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.
A good old fashioned rock and roll band, turning it up to 11 for the past 15 years.
With a solid mix of Country Gold and some fresh original music, the Huser Brother Band is quickly on the rise. The band’s lineup includes Josh Huser on lead vocals and guitar, his brother Zach Huser on drums and harmony vocals, and Dalton Hays on bass guitar.
Their first EP, “Find My Way”, released May of 2018 and was a big start for them with songs such as “Dancefloor” and “Highway.” In February of 2019 they released a new single called “Missing You” which made its way into the top 12 on the Texas Country Music Charts!
They've also been privileged to share the stage with some of the best acts in Texas Country, including Koe Wetzel, Parker McCollum, William Clark Green, Sam Riggs, Read Southall, Mike Ryan, Roger Creager, Jason Boland, Muscadine Bloodline, and Reckless Kelly, just to name a few.
With some new music right around the corner, the Huser Brother Band is definitely an act you want to keep on your radar!
Wisper Cox, born November 1998, first showed an interest and talent while singing along to Charley Pride, George Strait, Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, Tanya Tucker and other classic country singers while riding along in the pickup with Dad and Mom in Haltom City, TX.
Wisper enjoys singing classic country, new country, pop and show themes. Just recently, she has started singing Yodeling songs. With some coaching from the talented Janet McBride, yodeling came easy for her.
Currently Wisper has been performing at The Cross Timbers Opry in Stephenville, TX, The Texas All Star Review at Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, TX, Wild West Festival in Springtown, TX, Farr Best Theater in Mansfield, TX, The Wylie Opry in Wylie, TX, The Cowtown Opry in Fort Worth, TX, Azle Opry in Azle, TX, and was honored to sing our National Anthem at the Peach Festival 2011 in Weatherford, TX, and the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo in Denton, TX.
Born in Fort Worth, Austin grew up in Elgin, Texas. Growing up listening to his parents vinyl records and cassettes, he gravitated towards the music of Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Hank Williams Jr., George Strait, and The Mavericks. He learned to play guitar when he was 13. At the age of 16, he started singing and began playing at local venues and festivals. He continued pursuing music above all other things into college, and landed as direct support for regional and nationally acclaimed artists. He has released three singles from his Crazy EP and will release another studio project, as well as a live album, this year.
Austin has been featured on The Texas Bucket List, Ride TV, The Cowboy Channel and RFD TV.
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!
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.
Growing up in a small town seems to be one of the best references for an interesting life. You walk down the street everyone knows your name and blue collar work is what you're taught. The city calls your name and the bright lights of Friday night can be seen from miles away. Teens grow up on simple philosophies; go to college, get married and live the good ol’ American dream. The rumors spread by people are something of tall tales and fiction. So many of these things are present in the music written and performed by Philip Griffin Band.
The bands EP release in 2009, “Philip Griffin Band," was just the beginning of small town pride and life lived through a young man’s eyes. They peer into your soul and create this amazing spectacle in your mind. The EP was just the beginning of the songwriting and heart and soul of each line that has been sung across the state of Texas.
Now the Philip Griffin Band is poised to take the state by storm with the release of their second album, “Burning Bridges”. If you want your crowds to experience a band that has talent and knows how to have a good time, book the Philip Griffin 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.
Reed Barton is a 21 year old singer/songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas. His unique voice and guitar playing sounds straight out of a jukebox, and would sound right at home in a honky tonk on a Saturday night. Reed grew up listening to just about every type of music you can imagine. Country, rock n' roll, blues, gospel, a little bit of it all. Starting at age 10, he picked up a guitar and never looked back. Reed has opened up for an impressive array of artists, including Stoney LaRue, Kevin Fowler, Koe Wetzel, and Parker McCollum.
The thing that sets Reed apart from other artists is his personability. This not only goes for the fans, but just about anyone he meets. His devotion to his craft is second to none, and he is driven not only by the music itself but the desire to reach his true potential. Reed has appeared on programs such as Texas Homegrown Radio (Stephenville), Texas Red Hot Radio (Burleson), Y100 (Lufkin), and The Justin Reed Show (Murfeesboro, TN). He has also played in venues such as The White Elephant Saloon (Fort Worth), Banita Creek Hall (Nacogdoches), and the Bluebird Cafe (Nashville, TN).
Reed looks forward to releasing a follow up to his 2017 EP, Rough Cut, and to continue cutting his teeth in front of anyone who will listen. Check out his music on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, or Google play today!