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Real Ale Brewing Co.

231 San Saba Ct., Blanco, 78606
Founded in 1996, this award-winning granddaddy of local craft brewers enlivens its regular stable of beers (including the iconic Firemans #4 blonde ale) with a constant rotation of seasonal releases. The tap room is open to the public Wednesday-Sunday, and free tours are offered on the weekend.
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Eight of Our Favorite Summertime Fruit Beers in Austin

Core-cooling beer options to counter rising temperatures

Eric Puga, June 6, 2019

A Guide to Getting a Beer During SXSW

Ditch the convention center and check these brewpubs

Eric Puga, March 13, 2019

Top 10 Local Seasonal Brews

Austin's best rotating beers that ditched the beer shelves and our ventilated livers far too soon

Eric Puga, Dec. 27, 2018

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The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.

While the ABGB remains a favorite South Austin pizza and pint hangout, with a large outdoor patio and rotation of on-premise signature brews, its inside stage has become a regular stop for local bands since opening in 2013. Its 270-person inside and laid-back, shared-table vibe provides excellent sound, generous floor space in front of the stage, and a casual, family-friendly atmosphere that can accommodate both fans of the bands or just the beer. The parking lot fills quickly.

1305 W. Oltorf, 512/298-2242

Black Star Co-op Pub and Brewery

Black Star is the world’s first cooperatively-owned and worker self-managed brewpub. Start with the fried jalapeños, or a cornbread, and try the sandwiches or dinner entrées as you work through the local brews.

7020 Easy Wind #100, 512/452-2337

Ceres Park Ranch

Wedding and event menu on Hill Country ranch near Jester King Brewery

13005 Fitzhugh Road, 512/695-1441

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