related programming. Turns out there was a pretty big appetite. Read More | Comment »

2:00PM Tue. Sep. 30, Brandon Watson

Contigo's Craft Beer Cookout

When Ben Edgerton and Andrew Wiseheart opened Contigo three years ago, they couldn't have envisioned how successful the casual, ranch-inspired eatery would be from opening day. Now, they're finally taking time to expand the high volume kitchen, and throwing a party in the beer garden while they're at it. Read More | Comment »

4:45PM Fri. Sep. 19, Virginia B. Wood

Buggin' for Some Tasty Energy Bars at Happy Hour?

You know: We told you about Hopper Bars a while ago, right here. Read More | Comment »

3:35PM Wed. Jul. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner

Grab Your Partner and Circle East

Dust off your boots and press those pearl snaps! Local nonprofit Farmshare Austin is gearing up for its first-ever Farm Raiser. Read More | Comment »

2:30PM Tue. Jul. 15, Anna Toon

Hungry Todd Rungy Hosts Slice-Slamming Contest This Weekend

Tell you what: Somebody at Little Woodrow'ssomebody out there at the Southpark Meadows location, especially – knows how to leverage the ol' cultural synergy. Read More | Comment »

12:01PM Tue. Jul. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner

Party at the Moontower

Moontower Co-op certainly knows how to party: local bluegrass, massages, and a farm-to-table menu complete with craft beer and cider. This Saturday the co-op will be hosting its annual farm social at Tecolote Farm, the longest-running CSA in Texas. Read More | Comment »

12:00PM Fri. May. 2, Anna Toon

Trattoria Lisina's Easter Egg Hunt

There are Easter egg hunts all over the city catering toward kids and their relentless need for candy and trinkets, but very few that cater to adults and their needs, too. And by needs, I mean carbohydrates and wine. Read More | Comment »

11:30AM Thu. Apr. 17, Melanie Haupt

Perfecting the 'Craft'

The Texas craft beer industry contributed more than $2.3 billion to the Texas economy in 2012, while the Texas Craft Brewers Guild projects the number to rise to $5.6 billion by 2020. As states around the country experience double digit growth, filmmaker and Certified Cicerone Craig Noble set out to document his personal journey in craft beer. Read More | Comment »

11:00AM Tue. Apr. 1, Anna Toon

Pachanga Fest Offers Very Important Taco Passes

This year, organizers of the Pachanga Latino Music Festival are enhancing the event with a special culinary component: VIP passes provide guests the opportunity to enjoy specialty tacos from 10 of Austin's best vendors. The party is May 10 at Fiesta Gardens. Read More | Comment »

12:45PM Mon. Mar. 31, Virginia B. Wood

Salvation Pizza Parties Like It's Their Birthday

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 29, Salvation Pizza will celebrate its eighth year in business with a "Glimmer-versary," a benefit for Glimmer of Hope Austin. Read More | Comment »

1:50PM Fri. Mar. 28, Melanie Haupt

Boomerang's Throws Moving Party

After eight years as a fixture on the Drag north of the University of Texas campus, Boomerang's Aussie Pies is moving. They are hosting a bash to celebrate, and you're invited. Read More | Comment »

12:15PM Fri. Mar. 21, Virginia B. Wood

Hungry Austinites Turn Out for Bacon & Beer Fest

The inaugural Austin Bacon & Beer Festival last weekend looked like a rousing success. Marla Camp and the award-winning Edible Austin magazine teamed up with Massachusetts event company Eat Boston to produce the first Austin version of an event the company has held in a few cities across the country. Read More | Comment »

4:35PM Tue. Feb. 25, Virginia B. Wood

Bishop’s Barrel

There aren’t many things better than chocolate and beer. Unless, of course, it’s chocolatey confections prepared by Banger's Executive Chef Ted Prater and beer from Saint Arnold Brewing founder Brock Wagner’s personal collection. Read More | Comment »

3:32PM Mon. Feb. 24, Anna Toon

Flighting the Winter Brews

Colder weather brings more than just the promise of a flushed face and fireside canoodle, it also delivers a maltier, heavier, and darker selection of beers brewed to warm from the inside out. Perfect for this evening, Craft Pride’s Certified Cicerone Tre Miner will take patrons in desperate need of a little toasting on a flight of Texas winter favorites. Read More | Comment »

11:00AM Tue. Dec. 10, 2013, Anna Toon

Goose Island Beer-B-Que

One of the best ways to shake off a Halloween hangover is to get back on the horse and have another beer. Luckily enough, Goose Island was in town and they organized a helluva Beer-B-Que for the Hallo-weary. Read More | Comment »

4:45PM Wed. Nov. 6, 2013, Derek Van Wagner

Fed Up With Your Liver? Here's Your Revenge

Now in its fourth year, Austin Beer Week (ABW) is a craft-beer-fueled test of endurance. It's time to get your hangover supplies in order. Read More | Comment »

2:45PM Thu. Oct. 24, 2013, Anna Toon

Grateful for Alamo and Craft Beer

Ask the most loyal fanbase in music history to suggest a special ingredient for craft beer, and the answer is granola. Read More | Comment »

10:00AM Tue. Oct. 22, 2013, Jessi Cape

Verts SoLa Shop Celebrates Oktoberfest

Harkening back to its German roots, a newer addition to the family of Verts kebap shops got into the spirit Thursday evening with some Oktoberfest fun, including traditional music, Live Oak Oktoberfest beer, and, of course, dudes in lederhosen. Read More | Comment »

11:50AM Sat. Oct. 19, 2013, Gracie Salem

ACL's New Beer Hall Packs 'Em In

The new 20,000 square foot, metal roofed Barton Springs Beer Hall is a welcome addition as part of the new layout of the ACL festival grounds. The biggest draw, aside from plenty of shade, is the list of craft brews containing 15 selections from across the country. Read More | Comment »

10:35AM Thu. Oct. 10, 2013, Claudia Alarcón

Peached Tortilla Pops Up in Driftwood

While I won't be among the throngs in Zilker Park this weekend sustaining myself with food from the Peached Tortilla or slurping down Real Ale in the new ACL Beer Hall, I'm partial to both products. Not long ago, they practically brought a party to my very own back yard. Read More | Comment »

10:15AM Wed. Oct. 9, 2013, Mick Vann

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