Skull Mechanix is the latest brewery to open in the St. Elmo area. The brewery and tap room is located at 1005 East St. Elmo Road. Skull Mechanix has menu of seven beers on tap, including a saison, Irish stout, and a couple of IPAs. It also has a couple of ciders on draft from Argus Cidery and a cherry vin (fruit wine). Beers are also available to take home in 32-ounce crowler cans.
The team behind Barfly’s is opening a new neighborhood restaurant with Turntable Eatery. It’s taking over shuttered House Pizzeria’s former digs in North Loop at 5111 Airport Boulevard. Turntable Eatery will be owned by Marcos Canchola, who also partially owns operate Violet Crown Social Club, Barfly’s, Mugshots, Hideout Pub, Bender Bar, and Pour House Pints and Pies, along with Albert Varela and Lucas Navarro, both of whom were longtime Barfly’s employees.
Austin brands Austin Eastciders and Cuvée Coffee are teaming up for South by Southwest with cold brew cider. The boozy caffeinated drink will be found at Austin Eastciders new tap room at 979 Springdale Road, until it sells out. The Austin Eastciders tap room, which opened in November, was specifically set up as a place to experiment with special releases. The cidery notes that most collaborations sell out within a week.
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Selecting a term
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