Below is a list of the top and leading Beer Halls in Austin. To help you find the best Beer Halls located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Beer Halls:
The top rated Beer Halls in Austin are:
- Lazarus Brewing Co. – have got a huge outdoor patio with fans, misters, and room for everyone
- Draught House Pub & Brewery – beers are fresh, clean, and hoppy in the way that only brewpubs can make them
- The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co. – believes their beer has the power to make everything better
- Craft Pride – is a unique Texas-only craft beer bar serving up the highest quality beer
- Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden – is all about being a marvelous place to eat, drink and hang out
Lazarus Brewing Co.
Lazarus Brewing Co. ancestors saw beer as a present from God, to be received with gratitude. Not just because it cheers their hearts and brings people together. It can also be a power for great good. They saw this firsthand. In 2010, they teamed up with Montana’s largest brewery to brew a special beer that would help people in need, all souls Ale was born, an 11% wonder, fit for a king. They do coffee, beer, tacos, and joy. They have got a huge outdoor patio with fans, misters, and room for everyone.
Taroom & patio, Pickup & To-Go, Shop & Ship, Private Events
“Love this spot! Great tacos and fresh beer. Hard to believe it took me 4 years to discover it. Totally chill and totally Austin Featured photo: street tacos. My daughter has breakfast tacos and loved them too.” – Rose M.
Draught House Pub & Brewery
Draught House Pub & Brewery, Wayne Overton well or not have been a dancer from Milwaukee, it is familiar that he was, for a time, a Texas farmer. This was after he and his wife Gay handled The Tavern and before they built the Draught House. Wayne arranged eighteen beer towers on the bar top and opened the doors on June 30th, 1969. And for 25 years the Overtons ran what was probably the best place in Texas to drink draught beer.
Dr. Glenda Smith purchased the building in 1995 and opened a dental clinic on the second floor after Wayne died. Gay Overton, caring of her memories, retained the Draught House name so the pub was renamed Draught Horse under new ownership. Josh Wilson, earlier at the now-closed Bitter End Brewery assume brewing operations. In 1999, ownership modified again and the Draught Horse changed back to the Draught House. Their beers are fresh, clean, and hoppy in the way that only brewpubs can make them.
Draught House Beers, Dine-In, Takeaway
“Awesome old school Austin pub with some of their own house beers and a great rotating tap list of guest beers. Solid food truck slinging fish and chips, burgers, and brats. Mostly covered outdoor seating (outdoors only currently). Great place to enjoy a solid beer outside.” – Grant E.
The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.
The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co. believes their beer has the power to make everything better. A fresh, hot pizza. A nice big Muffaletta sandwich. A great band on Saturday night. And hanging out in the shade of their beer garden with your pup, friends, and fellow Austinites. They also believe their beer has the power to make their entire community better.
They strive to take beer’s innate goodness and put it into action improving their neighborhood, city, and the lives of lots of folks. Come hang out with them, or order to go online and pick it all up.
Beer, Food, Events, Shop
“Cool place, nice vibes. Very organized, they’ll seat you at a table where you can enjoy yourself in a comfortable way. The beer selection is good, tried different ones, but you can’t go wrong with them. Hell Yes! The food was also very good and satisfying.” – Osniel Gonzalez D.
Craft Pride is located in the flourishing Rainey Street district in Austin, Craft Pride is a unique Texas-only craft beer bar serving up the highest quality beer from regional breweries. Craft Pride come into existence when its owner took notice of the prosperous craft beer scene in Texas during the very first Austin Beer Week in 2010. She promptly understood a desire to create a new niche that would lend a hand to the steadily growing community.
Creating fun and attractive space that also conveys the idea behind Craft Pride, the bar creates a memorable experience for dedicated beer lovers and casual drinkers alike. Profoundly knowledgeable in all things beer, from the style and the manner in which it is made to how it is stored and the correct pour, the Craft Pride team will conduct casual drinkers and aficionados alike in finding the ideal beer to suit any taste.
Beer, Wines, Events
“Fantastic spot – best beer place in Austin. Great indoor and outdoor seating that fits plenty of people. The outdoor seating area also has an awesome pizza food truck (that’s there all the time) with incredible pizza. They offer half pours for beer, and there’s a ton of local options too if you’re visiting from out of town. It’s right there on Rainey St. so it’s a great first step and there’s a ton more to do right around there. Loved this place!” – Mason S.
Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden
Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden is all about being a marvelous place to eat, drink and hang out. Not too disorderly, not too laid back, just a good old-fashioned good time. Handcrafted sausage, pig roasts, beef jerky, craft beer, pickled vegetables, spring days in Texas, Sunday brunch, and all types of Americana and country music are a few of their pastimes. They consider that quality food, made from scratch, can still be sold at a sincere price. They have a dedication to superiority and deeply believe in the principle of hospitality.
Beer, Sausage, To Go, Events
“Went for Sunday Brunch but still got something off the regular menu. They are taking safety precautions a little more than others near by. Great big beverage menu! All sorts of local beers and ciders. We got the pretzel, potato salad, and Itlaian and all were very good!! I would definitely go back.” – Justin M.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.