Savor the flavors of locally brewed beers in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County: Double Horn Brewing Co., Save the World Brewing, and Bear King Brewing Co

Hop on the Burnet County Beer Trail

Plan your own Octoberfest in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County with a stop at these three great local breweries, all in Marble Falls in south Burnet County. You can find a great place to stay in the area as well, so you have time to cleanse your palate between breweries while also enjoying the great shopping, hiking, fishing, and other activities in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County.

Double Horn Brewing Co.

208 Avenue H, Marble Falls


Open 4-8 p.m. Monday & Tuesday, noon-8 p.m. Wednesday & Sunday, noon-9 p.m. Thursday, Friday, & Saturday.

Along with its great variety of beers, Double Horn Brewing also serves a full restaurant menu of some pretty durn good grub. Try their bratwurst nachos or pork schnitzel on a BLT for something different. They also have a full selection of burgers, pizzas, tacos, and sandwiches, all of which go great with a mug of beer, brewed on site.

“We are small and intend to stay small with no plans to distribute,” say the brewmasters at Double Horn.

They promise handcrafted ales, refined-casual cuisine, and a true Texas spirit.

Save the World Brewing

1510 Resource Parkway, Marble Falls



Open 3-6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. Thursday-Friday, and noon-6 p.m. Saturday. Dine-in service and to-go. You can also order online.

Save the World gives all of its profits to charity, which is why they say: “Drink our Beer. Save the World.”

Charities they give to include Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, Food for the Hungry, and Feed My Starving Children.

While Save the World is not a restaurant, they do offer unique, locally produced snacks, including venison and pork, jalapeño and cheese summer sausage, and other meats from Hudson Meat in Marble Falls.

Bear King Brewing Co.

207 Avenue G, Marble Falls


Open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. daily.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Bear King has changed some of its ordering procedures. Customers must order online or by phone but can do so from their table.

“No more lines,” declares the owners.

All food and drink come straight to the table. They have also gone cashless: Pay online or over the phone.

Come on in, find an empty table, and enjoy some of the best beer and food in the area without having to worry about your health. Beer King is keeping the facility sanitized, and all staff are wearing masks and gloves.

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