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Old 11-20-2012, 07:50 PM   #11
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Wow, I may have to extend our trip!

We do plan to make a side trip to San Antonio as well.

Thanks for all the info.


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Old 12-05-2012, 08:11 PM   #12
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If you haven't already gone yet, here are a few more in the austin area:

Draughthouse
Banger's
Pinthouse Pizza (Brand new by one of the Odell's brewers - Awesome beer)
Whip In


There are many more, these are just a few of my favorites


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Wow, I just returned from my trip through Dallas and Austin and the variety of brew´s available was overwhelming! The Flying Saucer in Austin alone had a 4 page beer menu -- in small print!

We also bought about a case of mixed 6 packs of craft brews at SPEC´s. Lambics, sours, ... the variety was amazing.

Great brew crewz!

Thanks for all the suggestions.
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You can mead get in Rogers at Walker Honey's Dancing Bee Winery. It is about 60 miles north of Austin.
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You can mead get in Rogers at Walker Honey's Dancing Bee Winery. It is about 60 miles north of Austin.
You sir are a life saver. I have been trying to find someplace interesting to take my wife after the holidays and this place looks like it will work. A great benefit is that it is only a 2 hour bike ride there - she gets wine and I get a nice bike ride.
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Other than Blackstar and NXNW do any of the brew pubs fill cornelius kegs?


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