The Man

Uncle Billy’s was named for Texas settler, William “Uncle Billy” Barton, who in the 1830s established a homestead on the land on the west bank of the Colorado River and the mouth of Spring Creek, the location that is now home to Barton Springs Pool. The name was chosen as a reflection of Barton’s independent spirit, and the laid-back vibe of Austin. We’ve come to think of Uncle Billy as the “Patron Saint of Chill.” He’s our spiritual guide. When we need new inspiration for a beer recipe or anything else, we just take a long draw on our brew and think to ourselves, “What would Uncle Billy do?” The answer is always, “kick back with another beer.”

What He’s Been Up To

December 14, 2018

Muddy Water Coffee Liquor

Uncle Billy's Muddy Water is made using Uncle Billys' Bourbon, locally roasted coffee beans, and vanilla beans to create a sophisticated small-batch craft coffee liqueur.
November 8, 2018

Meet our Twin Porters

Autumn in Austin isn't always cold, but when it is, it calls for a dark, roasty beer. We've got just the thing for you - not one, but two new American Porters made with cold brew coffee.
October 25, 2018

Brut Squad IPA

Have you tried a Brut IPA yet? It is a relatively new beer style that has caught the attention of brewers and beer lovers around the country this year. Our head brewer, Stephen Wagner, couldn't resist the opportunity to brew a batch. Grab a sample, on the house this Thursday, October 25.

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