Coronavirus In Texas: Shiner Beer Donates Half A Million Dollars To Texas Restaurant Relief FundThe donation from the 111-year-old independent craft brewery comes as most restaurants and bars across Texas are closed or limited to take-out service.
Dry January - Cutting Alcohol For 30 Days Can Improve Overall HealthIf you didn't hop onto the Dry January band-wagon, that's ok! You can do it any month and it can have a myriad of health benefits.
Load Of Bud Light Beer Cans Spill Onto Texas Highway After Deadly Semi CrashThe trailer of the semi was sheared open in a Texas crash, spilling an entire load of Bud Light beer cans onto the interstate.
Texas Breweries To Sell Beer-To-Go Starting Next WeekSept. 1 marks a day of celebration for craft beer lovers in Texas.
New Texas Laws Impacting Beer, Cough Medicine And Cigarette Sales Take Effect Sunday“We are finally free of the chains that prohibited us from selling beer to go,” said Brad Mall, owner of Oak Highlands Brewery in Dallas.
TCU To Allow Beer Sales At Football Games, In-And-Out Policy EliminatedTCU announced Tuesday that beer sales to the general public will now be allowed at Amon G. Carter Stadium starting with the upcoming season.
Police: 'Queens Of Beer' Steal Multiple Cases From Fort Worth Gas StationFort Worth police are searching for two female suspects who've stolen multiple cases of beer from the same gas station earlier this month.
Bill Allowing Texas Craft Breweries To Sell "Beer-To-Go" Signed Into LawGov. Greg Abbott signed a bill Friday that will allow craft brewery customers to buy and take home their beer.
Texas Governor To Sign "Beer-To-Go" Bill Into Law This WeekendThis weekend Governor Greg Abbott is holding a bill signing ceremony making beer-to-go sales legal in Texas.
Texas A&M Expands Alcohol Availability During Aggie Football Games At Kyle FieldThe decision allows the sale of beer and wine in public areas, instead of just in private suites and clubs, during football games.
Texas Brewers Tap Support For Beer-To-Go BillCraft brewers tapped into whatever support they could find Thursday, to allow Texans to buy beer to-go.