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At Last, Saint Arnold Reopens for Tours

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After a nearly two month delay caused by inspection holdups, Houston's biggest microbrewery is up and running for tours in its brand new locations. Saint Arnold's new facility at 2000 Lyons is bigger and better than the old warehouse location off Highway 290, which means it can accommodate even more people eager to take tours.

The tours kick off at 10 a.m. every Saturday (that means today!) and run through 2 p.m. It'll cost you $7 a person, which includes a souvenir Saint Arnold's pint glass with which you can enjoy your beer samples.

So head over to Saint Arnold's this afternoon and raise a pint to their reopening.

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