Beer and Wine Guide

Wine Tasting Rooms


Cork Cafe
25712 Hwy. 290, Ste. C, Cypress
281-758-1682
www.corkcafe.com


d’Vine Wine Bar
25202 Hwy. 290, Cypress
281-213-4656
www.dvine-winebar.com

The Hidden Cellar
16518 House Hahl Road, Cypress
281-304-2940
www.hiddencellarcypress.com 


Three20Three
12810 Telge Road, Cypress
281-746-3005
www.facebook.com/three20three


Urban Vine
13215 Grant Road, Ste. 700, Cypress
281-374-8480
www.theurbanvine.net

Wine Styles
12361 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress
281-758-3560
www.winestyles.net

Wineries


Bernhardt Winery
9043 CR 204, Plantersville
936-894-9829
www.bernhardtwinery.com


Circle S. Vineyards
9920 Hwy. 90 A, Ste. B-268, Sugar Land
281-265-9463
www.circlesvineyards.com


La Fuente Winery
10606 Hempstead Hwy., Ste. 118, Houston
713-269-4489
www.lafuentewinery.com


Pleasant Hill Winery
1441 Salem Road, Brenham
979-830-8463
www.pleasanthillwinery.com


Windy Winery
4232 Clover Road, Brenham
979-836-3252
www.windywinery.com 


Yepez Vineyards
12739 FM 2354, Baytown
281-573-4139
www.yepezvineyard.com



Breweries


8th Wonder Brewing Co.
2202 Dallas St., Houston
713-397-0072
www.8thwonderbrew.com


11 Below Brewing
6820 Bourgeois Road, Houston
281-444-2337
www.11belowbrewing.com


Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.
5301 Nolda St., Houston
832-244-1873
www.buffalobayoubrewing.com

Karbach Brewing Co.
2032 Karbach St., Houston
713-680-2739
www.karbachbrewing.com


No Label Brewery
5351 First St., Katy
281-693-754
www.nolabelbrew.com


Saint Arnold Brewing Co.
2000 Lyons Ave., Houston
713-686-9494
www.saintarnold.com



Beer & Wine Festivals


The Woodlands Wine and Food Week
Locations vary, The Woodlands
713-557-5732
www.wineandfoodweek.com
June 1-7
Throughout the first week of June, three major wine and food events take place in The Woodlands, including the Wine Walk at Market Street, Sips, Suds and Tacos, and a Grand Tasting and Chef Showcase. Tickets range from $20-$40 for the various events.


Houston Beer Festival
900 Bagby St., Houston
www.houstonbeerfestival.com
June 13-14
The annual Houston Beer Fest features more than 200 brews and 20 local bands spread across three stages of live music. Now in its fifth year, the two-day event moves to its new location at Tranquility Park and the front steps of City Hall. The event attracts as many as 10,000 visitors. Tickets are $25.


Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival
Moody Gardens, Galveston
713-557-5732
www.brewmastersbeerfest.com
Sept. 4-6
Moody Gardens hosts an annual craft beer festival each Labor Day weekend. Events include a Friday night pub crawl, local brewery tasting tours, food and beer pairings and live music on the beach. Fireworks displays take place on Saturday and Sunday nights. Tickets start at $25.


Big Brew Destination
George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston
713-557-5732
www.bigbrewhouston.com
Oct. 19-25
More than 10,000 people are expected to turn out for the second annual event that highlights craft beer. The weeklong event features various educational classes, tastings and other activities.

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