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For Texas craft brewers, there was much to like in 2017, with one big exception


Texas craft brewers will close the books on 2017 having made more beer, opened more breweries and garnered more national recognition for the state than ever. Looking ahead to 2018, Houston appears positioned to keep the party going. Commercial real estate ...


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By Ronnie Crocker December 22, 2017 Updated: December 26, 2017 1:52pm Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co., and Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> The report cited statistics showing Harris County with 27 breweries in planning, second only to California's Los Angeles County, which had 29. ? Photo: Photographer / Internal" class="landscape" /> From left are Kathryn and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner of Saint Arnold, Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co.? and Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island BrewingPhoto: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing and Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Photo: Ronnie Crocker" class="portrait" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing and Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co., and Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing and Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing and Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> From left are Kathryn and John Holler, Brock Wagner, Casey Motes and Mark Dell'OssoArea craft brewers produced more than 1.1 million barrels in 2016 and may have exceeded that this year. ? Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co., and Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Elizabeth Conley, Chronicle / © 2017 Houston Chronicle" class="landscape" /> "It's a great time to be in the craft beer community in Texas," says Saint Arnold Brewing Cofounder Brock Wagner.? Photo: KIN MAN HUI, Kmhui@express-news.net / San Antonio Express-News" class="landscape" /> Arnold Brewing Company on Friday, Dec8, 2017, in HoustonThey include Karhryn (from left) and John Holler of Holler Brewing, Brock Wagner, owner of Saint Arnold, Casey Motes of Eureka Heights Brew Co., and Mark Dell'Osso of Galveston Island Brewing ( Elizabeth Conley / Houston Chronicle )"> The report cited statistics showing Harris County with 27 breweries in planning, second only to California's Los Angeles County, which had 29. ?">

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