WHAT: The Revolver Brewing tour event runs every Saturday. Admission is $10 for every person over 18. Admission includes a logo pint glass, beer tastings (must be over 21), live music, and a tour given by one of our genius brewers. Upcoming bands are listed below. *Please note that reservations are not required and tickets may be purchased at the door the day of.
WHEN: Event runs from 12:00pm - 3:00pm. Arrive before 2pm and you get four 8oz tastings. Arrive after 2pm and you get two 8oz tastings.
WHO: Everyone is welcome. The event is family friendly. We have a water table and a couple of rock piles for the kids.
WHERE: The brewery is located at 5650 Matlock Road in Granbury, TX. From Hwy 377, head south on FM 167 (Fall Creek Hwy) for approximately 5 miles. Veer left on Matlock Road. Turn right into second gate.
- One of our brewers will give a tour at 1:30pm.
- Food is available for purchase from food vendor on site. Most meals are $5-$6ish.
- We have a number of picnic tables and chairs, but feel free to bring your own lawn chairs.
- We have corn bag toss games and Giant Jenga.
- No pets allowed.
- No smoking in the brewery.
- No outside alcohol.
- BRING YOUR ID.
The Trials are one of the best up and coming bands in DFW. This high energy band puts on one of the best live shows in Texas. Their heartfelt and soulful originals move crowds and turn heads. Front man, Andrew Carman, leads the way with everything from rocking blues jams to southern soul ballads. Combined that with a top notch rhythm section and you get a groovy soulful performance that wont disappoint.
Great Originals with sweet Harmonies sprinkled around the best covers.
Join us at the brewery Saturday, November 9th for Second Saturday Cinema, featuring a special screening of Waterboy. We'll also have movie-style food and treats from Yater Caters and Cactus Cooler Snowcones, and, of course, plenty of cold beer on tap. So grab your lawn chairs and blankets and join us for a night under the stars!
WHAT: Revolver Brewing Cinema Night. Admission is $10 for every person over 18, which includes a logo pint glass, beer tastings (21+), and a live screening of Waterboy
WHEN: November 9th from 6pm - 9pm (movie start time is 6:30pm). Arrive before 8pm and receive four 8oz tastings. Arrive after 8pm and receive two 8oz tastings.
WHO: Everyone is welcome. The event is family friendly. Sorry, no pets though.
WHERE: The brewery, located at 5650 Matlock Road in Granbury, TX. From Hwy 377, head south on FM 167 (Fall Creek Hwy) for approximately 5 miles. Veer left on Matlock Road. Turn right into second gate.
An original mix of a feel good 80's and 90's Country, together with a very original, unique, high energy album of relatable songs that will find you tapping your feet and singing along.
Join us out at the brewery on Saturday, October 26th as we celebrate 7 years with 27 different beers on tap – including special firkins, barrel-ages selections, and never-before-seen beers. We'll also have the Petty Beagles and our good buddies Shotgun Friday tearing up the stage, along with Yater Caters, Gepetto's Pizza, Taco Guy, and Cactus Cooler on-site as well. We're even extending our hours that day just to fit it all in!
(A) Front Bar: Blood, Hop Device, Mi Cheve, LRP, Full-Tang, Anodyne, Over Yonder
(B) Back Bar: Blood, Hop Device, Mi Cheve, LRP, Full-Tang, Mullet Cutter, Lemon Viper
(C) Firkin Station: Double Dry Hopped Mullet, Vanilla Bock, Blueberry Habanero Sidewinder
(D) Barrel Room Tap 1: Blood, Full-Tang, BB Anodyne, FBO
(E) Barrel Room Tap 2: Mi Cheve, Hop Device, Sangre, Goodnight
(F) Festival Tap 1: Full-Tang, Ouroboros, Bock
(G) Festival Tap 2: Mi Cheve, Yam Dankee, Fenceline
(H) Festival Tap 3: Hop Device, Street Session, Hey Porter
(I) Festival Tap 4: Blood, Texas Toast, Zero Turn Dry IPA
(J) Bldg. 3 Tap: LRP Kellerbier, Corn Dog, Dr. Moro
Admission is $10 per person (18+) and includes a complimentary 7th Anniversary logo glass and twelve 4oz beer tastings (must be 21+). The event is family friendly with plenty of games and a couple of rock piles for the kids too.
*Please note that reservations are not required and tickets may be purchased at the door the day of.
A good old fashioned rock and roll band, turning it up to 11 for the past 15 years.
Are you ready to party, Texas style? Then get ready for Honky Tonk Train, North Texas’ rowdiest country and western cover band. Honky Tonk Train delivers a high-energy blend of classic, contemporary, and Texas country...with the drive of an oncoming locomotive, and the twang that would make ole’ Hank grin.
The Train has many weapons – an infectious backbeat, snappy guitars, and authentic lead vocals featuring not one but three seasoned pro singers - a combination that is guaranteed to get audiences of all ages dancin’, stompin’, and generally having a good ol' time. Playing the hits of Waylon and Willie, Patsy and Reba, Randy and Pat, Merle, Johnny, King George, Brad, and Blake - a set list that spans over 50 years of instantly recognizable tunes, good for two-stepping, line dancing, and even an occasional waltz just to slow things down once in a while.
Then head back out to the brewery later in the evening for our Second Saturday Cinema Night, featuring a special screening of "Beetlejuice" and concessions from Gepetto's Pizza Truck and Cactus Cooler Snowcones. Check out our Facebook Events Page for details and join us for an evening under the stars!
Born and raised in Grand Prairie, Texas, Wrongway got his first guitar when he was 12. He spent a few hours a day, making his fingers bleed, and now makes a living off music. Wrongway Jackson knows how to entertain a crowd with high energy, personality, quality sound, lighting, and music at every show. With strong blues and country influences, Wrongway has something for everyone!
Feel good jams that make you want to dance. They have been described as the John Butler Trio, meets the Dave Matthews Band, meets the Black Crowes. So...yeah...definitely don't want to miss these guys!
I just want to share what I do with y'all in the hopes that it makes a connection with you. After all, what is music, but a way of putting life to song? I hope you enjoy the fruits of my "labor". - SH