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Houston is a "big small town" with plenty of places to find great beer. Join us as we make our way around the city and sample the growing number of breweries, bars, pubs, and taverns that call Houston home.

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Texian First Stand is on tap at Queen Vic on Richmond near Kirby. Highly complex beer, very well done.
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The Grove in downtown Houston is hosting beer and food paring events weekly on Wednesday, featuring the following breweries:

7/17 St. Arnold Brewery
7/24 Karbach Brewing Company
7/31 Michelob Craf... Read more
The Grove in downtown Houston is hosting beer and food paring events weekly on Wednesday, featuring the following breweries:

7/17 St. Arnold Brewery
7/24 Karbach Brewing Company
7/31 Michelob Craft Brewery
8/07 Goose Island
8/14 St. Arnold Brewery
8/21 Sierra Nevada
8/28 Karbach Brewing Company
9/04 Taste of Belgium
9/11 Rahr & Sons Brewery
9/18 St. Arnold Brewery

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Jon Hebert commented on the Topic

Running list of location suggestions

As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a...

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As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a number of great breweries in the area:  Southern Star (Conroe), No Label (Katy), Karbach (near 290 & 610), and of course Saint Arnold (just north of downtown). There are considerably more pubs, taverns, sports bars, and classic "beer joints" around the city that offer great beer and great atmosphere, and are well worth paying a visit: Ginger Man in Rice Village, Hendrick's Pub on Kirby, Big Woodrows on Chimney Rock, the FireHouse Saloon on 59 & Fountainview, and the Flying Saucer downtown, just to name a few. What other suggestions are out there for locations to consider visiting?  The thougt is to get a running list going here and then start individual discussion topics for a particular date as a means of determining where to go that day or evening. Any other suggestions?

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Jon Hebert
March 13 2012 Permalink
What about Liberty Station on Washington? They serve Craft Beer only. It's more like and Icehouse. Then there's always Kendricks in the village. Would love to visit both of those again.
Preston Brown

Preston Brown commented on the Topic

Running list of location suggestions

As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a...

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As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a number of great breweries in the area:  Southern Star (Conroe), No Label (Katy), Karbach (near 290 & 610), and of course Saint Arnold (just north of downtown). There are considerably more pubs, taverns, sports bars, and classic "beer joints" around the city that offer great beer and great atmosphere, and are well worth paying a visit: Ginger Man in Rice Village, Hendrick's Pub on Kirby, Big Woodrows on Chimney Rock, the FireHouse Saloon on 59 & Fountainview, and the Flying Saucer downtown, just to name a few. What other suggestions are out there for locations to consider visiting?  The thougt is to get a running list going here and then start individual discussion topics for a particular date as a means of determining where to go that day or evening. Any other suggestions?

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The Hay Merchant Opened reciently. They have a fairly large selection of good beers. If you have not been there, add it to the list!

Cheers!
Preston
Scott Crawford

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Running list of location suggestions

As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a...

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As anyone native to the city knows, Houston is big.  And anyone visiting will probably start to understand this just by riding or driving in from the airports or the surrounding areas. There are a number of great breweries in the area:  Southern Star (Conroe), No Label (Katy), Karbach (near 290 & 610), and of course Saint Arnold (just north of downtown). There are considerably more pubs, taverns, sports bars, and classic "beer joints" around the city that offer great beer and great atmosphere, and are well worth paying a visit: Ginger Man in Rice Village, Hendrick's Pub on Kirby, Big Woodrows on Chimney Rock, the FireHouse Saloon on 59 & Fountainview, and the Flying Saucer downtown, just to name a few. What other suggestions are out there for locations to consider visiting?  The thougt is to get a running list going here and then start individual discussion topics for a particular date as a means of determining where to go that day or evening. Any other suggestions?

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