The wait is finally over for wine lovers who find themselves at Oak Highlands Brewery.
As of Wednesday, the neighborhood brewery announced a small selection of wine is now available for pours.
In a social media post, Oak Highlands Brewery explained why they hadn’t served wine previously. It was due to not having a winery permit, which is required by Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) to manufacture and serve wine to customers.
Now that they’ve obtained a winery permit, ciders and wine could both be new offerings alongside signature beers.
“We are excited about the possibilities this new permit provides and can’t wait to offer house made cider and wine. In the short term, we will be selecting and refining a small selection of wines that will be available by the glass,” the brewery shared in the Facebook post.