Best Breweries San Antonio

Explore The Best Breweries In San Antonio, Texas

You’d be surprised at how many breweries are in San Antonio. It almost creates a balance between busy city living and traditional Texas living. You know, the one where people think cold ones are cracked open on the daily. From factories and brewpubs across the city, we may be giving into that stereotype. But if you explore these breweries yourself, you’ll see why.


Breweries in San Antonio

Pearl Brewery

A local favorite, the Pearl Brewery is a historic complex with dining, shopping, and more. The Pearl got its name from its signature brew. The foam from the drink is said to resemble sparkling pearls. While operations have been closed since 2001, the site is worth exploring.
Where: 303 Pearl Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78215


san antonio breweries

Image courtesy: Freetail Brewery

Freetail Brewery

This San Antonio brewpub offers food, tours, live music, and more. Freetail Brewing Co. embodies the spirit of the city with a mission of making you feel like a local. With different brews, canned or on tap, you’re bound to have a good time.

Where: 4035 N Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78257




Weathered Souls Brewing Company

This modern taproom features an open setting for everyone to gather and hang. Each brew comes from local grain. What’s cool is that the opening setting allows you to watch them brew!

Where: 606 Embassy Oaks #500, San Antonio, TX 78216



san antonio breweries

Image courtesy: Blue Star Brewery

Blue Star Brewery

The Blue Star Brewery is one of the breweries located off the Riverwalk. Its location couldn’t be any more fitting as an eclectic microbrewery. With an outdoor deck, food, and art – this would make for one fun Friday night.

Where: 1414 S Alamo St #105, San Antonio, TX 78210




Alamo Brewery

This beer garden is one of the best breweries in San Antonio. Paying tribute to the history of San Antonio, each beer is packaged and developed to embody the Texas spirit. The beer hall features taps and eats. If you want to explore, you can book a brewery tour of this beautiful site.

Where: 202 Lamar St, San Antonio, TX 78202



san antonio breweries

Image courtesy: Roadmap Brewey

Roadmap Brewing Company

This microbrewery is a San Antonio gem. It pays tributes to the residents as a place for craft beer. While they don’t serve up food, they have a resident food truck or you can bring your food. With games and a dog-friendly policy, it’s a place for the entire family.

Where: 723 N Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78215




san antonio breweries

Image courtesy: Southerleigh Fine Foods and Brewery

Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery

In 2015 Southerleigh brought back breweries with food to the Pearl. This location is at the Pearl’s brewhouse that was built in 1894. With 15 beers on tap and a menu that complements them, Southerleigh is a must-try.

Where: 136 E Grayson St #120, San Antonio, TX 78215




Lone Star Brewery

The Lone Star Brewery, which is now a historic landmark, was once iconic. Lone Star is recognized as the National Beer of Texas as the company was the first commercial brewing operation. The location is now the San Antonio Museum of Art.

Where:  200 West Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX


san antonio breweries

Image courtesy: Islla St Brewing Company

Islla Street Brewing Company

Islla Street is a microbrewery that serves up rich batch craft beer. With a focus on flavors from fruits and spice, Islla Street pays tribute to its founders’ Mexican heritage. If you’ve been wanting to expand your palete, this is where to go.

Where: 11911 Crosswinds Way, San Antonio, TX 78233



Ranger Creek Brewing and Distilling

Ranger Creek is a mix of brewing and distillery. With the option of beer or whiskey and tours on Saturdays, why not make a fun weekend out of exploring this place?

Where: 4834 Whirlwind Dr, San Antonio, TX 78217


No matter the occasion, and however you live, factories and brewpubs are located across the city. It’s no doubt though that these are some of the best breweries in San Antonio. With as many as there are, there is no excuse to not enjoy a local craft brew. 


Not a big fan of drinking? Check out what else there is to do on weekends here.

Mirella Gonzales