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Freetail Brewing Company

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BEER AVG
3.85/5
Based on:
103 Beers
2,059 Ratings
Place Score: 93
Ratings: 114
Reviews: 63
rAvg: 4.2
pDev: n/a
Taps: 18
Bottles: --
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

4035 N Loop 1604 W. Suite 105.
San Antonio, Texas, 78257
United States
phone: (210) 395-4974

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Ratings: 114 | Reviews: 63
Photo of KTCamm
4.19/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4

Great option on the outskirts of San Antonio. Active vibe, lots of TVs to catch sporting events, and plenty of room to get comfortable. Wide ranging variety on top, with make your own 4 beer samplers. Pretty extensive menu as well with one highlight being the hot pretzels. Definitely worth a trip.

Photo of ONovoMexicano
4.14/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5

I didn't try the food though I've heard it's great. Just came in and got two flights of beers.

They seem to like wit beers and had at least four on tap when I was there. A spirulina wit stood out on the menu but it's not too remarkable to drink. The Witicus is the beer geek's best bet of the wit beers.

On the other spectrum they had a black IPA, a Belgian and Imperial Stout and an American Wild Ale that all appealed to me on the menu. They represented a good mix of styles and offered different flavor profiles that I like when visiting a brewery (I like variety).

I must say they're Endymion is an exceptional brew and reminded me a bit of The Dissident or La Folie, both exceptional beers that I love. Unfortunately it wasn't available for growler fills.

The service was friendly and helpful, although you can tell they get a lot of inexperienced beer drinkers in there, so you'll get warnings like "It's sour," which are kinda funny.

Lastly, the outdoor area here is nice, but the indoor area does feel a bit like a dark, trashy college bar. Maybe it's meant to suggest a cave (for the freetail bats) but either way, it's not exactly appealing.

Also, the location along the highway in a stripmall kind of setting isn't much to write home about either.

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
3.65/5  rDev -13.1%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.75 | selection: 3.75 | food: 3.5

Before driving to Austin and leaving San Antonio, I took the wife to Freetail Brewing.

Driving there is no joke- miles and miles of northbound freeway to a point where you are still within city limits but it feels like a subdivision in the middle of nowhere. The space is large and standard, nothing terribly unique but comfortable and functional.

I spotted 19 taps all around, including 15 Freetail and 4 guest taps from Texas. Of the house beers, I tried, in a 5-oz flight of 4 brews, the Old Bat Rastard (winter warmer), Hopothosis (DIPA), Thanatos (7.2% stout) and FT2 Witicus (sort of an imperial wheat). All of them were OK but a little underwhelming aka average. I wouldn’t rush to fill a growler here… although I did like the La Muerta imperial stout I had on tap at Friendly Spot.

I had read about the Freetail pizza and was curious (and hungry!). But both the wife and I were left a little cold… the size is good and the crust is thin, but it lacked flavor all around, from dough to toppings. Not even hot sauce and cheese could save it from blandness. The cheesy bread appetizer was simple and yummy, though.

Service was pretty friendly and prices are not terrible ($18 for a massive pizza). It was a good stop for us and I’m glad I tried Freetail, but I don’t think I will revisit.

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4/5  rDev -4.8%

Attended for La Muerta release. Did a sampler and beers were good, but not as great as I had hoped. Not as congested as expected either, venue as attached to a mall with plenty of outdoor seating. Service was good and prices reasonable. Will probably go back on a slower day.

Photo of duff247
4.08/5  rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.75 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4

Awesome brewpub. Great beer - although selection at times lately has been hit or miss (may be due to a second location opening and bottling more). The food is awesome, pizza and appetizers are awesome. Definitely worth a trip if you are in the area or just want a great pizza and beer.

Photo of jpf433
3.66/5  rDev -12.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

I was in town looking for a brewery/brewpub to check out and found this place. Good atmosphere and good beer. I was looking for a hoppy IPA so I tried their Velocihopter which was good. I didnt have a chance to try anything else, but will stop by again next time I am visiting the area.

Photo of Sludgeman
4.33/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Freetail Brewing is a brew pub cloaked in a pizza joint pretending to be a sports bar. I like it. Will definitely visit again. Unfortunately it is about a 15 mile drive from downtown, so for frequent travelers like me who would love to hit a place like this, it will definitely take some effort and probably a rental car.

