A MESSAGE FROM THE OWNER
Hey All! Thank you for visiting our website and experiencing more of what Double Horn Brewing Company is all about and how this little Marble Falls brewpub came into existence.
Tracy and I moved out of Austin and into the area in 2003 and have absolutely been in love with the Texas Hill Country ever since. Although my love of craft beer started well before this, I began home-brewing in 2005 and starting thinking of how fantastic it would be to have a brewpub in Marble Falls in 2007. Four years and many trials and tribulations later, Double Horn Brewing finally became a reality in 2011 making us the only brewery in Burnet County.
The name Double Horn has real meaning to me and symbolizes the pioneering Texas spirit found across this great state. In that spirit, Double Horn Brewing Company is committed to providing hand-crafted beer and refined wine along with a menu focused on using locally-sourced Texas ingredients.
Please introduce yourselves along the way to Tracy and I and the rest of the Double Horn staff, and your comments on our food, beer and service are always welcome. We look forward to having you as part of the Double Horn family.
Eric Casey, Head Brewer
Eric developed an interest in craft beer while attending The University of Texas and sipping EZ Wheat at the Bitter End. Shortly after meeting his now wife in 1997, Eric began homebrewing with a hand-me-down brewing kit given to him by a good friend. "My first batch was a coffee, molasses stout, and I still have the original brew log."
A former microbiologist, Eric furthered his appreciation for fine beers while traveling to Europe with his family and brewing commemorative beers for his IH truck club and special events in his life, like the births of his daughter and son. Most recently he refined his craft with the help of the talented folks at Real Ale Brewing Company in Blanco. "There aren't a nicer group of people anywhere!" Eric's roots in Texas craft beer run deep, and he hopes to share his passion for family, community, and locally crafted beer with you. Cheers!