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  1. This thread was originally created November 22, 2017. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). The information may be outdated or no longer relevant, but reupping provides an archive to what was posted. It also provides a place to post future updates about this property if and when it's redeveloped An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming. The downtown Houston warehouse for American Engine & Grinding at 100 N Jackson St is on the market. I don't know if this will become another warehouse or developed into something else. I saw the listing on Loopnet and decided to post it here Loopnet's new website design no longer includes a link to property records (at lease for non-subscribers). The new site design also no longer contains pictures of the listing after it's off the market, so I posted it here while it's still visible. From Loopnet (link 1 and link 2) (archive link 1 and archive link 2): - The warehouse was built in 1925. - Total Building: 8,075 SF - Total SF Land: 20,027 SF
  2. Anyone been to their tap room lately? https://www.nolabelbrew.com/
  3. I was looking a their website. Nice looking beers! https://walkingstickbrewing.com/
  4. Yellow Rose is now distributed in 6-pack cans. Great tasting beer served fresh! Apparently they had a supply chain issue pre-Covid so the canning line has been in the works for years. The bottles came from Germany I was told. https://www.lonepint.com/the-core-brews
  5. Anyone tried their new fruity sours? https://www.b52brewing.com/home/
  6. LS27

    Sawyer Yards

    Looks like Lovett is surprisingly remodeling, and not tearing down, an old warehouse near washington, on Sawyer/Edwards, right along the railroad tracks. http://www.lovettcommercial.com/Detail.aspx?idwebarea=36&webid=159 Im sure it's not news to many, but it now looks like the are actually doing some construction there. Anyone have any pictures or know any additional info such as possible tenants?
  7. This thread was originally created December 29, 2015. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). An archive link of the thread before its deletion is here. Mods, please don't move this to the Heights forum where all of my Washington Corridor posts were moved to. Mods, also don't sneak and move this thread and all the others for Washington Corridor, Oak Forest, Garden Oaks, and Independence Heights to the Heights forum once all the previous content is reposted as y'all have done in the last two weeks and continue to do. This is NOT in the Heights and it's not part of the Greater Heights area in any way. This is in the Washington Corridor area, an area that as suggested and advocated for previously needs its own forum because there is lots of development happening here, much spurred by the Sawyer Yards and Buffalo Heights developments. That in itself usually merits the creation for a new neighborhood forum. Until then, posts for those neighborhoods should remain in the forum for "Other Neighbohoods" has is done with other threads that don't have a dedicated neighborhood or area of town forum.Thanks. Swamplot is reporting that the old Drake nightclub at 1902 Washington Ave (was also The Gatsby and The Mark in recent years, was also Olive's Drug Store in late 1800's or early 1900's) is transforming into a retail space. One of the proposed tenants seem to include Tacodeli out of Austin. Also included in the center according the marketing brochure is a high end barbershop, brewpub and ramen restaurant. From Swamplot: Yet another fast-casual semi-gourmet taco chain from north of town appears to be spreading saucy tendrils into the 610 Loop — Austin-based Tacodeli, which announced intent to expand to Houston and Dallas last year, is now appearing in renderings and marketing plans of Lovett Commercial’s site at 1902 Washington Ave., across the street from upscale cocktail bar Julep and just west of cow-to-table butcher shop and steakhouse B&B Butchers. Tacodeli will be jostling against Torchy’s Tacos (also an Austin export), Fuzzy’s Taco’s (a Dallas chain currently working its way down through the north Houston ‘burbs to West Gray and Post Oak), and Velvet Taco (another Dallas chain) in the rush to claim territory in the local tacoscape, already thick with native Hous-Tex-Mex options. Tacodeli’s new spot is the former home of once-chandeliered nightclub The Drake, now the site of several elaborate grafitti murals. The Drake faced scrutiny in 2012 from Parroquia de San Esteban, a Catholic church located immediately west across White St., for allegedly generating the scandalous trash appearing on the church’s property, including beer bottles, condoms, dirty needles, and obscene fliers. http://swamplot.com/citywide-wave-of-taco-colonization-will-continue-with-occupation-of-former-drake-nightclub-in-sawyer-heights/2015-12-29/
  8. Anyone every been to this brewery in Pearland? They have a nice patio and great staff. https://www.bakfishbrewing.com/about-us/
  9. http://www.vallensons.com/ I went to this brewery in Pearland the other week. I liked the beers that I had! The tart cherry Berliner was outstanding! Look forward to going back soon.
  10. http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Redevelopment-of-Galveston-s-Falstaff-site-seen-6438534.php#photo-8450907 The former Falstaff brewery in Galveston has moved a step closer to redevelopment with a new owner and plans to convert the hulking industrial building and surrounding plot into a parking lot for cruise passengers and, later, condominiums and a boutique hotel. The new owner, a Friendswood attorney, has been aggressive in purchasing older properties for redevelopment, including the Mall of the Mainland in Texas City. Plans for the brewery building's renaissance could signal new life in an area of the island that was hard hit by Hurricane Ike in 2008. "In terms of large-scale renovation, this is the most aggressive project in the attempt to succeed in mixed-use development" on the island, said Jeff Sjostrom, president of the Galveston Economic Development Partnership. "It could be a shot in the arm for (the area north of) Broadway. There are many exciting developments in Galveston, but this is in the center of the corridor and could kick-start other projects."
  11. Anyone ever try True Anomaly's beers? Looks like they are now being distributed to HEB and Central Market. It's Memorial Day, I might buy a 4-pack. Their strawberry and rhubarb sour looks tasty! http://trueanomalybrewing.com/
  12. Ovinnik Brewing working toward late summer opening in Timbergrove area https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/impacts/2021/04/23/ovinnik-brewing-working-toward-late-summer-opening-in-timbergrove-area/
  13. Anyone ever had their hazys? Might stop by once I'm vaccinated. https://www.bailesonbrewing.com/
  14. This thread was originally created October 30, 2017. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link to this thread is here. The Southern Truck Pros warehouse (with the pick-up & vans sign out front) located in Independence Heights at 4818 N Shepherd is being repurposed. It's across the street from B & W Meat Company.
  15. I couldn't find a topic on this building but the old Magnolia Ballroom/Brewery Tap/Red Cat/a ton of other stuff has been going through renovations for months. It looks like the full building is being renovated. Does anybody have any ideas what is going in here?
  16. Porchman

