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Katy Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries; Plus More to Come

KATY MAGAZINE NEWS

January 24, 2024

By Natalie Cook Clark


Local breweries, distilleries, and wineries have become hangouts that Katy families love. While some favorites have come and gone, know what's here and what's to come.


No Label Brewery


Family and Friends Come Together

Katy breweries, distilleries, and wineries bring out the best in Katy family fun! From live music, events, games and more these popular hangouts bring people together. Always check their websites and Facebook pages for upcoming event and program details.




 

5351 1st Street

281-693-7545

Friday-Saturday: 12pm-11pm

Sunday- 12pm-8pm

Mon.-Thursday- 3pm-10pm


No Label


Award-Winning Brews, Live Music

Enjoy the award-winning brewery team at No Label Brewing Company also in Downtown Katy. There’s a play area for kids and always something fun going on from food trucks to live music.


Each Thursday at 7:00 p.m. participants can enjoy a game of Bingo. The Monday Run Club is popular as well. There is live music most Saturdays.


Check their Facebook page for events and details.

 

20120 Franz Road

281-578-2020

Friday- 5pm-12am

Saturday- 12pm-12am

Sunday- 12pm-10pm

Closed Monday-Wednesday

Thursday- 5pm-10pm


Toddy Oaks


Spend Time with Family, Friends Under a History Katy Tree

Toddy Oaks in Katy is a family-owned business that offers live entertainment, drinks, and a beautiful venue available for private events. They are home to the Grand Oak Bar and a Daiquiri Drive Thru complete with jello shots. All of this is under the gorgeous grand oak tree that inspired their name.





Toddy Oaks has family time on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Kids are welcome on evening up until 6:00 p.m.


They are the only brewery, winery, and distillery all in one location in Katy. Favorite events include Open Mic Nights, their runners club, and fun tribute bands. Visit their website for tickets and more information.


 

What's Gone and What's to Come


Several local hangouts have closed recently such as MKT Distillery, Battlehops Brewery, and ErmaRose Winery. However, there are some new businesses coming to Katy this year that Katyites will soon get to experience.


5345 E 3rd Street


The Katy Beer Garden will be The Dryer’s largest tenant when it opens next month. It will include 100 beer taps, a 100 bottle wine list, and a wide range of spirits and cocktails plus a small menu of bar food. While it won't be an actual brewery, we're counting it as more than a bar and made this list.


“The Katy Beer Garden inspiration came from Munich, Germany,” says The Dryer's developer Hadi (Andrew) Nurcahya. “However, it will be themed with Katy, TX décor and served with warm southern hospitality.”

 

The beer garden is in the final phases of construction and are even hiring. Follow the progress and get updates on their Facebook page and website. Learn more about what's coming to The Dryer in this Katy Magazine feature story.




 

22756 Westheimer Parkway


Voodoo Brewing Co. will open their second Texas location in Katy. The company is from Pennsylvania and is known for a wide range of craft beers and pub fare. They are growing their brand and pubs across the country.


"More than just beer. We always envisioned our brewery to be larger than the liquid. We wanted to combine beer with art, food, music and community, to create a space for everyone that couldn’t be easily replicated, and we thought Voodoo was a great word to capture that spirit," says Catriona Gomes with Voodoo Brewing Co.


Their Katy location will be located in the Villagio Center off of Westheimer Parkway and Peek Road. The brewpub is already planning to collaborate with local businesses to bring together community events. First up will be their beer run with Good Times Running Co. Learn more about the beer run and other upcoming plans on their Facebook page. They are opening soon.



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