Alamo Beer’s “Siege Week” kicks-off in San Antonio
San Antonio, TX – Alamo Beer Company will set out on it’s annual thirteen-day tour visiting local bars and restaurants throughout San Antonio. Inspired by the siege of the Alamo, the beer company’s tour dates coincide with the historic standoff that began February 23 and ended March 6.
The Siege Week tour is a way for fans to interact with the brewery team, visit some of the city’s top spots and take in Alamo’s locally crafted beers. Participants for this year’s tour include: The Friendly Spot, Little Woodrow’s, VFW Post 76, Alamo Street Eat Bar; Hills & Dales, The Brass Tap, Flying Saucer, Tucker’s Kozy Korner, The Block; Shuck Shack, Tycoon Flats, The Cove and Lüke on the Riverwalk.
Along with pint nights and beer specials, this year features a variety of activities including a beer dinner, crawfish boil, washer tournament and a First Friday blowout at The Friendly Spot. The tour concludes on the brewery’s one-year anniversary weekend. Located on 202 Lamar Street, Alamo Beer Company will host a Food Truck Showdown from noon till 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 5. Sunday, March 6 showcases a concert by Texas music artist, Two Tons of Steel. The group will perform from 5 p.m. till 8 p.m. The brewery opens at noon on both days.
About Alamo Beer Company
Alamo Beer Company introduced ALAMO Golden Ale in October 2003. Since then, it has continued to grow locally and has quickly expanded to West Texas, South Texas, Houston, Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth. In March of 2015, Alamo Beer Company, opened it’s brewery, beer hall and beer garden in San Antonio’s east downtown. Using traditional German brewing methods the brewery produces an ALAMO Pilsner, ALAMO Amber Lager, ALAMO German Pale Ale, ALAMO Golden Ale and seasonal varieties.
Company: Alamo Beer Company
Contact: Zac Harris