22 Texas Breweries Every Beer Lover Should Visit

You already knew that San Antonio is home to several breweries (you can see our list here) but if you haven't expanded your taste for craft beer outside of the Alamo City, you're definitely missing out. Whether you consider yourself a beer snob or you only occasionally sip on craft brews, there's a brewery within state limits that will meet the needs of every palate, no matter how picky you are. If you're looking to get out of the city to broaden your taste for Texas beers, you've come to the right place. Here are 22 Texas breweries outside of the city that we think most beer-drinking Texans (so, basically everyone) will enjoy.
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No Label Brewing Co.
5351 First St., Katy, TX, (281) 693-7545, nolabelbrew.com
No Label is a brewery that tries to accommodate all tastes and preferences. Hence the name. Bring a valid ID to a brewery tour or tasting and decide for yourself what type of beer you’re partial to. 
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No Label Brewing Co.
5351 First St., Katy, TX, (281) 693-7545, nolabelbrew.com
No Label is a brewery that tries to accommodate all tastes and preferences. Hence the name. Bring a valid ID to a brewery tour or tasting and decide for yourself what type of beer you’re partial to.
Photo via Instagram, mpmcgaughey
Peticolas Brewing Co.
2026 Farrington St., Dallas, TX, (214) 234-7600, peticolasbrewing.com
Founder Michael Peticolas became interested in brewing beer after growing up watching his mom brew Mexican-style beer in their El Paso home. Now he creates and distributes that quality beer he grew up with to the people of North Texas. 
Photo via Instagram, peticolasbrewing
Peticolas Brewing Co.
2026 Farrington St., Dallas, TX, (214) 234-7600, peticolasbrewing.com
Founder Michael Peticolas became interested in brewing beer after growing up watching his mom brew Mexican-style beer in their El Paso home. Now he creates and distributes that quality beer he grew up with to the people of North Texas.
Photo via Instagram, peticolasbrewing
Jester King Brewery
13187 Fitzhugh Road, Austin, TX , (512) 537-5100,http://jesterkingbrewery.com/ 
Jester King is an authentic farmhouse brewery committed to making specialty beers that mirror the unique atmosphere of their location in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. As a small farmhouse brewery, they only use beer making methods that involve time, patience and unique fermentation. The brewery tours on site are free and open to the public, so anyone can learn about their intricate brewing. 
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Jester King Brewery
13187 Fitzhugh Road, Austin, TX , (512) 537-5100,http://jesterkingbrewery.com/
Jester King is an authentic farmhouse brewery committed to making specialty beers that mirror the unique atmosphere of their location in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. As a small farmhouse brewery, they only use beer making methods that involve time, patience and unique fermentation. The brewery tours on site are free and open to the public, so anyone can learn about their intricate brewing.
Photo via Instagram, psiweaver
Real Ale Brewing Company
231 San Saba Court, Blanco, TX, (830) 833-2534, realalebrewing.com
The Real Ale brewers make beer with as little processing as possble. Their beer is unfiltered, unpasteurized and without any preservatives or artificial colors. Real Ale is in the midst of its 20th anniversary, so celebrate with them by drinking their anniversary Imperial Rye IPA.  
Photo via Instagram, realealebrewing
Real Ale Brewing Company
231 San Saba Court, Blanco, TX, (830) 833-2534, realalebrewing.com
The Real Ale brewers make beer with as little processing as possble. Their beer is unfiltered, unpasteurized and without any preservatives or artificial colors. Real Ale is in the midst of its 20th anniversary, so celebrate with them by drinking their anniversary Imperial Rye IPA.
Photo via Instagram, realealebrewing
Revolver Brewing
5600 Matlock Road, Granbury, TX, (817) 736-8034, revolverbrewing.com 
This brewery offers tours, food and even live music. All that is required of you is a valid ID and a yearnin' for some learnin'. Or drinkin'. 
Photo via Instagram, revolverbrewing
Revolver Brewing
5600 Matlock Road, Granbury, TX, (817) 736-8034, revolverbrewing.com
This brewery offers tours, food and even live music. All that is required of you is a valid ID and a yearnin' for some learnin'. Or drinkin'.
