HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Houston's craft beer scene just keeps getting better. In the same week that Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company revealed its plans to open a massive new brewery in Sawyer Yards, Saint Arnold Brewing Company has finally shared details of its long-awaited beer garden.
Slated to open next summer, the new addition will be located next to Saint Arnold's brewery on Lyons Street. As seen in the renderings above, the space, which is designed by local architects Natalye Appel + Associates and landscape architects Office of James Burnett, will feature a view of the downtown Houston skyline and murals depicting local scenes.
"Since opening Saint Arnold Brewing Company in 1994, I have long had a dream of creating a beer garden that would be a destination for the community to gather - a place Houstonians are proud of and want to bring visitors to," said Saint Arnold founder Brock Wagner in a statement. "After 23 years, much brewing, getting laws changed, and moving to our downtown location, this dream is finally becoming a reality."
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