Friday, October 25, 2013

Houston Talk - No Label Brewery

So let's say this one is more of a Houston (Area) Talk.  The No Label Brewery is not really in Houston, but it's in the suburbs of Houston in Katy.  Last weekend I went for the first time with my husband and mother and father-in-law.  It was a beautiful Fall day and a perfect time to hang out at the brewery.  You are allowed to bring fold out chairs, canopies, snacks, games, kids and even dogs.  There are some picnic tables if you get there early enough, and there is a wide open cement space to set up your own gear and tailgating games.  There is live music, football playing on a projection screen and local food trucks and vendors (which change from week to week). 

A couple of things to note.  The brewery is only open from noon - 3 pm on Saturdays and now a Happy Hour on Friday evenings.  There is a $5 admission, which includes a tasting glass and 4 drink tokens.  For $7 more you can buy a pint glass.   To be honest, I enjoy beer from time to time although it's usually not my drink of choice, but I did really like the Ridgeback Amber Ale.  That's saying a lot coming from me!  Just so you know.  I think more than the beer, personally, I enjoyed the atmosphere and how chill the place is.  It's a fun local hang out spot to gather with friends and family.  Now the husband on the other hand, really enjoys beer.  I mean doesn't that go without saying?  Here are some pics so you can see what this place is all about.

I'm already looking forward to our next visit!  I think we may even let Gus join us next time!  That will be a new adventure.  :) 


  1. nice post! like the pictures!

  2. I love touring breweries. I haven't been in years, You reminded me that I need to. Thank you.

  3. Such a fun outing. Havent gone on a brewery tour in a while

  4. Cool place to go next time I visit. My husband would love this too!
    Aesthetic Lounge

  5. This sounds so fun and there are so many good beers today that it is like drinking fine wine

    Ali of Dressing Ken

  6. Sounds like a blast! My hubs would love to visit this place!