26 Aug From Desert to Oasis: Craft Beer in Cypress Becomes Crawlable
From Desert to Oasis: Craft Beer in Cypress Becomes Crawlable
It wasn’t long ago that this Northwest suburb of Houston had nothing to offer for thirsty beer-drinkers, but that’s all changed.
With a couple of breweries featuring rotating food trucks, a few badass beer bars offering beer to go, two full-on restaurants, and one surprise, Cypress went from dry to a craft beer slip-n-slide.
Breweries in Cypress
Wicked Boxer Brewery
Family-owned brewery that’s more than dog-friendly. They offer true to style ales and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Twisted Acre Brewery
Tons of events and unique takes on classic styles make Twisted Acre a great stop for craft beer in Cypress. Hospitable owners and live music make Twisted Acre feel like a slice of life with a side of beer.
Rosehill Beer Garden
If a dive bar, a beer garden, and a food truck park had a baby and gave it craft beer, Rosehill beer garden would be the result. A good selection of local beer paired with a chill outdoor atmosphere and at least half a dozen food trucks at any time, make Rosehill Beer Garden one of our favorite spots for craft beer in Cypress.
World of Beer
A diverse list of global offerings, daily events, and decent pub grub make World of Beer another decent option for craft beer in Cypress.
This little mom and pop shop has become a destination for hazebros and traders. Live music and a cozy, family vibe make it the kind of place that turns guests into regulars.
Mo’s Irish Pub
More of a bar, less about craft beer, but they’ve still got a pretty substantial beer menu. Plus it’s right off of 290, so it’s easier to find than some of the others. They’ve also got a fair menu of pub grub.
A good crawl wouldn’t be any good if it didn’t end with food, and Creekwood Grill is a great stop to call it a night. Their handmade takes on American staples like burgers and BBQ pair well with a big outdoor playground and even bigger beer list.
The newest to serve craft beer in cypress, Lazy Dog offers some of their own beer alongside local and national favs. From Founders and Parish to 11 Below, Eureka Heights, and Brash, the beer list is as wide as it is good. The food is refreshingly creative too, but this ain’t no hot dog joint. Dogs are welcome on the patio.
Best of Both Worlds? How’s Two Outta Three?
Craft Beer Cellar Cypress
We waited a long time for this place, and it’s one of our favorite spots. The people and selection are cool, but the fact that they’re the only Craft Beer Cellar in the US that brews their own beer is a cherry on top. It’s good too, so two cherries? It’s a shocker that more people don’t know about this place, so maybe we keep it a secret and hoard their vast selection of beer to ourselves? They also have food trucks often, and Romero’s Las Brazas has some of the most tender Beef Fajitas you’ll ever taste just a stone’s throw away.
Searching for craft beer in Cypress used to leave Houstonians parched or making a long commute, but thanks to some homebrewers turned business-people, and some regular-ol-business-people, Cypress now has quite a bit to offer.
Here’s to more craft beer in Cypress, and beers to you, Houston!