Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
May
25
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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Rich Creek Ramblers
May
26
4:00 PM16:00

Rich Creek Ramblers

Traditional country and western band, the Rich Creek Ramblers, will perform May 26, 2019 at Texas Keeper Cidery, featuring Terrell Cooksey on guitar and vocals, Ben Alt on vocals and bass, Leon Grizzard on fiddle and vocals, and Brandon Rosage on guitar and vocals

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Monthly Cider Pairing Class- Spring Veg!
May
26
6:00 PM18:00

Monthly Cider Pairing Class- Spring Veg!

Round Deux is a continuation of our new monthly cider pairing series, where we demonstrate to you that cider is the best thing to drink with food, full stop. This one's all about Cider & Spring Veg. 4 ciders, some of ours, some guest ones, matched with 4 different spring vegetables presented in a variety of ways. The menu is still to-be-decided, but come prepared to get your daily cider and veggies fix, all while having an awesome time.
Tickets HERE

**Tickets for this event are 21+, but kiddos are always welcome at the Taproom and we have plenty of non-alcoholic options to tide them over.

**The kitchen will also be open during this time if you're needing additional nourishment

**This event will be held inside the taproom, so please no dogs (service animals excepted)

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Violet Crown Affair at the taproom
May
29
3:00 PM15:00

Violet Crown Affair at the taproom

The Violet Crown Affair is a musical project made up of two outstanding Austin musicians; Cellist Tony Rogers and 7-String Guitarist Adam Carney.  This fun and energetic instrumental duo was formed to take a new approach to unexpected styles for the instrumentation, including Swing Jazz, Brazilian Choro, and Latin music, as well as classical music and other genres from around the world.  This is an exciting project, with upbeat and virtuosic pieces, as well as beautiful and engaging selections that sound amazing on Cello and 7-String Guitar.    

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Dave Scher at the taproom
Jun
8
3:00 PM15:00

Dave Scher at the taproom

Dave Scher grabbed onto an electric guitar at age 10, and has spent little of his waking time ever since without having one in his very capable hands. That is, unless, he happens to be playing mandolin, fiddle, bass, piano, organ or any number of other instruments, just to keep things interesting.  He’s been known to dabble in jazz, funk, or even a little country whenever he temporarily wanders from his beloved blues, but basically he does it all.  And then there’s his voice—powerful and sensual enough to convey every emotion on the spectrum, a natural extension and perfect complement to his work on the guitar. 

It is Dave’s honor and pleasure to play as a sideman for many well-known local acts, and his versatility and enormous talent enable him to really up the ante and make any band sound incredible.  But he mostly shines as a solo performer or when leading his own trio, belting out original material in addition to his own exciting, inventive arrangements of popular and classic covers of all genres.

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Barbara Nesbitt at the Taproom
Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Barbara Nesbitt at the Taproom


Barbara Nesbitt, Americana/Folk Singer-Songwriter out of Austin, TX, is gearing up to make her 5th album titled, Someday, Maybe Sooner. Her voice and songwriting have placed her in the top 5 Best Female Singer and in the top 3 Best Songwriter categories in the Austin Music Awards and her last release, Right As Rain, is in rotation on SiriusXM Radio. 



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Much 2 Much playing in the taproom
Jun
15
3:00 PM15:00

Much 2 Much playing in the taproom

Much 2 Much is an indie folk band from the one and only ATX. Emphasizing vocal intricacies like those of First Aid Kit and The Staves, their smooth sounds and playful chemistry are sure to enchant. Accompanied by guitar, ukulele, keys, double bass and percussion, their sound is just as captivating in an acoustic setting as from a stage. Unique harmonies dance on top of mellow instrumental grooves. At times it might seem like a game of musical chairs is being played on stage, as the band swaps instruments and throws a vocal loop into the mix.
Much 2 Much is excited to be releasing their debut full length album this summer (2018).

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Sydney Wright playing at the taproom
Jun
16
3:30 PM15:30

Sydney Wright playing at the taproom

Sydney Wright has been writing songs for over a decade. While her huge voice often gets her compared to pop darlings like Sara Bareilles, there’s a darker, moreexperimental edge to her work. Drawing heavily from hip-hop rhythms, with loops of piano, guitar, beatbox, and doo-wops, Wright creates a sonically complex, live-looping, one-woman show all her own.

