News & Events

September 10, 2016

Real Ale Oktoberfest

Join us in the Texas Hill Country to celebrate Oktoberfest at Real Ale. We're partying in September, like they do in Deutschland, so get it on your fall calendar now.

August 1, 2016

We’re Giving Away ACL Tickets: Text-To-Win

Real Ale is proud to be returning as an official sponsor of the 2015 Austin City Limits Music Festival. As we enjoy the last dog days of summer, be on the lookout for a display of Firemans #4 in your local beer store.

July 20, 2016

Virtual Brewery Tour & Real Ale in the Statesman

The Austin-American Statesman published a comprehensive history of Real Ale on Sunday, July 10th, including a 360 virtual tour of our brewhouse and cellar. Check out the article, the beautifully-captured photos, and the virtual tour on their website:  

March 31, 2016

Bottle Caps and Birthday Wishes: 20 Years of Brewing in Texas

We’re paying homage to Texan beer drinkers with each bottle cap, too. Printed on the underside of every cap is a different Texas city – fifty in all – where Real Ale is sold. Collectors can display their collection in our limited-edition Texas-shaped bottle cap sign.

August 25, 2016

Rudyard’s 38th Anniversary Beer Dinner

We’re celebrating a big milestone with one of our favorite accounts, Rudyard’s Pub, in Montrose. In honor of their 38th Anniversary, they’ll be putting on one hell of a beer dinner that features two specialty Real Ale casks: Grapefruit White and Four Squared with Amarillo. Tickets are only $38, so come have dinner with us!

August 26, 2016

Collaboration Release w/ The Draught House

That’s right…We teamed up with Josh Wilson from one of our favorite local watering holes in Austin, The Draught House, to brew up a collaboration beer in honor of our 20 Years of brewing in Texas. A Blood Orange and Mango IPA will be up for grabs! Join us as we unveil this tasty take on a… View Article

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—Frank Zappa