Frontyard Brewing set to open in Spicewood this fall

Frontyard Brewing is set to open on a nine-acre plat of land in Spicewood. (Courtesy Chad Worner)
Frontyard Brewing is set to open on a nine-acre plat of land in Spicewood. (Courtesy Chad Worner)

Frontyard Brewing is set to open on a nine-acre plat of land in Spicewood. (Courtesy Chad Worner)

The Spicewood area will see the addition of a new brewery, Frontyard Brewing, in October, though the opening is dependent upon conditions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

The craft brewery, located at 4514 Bob Wire Road, Spicewood, will sit on nearly nine acres of land and will feature fire pits, pickleball courts and a seating area designed with artificial turf. Frontyard Brewing will also feature outdoor and indoor games as well as an on-site farm-to-table food truck, according to co-owner Chad Worner.


Upon opening, Worner said, he hopes the brewery can act as a daily destination for friends and families that want to spend time with one another and unplug.

Though the company is anticipating opening in the fall, customers may be able to enjoy beer to go prior to the official opening date. 512-772-2600. www.frontyardbrewing.com
By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.


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