A True Neighborhood Gathering Spot

Come hang in our taproom, one of the most unique in Houston, where we serve up serious beer in a welcoming space.

Originally built in 1911 and then rebuilt after a fire in 1948, the building housed the RB Everett Company, which specialized in heavy construction equipment supply, until the early 2000s. Comfortably seating 80, our taproom boasts all original brickwork, window frames, and flooring, carefully blending our new industrial feel with the original attributes of the building.

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Hours

Saturday 12–12AM
Sunday 12–10PM
Monday 1–10PM
Tuesday 1–10PM
Wednesday 1–10PM
Thursday 1–10PM
Friday 12–12AM

Events

We have about 2000 square feet of indoor climate-controlled space available with two accessible gender-neutral restrooms in the taproom itself and two larger accessible restrooms just a short walk down the hall in the building lobby. We do not have a kitchen on-site, but you are welcome to provide catering for your event, or we can reach out to some of our preferred food vendors if you’d like us to. We have a projector and audio available in our taproom space for film or slideshows for an additional fee.

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Equal Parts Brewing

Thanks so much to everyone who came out a few weeks ago for Camp Loggerbier! Keep your eyes peeled for our next big announcement this week. ... See MoreSee Less

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Equal Parts Brewing

Thanks so much to everyone who came out a few weeks ago for Camp Loggerbier! Keep your eyes peeled for our next big announcement this week. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks so much to everyone who came out a few weeks ago for Camp Loggerbier! Keep your eyes peeled for our next big announcement this week.Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

Without warning it’s here. Like magic it appears. Will you taste this beer? Vision of Fire is our brand new hazy ipa chock-full of cascade, centennial, ekuanot, and just a touch of evil. Notes of grapefruit rind on the nose make way for a delicate citrus reminiscent of orange and pineapple. Don’t be afraid, come feed the flame.

Now available on draft and in 4 packs to go.
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Without warning it’s here. Like magic it appears. Will you taste this beer? Vision of Fire is our brand new hazy ipa chock-full of cascade, centennial, ekuanot, and just a touch of evil. Notes of grapefruit rind on the nose make way for a delicate citrus reminiscent of orange and pineapple. Don’t be afraid, come feed the flame. 

Now available on draft and in 4 packs to go.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Bring some to the Taste of Cypress festival tomorrow for your booth.

Those metal knuckles look well used… just saying.

Brass knuckles? Or BRASH knuckles?

That my reason for going to Houston

2 weeks ago
Equal Parts Brewing

Our One Off Wednesday offering this week is the 8/29/97 Double IPA with additions of lemon basil, lemon balm, and lemon zest. Adding a bright touch of citrus and subtle herbal notes to this west coast double. ... See MoreSee Less

Our One Off Wednesday offering this week is the 8/29/97 Double IPA with additions of lemon basil, lemon balm, and lemon zest. Adding a bright touch of citrus and subtle herbal notes to this west coast double.
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