Rahr and Sons Brewing Company

  • 701 Galveston Avenue
  • Fort Worth, TX 76104-3355
  • (817) 810-9266
  • Region: Near Southside
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Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. of Fort Worth, Texas is the perfect venue for any party featuring an over-21 crowd. Celebrations at Rahr have included birthdays, reunions, wedding receptions, company awards and more. The brewery charges a rental fee of $15 per person for private parties which includes brewery rental for 3 hours, staffing, and a Rahr & Sons commemorative pint glass for each guest to use & take home. The minimum rental charge is $600 per event (applied to the first 40 guests) and a $300 non-refundable deposit is needed to hold/book party date. All brewery rentals require a $50 cleaning fee. There is also a 8.25% state sales tax added to all party rental costs.

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  • Blocks from Convention Center: 10
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  • Miles from Convention Center: 1
  • Miles from Downtown: 1
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    Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. of Fort Worth, Texas is the perfect venue for any party featuring an over-21 crowd.

    Celebrations at Rarhr have included birthdays, reunions, wedding receptions, company awards and sports banquets, holiday gatherings, art showings, CD release parties, and music showcases.

    The brewery charges a rental fee of $15 per person for private parties. This fee includes brewery rental for three hours, staffing, and a Rahr & Sons commemorative pint glass for each guest to use and take home. The minimum rental charge is $600 per event (applied to the first 40 guests) and a $300 non-refundable deposit is needed to hold/book party date. All brewery rentals require a $50 cleaning fee. There is also a 8.25% state sales tax added to all party rental costs.

  • Number of Rooms 2
  • Total Sq. Ft. 20000
  • Square Footage: Largest Meeting Room 10000

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2016 German Oktoberfest Fort Worth at Rahr & Sons Brewing Guess what time it is? "O'zapft is!"The cry of happy ale drinkers at the start of the Munich Oktoberfest, which in... More