Before prohibition there were many local breweries throughout the US. These local breweries had their own styles and flavors of beer, creating variety. Prohibition destroyed that variety. After the 1933 repeal, we were left with only a few breweries in the US and, combined with the rationing of the Second World War, all commercially available beer was light, yellow, and flavorless. It was not until the late 1970’s until a flicker of hope returned and the craft brewing revolution started to bring back choice.
Bindlestick is an icon for that time when beer variety reigned across this beautiful country. A time when each town had a different beer that highlighted local ingredients. We wish to resurrect some of these fine brews from old as well as new creations celebrating the variety and flavor. We will highlight local ingredients that show how beautiful this great state of TEXAS is!!