A - Open, bright enough, clean, no stale beer smell, loud when crowded, lots of TVs. An outdoor area, but too cold, though a few people were still braving the unusually cold San Antonio weather. - 4

Q – Correct glass ware, but the Old Bat Rastard was served too cold (of course it was below 40 outside!). Life could be worse. - 4.5

S - Excellent waiter, friendly, knowledgable about beer and food. – 4.5

S – Nine house beers on tap plus some guest beers and cider. - 4

Food – Go for the pizza. I had a Palamero (white pizza) to which i added spicy sausage. Yum! Good food to go with good beer. 4.5

Value – Three beers and a medium pizza (just for myself) cost me about $35 with tip. $$

Photo of AlCaponeJunior
4.25/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A few updates, with the original review still in place.

I've been going here for several years now, since they opened almost (drinking their five year anniversary beer now). Their beers have remained very tasty, with great variety too. I would say their witbiers stand out more than anything, as they always seem to have two different varieties on tap, and they are always delicious.

Atmosphere wise it's gotten busier, but it's still mostly like a sports bar. The staff tends to be pretty good. Some really know their beer well. The head brewer is very friendly to homebrewers, offering tips and freely sharing knowledge and information.

On the music: Hats off to any establishment that plays the *entire album* of Mars Volta, 'Deloused in the Comatorium.' I am forever sold on Freetail since that day (plus they have good beer!).

**original review**

The Freetail brewery wasn't hard to find, and there was plenty of parking. I went inside to find a rather sparse, but pleasant sports-bar type atmosphere, with lots of TVs and reasonably leveled music playing (not too loud). The music was a bit humorous as I kept hearing 80's type stuff playing (human league 'don't you want me baby' etc). Still, the atmosphere was decent enough, no complaints.

They had a pretty good beer selection, with about 12 on taps from the Freetail brewery, and various other local microbrews too. They had a cask offering but it had just run out when I got there (doh!). Prices were reasonable for the type of establishment, I spent about $30 plus tip (that included lunch, several beers, and a hat). I tipped well as the bartender was very busy but still kept my glass full and got my food order fast.

Beer wise I thought the selections were quite tasty. Obviously they put some time and effort into creating good beer and not just pumping out whatever will sell. I talked to one of the brewers for a bit, and he was both chatty and up to speed on the heartbeat of craft beer and micro breweries in San Antonio. I was drinking a Cinco Pilz, a collaboration beer, and he pointed out that what I was drinking was their version, but also gave me a sampler glass of another version of the same beer brewed by a brewery across the street. Very classy, and the beer was downright delicious too.

The food menu was typical of the type of establishment, but they had plenty of selections, including pizzas (which looked great). I had the Freetail salad, which was very darn tasty.

Overall it's a nice establishment and I'd recommend it to anyone

Photo of jmdrpi
3.96/5  rDev -5.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4

Stopped by for a couple beers during a trip to San Antonio. That night was a killer deal of half price pints.

Atmosphere is modern. Smallish bar along the back wall which is where I sat. plenty of tables for dinning, and an outdoor patio with additional tables. Pizza oven is visible in the back space. A giant projector screen above the bar indicates the current beer offerings.

They had about a dozen beers on tap, plus a few "guest beers" from other breweries. Beers were a mix of standards and some funky one-offs, like the Green Curry Wit beer I had. Beer was tasty. Food looked good but I didn't eat anything.

Definitely worth checking out.

Photo of Mamlassig87
4.64/5  rDev +10.5%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.25

This place was great! We really enjoyed the choice of beer and that you can taste test what you might be interested in before purchasing a large glass. The sour they have available is really good if you like sours; it has an interesting smoke flavor from the smoked barley it is brewed with, but I think my favorite was the Witicus light colored but still a little heavy with ingredients. The service at the bar great and can't wait to go back again

Photo of 3sheets2wind
3.75/5  rDev -10.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.75

This place pumps out a variety of good beers. Check their website before you go because sometimes their selection leaves a bit to be desired, but when they have a saison or la muerta stout or one of their barrel aged selections, you should beat a path to their door. Tuesday nights are $2.50 pints. What a deal. Sunday has $10 growlers. Be patient. I went a few times and did not find a beer that I really liked that much, but later found several beers that range from good to exceptional (here's looking at you Verano Sin Fin saison).

Photo of sliverX
4.48/5  rDev +6.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Went down for Le Muerta day 2012 for a break from the cold. Wonderful release atmosphere, real relaxed fun event before hand. Even met the brewer as our host thought it was cool we came all that way to hang out. For as hectic as the release was the waitress handled herself well. Had nachos and several different pizzas and all were excellent.
Tap list was super and featured other Texas beers as well if I remember right. Very reasonable costs and may even go on the cheap side.
Would definitely go here again if I'm ever in San Antonio or Austin.

