I would have enjoyed a wagon ride or the option to take a sultry afternoon snooze in the hay loft, someday.
The tasting room has plenty of awesome saison and farmhouse offerings from local breweries and a well stocked cellar full of European saisons and Shelton gems. No tomes though, due to licensing costs in Texas. The lone star state would break old Dany’s ghostbank
I have been seeing less and less Jester King on the shelf lately and apparently they have no difficulty moving a ton of product without from direct retail sales. This means I will need to fire up the old fedex three tier system to stay current. FARMHOUSE STRUGGLES IS REAL IN THE STREETS
The ambitious catalog of offerings is impressive, the barrel room splendid, and hands down one of the most tactile petting zoos I have ever encountered. Their core catalogue of “normal” releases keeps improving and the mixed fermentation and care that goes into their most pedestrian offerings would suffice as a special release for other breweries. That is saying quite a bit.
The uber was costly to stop by this stately rustic complex, but then I could dip low in the back and wipe dabbers of Dupont starters on my gums.
It is absolutely worth stopping by this aesthetically impressive spot. Just don’t show up like an unannounced asshole when they are closed and expect some special treatment.