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The Dodging Duck Brewhaus & Restaurant - Boerne, TX

Dodging Duck Sign

The Dodging Duck Brewhaus & Restaurant

402 River Road

Boerne, TX 78006

Phone 830 248-3825

Looking for something to do in Boerne, TX? We recently visited and taste tested craft beers at one of the Breweries in Boerne, TX. The brewery is named The Dodging Duck Brewhaus.

As you may know I prefer the darker style, and my wife leans toward the hazy IPA.

Brews we sampled

Beer on Tap Menu

They had 5 beers on their menu. My wife asked for a sample of the Duck, Dip, Dodge, Dive and Duck IPA. I requested a Duck and the Giant Peach. (I was still on the search for peach lager.) Upon arrival, I tasted the Peach and offered my wife a taste. We both ended up drinking the Duck and the Giant Peach all night.

Dodging Duck also offered a large selection of wines.


The Dodging Duck offers a large patio dining experience, with a stage for local singers. We sat in the shaded patio on a 100-degree afternoon and were cooled by the numerous fans. This is designed as a restaurant more than other breweries which have a walk-up self-serve bar.

It is a dog friendly location in the patio area.

Glasses for patrons

In several areas inside, they displayed assorted glasses and mugs with hand written names of loyal patrons. I didn’t see any instructions on how to add my name to the list, but it is obvious that they have a good following.


The Dodging Duck is a restaurant that also brews beer. While we only had appetizers, the pretzel was accompanied by a hearty mustard sauce and the homemade potato chips were sinfully good. Most tables were eating dinner and then lunch the next day when I went back to shoot more video.


The staff had different Dodging Duck t-shirts but I don’t remember seeing a merch stand. And they were out of stickers.

About the Authors

When I first started dating my wife, we enjoyed popular domestic beers. I am sure visiting a craft brewery was her idea. Our taste buds rejoiced as we sampled the various brews. It did not take long before our tastes diverted – the darker ambers, reds, porters, and stouts for me, IPA, Hazy IPA, and pilsners for her.

When we retired, we decided to visit as many of our National Parks across this country. It seemed a natural fit to visit breweries in the many cities we travel through as we drive to the parks.

We currently reside in Fort Worth, Texas. Texas has about 300 micro-breweries, and the Metroplex has over 80. Which means we have a whole lot of day trips ahead of us to visit our local breweries.

Cathy and Frank at an Oktoberfest

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