The wait for wine lovers at Oak Highlands Brewery is finally over.
As of Wednesday, the neighborhood brewery announced it could now start pouring small amounts of wine.
In a social media post, Oak Highlands Brewery explained why it had never offered wine before. This was because the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) did not have the winery’s permit required to produce and serve wine to customers.
Now that they have a winery license, both cider and wine could be new products alongside specialty beers.
“We are excited about the possibilities this new permit will bring and look forward to serving our homemade ciders and wines. ‘” the brewery shared in a Facebook post.