Fort Brewery & Pizza

The Best Brewpub in Fort Worth Texas!

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Hops and Grains

And pints of perfection.

Grey Eagle

HEFEWEIZEN

A traditional German wheat beer. Very minimal hops character — we use just enough to balance out the maltiness. A hazy, low-alcohol beer featuring hints of clove, banana, vanilla and bubble gum. And the perfect refreshment to enjoy on a hot Texas day.

5.2% ABV / 10 IBU

$5

Border Shift

HOPPY LAGER

This beer is a style all its own, born out of a desire to have the clean flavors of a lager mixed with the bitterness and hoppy characters of an IPA. The blend of American and German hops gives this beer with a wide range of flavor and the lager yeast ensures a smooth and refreshing taste.

5.5% ABV / 55 IBU

$5

Ocho

INDIA PALE ALE

We took the older English version of the IPA and added some American attitude. We use eight different kinds of hops to pack a big punch of flavors and aromas, including citrus, tropical, floral, and earthy notes.

7.0% ABV / 60 IBU

$5

Clara

KÖLSCH

Named after the first child born in Fort Worth, this light and refreshing beer is the ideal choice for anyone new to craft beer. This German style ale has a mild hop character to it and finishes dry leaving you longing for another drink.

4.6% ABV / 20 IBU

$5

Moonrider

OATMEAL STOUT

Take a trip to the dark side of the moon with this full bodied, roasty, and malty beer complemented by oatmeal flavor. A generous addition of oats during the brew creates a smooth, velvety body and a little bit of sweetness.

6.0% ABV / 28 IBU

$5

1849

IRISH RED ALE

This traditional ale is great for those who want a refreshing beer with just the right amount of flavor. An easy drinking beer with subtle flavors from a more complex malt profile. The aromas and flavors of this beer are quite clean with some caramel, toffee, toast, and biscuit characters.

5.2% ABV / 18 IBU

$5

Zeppelin

MARZEN

The Marzen or Oktoberfest style of beer was first brewed in Germany at the end of the regular brewing season in March before it became too hot to ferment beer. With the invention of refrigeration and better brewing practices this beer became a staple for welcoming in Autumn and the harvest. The style is mostly known to be drank during the Oktoberfest celebration that started in Germany in 1810 and still celebrated every year. With a strong malty backbone of caramel, biscuit, toast, and a slight roast this beer pairs well with all occasions which is why we decided to take this seasonal beer and make it year-round.

6% ABV / 20 IBU

Try it with Pizza

$5