Revolver Brewing Opens in Granbury, TX on Saturday, Oct. 20

Breweries are popping up to the left and right like pimples on a teenage boy’s face. Lucky Granbury just got its first one: Revolver Brewing is opening this Saturday, October 20 from noon to 4 p.m. The grand opening includes tours of the brewery with free beer tastings, of course. The brewers will be there to show off their inaugural beers. It looks like this could be a one-of-a-kind beery Saturday.

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WHAT: Grand opening celebration for REVOLVER BREWING, Granbury’s first brewery. The grand opening will include tours of the brewery and free beer tastings. The Agave Tamale Company, The Rib Shack, and Geppeto’s Pizza Truck, will have food available for purchase. Fish Fry Bingo will perform and there will be games and other family activities. Admission is free

WHEN: Saturday, October 20, 2012

High Noon to 4 pm.

Ribbon Cutting at 1:30 PM.

WHERE: Revolver Brewing

5650 Matlock Road; Granbury, TX 76049


Revolver Brewing is the first craft brewery to be built in Hood County, Texas. The brewery is housed in a 6,000-square-foot new construction building and holds a 30-barrel brew house, fermentation tanks and packaging equipment.

The father and son team of Ron and Rhett Keisler has teamed up with Grant Wood, who returned to Texas after 16 years as brewmaster for the Samuel Adams brand.

Current offerings that will be available for tasting include:

Blood and Honey™ – An American wheat ale brewed with blood orange zest and local honey from Fall Creek Farms.

High Brass Ale™ – A blonde ale brewed with Saphir Hops from Germany.

Revolver Bock™ – A traditional bock beer with a full body and intense malt character.

There will also be other Revolver beers to taste not available anywhere else!

Revolver’s beers are available in craft beer loving restaurants and pubs in Granbury and the Metroplex. A full list of locations is available at Due to TABC regulations, it is not available for purchase directly from the brewery.