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  • New Beer Cans and Bottles All Over Houston
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    New Beer Cans and Bottles All Over Houston

    Only a few years back, the only beer you could find packaged from Houston breweries was a handful of bottles able to fit into a small corner at a beer department. Today, cans, bottles, and even prepackaged growlers from Houston breweries provide enough options to fill entire aisles. I got a chance to catch up

  • Hope is Brewing at Saint Arnold
    Culture

    Hope is Brewing at Saint Arnold

    Hope is Brewing, a benefit and awareness-raising event for the international human rights organization Love146, will be held on September 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Beer Hall at Saint Arnold Brewing Company. Hope is Brewing began in Houston at Saint Arnold and has since spawned similar annual nights in Washington, D.C. and

  • Plans for Four Phantoms Brewery materializing
    Breweries

    Plans for Four Phantoms Brewery materializing

    Ken Bridge has a passion for craft beer, as is clear in the focus on great brews at so of many of his restaurants in the Delicious Concepts group – Pinks Pizza, Shepherd Park Draught House and the recently opened Ritual on the corner of White Oak and Studewood in Woodland Heights. The plans for the space now

  • Flying Saucer Downtown Ending Glass Night
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    Flying Saucer Downtown Ending Glass Night

    There has been some talk and a bit of grumbling among the Houston Beer Knurd community with the Flying Saucer’s decision to end their glass night at their downtown location. Manager Joshua Justice reached out to Houston Beer Guide to offer some information about the decision. Kenneth Krampota: Why did you decide to cancel the glass

  • Seeing (and drinking) Cougar Red!
    Beers

    Seeing (and drinking) Cougar Red!

    On Monday, August 15th, No Label, Calhoun’s Rooftop Bar & Grill and Brewheart apparel will soft-launch ‘Brew of H’, a (Cougar) Red IPA that’s been two years in the making. I had a chance to talk about the beer and the collaborative story behind it with Shannon Parker, Owner and Designer at Brewheart apparel, as well

  • Saucer Turns Sweet Sixteen
    Bars

    Saucer Turns Sweet Sixteen

    She’s sixteen, she’s beautiful, and her beer will be yours and mine. Flying Saucer Houston is celebrating its sixteenth anniversary on August 14 with some amazing beers and sweets from local eateries. The Saucer will have special tappings, a complete bottle list featuring some beers Saucer has never offered before (psst… a little birdie told me that

  • Beer Is Flowing From Eureka Heights
    Breweries

    Beer Is Flowing From Eureka Heights

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one: local brewery set to open doors in renovated food service warehouse. The team at Eureka Heights Brewing Co. has been hard at work for 18 months transforming a 20,000 square-foot warehouse into the stuff of dreams. Casey Motes, formerly a brewer at Saint Arnold, Robert Eichenlaub, Joel Swift,

  • Shining a spotlight on Under the Radar
    Breweries

    Shining a spotlight on Under the Radar

    There’s still plenty of summer sun to soak up and Houston’s newest brewery–a phrase becoming more and more common around here–Under the Radar, is looking to help you do just that at their grand opening August 27th, in Midtown. What started as a trio of homebrewing buddies getting together to hone their craft and share

  • City Acre: Right at Home at Houston’s New Brewpub
    Breweries

    City Acre: Right at Home at Houston’s New Brewpub

    On Thursday night I attended a preview of the much anticipated City Acre Brewing Co., a brewpub located about 10 minutes north of downtown off U.S. 59 at 3418 Topping Street. Originally slated to open four years ago, but delayed due to complex city regulations and beer laws, City Acre will hold its long-awaited grand opening on July

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  • Whole Foods frequently distributes a very, very good distribution of Houston breweries. I would strongly suspect that many of these three will show up at area Whole Foods soon, if not already. As for singles, individual stores do things differently, so definitely call first.

    by Nathan Miller New Beer Cans and Bottles All Over Houston

  • Hi, Do you know if Whole Foods Market sells these and if is possible to buy single bottles/cans in these stores in the Houston area, like it is in San Francisco? Thanks! Ake

    by Åke Hjalmarsson New Beer Cans and Bottles All Over Houston

  • Kenneth, thank you for the article explaining why flying saucer is getting rid of the glass night. I was actually pretty sad when I heard the news but really it makes sense. I'm glad J. Justice was interested in getting the story straight. I will just have to enjoy the glasses I have from the saucer. Anyways, great write up.

    by Joshua Templeton Flying Saucer Downtown Ending Glass Night

  • Shame he lost Eric, but I am still excited to see what comes. I had no idea he already brewhouse.

    by Jeremy J Plans for Four Phantoms Brewery materializing

  • To be fair Rocket Fuel is a 4% porter and has never not been thin. rich mouth feel was never that beers intention.

    by Brent Wayne Houston Firkin Fest 2016: A Firkin Good Time

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