Family, friends and visitors all enjoy popular events that are planned throughout the year. Wine Walks, Fun Runs, Festivals and Fairs put smiles on faces young and young at heart!
Sunday we are open 12pm-7pm, Food Truck and Yummy Pretzels and Nachos available, Live Music 3pm-6pm, Playground for the kiddos so we are family friendly and pet friendly! Come try one of our 18 beers on tap or if beer is not your thing we have wine and ciders as well. Check our Facebook page to see who is performing! See you at our Sunday Funday Spot Soon!!
Wednesday, January 26th, 2022 :: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Brown Water Cigar Bar
Every Wednesday, join Brown Water Cigar Bar for weekly cigar and whiskey (Brown Water) pairings and specials. Enjoy national premium cigars from a walk-in humidor with bourbon, scotch, rum, Irish whiskey and wine flights.
Wednesday, January 26th, 2022 :: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Floyd’s Wine Lounge
Join us every Wednesday for Beer Wednesday! Half off all draft beers from 3-10pm. See y’all there!
Mamma Mia! We’re taking a trip to Italy! join us on Wednesday, January 26th and let our very own Julia Crawford drop some of her knowledge of classic Italian wines on you! As, always, thoughtful tapas pairings from Chef Liz will be optionally available! Drop by the bar, or call/text 512-773-1411 to reserve your spot today!
Join us for our weekly tacos and trivia night! The taproom is open from 3 to 9 PM on Thursdays. Trivia starts at 6 PM.
1st = 8 Tokens* ($40 value)
2nd = 5 Tokens* ($25 value)
3rd = 3 Tokens* ($15 value)
Each token is valued at $5 and may be used towards beer and/or merchandise.
We are open every Friday From 12pm-10pm, we will have yummy pretzels and nachos all day and food truck 4-9pm, Live Music 6pm-9pm, Playground for the kiddos and dog friendly! Come on out and chill with our Friday Night Vibes! Check our Facebook page to see who will be performing!
Saturday, January 29th, 2022 :: 12:00am - 12:00am
Barrington Plantation State Historic Site
Essential to good health, common table salt has been prized for hundreds of centuries. Unlike today, salt was not always so readily available, and colonists and pioneers depended on imports from across the seas. Historically, salt was an integral part of many civilizations. Come to the kitchen and help make brines for food preservation and mordants, examine colorful varieties and large crystals of halite with a device used by early mineralogists, and inspect Texas and Gulf Coast maps illustrating salt deposit distributions. These aspects of salt and many more are awaiting you this weekend at Barrington! Contact Barb King at firstname.lastname@example.org or 936-878-2214 x248 for more information.