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Houston Beer Events – June 2017

Each month we chronicle the beer drinking events around town. There’s not much more to say about it, it’s a calendar.

If you’d like your event included, send an email to info@houstonbeerguide.com with the subject line “June Event Calendar.” Please include the date & time, a brief description of the event, the location, and a Facebook event link if available.

 

Thursday, June 15th

Saint Arnold Tribute Beers at Hughie’s | 6pm-10pm | All 5 tribute beers will be on tap along with several Bishop’s Barrel Beers. (More info about the Saint Arnold Tribute beers here.)
More Details on Facebook

Ingenious Brewing Tasting at Craft Beer Cellar | 5pm | Ingenious will be doing a free tasting of their Vanilla Coffee Cream Ale and Pineapple FroYo IPA.
(More info about Ingenious Brewing here.)

Houston Ladies of Craft Beer Monthly Meet-up at Heights Bier Garten | 6pm-9pm | Are you a lady that likes craft beer? This is a great chance to meet like-minded ladies.
More details on Facebook

Friday, June 16th

Sittin Sidehaze Release at No Label Brewing Co. | 3pm | No Label is releasing their new NEIPA, Sittin Sidehaze (a reference to Paul Wall’s Sittin’ Sidewayz for those not in the know).
As a reminder, No Label cannot offer beer to-go.

Saturday, June 17th

B-52 Brewing’s 3rd Anniversary Party | 12pm-7pm | 31 beers available including over a dozen fruited sours, several “smoothie” beers, and bottles of a blend of 3 barreled saisons available to-go.
This is a ticketed event.
More details on Facebook | Ticket Link

B52 Brewing | 3 Year Anniversary Blend Wild Ale

B52 Brewing | 3 Year Anniversary Blend Wild Ale

Galveston Island Brewing’s 3rd Anniversary Party | 12pm-9pm | The brewery will be releasing special batches throughout the day. This looks to be a pretty kid-friendly event with facepainting and balloon art (in addition to their on-site playground).
More details on Facebook

Holler Loudly Double IPA release at Liberty Station | 5pm-10pm | Holler Brewing will be releasing their new 9.7% Double IPA, hopped with Galaxy and Nelson Sauvin. They’ll also have 3 variations on tap.
More details on Facebook

Ingenious Brewing Tasting at Hop Scholar Ale House | 2pm | Ingenious will be doing a free tasting of their ust Juicy Mango IPA and Blueberry Crumble Stout.
(More info about Ingenious Brewing here.)

Monday, June 19th

Saint Arnold Tribute Beers at Down The Street | 5pm-10pm | Down the Street will have the tribute beers from Brash, B-52, Eureka Heights, and Southern Star as part of their “Steak & Flights Night” event. Beers, steak, potatoes, and salad for $16.
More details on Facebook

Thursday, June 22nd

4th Tap Brewing Houston Launch Party at Conservatory | 7pm | 4th Tap out of Austin is celebrating their launch in Houston with a party at Conservatory.
More details on Facebook

Sunday, June 25th

Whiskey, Beer, and Tacos with Saint Arnold BB18 at Eight Row Flint | 12pm-3pm | Eight Row Flint is hosting a tasting of 3 WhistlePig Rye Whiskey variations along with Saint Arnold’s BB18, which was aged in WhistlePig Rye Whiskey barrels. Plus, tacos!
This is a ticketed event.
More details on Facebook

Cherry Medusa release at Copperhead | 4pm-8pm | Copperhead has added cherry puree to their popular Belgian style Quad, Medusa. A $40 ticket gets you a Copperhead goblet, a pour of the beer, and two 4-packs to take home.
This is a ticketed event.
Ticket link

Thursday, June 29th

Liquid Lunch live broadcast at Tapped Drafthouse | 11am-2pm | Texas’ best live midday craft beer show will be broadcasting from Tapped. Head there and grab a beer, or tune in to their broadcast at your desk and imagine you’re anywhere but at work.
More details on Facebook

Premium Draught | Saint Arnold Tribute Night

Premium Draught | Saint Arnold Tribute Night

Saint Arnold Growler Tribute at Premium Draught | 11AM thru July 2nd | Try all 5 of the Saint Arnold tribute beers and take growlers home. Premium Draught will have all 5 on tap, plus the Saint Arnold and Sierra Nevada Beer Camp beer until they run out.
(More details about the Saint Arnold tribute beers.) (More details about the Saint Arnold and Sierra Nevada Beer Camp collaboration beer.)
More details on Facebook

Bonus: Saturday, July 1st

City Acre’s 1st Anniversary Party | 11am-5pm| City Acre is turning one! To celebrate, they’ll have special beers on tap all day (some new, some past favorites), a German food buffet, and bottles to go of their Skull Creek Kolsch aged on City Acre grown blueberries, dewberries, and blackberries.
This is a ticketed event.
More details on Facebook | Ticket link

Fetching Lab is, well, open | 1pm-5pm | Fetching Lab is only open one or two weekends a month, and even then only depending on the weather. They’re dog friendly, kid friendly, and horse friendly.
More details on Facebook

Local Brews Local Grooves at House of Blues | 3pm-10pm | The beer list for this annual event is too long to list. If you like Houston beer, your favorite brewery will probably be pouring beer here. There are multiple ticket tiers, some of which include a Saint Arnold beer dinner before the event.
This is a ticketed event.
More details on Facebook | Ticket Link

Town in City’s First Of JuLuau Party | 6pm-11pm | Town in City is celebrating the beginning of July. They’ll have Blood Brothers BBQ serving Hawaiian food, Hot Rod Pops serving frozen popsicles, and Reggae band Dem will be providing the grooves. They’ll also have some special tropical themed beers available.

Bike Ride and Hot Dog Eating Contest | 12pm-6pm | Join Texas Beer Refinery for their Independence Day celebration. Join 1 mile the “bike parade” from the taproom to the brewery at 12:15, and head back for the hotdog eating competition. There will also be live music starting at 2 and they’ll have “Cloud Nein” a German IPA brewed in collaboration with Wurst Haus.
This is a ticketed event.
More details on Facebook | Ticket Link

Running Walker’s Official Grand Opening | 12pm-11pm | Running Walker is officially opening their outdoor beer garden this weekend. They’ll have food trucks and live music all day to celebrate.
More details on Facebook

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Josh is an Aerospace Engineer and an avid homebrewer. When he’s not designing airplanes, he enjoys long walks on the beach, experimenting with fermentation, and drinking craft beer.

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