Thousands of San Antonians flocked to Dignowity and Lockwood parks on the Eastside to celebrate San Antonio’s 11th Annual Beer Festival, which included over 150 breweries, largely with their own tents, and over 400 individual beers.
San Antonio Brewing Company received unanimous approval from City Council on Thursday for a zoning change that will allow the company to transform a vacant Southtown industrial warehouse into a craft brewpub and tavern. Some citizens that spoke before the vote strongly opposed the project, while others welcomed the new business.
With beer on their minds, about 50 people endured the evening heat Wednesday to attend the second Summer Beer Talk hosted by Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery at the Pearl.
Brews and Blooms takes place May 21st, 6:30p.m. to 9:30p.m. at the Garden.
The interior of Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery was abuzz with energy Tuesday and Wednesday nights as the kitchen and waitstaff went through the paces of the first preview dinners at the Pearl’s newest restaurant.
Raise a glass, San Antonio.
Neither hell, high water nor near-freezing temperatures could derail the Alamo Beer Company groundbreaking this morning.
In the political polarization of today, it’s refreshing to learn about Democrats and Republicans joining forces to achieve a common goal – more so when the issue is one that is close to every Texan’s heart: Beer.