The second brewery we visited in Fredericksburg was the Alstadt Brewery. It sits outside of town on highway 290, and it looks like a mansion. This place is huge. It has the brewery, bar, restaurant, and who knows what else all in one. Keltin and I didn’t try all of their brews on location. We
I couldn’t go to Texas Wine Country and not drink some Texas Wine. Keltin is not a big wine fan so I got to pick the tasting room and we decided to go to Becker Vineyards. They are actually located in Stonewall, Texas but have a store and tasting room in Fredericksburg. The store front
After the National Museum of the Pacific War we were starving, Main Street had gotten a lot busier that it had been at 9 am that morning and it was raining. That didn’t stop us from having a good time. After more deliberation on my part than I want to admit we headed over to
There are many places to stop and drink along Main Street in Fredericksburg, heck there is a one block wide but several block long stretch where you can drink as you walk along the street. Most of those places are wineries, it makes sense as we are in the heart of Texas Wine Country. But
The first thing I asked when fining out that the National Museum of the Pacific War was in Fredericksburg, Texas was why was it in Fredericksburg, Texas? Well Admiral Chester W. Nimitz is from there. This museum is massive as it covers all of the Pacific Theater during WWII and looks briefly at the history
During our recent trip to Fredericksburg we wanted to stay somewhere different. Keltin came across the Walnut Canyon Cabins. Wonderful and quiet. The property has seven cabins of varying sizes about 15 minutes from Fredericksburg. The roads to get there were lush with trees and wildflowers and in the evening – white tail deer. We
Keltin and I were starving after we reached Fredericksburg and after checking in we decided to stop in at a local burger joint that we had seen on the drive in. Alamo Springs Cafe isn’t exactly in the middle of nowhere but there are a couple of miles between in and the next nearest restaurant.
For Memorial Day weekend Keltin and I visited the Fredericksburg in the Texas hill country. Rolling hills covered with trees or with neatly plotted vineyards. The roads were lined with wild flowers. Bright spots of color against a bright green background. It was a beautiful and busy weekend. We aren’t the type to relax to