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Pinthouse Pizza Delivers Pies and Beer to Round Rock

For the brewpub’s third location

Pinthouse Pizza’s food and beer
Pinthouse Pizza’s food and beer
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Pinthouse Pizza is looking to the suburbs for its third location, and the brewpub settled on Round Rock. The expansion will look and feel the same as the others, a family-friend brewery and pizzeria focusing on brewing beers and slinging pies.

“We know there is a demand for a brewpub,” Nicolaas Van Biene, one of the co-owners and director of marketing, explained to Eater, “in this great and ever-growing area.” After fielding a lot of expansion requests, Round Rock seemed to make the most sense.

Pinthouse first opened on Burnet Road in 2012, followed by the South Lamar one three years later. Director of Brewing, Joe Mohrfeld, director of brewing, used to work at Odell Brewing Company in Colorado. Trevor Kelly oversees the beer production at Burnet and and Jacob Passey for South Lamar.

Pizza’s in the air up in Round Rock: PS 35, a pizzeria and bar with pie maker Clint Elmore, is opening on Tuesday, May 23..

There’s no word as to when the new Pinthouse will open as of yet, but it predicts sometime in 2018. While a fourth location isn’t in the works, it won’t rule anything out.

Pinthouse Pizza [Round Rock]

2800 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock, Texas 78681 Visit Website

Pinthouse Pizza [South Lamar]

4236 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704 (512) 502-5808 Visit Website