Penny’s Beer Garden opens just south of League City

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Penny’s Beer Garden opened Aug. 16 at 1001 N. FM 646, Dickinson. The business combines an urban farm, farmer’s market and taproom. The beer garden grows fresh fruits and vegetables on site for sale at its market and at other local vendors. The taproom serves local Houston area craft beers, wines and ciders. Penny’s Beer Garden is children- and pet-friendly. 832-315-6263. www.pennysbeergarden.com
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