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"Blue Lizard Effect" is a new documentary series about Aruba, starring Jason Silva, and will be airing on the Travel Channel on Saturday, April 20th.

  Jason wants to understand why this remote Caribbean island is so happy and what the abstract concept of "happiness" truly entails. To do this, he travels around the island to gain a deeper understanding of what really makes Arubans so happy and how these factors influence how they interact with each other and with nature.

While exploring the island and interacting with locals, Jason learns what happiness means to them and how each individual applies their knowledge and life lessons to live a fulfilling and happy life.  As he does this he himself begins to undergo a profound personal transformation.

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Jason wants to delve into the present and understand what it means to live on an island like Aruba for its inhabitants. What does it mean to be an islander, what is it like to live surrounded by water, and how has this influenced their culture, life, and creation? In this episode, he meets three inspiring characters connected to this element.

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Jason achieved fame and recognition but also began to experience panic, stress, and anxiety because of it. He quickly realized that happiness does not come from fame and fortune. So, in this episode, he tries to understand the very abstract concept of happiness. Jason starts to delve into the past to understand the historical and mystical origins of the island.

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Aruba is shaped by the force of the winds and waves that carve its coastlines. The salty air is infused into the DNA of the island and its people. Jason seeks to understand the importance of the element of air in the idiosyncrasy of the island and in constructing its concept of happiness.

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The power of fire is transformation, purification, movement, and future. Aruba, from its most primitive origins, has always been an island in constant metamorphosis. In this final chapter, Jason unveils what the Blue Lizard Effect is and how it is experienced in Aruba.

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This North Carolina Small Town Duo Offers Beautiful Hiking Trails, Cool Craft Shops, and Charming B&Bs

The side-by-side North Carolina mountain towns of Sylva and Dillsboro are hubs for nature lovers and foodies.

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Things that may come to mind when you think of North Carolina: the remote Outer Banks , legendary Pinehurst golfing, and the world-famous Biltmore Estate. Those may be big draws, but any North Carolinian will tell you the soul of the state is best found in its small towns . And the Blue Ridge Mountain towns of Sylva and Dillsboro capture that special North Carolina magic. The side-by-side destinations (six minutes away by car) are hubs for nature lovers in need of fresh mountain air and a big serving of Appalachian charm. Here's how to plan the perfect getaway to both.

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Once upon a time in the 1800s, visitors arrived via steam engines or wagons rumbling over red-clay roads. Now, road trippers drive to the region to enjoy the great outdoors, Blue Ridge Mountains-style. Whether you want rigorous adventure or the simple pleasures of country life, this neck of the woods has options for both.

The waterfall-laced Pinnacle Park features hiking trails ranging from fraction-of-a-mile nature walks to steep out-and-back treks to the namesake summit, a rocky ridge looming 2500 feet above the valley below.

Meanwhile, the county's Wolf Creek Lake is a popular spot for kayaking (keep an eye out for otters, deer, and even bears on the banks and bald eagles overhead) and fly-fishing for bass and bream; Sylva is a major player on the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail .

During rafting season (spring to early fall), outfitters stand by offering tubing and family-friendly whitewater-rafting trips down the Tuckasegee River ("the Tuck," to locals) — another fly-fishing hot spot and one of the best trout rivers in the Southeast.

Within a half-hour drive of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the two towns make a great home base for those wanting to explore the country's most-visited national park . The Blue Ridge Parkway, Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort , Museum of the Cherokee Indian , Great Smoky Mountains Railroad (vintage steam train rides through the countryside and along the river), and a good many waterfall hikes are all less than 30 minutes by car.

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While the mountains may be the big draw, there's much fun to be had wandering the historic streets and exploring local mom-and-pop shops, too. Start by getting the lay of the land in Sylva: Walk up the 100 steps to the 1913 Jackson County Courthouse (now a public library) for a bird's-eye view of Main Street and the encircling mountain scenery.

Back on street level, grab coffee at The Farmhouse Mercantile , a home goods boutique and coffee shop set in an old general store, or something more substantial (good morning, 'gram-worthy breakfast sammies) at White Moon , a coffee shop by day, Dark Moon cocktail bar by night. From here, antique and craft shoppers and bookstore browsers have their work cut out for them; City Lights Bookstore is one of a handful of booksellers in town.

Over in Dillsboro, vintage hunters with an eye for treasure can find everything from old-fashioned bottles and blue speckled enamelware to hand-sewn quilts and gramophones at Front Porch General Store . A few doors down is Dogwood Crafters , an ivy-covered cottage selling work from dozens of regional artisans. Qualla Arts and Crafts in neighboring Cherokee is the country's oldest Native American cooperative and a mecca for baskets, wood carvings, pottery, and other Cherokee-made works of art.

Mosey a few miles down U.S. 23 to Rockhound Ridge Gem Mine , where you can sift for moonstones, opals, and geodes — a slam dunk for kids.

