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UER Forum > US: South > Future of the Lone Star Brewery (Viewed 1053 times)
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Future of the Lone Star Brewery
< on 8/18/2017 10:43 PM >
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I came across this article today. Looks like they've been trying to do something to redevelop this area for a while. It seems like these plans are pretty solid and they're going to be turning it into a mixed-use development. No word on when demolition is going to start though.

http://www.mysanan...ewery-11818641.php

I've walked by this place a few times, looks very cool. I'm new to town. I've checked the database on this, but if someone has more info or wants to meet up send me a PM.




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< Reply # 1 on 8/18/2017 11:35 PM >
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http://www.uer.ca/...ow.asp?locid=23869

This may seem sacrilegious coming from a native Texan but Lone Star beer is pretty damn awful at any level.

I tried drinking it when it was all the rage and trendy but Jesus Christ on a crutch, nasty beer.. ever smell that swill? Pop a top then take a whiff before you take a drink, it smells like San Antonio River water.

The hipsters can have it, all they want. If its still available anywhere I never see it at the beer stores anymore.



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< Reply # 2 on 8/19/2017 12:31 AM >
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Scoped it out, pick the best day for the least security, predawn it, wait for daylight.
Bring at least 2 good flashlights and water.

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< Reply # 3 on 8/21/2017 10:56 PM >
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This is one I regret not checking out despite visiting SA twice in the last year. I saw some beautiful places, but not very many of them were as pressing as this one as far as time remaining...




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I've been meaning to explore it for quite some time but never got around to it. Should I try to make it over there before any of this happens or am I plum out of luck?




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http://www.uer.ca/...ow.asp?locid=23869

This may seem sacrilegious coming from a native Texan but Lone Star beer is pretty damn awful at any level.

I tried drinking it when it was all the rage and trendy but Jesus Christ on a crutch, nasty beer.. ever smell that swill? Pop a top then take a whiff before you take a drink, it smells like San Antonio River water.

The hipsters can have it, all they want. If its still available anywhere I never see it at the beer stores anymore.


gets a like for saying Jesus Christ on a crutch!!!




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I've been meaning to explore it for quite some time but never got around to it. Should I try to make it over there before any of this happens or am I plum out of luck?


Keep us posted if you do check it out. I’d even be willing to make a trip of it if it was worth the effort...




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I have finally found time to go explore the brewery. I scouted it out yesterday and I'm headed there later today. It still looks extremely abandoned.




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I have finally found time to go explore the brewery. I scouted it out yesterday and I'm headed there later today. It still looks extremely abandoned.


Explored it a few weeks ago, the place was mainly riddled with scrappers and teenagers but it was an experience!




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Hmm. A friend of mine recently told me that the renovation efforts have pretty much come to a halt. Lone Star, and one other one I’d like to revisit, are two good reasons to head down there sooner rather than later (it’s only going to get hotter, after all!).




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It looks like they never even started. The only signs of any thing new is a few signs tucked away in a building near the edge. But those already have graffiti on them so I'm guessing they've been there a while as well.




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