There comes a time when you've gotta move into a bigger place, whether it's because you've accumulated too much stuff, or because you've accumulated
too many kids too much other stuff. Expanding so they can better expand you, the new Uncle Billy's Brew & Que on Lake Travis.
The new Uncle Billy's is like the Barton Springs original on Brady Anderson-worthy cycling: a bi-level 1000-seater, Old Westernized with tin fixtures from an 1840s Giddings bank and reclaimed wood from small town central TX, and equipped with a private dining room, shuffleboard and pool tables, and a forthcoming quarter telescope pointed directly at Hippie Hollow, so you might not see stars, but are guaranteed a few waxing moons. Brewing's headed up by an original Live Oak kegmaster, with capacity increased sixfold (now 60 barrels), and newcomers in the form of the creamy Pop 20 Oatmeal Stout and the classic pre-Prohibition American lager Bottle Rocket, which you'll never catch, because it's f**king innocent. Other sips include Hop Zombie IPA, coriander & orange peel-spiced Agave Wit, Ax Handle Pale Ale (dry-hopped after fermentation), and the gold medal winning pils Hell in Keller; signature cocktails run from the Mexican martini "South Austin Shaker" to the "Back Porch Swing" w/ Deep Eddy STV and sweet/sour, served over ice in a mason jar, but not an Anthony Mason jar, because it's hard to shave "DOGG POUND" onto a piece of glass.
Since nothing washes down beer like meat, they're smoking up the same BBQ goodness as the previous location, with additions like a plate of house-made potato chips piled with cheese, chopped beef, 'penos, and pico called "Red Neck Road Kill", or, what you'll have to resort to in order to feed your growing collection of "stuff".