Friendly Fermenting: Multiple craft breweries collaborate for this year's San Antonio Beer Week
Beer Week runs runs Saturday, Oct. 21 through Saturday, Oct. 28 this year.
By Travis E. Poling
Tags: Drink, Food & Drink Feature, Things to Do, San Antonio Beer Week, San Antonio Beer Festival, San Antonio breweries, collaborative beer, Flix Brewhouse, Roadmap Brewing Co., Community Cultures Yeast Lab, Black Lab Brewing, Wild Barley Kitchen & Brewery, Cactus Land, Künstler Brewing, Alamo Beer Co., Thirsty Pups Brewery & Bottle Shop, Dos Sirenos, Longtab Brewing Co., Second Pitch Brewing Co., Freetail Brewing Co., Ranger Creek Brewing + Distilling
Sudsy Strategy: Make your tasting plan now to get the most from the San Antonio Beer Festival
The 17th annual festival — the biggest single-day beer celebration in Texas — returns to Crockett Park on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Tags: Drink, Food & Drink Feature, Things to Do, things to do in San Antonio, San Antonio Beer Festival, Crockett Park, H-E-B Beer Experience, Cover Story, Slideshow
Texas children still in peril when it comes to getting healthcare
Texas' culling of the Medicaid rolls started in June in an effort to drop people who became ineligible for Medicaid during the pandemic's automatic renewal period.
Tags: Texas News, Children's Health, Texas Legislature, Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, Children's Health Insurance Program, Texans Care for Children, health insurance
Texas' years-long refusal to accept the Medicaid expansion has dire consequences for the working poor
Texas is the nation's most uninsured state, and San Antonio residents live with the consequences of leaders' refusal to take federal money to expand coverage.
Tags: Texas News, News Features, Texas, health insurance, Medicaid Expansion, Medicaid gap, Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Texas Republicans, San Antonio Food Bank, San Antonio, CommuniCare, CareLink, University Health, Texas Legislature, Referral Partner Program, indigent health care, Every Texan, Cover Story
Board of San Antonio's CPS Energy votes to phase out coal plant, replace it with natural gas
Environmentalists blasted the plan, saying the utility should instead focus on renewables to address the climate crisis.
Tags: San Antonio News, San Antonio, CPS Energy, utilities, carbon emissions, fossil fuels, Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Sierra Club, environment, climate change, climate crisis, San Antonio College, Texas Rising, Climate Action & Adaptation Plan, carbon emissions, Texas
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