Stubby's Texas Brewing Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 1 voucher per person; may purchase up to 10 additional as gifts.Limit 1 voucher per 2 people per visit.Entire value must be used in a single visit.Reservations required and subject to availability; call (682) 647-1267.Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance.24 Hour cancellation notice required or promotional value of voucher will be forfeited.Not valid for the purchase or consumption of alcohol.
How do you tell a true beer snob from a poser? By the quality of their homebrew. Clueless when it comes to cooking? Take an Intro to Brewing class, and learn the skills to start a microbrewery in your own garage. Water, malt, hops, yeast—these four basic ingredients are relatively straightforward. But the brewing process? That takes a little finesse. So, grab your soon-to-be brewmaster buddy and learn the ins and outs of mashing, lautering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, and filtering. Grab supplies on the way out, and get started at home…your drinking pals will go nuts for that inaugural pour!
Why You Should Go: Beer. You like to drink it with colleagues after work, sip on it during dinner, and, occasionally, indulge in one too many when celebrating with friends. But have you ever wondered how it's made or, gasp, want to know enough to make it yourself? That's where a learn to make beer class at Texas Brewing, Inc comes in. What You’ll Learn: You’ll go on a journey from the tap to the keg to the field as you learn about the brewing process, i.e. how to turn water, malt, hops, and yeast into that precious drink you love. You’ll walk out with knowledge of the processes of mashing, lautering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning and filtering... and plans formulating for your future brewing endeavors. What to Know: Owner Brenden Stubblefield, otherwise known as Stubby, is your beer professor at this family owned and operated brewing company. He’ll teach you the ins and outs of the brewing process while responding to your beer-related inquires in a relaxed, friendly setting... no apple for teacher required.
The only thing most people get out of microbiology is a nice snooze and a poor letter grade, but Brenden "Stubby" Stubblefield brewed up the idea for the Stubby's Texas Brewing, instead. Brilliant. Take part in the process of concocting cold beverages to cure what ales you with today's deal: Pay $10 to bottle up an introductory beer-brewing class (a $20 value). The savvy staff of this family-owned-and-operated Haltom City corporation will be bubbling excitedly to help you create a unique, perfected flavor of your own while barley dipping into your funds. Shop for supplies, watch instructional videos, and choose from a plethora of ingredients to formulate a personalized masterpiece -- for yourself or for dear ol' Dad this Father's Day -- and raise a glass to the well-meaning professor who made it all possible afterward.