Photo of TheBeerDog
4.11/5  rDev -2.1%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.5

First, the beer - The selection of beers is constantly changing, but based on my experience they usually have a very diverse selection to choose from, at times having several tasty IPAs on tap. I don't believe I've had a bad beer from Freetail, they are usually very satisfying.

The Food - Typical bar fare, the pizzas are decent.

Atmosphere - Laid back. Plenty of Tvs make this place ideal for watching football on Sundays. The patio area is nice as well.

Photo of wreckem8010
4.7/5  rDev +11.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I have made many stops at Freetail and have never been disappointed. First, the atmosphere is excellent, a bunch of laid back beer and food lovers enjoying themselves. Barrels surround patrons, peaking curiosity of their contents. Soccer matches can be fun/packed, so plan accordingly. I'm not the biggest soccer fan by any means but the atmosphere here is awesome during soccer matches.

Service has always been good, I always receive the correct order and usually in a timely fashion. Some servers are obviously better than others but that is to be expected, no big.

The food is tremendous, I have only had pizzas and the goat cheese & artichoke dip and they are spot on. Pizza carbonara, brisket pizza, meathead, batastrophe, mac n' cheese pizza, and the Montgomery are all fantastic.

Now to the important stuff: beer. I have been fortunate enough to stop by for their specialties (La Muerta, Ananke (& raspberry), Peche'cus, etc.) and they are as good as advertised. The not-so-coveted beers have all been delicious as well. The beer board (along with their app and website) give you an instantaneous look at what they have on tap. The website is usually accurate on what they have to-go in bottles as well. They have ~5 guest beers, filled with some occasional rarities. Freetail has various bottle releases and special events/tappings throughout the year with many of their delicious brews available at the same time. Flights are also available when you just can't make up your mind.

Photo of jforeman
4.75/5  rDev +13.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I visited Freetail about 4 times last year and have been so jealous DFW doesn't have a similar place. As packed as the pub might get there is always a spot in the huge parking lot they have. All of their beers are well crafted and I'm very impressed with the sour program they have. Ive had the pizza and its almost as good as the baked mac and cheese. The new iPhone app they released is very helpful to keep up with upcoming events and beer releases and well constructed and easy to use. They are pet friendly but watch out for the lines on the patio,we got scolded for having our dog cross the line.

Photo of Paveltul
1.7/5  rDev -59.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 1 | service: 1 | selection: 2 | food: 4

the food was good, but it took 40 minutes for my pizza to be ready and the server was not too attentive. She kept forgetting what beers we ordered and bringing us the wrong ones. It looked like she did not really care. most of the beers I tried was straight out nasty. all of their darker beers tasted like pickles and the raspberry stuff (yes, I refuse to call it a beer) was just horrible. The only IPA they had was better than anything else, but it too lacked that solid hoppy aroma that I would expect from an IPA.

Photo of hoponit
4.28/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Made the trip from downtown by bus when visiting San Antonio. Not exactly convenient to reach without a car but possible. And well worth it.

The atmosphere is industrial minimalism, a good thing, in my opinion, for a working brewery. A bit of a sports bar vibe with multiple tv's and a large projection screen on one wall.

Sampled the Rye Wit, Primavera Prematura, Saison d'Schoppe, Tadarida IPA, and the Batlick Porter. All were quite tasty, especially the Primavera, Saison, and the IPA.
Freetail also features some guest taps. Normally I would say that was a bad sign (you may not like our beer so we also offer...) but there was no cause for concern.

For lunch I had the Mucho Mushroom pizza. Unexpectedly excellent - who expects good pizza in TX? Also very reasonably priced.

Photo of texashammer
4.05/5  rDev -3.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Husband and I were in San Antonio for the weekend, and Freetail was near the top of our list. We just missed the tour but were happy sitting at the bar.

Our bartender was everything we needed him to be and answered all our questions knowledgeably. He was not overly friendly but not quite standoffish either. No criticisms here, just an observation of his style - not your chatty type.

We drank every beer they had on draft that day - 14 beers - mostly in taster versions, for obvious reasons. We were very glad to have the option to drink them all, so thumbs up on the tasters. I took very brief notes and it's been a few weeks, so I have not reviewed each beer, but I'll give you my quick notes here on each.

