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Today, Katharine Shilcutt told EOW readers about the new beer bar from the guys at Anvil, which left many salivating for more info...and probably beer. Said commenter Dacano:

I think 2010 was just the beginning for the craft beer movement here in Houston and Texas as a whole with the emergence of Petrol Station, BRC, Queen Vic, Liberty Station and a few others along with Anvil. But not to leave out the stalwarts, Flying Saucer and the Gingerman. Houston has become a hotbed for craft beer and craft beer drinkers. The more establishments the merrier (except for my wallet) we'll all be.

Happy Hump Day, Dacano. See you at the bar?

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