Lubbock, Texas Brew Crawl

Written By McKenna Dowdle

March 17, 2022

From downtown views to the “Hub City’s” newest hidden gem, give these local breweries a taste when visiting Lubbock! With an up-an-coming craft brew scene and the No. 1 Brewpub in the Nation according to USA Today, We have compiled a list of Lubbock’s breweries with the tasties brews on tap.

Auld Brewing Company

515 Broadway | 806.395.3472 

This newcomer is filling glasses bottom up and impressing beer snobs with their tasty brews and community-minded approach. Check out the new location in downtown Lubbock and try a few of their flagship beers including the Steckling IPA, the Panhandle, a pale ale, or the Dust”less”Devil, a true German Hefewizen.  

Good Line Beer Co.

2611 Boston Ave. | 806.701.1971

Started by two long-time friends from Austin, Texas, Good Line Beer Co. is a new must-try brewery here in the 806. These two owners are craft beer enthusiasts and have created delicious brews that are well thought out and brewed with creativity. This brewery engages with the local arts scene and is a friendly place to enjoy your time and feel at home!

Mano Negra Brewing Co.

2610 Salem Ave. | 806.319.3073

Nestled in Cactus Alley, the owner of Mano Negra first started brewing in his home in Puerto Rico. After deciding to move to Lubbock, the brewery came to be when the owner noticed an opportunity to connect the Lubbock community with craft beers through the first nano brewery in Lubbock!

Two Docs Brewing Co.

502 Texas Ave. | 806.412.4888

Start out your weekend of stouts at Two Docs Brewing Co. This local brewery was started by a doctor and a veterinarian as a hobby. Now, their craft is a mainstay in the Cultural Arts District. We recommend the Buddy Hoppy IPA, Two Docs Bock and Chilton Gose. 

The Brewery LBK

1204 Broadway | 806.993.9378

Down the street from the Cultural Arts District sits The Brewery LBK inside the Pioneer Pocket Hotel. Named one of the Top 15 Brewpubs in US by USA Today, The Brewery LBK pours seasonal craft brews and regulars like a New England style IPA called Lieutenant Dan and a Belgian Tripel, Kerb Crawler. Pair one of these frosty beers with the Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich or stop by for weekend brunch! 

Triple J Chophouse and Brew Co

1807 Buddy Holly Ave. | 806.771.6555

Continue the crawl downtown by making your way to the Depot District. As a long standing hot spot for brews, Triple J serves an American Amber style Ale called the Raider Red and a Vienna Style Lager named Dos Czechies that are not to be missed!

The Plains Brew Co.

515 N FM 179 | 806.786.8583

This hyper-local microbrewery focuses on “plain good beer” and an authentic, friendly atmosphere. You can make your way to the brewery just 20 minutes from the heart of the city or stop by a local grocery and pick up a 6-pack. Create the ultimate West Texas scene by cracking open one of their Amber Beers out on the patio as you enjoy your evening.


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