The Whole Foods Domain location opened last January with more than 45 taps at the indoor oyster bar and another seven at the outdoor bratwurst bar — making it the store with quite possibly the largest supply of craft beers on draft of all other Texas Whole Foods — and it’s been keeping shoppers satiated during their trips to the grocery store ever since.
To celebrate, the store is throwing a store-wide anniversary Beer Bash on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. The festivities will feature beers from 17 breweries, both local and national, and food pairings to go along with them. Plus, growler fills will be $2 off that day. Participating breweries include seven from Texas, such as Uncle Billy’s, Revolver, Circle, Ranger Creek and even the cidery Texas Keeper, and the rest from around the country, such as Odell, Sierra Nevada, Atwater, Firestone Walker and more.
Unrelated to the anniversary celebration — but well worth noting — is the Goose Island tap takeover tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. The indoor bar is tapping some pretty elusive Goose Island beers including Bourbon County Brand Barleywine, Bourbon County Brand Stout, the Muddy, Sofie, Ogden and more. Given that the stout is such a highly rated beer each year it’s released, it’s a tapping you won’t want to miss.