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Rudyard's British Pub welcomes a new Texas brewery to its monthly beer dinner

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Rudyard’s Pub has been holding monthly beer dinners for more than six years and for February, 2014, the popular hangout and nightspot is hosting a Texas brewery that isn’t well known, at least not yet. Here is some background information:

Event: Rudyard’s Pub Beer Dinner

Location: Rudyard’s Pub, 2010 Waugh Dr., Houston, TX

Date and Time: Thursday, February 27 starting at 7 p.m.

This month’s beer dinner is the 75th at Rudyard’s Pub and for this important occasion, Rudyard’s is serving beer from Goliad Brewing, a newer Texas brewery located in the city of the same name.

If you haven’t heard of this small town, you are not alone. It is located southwest of Victoria and has a population of only about 2,000. Yet it is large enough to support a brewery and Rudyard’s Pub is counting on your support to welcome Goliad Brewing and make its first Texas appearance a success. Mark Nichols and others from Goliad are prepared to talk about their new brewery and plan to serve the following beers:

  • Goliad Golden Ale
  • Goliad Redfish IPA
  • Milk Stout
  • Chocolate Hefeweizen
  • Belgian-yeast Redfish IPA

The price for this evening of craft beer and inventive food is $45 if tickets are purchased on or before Sunday, February 23, 2014. After that date, the price increases to $50. Interested guests can purchase tickets directly by clicking here or, if they prefer, can make a reservation via telephone by calling 713-521-0521.

Texas craft beer industry is booming and Goliad Brewing is proof that enough support exists to build a brewery in any city, large or small. Visit Rudyard’s Pub on February 27, 2014 and get to know this newest member of the Texas brewery family.

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