Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The shopping center at the southeast corner of Eubank and Montgomery ranks near the top of my least visited list. I don't clean enough ton need the services of the vacuum cleaner/ sewing machine repair shop, and I'm not old enough to eat at Long John Silver's yet. But I did swing by the area today after a tip from my friend Tony Calder. Seems there's a new brewery going in next to Lucky's Lounge, another place that doesn't draw me to that shopping center. In fact, after stopping in Lucky's to inquire whether they had any info on the new brewery, I think Lucky's should be renamed "Lucky if You Make it Out Alive". Bad Ass Brewery is the name of the new place, and you can read about it at Babbrewery.com. Though it seems to be a small operation, it looks like it has some potential- at least from the beer names. With beers like "Tar Baby", "European Whore", and "In the Bush", how could this place not be a success? I am waiting to hear back from the owner and will get you an update on when you can expect your first European Whore. In the meantime, get yourself some fried clam strips from Long John Silver's.

8 comments:

Stan Hieronymus said...

Wonder what the owners of Bad Ass Coffee will think of this. After all, they brew too.

ABQbeergeek said...

I was thinking about that too! Will there be a collaboration coffee stout in the future???

Andrew said...

it's a bold name. will he change the name if his beer taste like piss?

matt said...

ho, this is matt the owner of the soon to open bad ass brewery (if the ttb, state and city can make up their minds) just want to let you know if you want to check out the parallel one barrel system i will be using in the near future just get hold of me at mattcannotrun@hotmail.com
just to give you a heads up, my design in this brewery is to give the home brewer a chance to start their own brewery with small overhead. the 7/11 of breweries. to make many beers and change taps quickly and keep old standbys around. monthly home brewers contest, winner cooks a one barrel batch, puts it on tap and takes a corni home. cool. thanks everybody.

matt said...

yea, i do have a nuttycafe porter

matt said...

Thanks for Kevin Davis at "Grape and Grains" for letting me know about this posting.

TGSWEBDESIGN said...

Matt,
Thanks for the Raspberry Ale recipe just had the first one yesterday and this will be a great holiday treat for the ladies in the group. My wife loves it and cheers to you. Thanks for your help on this one much appreciated.

Thomas
TGS Web Design
http://www.thomasgarciastudio.com

Mark said...

Dude, Matt, is it going to be in the crook of the "L" under the big "Available" sign?