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A New Craft Beer Bar Will Open in Midtown Next Month

The Brass Tap brings a ton of draught brews to Mid Main

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The Brass Tap, a Florida-born bar dedicated to craft beer, will arrive in Midtown next month.

The new bar is set to arrive in early December at 922 Holman Street Suite A, inside the Mid Main development, according to a post to its Facebook page. It’s an expansion of a chain that opened its first location in Wesley Chapel, Florida in 2008, and has since expanded to 47 outposts in 16 states. There are several Texas locations in the DFW area, but the Mid Main address marks the Brass Tap’s first foray into Houston.

A menu posted to the Brass Tap’s website indicates that its beer experts have already curated plenty of Texas brews on draught for this location, including Brash Brewing’s Cali Green IPA, Eureka Heights’s Moo Caliente milk stout, and of course, Saint Arnold’s Christmas Ale, Raspberry AF, and Art Car IPA. Several cider options are also on the list, along with common brews like Shiner Bock and Alaskan amber ale.

Food menus haven’t been published as of yet, but Brass Tap locations in DFW serve a pretty wide range of options, including everything from avocado toast to nachos topped with Prime rib. Freshly-baked pretzels, sliders, tacos, chicken wings, and burgers round out the edible offerings.

Beer enthusiasts can hit the Brass Tap starting on Monday, December 3. Stay tuned for full hours of operation.