Abilene Brewing Company / Cypress Street Station

Abilene Brewing Company / Cypress Street Station

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158 Cypress Street
Abilene, TX, 79601
United States


Year Established: 2009


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The Compton Building was constructed in 1919. The original use was as a drugstore downstairs with offices upstairs. Later, there was a cleaners downstairs and even briefly, a pool hall. By 1992 the building had been empty for decades. Brian Green, with the help of friends, was able to then design & create "Abilene's Landmark Restaurant" opening in December 1993. Our staff and restaurant has received 14 Reader's Choice Awards, was featured in magazines such as, The New York Times, Southern Living, & on television programs such as, CNN, and ABC Nightly News. In October 2009, Abilene's first brewpub Abilene Brewing Co. was opened- at Cypress Street Station Featuring three, 5 barrel tanks, and serving a variety of unique brews, Abilene's first Micro-Brewery was born. Now entering an EXCITING NEW ERA, as of January 2017, Abilene welcomes, Terry & Amanda O'Connor the proud new owners of Cypress Street Station Restaurant & Pub. Dedicated to Providing a NEW, Exciting, Downtown Dining Experience, while Preserving the Historical Beauty of this Amazing Building, and the memories made here over the years! So Please Join us at Cypress Street Station, as we continue to make History, with Fantastic Food, Super Star Service, & The Best Brews Around!

ID: 12214 Last updated 5 days ago Added to database 5 years ago

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Most Drunk: None
Highest Rated: Abilene Brewing Bock [3.200]
Most Reviewed: Abilene Brewing Pilsner [1]


Beer | Style | ABV Score
Abilene Brewing Bock
Bock| -
3.200 (1)
Abilene Brewing Honey Nut Brown Ale
Brown Ale| -
3.125 (1)
Abilene Brewing Pilsner
Bohemian / Czech Pilsener| 4.5 %
3.125 (1)

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