How a Brewery from the 1890s Became the Heart of San Antonio

Best known for its River Walk and The Alamo, San Antonio hasn’t exactly been at the top of most people’s travel bucket lists. If you live out of state, chances are the only reason you visited was because a convention brought you there. But all of that is changing. The 300-year-old city (yes, it’s the same age as New Orleans) is evolving into a vibrant cultural destination celebrated for its culinary boldness, not just its historic missions.