You won’t need a telescope to locate Houston’s newest brewery. Located at 1519 Fulton Street just north of Downtown, Houston, Bad Astronaut is a space-themed suds factory where visitors can find vibrant graffiti, table games, and stellar beers.
Having recently launched its brewery and taproom just north of downtown, Bad Astronaut is located in the 36,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by the Texas Screw Factory. Insides its rather spacious facilities, visitors can partake in numerous bar games including pool, corn hole, and more.
“Our 36,000 sq. ft. brewery & taproom is located just north of downtown Houston, TX,” the brewery writes on its website. “Our mission is simple; to create an atmosphere where friends can make memories, drink stellar beer, and have a hell of a good time.”
Visitors will also notice its vibrant array of artwork, wherein its walls are adorned with spectacular space-themed murals made by the likes of David e Maldonado aka @capdavjon and Nicky Davis.
Suds wise, Bad Astronaut features among others its core four brews: Cloud Punch German Pilsner, Phaser Fight India Pale Ale, Cruis’n Through Helles Lager, and Fake Landing Hazy IPA.
The brewery is also available to rent for parties, those interested can email the brewery for more information.
Bad Astronaut is now open at 1519 Fulton Street in Downtown. Closed from Monday to Wednesday, the brewery’s doors are open from 3 pm to 10 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, from 11 am to 10 pom on Saturdays, and from 11 am to 8 pm on Sundays.
For other breweries in the area, be sure to visit our list of our favorite breweries in Houston.