One-sentence beer reviews (* for favorites):
*Tadarida IPA: juicy, fruity hops, creamy head, yum.
Soul Doubt IPA: we found it skunkier, meh. (but props for the cute musical-reference name)
La Rubia blonde: faithful Mexican lager, which is to say a little skunky.
*Rye Wit: yum! light and refreshing, just a touch of rye spice.
Freetail Ale: I found it typical of the amber ale style, which is to say not to my personal taste.
4Shadow: smoked Belgian stout, which again is not to my taste because of the smoke; Husband who can handle a little more smoke than I can still found it overpowering.
Fairy Peril: sour wit with prickly pear (!) and another cute music-reference name, but wow PICKLES, maybe too sour (and this is a girl who loves her sour reds; but this was more vinegary) and also it's pink which Husband didn't really go for.
*Ate II: sour wit with champagne yeast. yum! creamy, not real sour, some champagne flavor, nice dryness.
eXXXtra pale ale: light but good balanced flavor.
Pirate Tail: brown - not bad but not super exciting. a little sweet.
Invierno Inexestante: chocolate saison (?!) had a nice lacy head but not quite as interesting as it sounds.
Old Bat Rastard: winter/old ale, but reminded me more of a British porter.
La Muerta: imperial stout, which again I found too smoky.
3: anniversary ale: oak aged imperial oatmeal stout, whew! my palate was probably shot by this time but I thought it was everything it claimed to be. full-bodied.

We had some nachos and they were good but needed a touch of salt (easily remedied).

All in all we spent a very pleasant afternoon in this inviting, well-lit brewpub and received everything we needed or asked for. I'm glad these guys are making good beer here! I'm not a local, so I defer to their superior knowledge, but I think this is the best thing going beer-wise in SA right now. If you're in town, don't miss them.

Photo of elNopalero
4.38/5  rDev +4.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

In the past year or so I’ve managed to visit Freetail a little more than half a dozen times. If they were closer to where I lived I’d definitely go that many times a month. The brewtenders have all been without fault top-notch. Not just friendly and more than willing to offer samples of their different taps, but also honest. If they’re pouring something that just isn’t working for them they’ll let you know—to each his or her own, of course, as more than once I’ve gladly disagreed. But that’s part of the fun.

When I first heard about FreeTail I’ll admit that I was skeptical. They located on the outskirts of town and seemingly came out of nowhere, so I feared the worse sorts of frat house-sports bar-light beer-strip mall combination (all the better to appeal to the masses). I am so happy to admit I was dead wrong on all accounts. Well, maybe not “sports bar,” as the owners are devoted soccer fans. And they have enough TVs on to catch any of the other games. But thankfully the ambiance is decidedly NOT sports bar.

Now, having had a few pints at a fair share of craft beer bars around the SF Bay area I can say (as some previous reviewer alluded to) that Freetail is not going to deliver the same sorts of experience as a brewpub in, say, SF. But why would it? This is San Antonio. It’s bound to be a different experience and that’s part of the joy of traveling around to different craft breweries. You get a sense of location through sharing conversation and a few good beers.

The food is solid, standard brewery fare. Their pizzas are good—but I felt like the mushroom pizza could stand on its own without the generous amount of cheese dumped atop it. (In general, I think that excellent pizza should adhere to the less-is-more philosophy, although I recognize this clashes with commonly-held perceptions.) Nachos are enough to feed an army, even an army of one. Salads are the healthy choice and I’d love to see Freetail experiment with some dressings made from their beers. A sour beer (Figgy Wood’n) as a vinaigrette base? Yes, please. Or maybe a mustard and IPA blend for some pretzel dipping? And spent grains in the dough? Mmmm….

Of course, the real draw here is the beer. In my experience Freetail is doing a lot of things right. They have their summer beers, their gateway beers, their seasonal releases, and a number of beers that are different, exciting, experimental and just plain out there. Most of the time these work. I’ve had a few misses, but I’ve also had a couple that just hit it out of the park. Not a bad track record for the newbies on the edge of town.

Photo of youbrewidrink
4.33/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

We visited recently on a sunday evening. The football crowd was dying down, but the place was still hopping. Plenty of television's with all of the football games on. This is a large open space with plenty to gaze at.

Our waitress was prompt, friendly & helpful and our glasses never emptied.

We had a table full of appetizers that were made with quality ingredients and ample portions.

The beer selection was great, everyone at the table found something to their liking. I adore Ate.

Freetail Brewing Company is one of those must visits.

Photo of RedBeardBrewing
4.5/5  rDev +7.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Was in San Antonio recently for business and a short vacation. Based on the reviews on BA, this was a must see place and it didn't disappoint.

The atmosphere was great, very laid back with a lot of Texas beer stuff around and lots of flat screens around to watch. We went on a Tuesday, early afternoon so it wasn't very busy but the service and staff there were fantastic.

They had a wide selection of house brews and guest taps. Enjoyed the La Rubia (very good) and Buffalo Hump IPA. I was also pleased to see a (512) product (their IPA) on tap. Buffalo Hump was one of the more enjoyable IPAs I've had, I'm not typically a big fan of IPAs, but found it pretty good.