    Beer

    Now that I have your attention... Mrs. Porchman is planning a whoop for her firm this summer. She wants to know what a "crowd-pleasing" beer would be. Price would be part of the issue. I stock Dos Equis for our parties, because I have found that it's the one beer that seems to please everybody, and I don't like stocking a bunch Bud, Coors, Leiny's, funky euro-beers, etc. that we're not going to drink. I know it's pricier, but it comes down to a management issue Your thoughts/recommendations? Mrs. P. thanks you!
  17. This thread was originally created August 12, 2018. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). The information may be outdated or no longer relevant, but reupping provides an archive to what was posted. It also provides a place to post future updates about this property if and when it's redeveloped An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming. 1504 Chapman St in Near Northside in Houston. This inear or in Hardy Yards area and the Fifth Ward area, near Saint Arnold Brewing Co. Photo from Google Maps, 2015
  18. Peanut Butter beers are my new favorite. Sadly, they're not very popular. Grocery stores seem to carry only one offering. The PB staple around town is Saloon Door Brewing's Tasty AF stout. Cheers. Had a great day. Got an exclusive peak inside a building
  19. This thread was originally created July 31, 2018. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). The information may be outdated or no longer relevant, but reupping provides an archive to what was posted. It also provides a place to post future updates about this property if and when it's redeveloped An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming. 1616 Bevis Street in Houston, in Shady Acres. This is part of the Greater Heights area in Houston.
  20. A sign has gone up in the vacant lot at the 3400-ish block of the eastbound Katy Freeway frontage road (between the Shell Station and the vape lounge), heralding that Russo's Brewing Co. (est. 2019) is coming soon. Can any of our talented Heights HAIF investigators dig up any scoop?
  21. This thread was originally created January 6 2016. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming soon. According to this tweet, the warehouse at 941 W 18th St has been leased by a new brewery opening in the Heights. The brewery is Eureka Heights Brew Co.: Any word on Eureka Heights Brew, a new Houston brewery @ 941 W 18th @beernerds @FromTheLeader @theheightslife A search on Google showed an entity named Jolly Jorts LLC at this address as does a search on Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's website.
  22. This thread was originally created September 10, 2017. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link to this thread is here. The warehouse and building at 936 Wakefield is now Great Heights Brewing Co. From Google Maps From The Leader last year, announcing the Garden Oaks location: A new brewery is tapping into the Garden Oaks neighborhood – Great Heights Brewing Company. The brewery announced on Facebook that they just signed a lease. “Great Heights Brewing Company is excited to announce that we signed a lease this afternoon, securing a home for our brewery and taproom at 938 Wakefield Dr. in Houston, TX. We’re working with Method Architecture to build a space worthy of our Garden Oaks/Oak Forest home, and we look forward to serving our beer in Greater Heights – and eventually Greater Houston – restaurants and bars.” http://theleadernews.com/new-brewery-tapping-into-leader-country/
  23. This thread was originally created February 24, 2016. I'm reposting this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. The original thread is archived here (screenshot). 3118 Harrisburg Boulevard in the Second Ward. This is the site of the R.B. Everett Building.
  24. Ingenious & Turning Point Beer's collaboration Fruit with Friends. It's a tart Berliner Blueberry Bramble. Such an amazing beer! Tastes like a tart fruit juice. Nobody else in Houston does this.
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