List of breweries in Texas

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The Magnolia Brewery Building in Houston was built in 1912.

This is a list of breweries in Texas.

Breweries and microbreweries[edit]

Brewery Location Founded Notes
8th Wonder Brewery[1] Houston 2013 Taproom; Cans
Alamo Beer Company[2] San Antonio 2015 Bottles
Austin Beerworks[3][4] Austin 2011 Cans; taproom
Anheuser-Busch Brewery[5][6][7] Houston 1966 Annual production of 12 million barrels as of 2013
B-52 Brewing Company[8] Conroe 2014 Taproom, kegs, cans, bottles, barrel-aged beers
Bare Arms Brewing[9] Waco 2015 Taproom, growlers, kegs
Barrow Brewing Company[10] Salado 2016 Taproom, Kegs
Big Bend Brewing Company[11] Alpine 2012 Cans; tours
Blue Owl Brewing[12] Austin 2015 Cans
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company[13][14] Houston 2011 Cans
Cactus Land Brewing Company[15] Adkins 2016 Bottles; cans; taproom
Cedar Creek Brewery[14][16] Seven Points 2012 Cans; brewpub
Deep Ellum Brewing[17] Dallas 2011 Bottles; cans; taproom
ETX Brewing Company[18] Tyler 2017 Kegs; taproom
Franconia Brewing Company[14] McKinney 2008 Kegs only
Freetail Brewing Company[19] San Antonio 2008 Bottles; cans; two locations: the original brewpub, and a production brewery with a taproom
Hops & Grain Brewery[20] Austin 2011 Cans; taproom
Intrinsic Smokehouse & Brewery[21] Garland 2015 Brewpub
Jester King Brewery[14][22] Austin 2010 Taproom
Karbach Brewing Company[14][23] Houston 2011 Bottles; cans; brewpub
Lakewood Brewing Company[24] Garland 2011 Bottles; cans; taproom
Live Oak Brewing Company[14][25] Austin 1997 Draft; cans; taproom
Lone Pint Brewing Company[14][26] Magnolia 2012 Bottles
Martin House Brewing Company[27] Fort Worth 2013 Cans; taproom
MillerCoors Brewery[6][28][29][30] Fort Worth 1966 Lone Star is one of the beers made by Miller at the Fort Worth brewery. The Lone Star brand is owned by the Pabst Brewing Company.[31]
New Republic Brewing Company[32] College Station 2011 Taproom, Kegs, Cans, Bottles, Barrel-aged beers, Beer garden
No Label Brewing Company[14][33] Katy 2010 Bottles; taproom
Rahr and Sons Brewing Company[14][34] Fort Worth 2004 Bottles
Real Ale Brewing Company[14][35][36][37] Blanco 1996 Cans; taproom
Revolver Brewing[38] Granbury 2012 Bottles
Rogness Brewing Company[39] Austin 2012 Bottles; taproom
Saint Arnold Brewing Company[14][40] Houston 1994 Cans; bottles; brewpub
Shannon Brewing Company[41] Keller 2014 Cans; taproom
Southern Star Brewing Company[14] Conroe 2007 Cans; taproom
Spoetzl Brewery[14][42] Shiner 1909 Bottles; cans; makers of Shiner beer
Texas Beer Refinery[43] Dickinson 2013 Bottles; taproom
Texian Brewing Company[14][44] Richmond 2012 Kegs; bottles
True Vine Brewing Company [45] Tyler 2014 Taproom; cans
Twin Peaks Brewing Company[46] Irving 2014 Produces kegs for the Twin Peaks restaurant chain, and cans for retail sale.
Wild Acre Brewing Company Fort Worth Cans; taproom

Former breweries[edit]

Brewery Location Founded Dissolved
Alamo Brewing Association[6] San Antonio 1888 1893
Behloradsky Brewery[6]B San Antonio 1881 1883
Bosque Brewing[47] Waco 1995 1997
Both and Company[6] Weatherford
Charles Degen Brewery[6] San Antonio 1879 1911
Dallas Brewing Company[6] Dallas 1889 1893
Falstaff Brewing Corporation[48][49]A Galveston 1955 1981
Felix Bachrach Brewery[6] San Antonio 1890 1890
Fort Bend Brewing Company[50] Missouri City 2012 2015
Frederick Probst Brewery[6] Fredericksburg 1874 1895
Gabel's Brewery[51][52] Houston 1849 1879
Galveston Brewing Company[6]A Galveston 1895 1918
Galveston-Houston Brewers[6]A Galveston 1934 1955
Giesecke and Brothers Brewery[6] Brenham
Gustave Franke Brewery[6] Meyersville 1884 1903
Herman Frank Home Brewery[6] Bellville 1882 1918
Kreisch Brewery[6] La Grange
Lone Star Brewery[6] San Antonio 1884 1918
Lorenz Ochs and George Aschbacher Brewery[6] San Antonio 1890 1904
Lorenz Zeiss Brewery[6] Brenham
Magnolia Brewery (Houston Ice & Brewing Company) Houston 1892 1950
Michael Cellmer Brewery[6] Yorktown 1878 1891
Pearl Brewing Company[53]B San Antonio 1883 2001
Peter and Michael Floeck Brewery Houston 1850s
Simon Mayer Brewery[6] Dallas 1895 1900
Texas Brewing Company[6] Fort Worth 1890 1918
Western Brewery[6] San Antonio 1855 1878
  • ^A These breweries were housed in the same physical brewery building at 3300 Church Street in Galveston.
  • ^B These breweries were housed in the same physical brewery building at 303 Pearl Parkway in San Antonio.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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