Here's where you can grab a beer after voting today in South Austin

Little Woodrow's Little Woodrow's in Southpark Meadows is offering extra-large 22-ounce beers for the standard pint price on Election Day, Nov. 8.[/caption]

With just a few hours left before the polls close on Election Day, a few Southwest Austin-area watering holes are offering residents the chance to grab a drink after casting their ballots for the presidential race as well as local races including Austin's mobility bond, Travis County Commissioners Court Precinct 3 and Austin ISD board of trustees.

Here are a few of the specials and events taking place south of the river Tuesday:

Little Woodrow’s patrons can gather after voting to "de-stress" with 22-ounce mugs of draft beer for the standard pint price. All locations in Austin will offer this special all day, including the Southpark Meadows location at 9500 S. I-35, Ste. 100, Austin.

St. Elmo Brewing Co. Foam settles in a glass of St. Elmo Brewing Co. beer.[/caption]

St. Elmo Brewing Co. opens Tuesday in The Yard development at 440 E. St. Elmo Road. Customers who come in with an ‘I voted’ sticker on Election Day will receive a free half-pint, co-owner Tim Bullock said. The brewpub offers housemade sparkling water and soda as well as cold brew coffee and a variety of housemade beers, and a food truck on the property, Soursop, serves Southeast Asian-inspired dishes.

Uncle Billy’s Brewery & Smokehouse is ringing in the 2016 election with throwback prices on pints from 4 p.m. until closing time. The brewpub, located at 1530 Barton Springs Road, Austin, will serve its own award-winning craft beers made on site for $2.50 for a 16 oz. pint on Election Day.

Whip In, located at 1940 S. I-35, Austin, in the 78704 area, will have TVs on all day showing election coverage throughout the evening. The local Indian fusion restaurant and beer and wine bar will offer food specials and $2 off all drinks for patrons dressed “in full top and bottom white” tonight, according to the business.

Haven't voted yet? Here's what to expect on ballots in Southwest Austin, information on where to vote, and a map showing estimated wait times for voting at Travis County polling locations.