Scotty’s Brewhouse Opens First Texas Location

Scotty’s Brewhouse, the Indiana-based craft beer sport bar, known for its unique burgers, fried pickle chips and local craft beer, is opening their first Texas location Monday in Waco. Scotty’s is located at 4671 S. Jack Kultgen Expressway in the Central Texas Marketplace, in a completely renovated building that was formerly Twin Peaks.

"The renovation went really well,” says Chris Martin, president of Scotty’s Brewhouse.  “The people of Waco have been very positive and helpful throughout this process. We look forward now to making a positive impact on the community, as being an active part of our community is one of the core values and part of what we do at every Scotty’s location."

Scotty’s opens at 11am daily, serves lunch and dinner and seats 300 between its dining room and large outdoor patio. The restaurant has over 40 TV’s showing national and local sporting events as well as a full-service bar with 24 draft lines featuring local craft beers.

“We work very hard to find and carry the best local craft beers,” says Mark Sontag, Director of Food and Beverage at Scotty’s Brewhouse. “We are constantly rotating our taps to make sure frequent guests can always try something new and unique created by their local breweries while they watch the game.”

Scotty’s food menu includes innovative craft burgers, shareable appetizers and unique entrees. Guest favorites like dill chips, wings and the award winning Shewman Special Burger featuring peanut butter, bacon and jalapeños are mainstays on their large menu. Scotty’s also offers a lunch menu, gluten sensitive dishes and vegetarian options.

Scotty’s also offers a substantial Loyalty Rewards program via a smartphone app. Members get a free entrée on their birthday and anniversary, $5 off after 5 visits and other exclusive promotions throughout the year. The app also features mobile pay, carryout ordering and location information. The free app is available for iPhone and Android devices and can be downloaded by visiting

“We’re looking forward to bringing many positive experiences to Central Texas Marketplace, as a neighborhood restaurant, and through initiatives and local partnerships within the community,” continues Martin.

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