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From Texas Fest at Twin Liquors to Easy Tiger's Kegs & Eggs brunch, next week during South by Southwest, there is no shortage of chances to imbibe.
Thirsty Planet's second smoked beer, a collaboration with Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, is part of a yearly series called Wandering Wood.
Want a new SXSW experience? These watering holes weren't open during last year's festival and might be fun to visit next week.
Bloody Mary mixes from two Austin-based entrepreneurs incorporate flavors like wasabi, habanero.
Just in time for the first round of Adelbert's beer to get distributed to California, the brewery releases a Belgian IPA called the Traveler.
Forget SXSW. March is full of other opportunities to imbibe.
When the Austin Winery opens in the next month, its founders hope it becomes a destination not far from the center of the city for wine lovers to enjoy Texas-made wine.
When South Austin Brewing celebrates two years in business on Sunday, there will be two new beers on tap: a kolsch and a pale ale.
Qui's Tepache took top prize at the Official Drink of Austin competition last night.
It’s Absolut-ly one of the most interesting accounts Austin-based creative agency Guerilla Suit has handled. The firm was tapped to create the branding for Absolut Texas, a limited edition offering from the well-known vodka maker. Planning for the rollout of Absolut Texas, a vodka with cucumber and serrano chili flavor, ...
Wine serves as the core focus of French restaurant laV, a project between sommelier Vilma Mazaite and executive chef Allison Jenkins.
The Fort Collins, Colo. brewery brings four of its beers into the state next week with launch parties in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, San Antonio and, of course, Austin.
Taste a bourbon on Monday and Tuesday that some consider to be the best out there — and others think is only popular because it's so rare — at Easy Tiger, which is starting up a new whiskey flight series.
Whisler's, The Gatsby, Brass House, Drink.Well and Firehouse Lounge are all five places where you and your date can enjoy tasty craft cocktails any day of the year.
At this year's competition, bar teams from local restaurants will try to create drinks that reflect Austin's personality and tastes.
In Wine Enthusiast’s February issue, the magazine named the Texas Hill Country as one of the 10 best wine travel destinations in 2014.
The former Uncle Billy's Lake Travis brewhouse is turning into the space where Oasis, Texas Brewing will produce sessionable classics.
Funnymen Ron White and Alex Reymundo come to Austin on Saturday to visit two very different venues: Bass Concert Hall, for a night of stand-up, and Spec's at Brodie Lane, where they host a tasting of their new tequila.
Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que is set to become the first Texas brewpub in the state to have its beer distributed through a third-party to local bars and restaurants.
A statewide law that went into effect Jan. 1 may increase the amount of money drinking customers pay at bars and restaurants selling mixed drinks – but there also might not be much of a dent in their wallets at all.