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The Merles at the Taproom!
Jun
30
3:00 PM15:00

The Merles at the Taproom!

The Merles are a classic country band based out of Austin, TX featuring singer/songwriter Todd Deatherage. The band strives to create an old school, traditional sound with vintage guitars, pedal steel, upright bass, fiddle, tight vocal harmonies, and a small drum kit. 

Their debut record, Hate To Say Goodbye , was recorded and engineered by Britton Beisenhertz at Ramble Creek Studios in Austin, TX. The album was produced by Britton Beisenhertz and The Merles, and contains 14 original songs about heartache, love lost, honky-tonks, and well, drinking.

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Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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Batty Jr.
May
18
6:00 PM18:00

Batty Jr.

Batty Junior is a band that captures this world in photographs of song, spirit, and sometimes even a bit of comedy, dramady, or whatever else we can grasp. It’s Sadie! It’s Zeke! It’s Taylor! It’s Daniel! It’s… you!  

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The Holy Child playing at the taproom
May
18
3:00 PM15:00

The Holy Child playing at the taproom

The Holy Child is a Funk band of Austin Texas. They offer an excitingly funky show with groovy break downs, seductive Rhodes, intense guitar solos, and a front man that can take you to the moon. They are a family band, all very close, and the chemistry shows in their performance. Groove riots, Booty shakin’, Head bangin’, it’s a tribal thang. Funk a way you’ve never Funked before… “Expression, can’t live without it can’t work without this obsession” The Holy Child serves up a funky piece unlike any other. Expect the unexpected and let the funk heal your body. The Holy Child Gets You Elevated.

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Grafter Rosé Release!
May
18
3:00 PM15:00

Grafter Rosé Release!

It's our FIFTH vintage of Grafter Rosé, can you believe that? Come celebrate the official arrival of summer (down here in Texas the first day of summer is actually not June 21 as is commonly assumed, don't know if you know that) with an ice cold glass of this perfect marriage of heirloom apples and Texas-grown tempranillo grapes.

We've got Peruvian-inspired food bus Killa Wasi doing her delicious food thang out here, plus live music from The Holy Child and Batty jr. yesss!!!

No cover, all welcome, no outside food or drinks, dogs on leash puhleease, and just come get your summer on

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Hora Once
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

Hora Once

Hora Once is a project of collaborative efforts that began when local Austin harp-guitarist Adam Carney and accordionist Mike Maddux teamed up with vocalist Ana Maria Barajas of Colombia. Drawing from a vast pool of influences from North to South America, the group creates music with influences of Tango, Brazilian Choro, and Andean folk music. Being lifelong musicians, they also pull from musical experiences in the classical realm and into the Eastern hemisphere. With these influences, Hora Once (Eleventh Hour) composes original pieces with haunting melodies and moving rhythms with story-telling lyrics of heart felt poetry.

Hora Once performs regularly in Austin and central Texas at festivals, special events and private parties, wineries and restaurants.They can be heard performing adaptations of pieces by their favorite composers, including Astor Piazzolla, Violeta Parra and Pixinguinha. When performing for the Austin Tango scene at the late night Milongas, they will sometimes appear as a quintet with guest musicians and perform songs from the Golden Era of Tango for dancing enthusiasts and onlookers drinking wine.

Ana Maria Barajas is a multilingual classically trained vocalist, Adam Carney performs on his 7-string guitar and his custom made 14-string harp guitar, and Mike Maddux performs on his accordion and custom made bandoneon.

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Austin Cider Fest!!
May
11
2:00 PM14:00

Austin Cider Fest!!

Tickets HERE

This is the culmination of Austin Cider Fest, our inaugural, weeklong celebration of all things Austin + Cider.  

On this date, all FIVE (5) Austin Cideries will be converging on the grounds of Texas Keeper Cider - we've got Argus Cidery, Austin Eastciders, Fairweather Cider, Moontower Cider, and Texas Keeper.  Meet the producers, taste some of our fundamentals, taste some of our special releases, revel in the amazingly rich cider culture we lucky dogs get to have here in Central Texas.

