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Our food menu, just like our beer menu, focuses on craft and quality. A lot of our pizzas, salads, and sandwiches– you can come and get every​ ​day. But over half our menu is constantly changing based on what’s fresh, what’s in season, and what our chef Tim Stevens, aka Jesus, wants to do. We … Continued
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1305 W Oltorf St Austin, TX 78704
1305 West Oltorf StreetUSTexasAustin78704
Brewpub, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Live Music Venue
Pizza Restaurant
New American Restaurant
Today 12–10PM
Sunday 12–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–12AMSaturday 12PM–12AM
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Warehouselike beer garden matching house microbrews with pub bites such as pizza & sandwiches.- Google
"I recommend their Day Trip pale ale and the Luxury Liner double ipa."
"Awesome pizza and beer, needs a covered outdoor area and better outdoor seating."
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Justin VanHout
2 months ago
For such a Liberal turning city, and an obviously liberal clientele, maybe I was too naive to think I could anyways... Funny thing about anti-gun establishments, and I'm not being stereotypical here, is that thy are most often based from a Liberal political spectrum. The hilarious irony is while the Liberal base preaches about equality, and how the other side should have respect for their rights, they have NO CONCERN about respecting the rights of their opposites. I respect the LAW, and I respect rules, so when I was approached here, albeit courteously, I responded in kind with "Sure, I will go put it away" and promptly stood and went to my vehicle without a scene. Long story short, although I was approached respectfully, I won't ever come back. You can't have equality without actually practicing equality.
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Charles Bastian
3 months ago
This is a cool little brewery/eatery with live music and lots of different beer and food choices. Seating is a little limited (inside and out), for the crowds that show up. The beers were good, with a lot of variety. The food is good quality, especially for a brewery. The main reason I have to give them two stars is because there were a lot of people smoking all over the place. That completely ruins the atmosphere and the experience. I find it very disturbing that companies still allow people to stand around their property poisoning the air, and forcing everyone else in the vicinity to suffer from their bad choices. Not to mention forcing employees to breath in those toxins just to try and make a living.
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robert capazzi
a week ago
The beer is so good here and is pretty good, there is plenty of seating, but ABGB can sometimes get large crowds, it is popular among locals, and dog friendly. Check it out and bring your friends.
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Laurie deVegter
a month ago
Very laid back and welcoming team. Local food with flare at a fair price--and its amazing and seasonal.
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Shaun Cassells
6 months ago
Brewery, pizza, music, and mostly inside. A really good place to go hangout low key and try new brews. Tons of taps (nothing unusual anymore) and knowledgeable employees. The pizza is good mid thickness with standard toppings. There is a bit of an outside where dogs are allowed but you can't hear the bands from out there. Inside is long picnic tables and usually some good tunes. Parking is plentiful there or on the surrounding streets. Be aware of the train tracks as trains go by frequently and are never short (be prepared to wait)
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Katie Dunkle
2 weeks ago
Favorite neighborhood spot. Great rotating menu. I like their style n outdoor seating. Good for large groups.
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Jesse Crimes
a month ago
Go-to place for beers and pizza. They're sandwiches are great and the salads are plentiful. Outside seating is huge and is a great place to bring my dog.
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Kaitlin M
5 months ago
I visited with a local Austin girl who ordered for me-the beer was great. We sat outside at the cute picnic tables where you can have a dog and watched the locals, families, and hipsters all enjoying the weather and atmosphere. The pizza smelled great and I hear there's sometimes live music. I wish there were places like this in Boston!! Update: YUM! I came back here and had a wonderful pizza experience! We got three pizzas for four people and they were really yummy. We also got some apps--the meatballs, the deviled eggs (better than expected!), and the brussels sprout salad (more of a side than a salad, though). All were great. I'd love to come back and try even more pizza options! The tables are fun--long, shared picnic-ish tables. They delivered everything to your table. A band started playing as we had dinner and it was a great, casual, fun spot. I'll be back!
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