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Austin Haunted House Adds a Full Bar With the ‘Torment Tavern’

Local brewery 4th Tap Brewing Cooperative is making a special pumpkin beer just for House of Torment

House of Torment’s Torment Tavern
House of Torment’s Torment Tavern
House of Torment [Official]
Erin Russell is associate editor of Eater Austin, a native Austinite, and a big fan of carbs.

Haunted house attraction House of Torment is launching its own bar, Torment Tavern. The bar includes a brew created from a partnership with 4th Tap Brewing Cooperative. House of Torment is located at 2632 Ridgepoint Drive and opens today, Friday, September 21.

The indoor/outdoor bar at House of Torment will serve, beer, wine, and cocktails (last year the options were only beer and wine). The new food menu is provided by sports bar and restaurant Haymaker and includes sausage wraps, chicken and pumpkin quesadillas, chips and queso, and candy apples. There’s also a VIP lounge for platinum badge holders.

The House of Torment Pumpkin Ale was created by 4th Tap especially for House of Torment. Erin Stecker, the co-founder and general manager of 4th Tap, began working as a makeup artist for House of Torment in 2017, which sparked the collaboration. The brewery’s head brewer roasted 240 pounds of pumpkin to put into the beer, which will also be available at retailers and restaurants in the city, as well as the 4th Tap’s taproom.

House of Torment runs from Friday, September 21 through Wednesday, November 10.