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Zero One Ale House - San Angelo, TX

Zero One Door Sign

Zero One Ale House

20 W Beauregard Ave

San Angelo, Texas 76903

325 653-5123

Looking for something to do in San Angelo, TX? We recently visited and taste tested craft beers at one of the Breweries in San Angelo, TX. The brewery is named Zero One Ale House.

Brews we sampled

It has been my belief that I will always find one beer I like at any brewery. That was until we visited Zero One. My wife felt the same way. The brews were not bad, just not good.

I tried:

· Intermission Amber

· They’re After Me

· Fainting Goat

· Neuroplasticity

She tried:

· Look to the West

· Smokin Trees

· Rhinestone Blonde

· Solamente El Dorado

None of our samples made us want to order a pint. That is when we decided to go

to SoCo Taphouse and heard the incredible tale of Benjamin Beale. (Read this article.)


A small patio in front of the main entrance. Two areas for dining and a long bar for beer and cocktails.

Two strange events put a damper on our visit. First, they have a laminated menu listing beer pairings to their food entries. But they do not have all the beers listed on the menu. For my darker brews, they only had two of the six listed.

Second, we ordered our flight as soon as we sat down. The waiter returned with our water, and we then ordered the nachos. The nachos arrived about 5 minutes later, and a few minutes after that our flights finally arrived. We both thought it would have been better to have our beer flights before, and certainly with, the food.


We ordered the brisket nachos which were okay. Most of the sitting area was dedicated to diners, and it was full, so I assume the rest of the food is better than average.

Brisket nachos


No display was seen in the Ale House. The staff were all wearing branded shirts, but pretty generic.

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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