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These San Antonio bars are serving Yuengling as the cult beer makes its Texas debut on Monday 

click to enlarge Yuengling's lager is now available on draft at a number of San Antonio drinkeries. - PHOTO COURTESY GLAZER'S BEER AND BEVERAGE OF TEXAS
  • Photo Courtesy Glazer's Beer and Beverage of Texas
  • Yuengling's lager is now available on draft at a number of San Antonio drinkeries.

Pennsylvania’s D.G. Yuengling & Son — the oldest operating U.S. brewery — began brewing its famous suds in Texas back in May, and as of Monday, two of those brews will start flowing freely in the Alamo City.

Since Yuengling's distribution previously reached only as far west as Louisiana, a Texas source for its easy-drinking brews is big news for lovers of the cult classic. Fans were even known to bring it across state lines to have a stock at home.

As of noonish Monday, reps were outfitting local draft rails with Yuengling's iconic, golden eagle-topped tap handle, according to Glazer's, the beer's SA-area distributor. The following is starter list of establishments that will be serving the East Coast brewer's suds this afternoon:
  • Francis Bogside, 803 S St. Mary's St.
  • The Point Park, 24188 Boerne Stage Road
  • Dog & Pony, 1481 S. Main St. in Boerne
  • Moe’s Tx Tavern, 12536 Nacogdoches Road
  • Club Sirius, 228 Losoya St.
  • Claude Hoppers, 19178 Blanco Road
  • Torchy’s Tacos, all locations
  • Happy Place Bar, 4722 Rittiman Road
  • True Texas BBQ, all locations
  • Dog Haus Biergarten, 20907 Stone Oak Parkway
  • Fish City Grill, 7010 W. Loop 1604 North
  • The Winchester, 5148 Broadway
  • Alibis Sports and Spirits, 1141 E Commerce St.
  • Evil Olive, 2950 Thousand Oaks Dr.
  • The Friendly Spot, 943 S. Alamo St.
  • Main Street Bar, 13477 Wetmore Road
  • Boozehounds, 8531 Perrin Beitel Road
  • Martini Ranch, 4904 West Ave.
  • Tandem San Antonio, 310 Riverside Dr.
  • The Watering Hole, 9809 Fredericksburg Road
While Yuengling is expected to be available in Texas bars Monday, it won't hit retail shelves in the state until a week later.

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