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Old Texas Brewing Company


If you live in the Burleson, Texas area and have not made it to Old Texas Brewing Company you are missing out. It's no doubt that Burleson is a thriving small city with big changes on the horizon.

In the past 10 years, the area known as "Old Town" has been transformed from a part of the city less visited to the place to be for fun. While many Burleson residents once made the trek to Fort Worth for their food and fun, the addition of Old Texas Brewing Company has changed that - and for good reason.

The spacious dining room serves up a full menu of options to suite even the most picky palette. In addition, there's a stage in the front where live musicians play acoustic sets to entertain on weekend nights. If guests are looking for a more "adult" atmosphere, step in to the bar, where you can order your favorite Burleson brew and take your time sipping.

Old Texas Brewing Company has something in their bar most have not seen before; a Frost Rail Bar. Getting your drink served in a frosty glass is one thing, but the Frost Rail Bar takes it a step further and keeps it cold while you visit with your friends. It is quite literally what it sounds like - a frosty strip running down the bar that keeps your drink the perfect temperature. Genius!

If you think that it couldn't get any better than that, you are wrong! Take a walk upstairs and dine in the SKYBAR. Burleson's one and only place to hear live music and overlook Old Town. There's just not another place like this in town, and you will certainly not be disappointed.

Lastly, you cannot leave Old Texas Brewing without trying one of their very own craft beers. In short, there's no reason to leave Burleson for a unique experience anymore, just take a short ride into town and spend some time at Old Texas Brewing Company!



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