Drinks

Austrian Horner

4.3% ABV $6 a pint

Horner—from the Lower Austrian town called Horn—was popular in Austria the 1700s and 1800s, and especially in Vienna. Its earliest known mention is a 1687 ducal resolution regarding taxes on beer. The composer, Mozart, actually wrote a song about Horner as his favorite summer drink. This beer is made with 100% oat malt which makes it an outlier already, but the addition of cream of tartar lends a very subtle lemony tartness. The Horner is a truly fascinating slice of beer history. 15 IBUs

Barbados Stout

9% ABV $5 a 6oz pour

The Barbados Tropical stout is a style that is a true reflection of where it came from. Beer exported from England to the Caribbean isles usually included pale ales and robust porters. Those styles evolved to fit the climates where they were consumed and brewers in the West Indies eventually began making use of grain and sugar sources indigenous to the islands where the beer was made. Our take on the Tropical stout is made with Sorghum, molasses, and dark brown sugar. It is slightly sweet, and has a smooth roast character. Stouts by the pool? This is the beer for you! 32 IBUs

Blonde Ale

5.5 % ABV $6

A light, crisp, and refreshing ale, our blonde is brewed with American 2-row barley, Centennial and Cascade hops, and a clean fermenting ale yeast.

Broyhan

4.2% ABV 12 IBUs $6 a pint

Brewers have always been inventive, even back in the first days of commercial brewing. The Broyhan has its origins as the brainchild of an Austrian brewer who wanted to make his own style of beer. Low in alcohol and lightly hopped, this beer is definitely unique to its time and place. Made with 50% barley and 50% heritage wheat from Barton Springs Mill just up the road from our brewery, our Broyhan is light and refreshing. A true wheat beer, this style is very easy to drink on a summer day while sticking to the inventive trailblazing nature of its creator.

Happoshu

ABV 5.3% 15 IBUs $6 a pint

Happoshu is a Japanese word that literally translates to "Sparkling Alcoholic Beverage." It is not so much a beer style as it is a tax bracket. Happoshus are typically made with less that 67% malt. We took this idea and put our own unique spin on it. Our Happoshu is 51% pilsner malt and 49% Jasmine rice. This gives the beer an incredibly light and crisp body. To take this profile even farther, we fermented this beer with a Sake yeast to lend some subtle fruity aromatic notes. Please enjoy this take on an oddly specific Japanese beer designation.

Hazy IPA

6.6% ABV $6 a pint

Hops used: Simcoe, Amarillo, Citra, and Galaxy.

The Hazy or New England IPA (NEIPA) has its origins in a wonderful brewery in Vermont called The Alchemist. This style pushes hops far away from their typical use as a bittering ingredient and explores the lush juicy character they can bring to a beer when added late in the fermentation process. Our Hazy has nearly 3 lbs of hops per barrel, but only 8 ounces were added during the actual boil of the beer. The rest were added during knockout and during fermentation. Hops were added during the peak of active fermentation to allow the yeast to bio-transform some of the flavor compounds into something unique, and another healthy dose was added after fermentation was complete. Cloudy by design, this beer is a juice bomb! 30 IBUs

Wee Scottish

9.2% ABV $5 for a 6oz pour

Wee Scottish is a complex, strong beer originating in Scotland and characterized by substantial malt-influenced flavors. Wee Scottish remains one of Scotland’s definitive beers and the style has gained a worldwide following. This strong ale is traditionally served in small (“wee”) measures due to alcohol strength. Our Wee Scottish clocks in at 9.2% ABV and is a perfect sipper for the colder days ahead.

Sway Rose

William Chris $6

"Winemakers Chris Brundrett, of William Chris Vineyards, and Andrew Sides, of Lost Draw Cellars, have joined forces to advance the reputation of Texas as a wine superpower! The new brand 'Yes We Can' is a collaboration crafted with pride to showcase the quality fruit provided by Texas winegrowers. Sway Rose is a canned Rose wine meant to be enjoyed by wine lovers from all walks of life, who are bound by a perpetual thirst for something delicious, different, convenient, and something that can proudly be shared pretty much anywhere! Sway Rose is 100% Texas grown and 100% Texas made."

Scarpetta Frico Rosso

Red wine on tap $4

Sangiovese(90%) blend, dry, everyday tuscan red wine, great food wine, Tart cherry, cranberry, plum framed with a great dried savory herb note

Scarpetta Frico Bianco

White wine on tap $4

Fruliano(20%) and Chardonnay(80%) blend, crisp, lightweight Italian wine, On the palate, this blend is crisp and clean with a zesty, white grapefruit flavor

Blue Northern

Hard Seltzer $6

Agave Lime flavor

Mighty Swell

Hard Seltzer $6

Watermelon Mint and Peach flavors

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15435 Fitzhugh Road
Dripping Springs, TX 78620

info@fitzhughbrewing.com
512.648.0653

Hours of Operation

EASTER HOURS:
Thursday: 4-8pm
Friday: 2-8pm
Saturday: 11-8pm
Sunday: CLOSED

We are dog friendly, they are welcome on the patio and in the beer garden areas. Please pick up after your dogs and be respectful of the space. Thank you

Regular Hours:
Thur: 4-8 pm
Fri: 4-8 pm
Sat: 11-8 pm
Sun: 12-6 pm

Per TABC rules we are following all Covid guidelines. Guests are required to wear masks unless seated at their tables, all staff are temperature checked upon arrival and are required to wear masks. Tables and chairs are sanitized in between guests and are all socially distanced. Please let us know if you have any questions regarding this information.

**We are not taking or requiring reservations at this time**