Interactive map: Here is your guide to more than 80 breweries in Central Texas


Since the craft beer boom took off in 2010, more and more breweries have been popping up in Central Texas. With over 80 local companies now brewing within the Austin, Dripping Springs, Lake Travis, Round Rock, San Marcos and New Braunfels communities, there are ample opportunities to enjoy a pint or explore a venue.

Central Texas’ oldest brewery, Draught House Pub & Brewery, located in Central Austin, dates back to 1968, while others are still under development and expected to open soon. The following timeline shows a history of breweries that are currently operational or are expected to open in Central Texas.

Use this interactive map to find neighborhood breweries throughout Central Texas, with those expected to open soon highlighted in red. Click on a point to view a brewery’s address and other key features, including events, tours and happy hours. With information based on Nextdoor user comments and recommendations, the map also includes crowd favorites at some of the breweries including Austin Beerworks’ Pearlsnap, Electric Jellyfish at Pinthouse Pizza and the Lovely Day IPA at Whitestone Brewery in Cedar Park.

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  1. At least two of these are not breweries. Hops and Thyme, while serving a good beer selection, is not a brewery. Neither is LT Corner Pub.

  2. Might consider adding Save the World Brewing Co. in Marble Falls. Wonderful business model, great product. Their wares are also available all over Round Rock (Greenhouse, High Country, Brass Tap, and the HuttoHEB, to name a few.)
    (830) 637-7654
    1510 Resource Parkway
    Marble Falls, TX 78654

  3. I have another addition to your map. BS Brewing, 1408 Old Lehmann Road, Seguin. It is really mid-way between San Marcos and Seguin. In the country with wonderful views of New Braunfels and San Marcos. 12 taps including mead and Sangria for non-beer drinkers. Delicious beers!!!

  4. Your timeline is incorrect. Brewpubs were not allowed in Texas until 1993. The Draught House was just a tavern in 1968 and closed sometime in the early 90’s. It re-opened in 1995 as the Draught Horse Brewpub because the original holder of the “Draught House” name refused to give up the DBA. Then after an ownership change In the late 90’s it acquired the Draught House name. Your timeline needs to be adjusted to place the “brewing” part of it at 1995.

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