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Saturday Brewery Tour Event (No Pets Allowed)

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.

OTHER THINGS:

- 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.


April 20th - Calamity Janes

One of the top rated female vocal groups in Texas, this trio of sisters blend tight sibling harmony akin to bluegrass, powerful vocals, southern girl grit and Texas twang to create their own, unique sound.


April 13th - Andrew Carman and the Trials

Andrew Carman and 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.


April 6th - Matt Day Band

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.


March 30th - Keith Owens Band

Keith started playing guitar at 16, with influence from his parents and uncle. From early on he had a passion for blues music, fueled by yearly trips with his dad to the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN. After playing football at Northeastern State University, Keith returned to North Texas and began building his fan base in the area. Starting out at the Garage on Fry Street in Denton, Keith honed his stage presence and chops as a performer before taking the steps to put together a band that would go on to thrill crowds the area over. After some trial and error, Keith found a truly gifted group of musicians to help him promote his debut CD, Broken Bottles. Trace Bivens, Kirk Richardson, and Dwayne Berry provide the kind of foundation that only comes from countless hours of cohesion, and it shows both on and off stage.


March 23rd - Big River Trip

River Trip is a north Texas group playing original tunes, along with folk-rock hits from the 60's and 70's, and rock hits from the Eagles, Beatles, the Stones, CCR, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and more.  River Trip grew out of a desire to share the music that they grew up with, in a style that's easy going, laid back and mellow. 
 
Come take a River Trip with us. 

March 16th - Jack Nelson Band

Jack Nelson is a nationally touring Country Music artist based out of Huntsville, TX, with a bit of a rock influence but still stays true to his honky-tonk roots. Whether playing to a sold out crowd of thousands at the various festivals and events he and his band have played across the country or just a small group of friends, Jack Nelson always puts on a great performance. Jack and his band are energetic, fun, and always aiming to please. “It’s called a ‘show’ for a reason, and not a listen” says Nelson. And they put on a fantastic show that doesn’t detract from their great musical abilities. They are a band that knows how to keep the crowd engaged and moving.


March 9th - Steve Hamende Band

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


March 2nd - On Tap

A good old fashioned rock and roll band, turning it up to 11 for the past 15 years. 


February 23rd - Shotgun Josephine

Shotgun Josephine is the ongoing vision of Randal Clarke and Susie McGuire, melding the sounds of Traditional Country with the energy and attitude of Classic/Southern Rock. Every song, cover or original, is defined by two-part harmony and energetic guitar playing, which is their trademark. The harmonies are high and lonesome, yet folky and warm. Susie's lead vocals are a perfect combo of Classic Country female singing, with a Rock attitude and punch. The guitar playing blends the worlds of Country and Rock with a Bakersfield attitude and Rock tone.

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