Photo via Instagram, revolverbrewing
Seguin Brewing Co.
320 Beicker Road, Seguin, TX, (210) 771-3913,  seguinbrewing.com
At Seguine Brewing Co., brewers use a combination of old and new techniques to bring you delicious handcrafted beer. They refuse to settle for a poor product. After all, with a slogan like, “Small Town, Big Nuts,” you know they’re always gonna give you their best work. 
Photo via Instagram, seguinbrewingco
Seguin Brewing Co.
320 Beicker Road, Seguin, TX, (210) 771-3913, seguinbrewing.com
At Seguine Brewing Co., brewers use a combination of old and new techniques to bring you delicious handcrafted beer. They refuse to settle for a poor product. After all, with a slogan like, “Small Town, Big Nuts,” you know they’re always gonna give you their best work.
Photo via Instagram, seguinbrewingco
Shannon Brewing Co.
818 N Main St., Keller, TX, (817) 337-9892,  http://shannonbrewing.com
Shannon Brewing Co., fire brews its beer with pure spring water, whole grain and whole flower hops. It’s also brewed with a whole lotta love, which falls right in line with all the other things. If you don’t think fire brewing is a big deal, you should really go check it out for yourself. It’s a super cool method.  
Photo via Instagram, Shannonbewingco
Shannon Brewing Co.
818 N Main St., Keller, TX, (817) 337-9892, http://shannonbrewing.com
Shannon Brewing Co., fire brews its beer with pure spring water, whole grain and whole flower hops. It’s also brewed with a whole lotta love, which falls right in line with all the other things. If you don’t think fire brewing is a big deal, you should really go check it out for yourself. It’s a super cool method.
Photo via Instagram, Shannonbewingco
Texas Ale Project
1001 N. Riverfront Blvd., Dallas, TX, (214) 965-0606,  texasaleproject.com/verify-age
The Texas Ale Project is a living breathing piece of Texas beer history. It was the first brewery to be built from the ground up in the city of Dallas since late 1800s. You can expect an all-out true American craft beer experience from this brewery. 
Photo via Instagram, texasaleproject
Texas Ale Project
1001 N. Riverfront Blvd., Dallas, TX, (214) 965-0606, texasaleproject.com/verify-age
The Texas Ale Project is a living breathing piece of Texas beer history. It was the first brewery to be built from the ground up in the city of Dallas since late 1800s. You can expect an all-out true American craft beer experience from this brewery.
Photo via Instagram, texasaleproject
Thirsty Planet
11160 Circle Drive, Austin, TX, (512) 579-0679, thirstyplanet.net 
Thirsty Planet takes something as universally beloved as beer and manages to add even more positivity to it. In addition to provided high-quality craft beer, the Thirsty Planet folks use their success to help the community. All gratuities collected from their tasting room are donated to a different charity each month. 
Photo via Instagram, thirstyplanetbrewery
Thirsty Planet
11160 Circle Drive, Austin, TX, (512) 579-0679, thirstyplanet.net
Thirsty Planet takes something as universally beloved as beer and manages to add even more positivity to it. In addition to provided high-quality craft beer, the Thirsty Planet folks use their success to help the community. All gratuities collected from their tasting room are donated to a different charity each month.
Photo via Instagram, thirstyplanetbrewery
Guadalupe Brewing Co.
1580 Wald Road, New Braunfels, TX, (512) 878-9214, guadalupebrew.com
This New Braunfels brewery focuses on full-flavored, well-balanced and approachable craft beer with the use of natural ingredients. While visiting the brewery, you can sample from a large selection of nitro taps, regular taps and kombucha. 
Photo via Instagram,tickettomagic
Guadalupe Brewing Co.
1580 Wald Road, New Braunfels, TX, (512) 878-9214, guadalupebrew.com
This New Braunfels brewery focuses on full-flavored, well-balanced and approachable craft beer with the use of natural ingredients. While visiting the brewery, you can sample from a large selection of nitro taps, regular taps and kombucha.
Photo via Instagram,tickettomagic