Lazy Tree Ranch to host Hops and Grapes Brewpub with beer, food and wine.
Liberty Hill, TX, USA — Hill Country has a new brewery and events center opening in the near future. Lazy Tree Ranch (http://www.lazytreeranch.com), located off CR 264/206 near the Best of the West Gun Range will be opening this summer for weekends and events. The 10.6 acre property has more than 100,000 square feet of beautiful lawn with hundred year old live oak trees. Hops and Grapes Brewpub will be offering its own brews as well as many craft beers and moderately priced wines for consumption on or off site.
The plan is to install a bark park, play area and disc golf course so families and even their pet can come out to the country for a day and enjoy great BBQ, beer and wine. There is an existing pavilion and plenty of seating under the canopy of trees.
“We’re looking into the future and seeing a great place for family events and the occasional country music act performing,” noted Carl Braun Managing Partner of Lazy Tree Ranch. “Hops and Grapes when finished will be a real asset to the area with excellent food and spirits.” He added.
Austin is the Live Music Capital of the US and Lazy Tree Plans on leveraging that reputation with live events.
The ranch is easily accessible from HWY 29 and only 1.4 miles off the main road along the Burnet County line.
The company just started a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign on http://www.wefunder.com/lazytreeranch and is seeking $500K in funding for the new buildings and equipment. Anyone can participate.
Lazy Tree Ranch
Wildlife artist Crystal Orlando will show her work at Bull Creek Brewing Company in Liberty Hill, TX on Saturday, June 11th from noon until 5:00. Joining her will be Bill Smith, legendary knife maker from Salado, TX.
Liberty Hill, TX, USA — Crystal is a nationally-acclaimed graphite artist from Temple, TX whose drawings have won numerous awards and garnered recognition for their lifelike detail. She has been called the Master of Emotion, and her drawings can be purchased at CrystalOrlando.com (http://www.crystalorlando.com). They are also found at the National Wildlife Art Museum book store in Jackson, WY, as well as galleries throughout the US. On Saturday, she will be demonstrating her technique and answering questions about her drawings and subjects. She also does commissioned work of wildlife and animals.
Bill Smith has been making knives for nearly 60 years and it is his Bowie Knife that can be viewed at the Alamo. Through a special relationship with the Alamo Museum, Bill will bring the Bowie Knife to the event on Saturday for display. He will also have a collection of his custom knives and will be discussing knife-making and forging, and will share the story of the Bowie Knife. Bill works with wounded warriors and teaches them how to make knives.
Both artists will have items for sale and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Come visit Bull Creek Brewing Company, 7100 FM 3405 in Liberty Hill, TX, from noon to 5 on Saturday, June 11, for this free event, and enjoy one of Texas’ finest beers while supporting a great cause!