A new American-style brewery from two brothers, Nomadic Beerworks, is opening soon in South Austin. Located at 3804 Woodbury Drive, the former warehouse should start its new life as a brewery sometime this April or early May.
The brewery will focus on “variants of American styles of beer,” per co-owner Dan Tyranski, “anchored in delicious IPAs.” Taps will rotate between ten to twelve beers, and there are plans for a barrel aging program, as well.
In terms of food, Korean truck Kimchi Jon’s is already set up on the patio outside Nomadic, even though the brewery isn’t open yet. It’s known for kimchi pancakes, fried chicken, and bibimbap. Per Dan, there is already talk of food and beer pairings between the truck and the brewery.
The brewery is run by brothers Bryce and Daniel Tyranski. Bryce started brewing during college, and has spent time with Fort Point Brewing Company in San Francisco and Austin’s Hi Sign Brewing. The brothers are avid backpackers and wanted to use their travels as a source of inspiration for the beer.
The actual brewery is housed in a former warehouse that the brothers have renovated, with both indoor and outdoor seating. It will have an industrial vibe, a “west Texas sunset” color scheme, plus furniture that Dan is making from reclaimed materials.
Edited 4/10 - This article has been edited to reflect the brothers’ roles.