International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now-famous ALE TRAIL. From a local nano-brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a vibrant, diverse group of breweries that are helping redefine the character of our city, one tasty pint at a time. Take the weekend…You deserve it!
You do not have to “Do the Trail” to enjoy our great breweries on International Beer Day. Take your time and enjoy any one of them at your own pace, and in whatever cool part of town tickles your taste buds at the time.
Rahr & Sons Brewery
Rahr & Sons kicks off International Beer Day on Saturday with a 5K Social Run at 9am. $20 gets you beer and breakfast! 1pm: International Beer Day Tour & Tasting with Big Mike on Stage.
Hop Fusion Ale Works
The Collective Brewing Project
Wild Acre Brewing (Kinda Southside)
Panther Island Brewing
Celebrate this national beer holiday with Big Mike on stage at Panther Island Brewery. All beers are $5, and you can fill your belly with The Smokin Cactus Food Truck. The new release at Panther Island on International Beer Day is a Strawberry Mint Milkshake IPA.
If you work downtown or near downtown, Cowtown Brewery is an easy stop on International Beer Day. Get there early for $3 off Crowlers all day and $2 off drafts from 2pm-6pm. It’s a good vibe! Check it out!
Justin, Texas (North of Fort Worth)
Rabbit Hole Brewing
Going north for International Beer Day (Friday, August 2nd)? Head to Rabbit Hole Brewing.
To celebrate International Beer Day Rabbit Hole Brewing is whipping up $5 Radlers made with their award-winning Kolsch and house-made, hand crafted grapefruit soda.
You can also check out 35W, a Dusseldorf Altbier collaboration beer with Steam Theory Brewing. It’s be tapped on International Beer Day.
Dirty Job Brewing
By The Horns Brewing
Shannon Brewing Company