Houston Beer Month

#Houston Beer Celebration 2021 at Star Sailor


Aug 28th starting at 4pm

I can’t think of a better place to host an event focused on celebrating Houston beer than Star Sailor HTX. This small beer boutique in the Heights embodies the community and vibes that I think best represents the craft beer scene in Houston. More on that later! 😉

To wrap up Houston Beer Month, we are inviting you to our inaugural celebration party at Star. Don’t forget to wear your favorite brewery shirt and hats to represent! Who knows – you might even run into a brewer or beer sales rep while you are here. In addition to a damn good time, expect swag giveaways, delicious bites from David’s kitchen and a limited run of #HoustonBeer shirts available to take home. (Thanks Cask Branding!)

Psstt… pro-tip! There is still time to score a free t-shirt by contributing YOUR article on Houston Beer Guide! Email cheers@houstonbeerguide.com to get in! Guidelines can be found here.

RSVP on Facebook – https://fb.me/e/4aeFEOWsF See you there!

Breweries: Interested in sponsoring or being a part of the event? Send us a message.



Native tejana with a love for double IPAs and craft beer shenanigans. Check out her podcast "Draught Queens' for unfiltered beer sensory tasting and industry interviews.

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