2013 Texas Craft Brewers Festival

** – special brew tapped at set time


(512) Brewing
Whiskey Barrel Double Pecan Porter

5 Stones Craft Brewing
Aloha Piña
Flower Child
Rhubarb Cherrylicious

Adelbert’s Brewery
Tripel B
Barrel Aged Dancin’ Monks

Alamo Beer
ALAMO Golden Ale

Armadillo Ale Works
Greenbelt Farmhouse Ale
Quakertown Stout

Austin Beerworks
Mr Sparkle
Heavy Machinery Belgian IPA
Heavy Machinery Wet Hop IPA
**  Einhorn

Branchline Brewing
Shady Oak Honey Blonde
Woodcutter Rye IPA
Mielito Belgium Specialty Ale
**  Oso Knotty Oyster Stout

Brigadoon Brewery
English Beer
Scottish Beer

Buffalo Bayou Brewing
More Cowbell
Chamo Wit
Watermelon Wit
**  Figaro Figaro Figaro Fiiigaaaro

Cedar Creek Brewery
The Lawn Ranger Cream Ale
Elliott’s Phoned Home Pale Ale
Scruffy’s Smoked Alt

Circle Brewing
ENVY Amber
BLUR Texas Hefe
Smokin’ Beech Rauchbier

Community Beer
Vienna Lager
Community Witbier

Cycler’s Brewing
Domestique Wit
Breakaway IPA
55-11 Red
**  Palmarès Stout

Deep Ellum Brewing
Dallas Blonde
Deep Ellum IPA
Double Brown Stout
Rye Pils
**  Wealth & Taste

Guadalupe Brewing
Scotch Ale
Rye Ale
Belgian-Style Texas Honey Ale

Hops & Grain Brewing
A Pale Mosaic
Volumes of Funk
Hop Dog
**  Greenhouse Baltic Porter

Independence Brewing
Lupulust Tripel
Stash IPA
White Rabbit
**  Muggles Double Cask Dry Hopped with Galaxy

The Independent Ale Works
Amber 3.0

Infamous Brewing
Infamous IPA
Bugsy’s Fire Brush

Jester King Craft Brewery
El Cedro
Funk Metal
**  Atrial Rubicite



Karbach Brewing
Hopadillo IPA
Weisse Versa Wheat
**  Cherries of Fire

Lakewood Brewing
The Temptress
**  Lion’s Share I: Anniversary Ale

Live Oak Brewing
Helles Rauchbier
**  Smoaktoberfest

Lone Pint Brewery
667 Neighbor of the Beast
Yellow Rose
Gentleman’s Relish
**  Pioneer Po-Cha-Na-Quar-Hip

New Republic Brewing
Dammit Jim!

No Label Brewing
1st Street Blonde Ale
Ridgeback Ale
El Hefe

Pedernales Brewing
Lobo Oktoberfest
Lobo Negro
Classic Hefeweizen

Rahr and Sons Brewing
La Grange
Visionary Double IPA
**  Barrel Aged Oktoberfest

Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling
Mesquite Smoked Porter
Southtown IPA Firkin
**  Small Batch Series No. 6

Real Ale Brewing
Hans’ Pils
Iron Swan
Lost Gold
Pumpkin Pie Spiced Oktoberfest
**  Scots Gone Wild

Revolver Brewing
Blood and Honey
Revolver Bock
High Brass

Rogness Brewing

Saint Arnold Brewing
Icon Gold: Biere de Saison
2012 Pumpkinator
**  Bishop’s Barrel 2 with Brett

South Austin Brewing
Belgian-style Golden Ale
Saison D’Austin

Southern Star Brewing
Buried Hatchet Stout
**  Pro-AM 2013 over Peaches

Spoetzl Brewery
Shiner Bohemian Black Lager
Shiner Oktoberfest

Texian Brewing
First Stand
Broken Bridge
**  Old 300

Thirsty Planet Brewing
Yellow Armadillo
Thirsty Goat

Twisted X Brewing
Premium Tex Mex Lager
Chupahopra IPA
Fuego Jalapeño Pilsner


Over 130 beers will be tapped at this year’s nonprofit Texas Craft Brewers Festival (TCBF), being held Saturday, September 28, at Fiesta Gardens in Austin, and highlighting new innovations, special releases, seasonal offerings, and rare tappings from established and newly launched breweries operating across the state.

“An exclusively Texas event, the Texas Craft Brewers Festival — with so many brewery participants and beer offerings — clearly reflects the continuing growth and love of craft beer in this state,” says TCBF Co-Chair Charles Vallhonrat, also executive director of the Texas Craft Brewers Guild (TCBG). “As we like to say, drink Texas proud!”

Produced by the Young Men’s Business League of Austin, with support from members of the TCBG, the festival benefits Austin Sunshine Camps, a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing mentorship, education and personal development for high-potential, low-income girls and boys throughout Central Texas.

You can be all smiles, too, at the 2013 Texas Craft Brewers Festival

The Texas Craft Brewers Festival is supported by lead sponsors Draught House Pub and Brewery,
H-E-B, Google+ Local,
theTexas Craft Brewers Guild, Saint Arnold Brewing, Rahr & Sons Brewing, Real Ale Brewing, Deep Ellum Brewing, Jack Martin & Associates, Outhouse Design and designated driver sponsor 
Brown Distributing Co.

Joining the breweries and lead sponsors in directly supporting this year’s festival are Cross Oak Group, Capital Beverage Distribution, Ben E. Keith Distribution, G&D Chiller, Arrow Electronic, Outhouse Designs, (512) Brewing, Live Oak Brewing, Open the Taps, Brand! Pop and Austin Beer Week.

The TCBF launched in 2003 with fewer than ten brewers participating. In the last year, the number of actively licensed brewers in Texas has reached 87, with 92 in planning, according to the Brewers Association, a national organization of independent craft brewers. A must-attend for enthusiasts, the festival features live music, local food vendors and beer education, and is the year’s premier social gathering for a supportive and enthusiastic craft beer community. Visit the Texas Craft Brewers Festival website for details.

Join us this September at the Texas Craft Brewers Festival

WHEN:  Saturday, September 28, 2013, 2-8 pm
(11:30 am entry for VIP ticketholders)

WHERE:  Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse E. Segovia Street, Austin, TX


Official site:  http://www.texascraftbrewersfestival.org/
Twitter:  @TXBrewersFest
Hashtag:  #TXBrewFest
Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/TexasCraftBrewersFestival
Google+:  http://bit.ly/TCBF-Gplus

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