Lubbock, Texas Brewery Crawl

Written By Maggi Gallaspy

April 15, 2024

In 2024, Lubbock became a designated Brew City in the state of Texas! A craft beer destination, Lubbock is a place where the art of the brew is celebrated.

With seven craft breweries within city limits, Lubbock’s beer scene is on the rise. From classic ales to sips inspired by local flavors, visitors can customize a craft brew experience to their palate. Whether you are a craft beer fiend or beginning to dabble in the art, a visit to each brewery is a great way to experience Lubbock’s up-and-coming craft brew scene, as well as refine your taste.

Two Docs Brewing Co. | 502 Texas Ave.

This local brewery started as a hobby but has become so much more. Today, its brews are a staple in the Cultural District! An art in and of itself, no matter what you order, you can’t go wrong. We recommend you try the Buddy Hoppy IPA, Two Docs Bock, and Chilton Gose. 

The Brewery LBK | 1204 Broadway

Now it’s time to try the Top Brewpub in the U.S. named by USA Today! The Brewery LBK crafts seasonal brews as well as staples to try year-round such as the New England Style IPA, Lieutenant Dan, and a Belgian Tripel, Kerb Crawler. Located down the street from the Cultural District inside the Pioneer Pocket Hotel, stop in to see what’s brewing!

Frost Brewhouse | 3121 34th St. 

Frost Brewhouse is the newest must-try addition to 34th St. Be one of the first to check out this casual microbrewery serving a unique menu of beer brewed by science. This family-owned brewhouse is defining its brand by hand with custom bar pieces, brews and merchandise. Be sure to check out their website and social media accounts to see what Frost Brewhouse is bringing to the 806!

Triple J Chophouse and Brew Co. | 1807 Buddy Holly Ave.

Lubbock’s first craft brewery, Triple J’s serves a Golden Ale called the White Gold and an American Amber-style ale called the Raider Red that are legends in the Hub City brewing scene. While you’re there, enjoy live music and a good brew, and order the Choppy Bob Nachos to pair with your pint.

Mano Negra Brewing Co. | 2610 Salem Ave.

Located in Cactus Alley, Mano Negra is the first nano brewery in Lubbock. Inspired by the owner, Danille Badillo’s, Puerto Rican background, guests can enjoy a cozy atmosphere while sipping on beers ranging from Lupe’s Peak Golden Ale to an Australian Sparkling Ale. Mano Negra also features Sangrias and wine cocktails for those looking for something a little sweeter. 

Good Line Beer Co. | 2611 Boston Ave.

Featured as one of the Best New Breweries of 2022 by Hop Culture Magazine, Good Line is located in Tech Terrace. A hybrid production brewery and taproom focused on high-quality beers, enjoy a pint of the crowd’s favorite Catastrophe Girlfriend, which is a Berliner Weisse with Raspberry. 

The Plains Brew Co. | 515 North F M 179

A small hyper-local microbrewery located about 20 minutes from the heart of Lubbock, guests enjoy a friendly space at Plains Brew Co. While here, try the Imperial Cherry Stout. Open on Fridays from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., those looking to enjoy Plains Brew Co. beer can also pick up a six-pack at a local Lubbock grocery store! 

Whatever your preference is, from IPAs to blonde ales or porters, there are many places to try while visiting the Hub City. Let us know your favorite by using the hashtag #BrewCityLBK!


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