Saint Arnold Pub Crawl Pale Ale

Brewed by Saint Arnold Brewing Company

American Pale Ale4.7% ABV43 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

In 1995, we wanted to come up with a fun event. Pre-announced events at specific locations were not allowed by Texas law, but a pub crawl with hints as to where the stops would be was allowed. It was then that the Saint Arnold's Pub Crawl was born - part crawl - part scavenger hunt. Laws have changed, but tradition has become an almost monthly event in & around Houston.


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