When the famous Killen's Steakhouse opened their new restaurant in Pearland, Texas, they found themselves with a bar space like they've never had before. While the restaurant has always had amazing selections of wine, whiskey and beer, this is the first time they've had a space to show it off. They went all out in creating a very inviting space, with a long and wide Italian Marble bar, a beautiful glass wine tower, and rich dark wood paneling wrapping around the back of the bar.
In the Half Yankee Workshop spirit of helping out the home-brew and craft beer community we are asking for craft beer drinkers from Texas to take three minutes to help out a college senior.
"Hi! I’m a senior at the Honors College at Texas A&M University – Commerce and am currently working on my Honors Thesis. I have been fortunate enough to research a subject that is fun and relevant to my life: craft beer and its culture.
I am positive that I am not the only person who has ordered a beer because it had great looking tap handle. That's what interesting tap handles do, sell beer. Often times the creativity used in designing these beer pulls is a direct reflection of the creativity they put in their beer. So after lots of research and even more pints, these are my five favorite handles from Houston area Breweries.