**We're excited to have barbecue to suit everybody: old school barbecue from LeRoy & Lewis, and vegan barbecue from BBQ Revolution!  

Live music from Big Cedar Fever and Light Horse Harry!

Ticket includes a souvenir glass + a pour from each cider producer.

**Absolutely no outside food or drink

**Please keep dogs outside, on leash (we have chickens!)

**Please no unattended children

Tickets can be found HERE

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Much 2 Much playing in the taproom
May
10
6:00 PM18:00

Much 2 Much playing in the taproom

Much 2 Much is an indie folk band from the one and only ATX. Emphasizing vocal intricacies like those of First Aid Kit and The Staves, their smooth sounds and playful chemistry are sure to enchant. Accompanied by guitar, ukulele, keys, double bass and percussion, their sound is just as captivating in an acoustic setting as from a stage. Unique harmonies dance on top of mellow instrumental grooves. At times it might seem like a game of musical chairs is being played on stage, as the band swaps instruments and throws a vocal loop into the mix.
Much 2 Much is excited to be releasing their debut full length album this summer (2018).

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Cider Week at Easy Tiger Linc
May
7
4:00 PM16:00

Cider Week at Easy Tiger Linc

Easy Tiger Linc is thrilled to host the launch party for the first-ever Austin Cider Week! Join us in the LINC Beer Garden, & raise a glass to these five fantastic local cider brewers. They'll be tapping:
◆ Fairweather Smell the Van
◆ Austin Eastciders Blood Orange
◆ Argus Ciderkin
◆ Moontower Pomme Blush
◆ Texas Keeper Ciderweizen

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Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
May
5
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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The Merles at the Taproom!
May
5
3:00 PM15:00

The Merles at the Taproom!

The Merles are a classic country band based out of Austin, TX featuring singer/songwriter Todd Deatherage. The band strives to create an old school, traditional sound with vintage guitars, pedal steel, upright bass, fiddle, tight vocal harmonies, and a small drum kit. 

Their debut record, Hate To Say Goodbye , was recorded and engineered by Britton Beisenhertz at Ramble Creek Studios in Austin, TX. The album was produced by Britton Beisenhertz and The Merles, and contains 14 original songs about heartache, love lost, honky-tonks, and well, drinking.

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Kid Friendly Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
May
4
3:00 PM15:00

Kid Friendly Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
Apr
28
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
Apr
21
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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Hora Once
Apr
21
3:00 PM15:00

Hora Once

Hora Once is a project of collaborative efforts that began when local Austin harp-guitarist Adam Carney and accordionist Mike Maddux teamed up with vocalist Ana Maria Barajas of Colombia. Drawing from a vast pool of influences from North to South America, the group creates music with influences of Tango, Brazilian Choro, and Andean folk music. Being lifelong musicians, they also pull from musical experiences in the classical realm and into the Eastern hemisphere. With these influences, Hora Once (Eleventh Hour) composes original pieces with haunting melodies and moving rhythms with story-telling lyrics of heart felt poetry.

Hora Once performs regularly in Austin and central Texas at festivals, special events and private parties, wineries and restaurants.They can be heard performing adaptations of pieces by their favorite composers, including Astor Piazzolla, Violeta Parra and Pixinguinha. When performing for the Austin Tango scene at the late night Milongas, they will sometimes appear as a quintet with guest musicians and perform songs from the Golden Era of Tango for dancing enthusiasts and onlookers drinking wine.

Ana Maria Barajas is a multilingual classically trained vocalist, Adam Carney performs on his 7-string guitar and his custom made 14-string harp guitar, and Mike Maddux performs on his accordion and custom made bandoneon.

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Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey
Apr
20
3:00 PM15:00

Hive Tour with Two Hives Honey

Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the  hands -on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by a professional beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close with more than 100,000 bees.  Each tour is capped at 10 people, providing you an intimate experience of this fascinating species.

You will walk away with a better understanding of the importance of honey bees and why their survival is so important, and see firsthand why bees aren’t near as scary as many of us think! Watch honey bees at work creating honey, witness as new bees are ‘born’, and learn more about what you can do to help the health and survival of this vital species.  Tours include a taste of honey fresh from the hive.

RSVP here

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