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Naughty Brewing meets and greets in the Houston area

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Attention, Houston area craft beer fans: A new Texas brewery is on the prowl and it plans to showcase some of its beer in area stores over the next couple of days. The brewery is Naughty Brewing Company, and it will be serving up its brew in the Houston area on Wednesday and Thursday, January 22 and January 23, 2014.

Where to Go

Naughty Brewing is planning three separate tasting events over this two- day period. The dates, times, and places are:

  • January 22, Central Market 12-3pm, 3815 Westheimer Rd, Houston
  • January 22, HEB Bunker Hill 4-7pm, 9710 Katy Frwy Houston
  • January 23, Specs Smith St. 2-5pm, 2410 Smith St, Houston

What to Do

Each of the three tasting events is more than just an opportunity to sample beer. It also presents a chance to meet the people behind the brewery and its products, ask questions, and learn more about Naughty Brewing and its place in the Texas brewing landscape. Bottle signings, beer tastings, and small talk await at each gathering, for an informal yet informative meet and greet experience.

Where to Begin

Set aside some time this Wednesday or Thursday and make your way to one of the three locations above. It’s a perfect way to get to know the people behind the beer and sample some of the latest and greatest beer from the Lone Star State. Cheers!

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