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From Staples to Brand New Companies, These Beer Havens Are Must-Visits in Cowtown
Second Rodeo Brewing hosts three sets of live music every day.
As Fort Worth has grown, Cowtown has quickly upped the number of great breweries in the city. Whether you’re gathering with friends or going on a first date, these Fort Worth hangouts are great to relax and try new beers. A lot of them also offer their own food menu, host food trucks on-site, or keep a rotating selection of live music on tap.
Second Rodeo Brewing
Just opened in 2021, this new brewery and beer garden in the revitalized Mule Alley comes from Jason Boso (Truck Yard in Dallas). The new spot features 14,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for live music and brews.
Created by Brew Boss Dennis Wehrmann, the beer menu includes eight Second Rodeo brews including an oatmeal stout, Mex Tex lager, Big Buckle IPA, and more. They also serve other local breweries beers, cocktails, and wine. The food menu features wings, Truck Yard nachos, and Truck Yard’s Famous Philly Cheesesteak.