aggiejy (2) | February 16, 2012
- AMBIANCE 5/5
- SERVICE 9/10
- SELECTION 10/15
- FOOD 10/10
- VALUE 10/10
- OVERALL 19/20
Wimberley Brewing Company is actually part of Brewster’s Pizza... same building, same owner, same thing.
Bruce, the owner, is a 2-time Superbowl champion with the 49ers. The bar areas has lots of memorabilia accordingly!
The beer is brewed on site and the locals seems to really like it. Most of it is pretty non-offensive and drinkable, which I suppose is good for some. It works for them to complement the pizza...
Speaking of Pizza!
Woah, the pizza here is fantastic! It’s worth a stop just for that.
Note that there’s also another brewery/taproom in the same parking lot (Middleton Brewing) so you can try out both at one stop.
Mora2000 (101) McKinney, Texas | November 15, 2011
- AMBIANCE 3/5
- SERVICE 6/10
- SELECTION 6/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE 7/10
- OVERALL 10/20
Went by here during a recent trip to the Hill Country. The place is actually known as Brewster’s Pizza and there were a lot of people eating pizza. I didn’t try the pizza, but the amount of people at the place leads me to believe it is probably at least decent. The beer on the other hand was not too great. There were only two beers on tap, both were served in gigantic margarita goblets and both were not good. There was a third house beer listed on tap called Chimay. I assumed it just meant it was one of the three Chimays, but someone else said it was a beer brewed at the location that was called Chimay. I didn’t discover this until after I left so I can’t confirm. One other issue was that the entire restaurant smelled like bleach. I guess it is from sanitizing something, but it really was overpowering and led almost everyone to sit on the patio. For good beer brewed in Wimberley, I suggest walking about 100 feet across the parking lot and hitting up Middleton Brewing.