About a mile off HWY 59, down a small country road, there’s a very unassuming stretch of land with a mobile home and what looks like a barn sitting amongst newly planted pecan trees.
If you weren’t looking for it, you’d pass right by The Goliad Brewing Company without thinking twice. But sometime in the near future, it may be a sought-after attraction that’s not so easy to miss.
John Wilkerson and Mark Nichols, two of the three men bringing the brew to South Texas, were looking over a huge cleared piece of land behind the beer factory when we caught up with them.
“This right here is the actual brew grounds,” Wilkerson said, admiring the land. “Eventually, we’re going to have a little pavilion in the middle area. As you can see, this is a great place to sit under a tree and have a beer.”
Nearby, a few…
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