Middleton Brewing

A Texas Hill Country Craft Brewpub

Middleton Brewing is the realization of a dream by Kim and Dennis Middleton. They moved to Driftwood from California a few years back and brought with them a wealth of worldly beer knowledge. They found a location at the junction of Ranch Road 12 and the famous Highway 32 (better known as the "Devils Backbone") and started a small brewpub with the goal of producing beers that you just can't get anywhere else. 

What began as a small brewpub producing half barrel batches of glorified home-brew in a "treehouse", became a 10-barrel brew system and a rather beautiful location in the Texas Hill Country. 

Our Brew Master, Dennis Middleton, has over 25 years of brewing experience and we think his beer is pretty damn good. His motocross background might have had a little bit to do with his creativeness in brewing beer. What started out as experiments are now some of our most popular beer styles with cult like followings. Beers such as our Pepperhead IPA and Texas Pecan Amber feature native Texas ingredients and give a unique twist to a common style. 

We focus on small batch, handcrafted ales that are true to style. Our main focus is Belgian ales but we also have an excellent array of American and British style ales as well. We have a small lineup of beers that we distribute locally as well as a large lineup of seasonal and in-house only beers that we serve at the pub. 

 

 

About Us:

Middleton Brewing was founded in the Summer of 2011 by Kim and Dennis Middleton. They moved here from sunny California with decades of brewing experience and a vision of creating a beautiful hill country brewpub where people could enjoy a wide array of quality ales while feeling at home. Thus, we bring you Middleton Brewing. The best damn dog friendly brewpub in Texas. Proost!

 

Hours:

Thursday         2-10 p.m.

Friday              2-10 p.m.

Saturday          12-10 p.m.

Sunday            12-7 p.m.


Need a map?

Google maps tends to take people to the wrong entrance on Oakwood Loop. If you are driving to the brewery and don't see it directly off of Ranch Road 12 at Oakwood Loop, you might be at the wrong entrance.