All The Beer Events San Antonians Should Be at This November


Oktoberfest is over. The San Antonio Beer Festival went by much too quick. But that doesn't mean the brews stop pouring in November! Here are some beer-related events where you can fill up your mug and throw back a few brews.

Wurstfest // Okay, so it's not quite San Antonio, but it might as well be. The annual festival held in New Braunfels is back to celebrate German culture with a lot more then just sausage and beer. This German-filled event begins from November 3 and lasts for 10 days. Times and prices vary, (guests who arrive before 7 p.m. on November 3 and after 3 p.m. on November 12 get in free), 120 Landa St., New Braunfels, (830) 625-9167,

2M Pop-Up // Friday got a lot tastier with the latest pop-up by 2M Smokehouse. As one of the two San Antonio barbecue shops named to Texas Monthly's Top 50 Barbecue Joints in Texas list, 2M has certain been keeping busy. They're posting up shop at GS1221 on Friday evenings starting at 5 p.m. through November 17 with a limited menu of brisket, ribs, pulled pork (if we're lucky) and either potato salad or coleslaw available market style or in sandwiches. 2M is only there until they sell out, so make sure to get there early and pair it with your favorite craft beer. 1221 Broadway, (210) 251-3184.

Hog Dinner at Krause’s // Krause’s Cafe & Biergarten will be joining forces with Republic Whiskey to host a four-course dinner. Chef “Boomer" Acuna will pair dishes with Republic cocktails. $60, 6:30pm, November 14, 148 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels, (830) 625-2807,

Weathered Souls // Weathered Souls is celebrating their first year anniversary with games, contests, music, food and rare beer tappings that will be released at various times during the event. $18-$35, free for 20 and under, 2pm-midnight, November 18, 606 Embassy Oaks, (210) 313-8796,

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