To all Revolver fans,
After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend our Saturday tour event for the health and safety of our employees and to help reduce the risk of spreading COVID - 19 (Coronavirus). We love welcoming all of you into our production facility every Saturday, but it is out of an abundance of caution that we are closing the brewery to the general public.
We are monitoring the situation and will resume the tour event at a later date to be determined.
Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to having you back in Granbury.
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 smoking in the brewery.
- No outside alcohol.
- BRING YOUR ID.
Join us this Saturday in celebrating Texas Independence with the Josh Dutton band tearing up the stage, Yater Caters serving up the food, and plenty of specials on tap!
Jesse Jennings, originally from Dublin, Texas, is a singer, songwriter and musician based in Fort Worth. His debut album, A LONG WAY FROM HOME, released in August 2014 and features thirteen tracks written and produced by Jesse. His lyrics are true reflections of his personal experiences: love, loss, heartache, small town life, life on the road and more. Jesse’s music and stylization are influenced by artists he admires such as Waylon Jennings, Bob Seger, Garth Brooks, Dion Dimucci and Elvis Presley. When people ask what his music sounds like, Jesse can only respond with “nothing you have ever heard.” It’s country with a twist!
Jesse ‘cut his teeth’ in the music industry performing and touring with Sister Jill and Casey Donahew Band. He has had the pleasure of opening for acts such as Willie Nelson, Jason Aldean, Casey Donahew, Pat Green, The Josh Abbott Band and The Eli Young Band. His harmonic voice can be heard on albums including Casey Donahew, Aaron Copeland, Jamie Richards and more. In 2013, he was crowned the winner of the DFW Talent Search and was awarded a recording contract with Legend Records of Fort Worth, Texas from which came A LONG WAY FROM HOME.
Joshua Mather is a DFW-based singer and songwriter. With a sound in the same vein as Rob Thomas, Tom Petty or Keith Urban, Joshua stumbled upon his voice in his early teens, not unlike many startup musicians, in his garage. Writing songs at fourteen and performing live by seventeen, Joshua has since abandoned the garage for everything from rock clubs to coffee houses.
Joshua released his first full-length album entitled Neverland with the group Broka’s Bliss in 2008, and is set to release a self-titled EP this summer. The disc is comprised of 5 smart, well crafted, and melodic, but driven songs that Joshua feels represent him at his best. With his head up and moving forward, this performer’s sights are set on writing, recording, and reaching the widest audience possible.
Trey Yenger is a Texas musician who specializes in bringing the party to any venue, incorporating the best covers from almost every genre. "We like to keep ourselves open to all types of music. We can't be defined by any one 'Genre'."
Based out of Fort Worth, the Squeezebox Bandits have a fused sound of music. It's Texmex Zydeco, with a helping of Old Honky Tonk, and a dash of Texas Blues!
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.
The Mandarin is back in time for the Lunar New Year...so, naturally, we're having a party. Be at the brewery this Saturday for our favorite tour of the year, featuring 'lion dancing' by the Rising Phoenix Lion Dancing Association, commemorative glassware, a few specials on tap, and plenty of live music by the Bullet Creek band and special Asian inspired food from Gepetto's Pizza. Noon to 3pm. #Gongssheefaatseye!
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.