There are a lot of ways to bring people together.
Sports, music, movies – but beer and pizza are definitely near the top of the list. And if those are expertly brewed craft beers, and artisan pizza that’s the best in town, well, as they say “if you build it they will come.”
And build it we did. We’re Fort Brewery & Pizza. Great beer, delicious pizza and an inviting place for the whole community to kick off their boots, hang with good friends and make pals with their taste buds.
Our master brewer has created some of the most original craft beers around these parts. The pizza is created from recipes handed down generation to generation. And as much as it’s a place that’s full of local flavor, we work with other nearby vendors to make the flavor truly local. To us, it’s all about the people, the passion and the friendship that make our city great.
So why is the community so important to us? Because we helped start it.
Our great, great, grandfather Carrol Peak came here with his wife Florence in 1854. Their children, Clara and Howard, were the first babies born in Fort Worth. Carrol spent his entire life helping Fort Worth grow; he was Fort Worth’s first doctor, opened its first drug store, founded the oldest surviving church, created the town’s first mail service and established the first public school.
With Fort Brewery & Pizza, we honor our legacy and continue their work in building a community we’re all proud of. And that alone deserves some great food and drink.
From our family to your family, you’re always welcome here.
The Fort that feels like home.
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If anyone puts the “serve” in service industry, it’s Mike Armstrong. For nearly 20 years, Mike has brought hustle and talent to food and beverage. Prior to this stop, he oversaw the management training program for Front Burner restaurants and was director of operations and ticketing manager at Billy Boy’s Texas. Both of those places led to meeting Jeremy Whitehead, Fort’s master brewer, and the head honcho himself, Will Churchill. The rest, they say, is brew pub history. And it’s here where Mike is focused on 100 percent guest satisfaction. Mike has a daughter in high school, one in junior high and a son in third grade, so a craft beer here and there will certainly come in handy.
Jeremy was born and raised in Austin and became a paramedic after high school. While helping people was certainly a calling, craft beer became his passion. It started with homebrewing his own concoctions and has turned into a great career of working and learning from the best in the business.
This includes stints at Real Ale, Twin Peaks in Irving, and then becoming the head brewer at Diamond Beer in Little Rock, Arkansas. But Texas pulled him back like a magnet and he’s excited to make Fort Brewery synonymous with great craft beers. One sip and you’ll be glad Jeremy traded a paramedic uniform for a brewers boots.