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Hops and Grain is an eco-friendly brewery that crafts delicious beer. Not only is their brew sold in easily recyclable aluminum cans, the company also gives 1% back to non-profit or environmental organizations. Take a tour of the 2,000 square foot tap room to see how this tasty brew is crafted. Make sure you pick up some of their dog Brewery Briskets, this pet treat is created with spent brewing grains allowing the brewery to use grains that might otherwise been thrown away.
(512) Brewing Company is a microbrewery that creates small batches of delicious beer that are inspired by Belgian and Old English flavors. These bold tasting brews are crafted mainly with local or organic ingredients, including local water that's rich with minerals. Reserve a spot on a tour of the brewery to learn more about the beer making process.
Crack open a can of one of Austin Beerworks fine creations and enjoy the smooth taste of a craft beer. This unique brewery only sells beers in cans rather then bottles, claiming you should imagine the cans as little kegs. In truth, the cans are more eco-friendly and the brewers believe the beer tastes even better. Stop by the brewery for a tour or a tasting.
Nestled in a farmhouse in Ceres Park Ranch, Jester King Brewery is a microbrewery that creates brews with strong flavors. Noted for using organic ingredients, Jester King has even received the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) certification. The brews produced here feature unique names: Black Metal, Commercial Suicide, Le Petit Prince, Viking Metal, Bonnie the Rare, Wytchmaker and more. Take a tour around the brewery to get acquainted with their brewing process, and end your trip to Jester King Brewery with a tasting session of their delicious libations.
Using only Texas grown grapes, Duchman Family Winery crafts smooth fine wines. Visit this beautiful winery that looks like a Tuscan villa. Visit the tasting room to sample some of the wines and maybe even discover a new favorite. Sip on a Pinot Grigio at a picnic table under an oak tree or stay inside and relax on a wine barrel as you savor your drink. If you're curious about the wine making process walk along the winery's windowed hallway that let's you peek into the barrel room, the tank fermentation area, and even the production area.