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The Eater Austin Beer Heatmap, June '14

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| Photo: Nicolai McCrary/EATX

Austin is a serious beer town, and the ever-growing bar and restaurant scene reflects that obsession. Here's an updated look at places to soak up those boozy suds, from Radio Coffee & Beer's friendly neighborhood cafe to Hops & Grain's new tap room and Odd Duck's wide selection.

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Radio Coffee & Beer

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[Photo: Nicolai McCrary/EATX]

Bar 2211

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This new project from the crew behind The Blackheart focuses on canned beers and whiskey. They hope to build the city's widest selection of craft canned beers.

Hops & Grain

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[Photo: Hops & Grain/Facebook]

The Container Bar

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Porter Ale House

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Odd Duck

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Like Barley Swine, Odd Duck features a serious focus on beer. Dig into their impressive spread of domestic beers, and don't forget to buy a beer for the kitchen.

Blackbird and Henry

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This new English pub concept features a weekly Wednesday "curry and pint night" and serves a respectable spread of both local and international beers.

Growler Room

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[Photo: Steve H./Yelp]

Oasis Texas Brewing Company

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Session beers are on tap at this Hill Country brewery overlooking Lake Travis. The tap room’s open from Thursdays to Sundays.

Wright Bros. Brew & Brew

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Haymaker

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Darts. Pool. Sports on TV. And lots and lots of beer. The team behind Black Sheep Lodge brings you 40 taps (almost half from Texas), poutine, and "Midwestern" pub grub.

School House Pub

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From the Mi Madre's family comes School House, with drafts that lean heavily on local selections and American craft favorites. Food revolves around burgers, sausages, and snacks

The ABGB

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This new project from former Uncle Billy's brewers is a hit - grab a Day Trip pale ale and a pizza and soak in South Austin. There's also regular live music.

Radio Coffee & Beer

[Photo: Nicolai McCrary/EATX]

Bar 2211

This new project from the crew behind The Blackheart focuses on canned beers and whiskey. They hope to build the city's widest selection of craft canned beers.

Hops & Grain

[Photo: Hops & Grain/Facebook]

The Container Bar

[Photo: The Container Bar/Facebook]

Porter Ale House

[Photo: Porter Ale House/Facebook]

Odd Duck

Like Barley Swine, Odd Duck features a serious focus on beer. Dig into their impressive spread of domestic beers, and don't forget to buy a beer for the kitchen.

Blackbird and Henry

This new English pub concept features a weekly Wednesday "curry and pint night" and serves a respectable spread of both local and international beers.

Growler Room

[Photo: Steve H./Yelp]

Oasis Texas Brewing Company

Session beers are on tap at this Hill Country brewery overlooking Lake Travis. The tap room’s open from Thursdays to Sundays.

Wright Bros. Brew & Brew

[Photo: Jeff S./Yelp]

Haymaker

Darts. Pool. Sports on TV. And lots and lots of beer. The team behind Black Sheep Lodge brings you 40 taps (almost half from Texas), poutine, and "Midwestern" pub grub.

School House Pub

From the Mi Madre's family comes School House, with drafts that lean heavily on local selections and American craft favorites. Food revolves around burgers, sausages, and snacks

The ABGB

This new project from former Uncle Billy's brewers is a hit - grab a Day Trip pale ale and a pizza and soak in South Austin. There's also regular live music.

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