Food was great, I'd highly recommend the Brisket Sandwich. Food was simple, but very good.

Overall, Freetail was excellent and I will definitely make it a regular destination whenever I'm in the San Antonio area.

Photo of tjkinate
3.6/5  rDev -14.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4

I was really excited to stop in and drink some beer from the "highest rated brewpub in Texas." I really hope that statement isn't true, because in my opinion Freetail has room for improvement.

The good: The location provides its customers with ample parking. I really hate it when a place rocks, but it takes 30 minutes to find a place to park when I'm thirsty for a brew. Here I don't think that ever will be an issue since the parking seemed to be able to fit more vehicles than the brewpub and its neighbor could fit people inside! The actual building itself is in great shape, inside and out, as well as provides a great selection of indoor and outdoor seating with a surprising scenic view. I also enjoyed their food, and the prices were nothing to be frightened of.

The bad: Maybe I've been spoiled with brewpubs from southern California, but 10 beers on tap was laughable. They had a few guest breweries like, Real Ale and Saint Arnold, but if you don't make that many beers at any one time, you need more breweries beer to be present. I can understand it's not that large of a location, but for example Pizza Port in San Diego easily has 15 of their own beers on tap and the remaining 30 are made up from other breweries around the country. I like a variety in my beer selection and even though it is summer a lot of people like dark beers, stouts/porters, and you offered zero of those styles.

At the end of my experience I left with a satisfied full stomach from good nachos and some pretty good beers, but I couldn't help feeling that Freetail was still a long way from being the caliber of place its California counterparts are known to be.

Photo of jamescain
4.2/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Having not yet made it to blue star, this is the one shining star we have in San Antonio (not counting Ranger Creek, as they are a brewery and can not sell beer or food).

The atmosphere is pretty laid back, low lighting, with TV and projectors on all the walls. If you ask them to play some sporting event, as long as they have the channel, they will happily change it for you. There is an outdoor patio with a garage style glass door that can be raised when the weather is nice and allow access to the bar.

The service that I have receive has always been good. Yes occasionally they will mess up your order, but that rarely happens. The waitress seem to have a good knowledge of the beers they serve, which is impressive because they change beers so frequently.

The selection is mostly house beers, but that changes often. They have 3 staples that are always on tap. They brew special one-off, such as barrel aged wild ales, RIS, and other barrel aged experiments. There is also a guest tap selection that usually rotates between different Texas breweries. The one objection I have is that they tend to serve their beers a little cold.

The food is excellent. There pizzas and sandwiches are fantastic and I have yet to try their other offerings, because I usually get one of those two.

It is no more expensive than any other bar, or restaurant. In fact on wednesdays they have a Date night special that for $16 includes pizza and a pitcher (price depends on the beer chosen). Tuesdays are $2.50 house pints and Mondays are $10 pitchers, so you have cheap options depending on the day.

I would recommend Freetail to anyone traveling though San Antonio and needs a place to grab a bite and a cold drink.

Photo of jdense
3.78/5  rDev -10%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Visited 4.19.11.

Located in the far NW confines of San Antonio off the loop, a bit of a hard drive during rush hour traffic, but certainly worth the drive, especially on Tuesday when the house regular drafts are $2.50 per pint. There's a good size patio out back with obstructed views of the hill country, covered and the fans were running full blast on this hot and sticky day. There's a roll-up window that allows for an outside bar seating area. The interior features a 12-14 seat L shaped bar, about 25 tables scattered about and 10 big screens to watch sports on, pretty spacious. The day I visited they had 10 house and 4 guest beers on tap, wide range of beers everyone should be able to find something tasty to try. When I visited they featured the house standard ale, a couple of Rye beers, a saison (poured in the wrong glassware) and Hopothesis D, Texas attempt at a CDA. Pretty friendly barkeep, and it appeared that there were a number of regulars frequenting. Didn't try the food, though the wood oven pizza looked tasty. I thought it was worth the visit, but certainly not the high point of my San Antonio beer adventure.

Photo of positiverpr
4.25/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

No surprise to find another great review for this place. They "get it" in every way. First and foremost for this area are the big blue water filters which are a Necessary if your gonna brew good beer with the chalky water here. Dancing with overly acidified water makes the lighter beers dangerously drinkable but still appropriate. The beers selection, presentation(except the shaker glasses), overall feel and food are just the best that your gonna get in this state although I think that these guys could hang with most guys in any state. Thanks freetail for renewing my faith in Texas beer after losing the covey. Get here and support these guys.

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Freetail Brewing Company in San Antonio, TX
93 out of 100 based on 114 ratings.