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March 14, 2018 Slideshows » Food & Drink

10 San Antonio Breweries You Should Be Drinking At This Weekend 

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Without dipping into Hill Country territory (where you’ll find Cibolo Creek Brewing, New Braunfels Brewing Co. and lauded 5 Stones Artisan Brewing, to name a few), San Antonio proper has breweries aplenty.
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The Granary ‘Cue & Brew
602 Avenue A, (210) 228-0124,
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The Pearl returned to its brewing roots with the opening of The Granary. Try a beer flight to sample all house offerings such as the coffee IPA or brown ale.
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Freetail Brewing Co.
Multiple locations,
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With its taproom and brewery off South Presa and original brewpub, Freetail is keeping most area beer drinkers happy. Try the Bexarliner series or their side project Ghost Pixel.
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Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery
136 E. Grayson St., (210) 455-5701,
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Les Locke and his crew keep producing an eclectic lineup. Try the margarita gose or pick up a sixer of Texas Uncommon Ale.
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Alamo Beer Co.
202 Lamar St., (210) 872-5589,
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The ever-expanding lineup of beers all began with an American blonde ale known as Alamo Golden Ale. The beer hall sits just under the Hays Street Bridge on the city’s Eastside.
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Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling Co.
4834 Whirlwind Drive, (210) 775-2099,
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Whiskey and a growing lineup of beers can be found here. Try them for happy hour or find their first canned offering, San Antonio Lager, across town in select stores.
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HighWheel Beer Works
1902 S. Flores St., (210) 229-0607,
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A product by Dorcol Distilling & Brewing Co., HighWheel’s lineup of brews includes Betty, the light and classic Kolsch, a porter that won’t knock you off your feet and monthly releases of seasonal brews.
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Künstler Brewing Co.
302 E. Lachapelle, (210) 688-4519,
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Opened by co-owner and head brewer Vera Deckard and husband Brent, the brewery joined HighWheel off Flores with a fruit-forward Hawaiian Fog New England-style IPA, a tepache saison/farmhouse ale and a Ghost Tracks roasted oatmeal porter available on nitro.
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Busted Sandal Brewing Co.
7114 Oaklawn Drive, (210) 872-1486,
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The Medical Center’s go-to brewery makes river drinkin’ easy with its 210 Ale.
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Blue Star Brewing Co.
1414 S. Alamo St., Suite 105, (210) 212-5506,
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Established in 1996, one of the OGs of San Antonio brewing has a prime view of the Mission Reach extension of the River Walk. Stop in for a pint of Texican Lager, made specifically for South Texas, or the spunky Southtown Sour.
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Weathered Souls Brewing Co.
606 Embassy Oaks, Suite 500, (210) 313-8796,
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The Granary ‘Cue & Brew
602 Avenue A, (210) 228-0124,
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