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After you've built up an appetite from antiquing in town and exploring the outdoors, get a burger and an order of fried deviled eggs at Foragers Canteen , or a tray piled high with brisket and all manner of barbecue fixings (collards, mac 'n' cheese, campfire potatoes) at Haywood Smokehouse .

Main Street highlights include Ilda , a cozy husband-and-wife-run Italian wine bar; Guadalupe Cafe , an eclectic Caribbean-inspired spot set in a century-old drugstore; and vegan-friendly Lulu's on Main , a longtime local favorite for sandwiches and pastas.

Craft breweries are big in western North Carolina. Innovation Brewing runs taprooms in both towns: Sylva's is a creekside watering hole right off of Main Street, Dillsboro's occupies a former train depot. Live music, Southern bar fare, and craft beer brewed with pure Great Smoky Mountains water are found at the Sylva branch of Bryson City-based Nantahala Brewing Company . Lighthearted names like Fergus the Rat Chocolate Milk Stout and Eww That Smell (a sour gose) belie the seriously good drafts over at Balsam Falls Brewing Co. , whose impressive beer list encompasses hard seltzers and meads.

Where to Stay

What would a trip to the mountains be without a stay in a cabin, campground, or country inn? Check Vrbo or Airbnb for cabin or cottage rentals; one, Highfield Cabins, offers bucolic pasture and Smokies views, plus soothing sounds of a nearby stream. Campers and RVers are likely to luck into a creekside site at Moonshine Creek, a rustic campground with cabin options. Or, if you want to stay right in town, there's Dillsboro's Whistle Stop Inn , a character-packed bed-and-breakfast set in a late 1880s farmhouse.

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Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has missed out on a spot in the England squad but a number of other players will be in action at Euro 2024.

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Silves: The Ultimate Guide to Silves [2024]

Silves is the historic capital of the Algarve and retains much of its grand history. It has one of the best examples of a 13th century castle and its town has many of its historic features from its long past. This history and culture is balanced with the usual features of Portuguese life, a lively market, café culture and booming restaurant scene resulting in some of the best food you can find in the Algarve. If you’re nearby it’s well worth a visit, or perhaps even worth basing yourself in Silves to visit the rest of the Algarve from. Alternatively, it makes a great stopping point when crossing the Algarve!

When to visit Silves?

As with lots of towns in the Algarve, there’s a lively farmers market on Saturday mornings. So visiting on a Saturday can be a good experience to see some local life. Really though, anytime of the week will be good. Most of the attractions (the Castle and the museum) are open on Sundays and Mondays unlike in many of the smaller towns in the Algarve. Any day of the week is worth it!

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How to get to Silves?

Silves is 45 minutes from Faro Airport if taking the A22 (toll roads). Or approximately 1 hour if you take the scenic route avoiding those toll roads by car. Buses are available from Albufeira (#17 line) and cost 4.50 single/9.00 return. Alternatively, bus connections are available from Portimão (#113 line) and cost similarly. You can find full time tables and prices on Vamus Algarve . To arrive from other destinations like Faro or Lagos using public buses you’ll have to connect in either of those places first. The town is also served by train and has its own station . Although its approximately 2km from the town so factor in a walk, a taxi, or local bus service.

A Brief Introduction to Silves and its History

Silves saw its rise to prominence in the Moorish Algarve, where its place alongside the Arade river saw it become the economic center of the Kingdom. As a result of its status, it changed hands multiple times between the Crusaders and the Moorish before being fully retained in 1243.

The 13 th century saw the town experience a steep decline, the Arade river which the town depended on for its vital trade silted up. With large boats no longer able to sail up the river and cut off from North African ports, its wealth dried up. With the economic and cultural capitals moving elsewhere to nearby Faro. Silves experienced a steady decline that lasted long until the 20 th century. Perhaps though, this decline is what kept expansion at bay and its historical features so well preserved which makes it the glorious town it is today.

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What to See and Do in Silves

Silve’s often narrow and winding streets hide many pretty corners, several small public squares, and lots of historic buildings. It’s a small enough town that you can simply wonder around and not have to worry about losing your bearings. Just be weary of the many steep cobbled streets – it is based on a large hill!

Within these streets is plenty of history and culture and there are many small art galleries, craft shops and cafés to explore. Keep an eye out for the painted municipal electricity boxes . A wonderful feature of this part of the Algarve. They are decorated with many traditional features of Algarvean life!

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Torreão da Porta da Cidade – Tower of the City Gate

One of the first attractions many people come across is the historic gate and tower (Torreão da Porta da Cidade). It’s an impressive fortification and marks one of the entrances of the town’s former walls. A lively square is adjacent to the gate with several cafés situated around a fountain. It makes a nice stop to appreciate the impressive fortifications and to try and spot some storks from.

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Silve’s Cathedral – Catedral de Silves

Walking through the gate and continuing up the hill you’ll soon come across Silves Gothic cathedral. The cathedral was built in the 13th century on the site of a former mosque. Striking to many people is the contrast between typical Algarve white washing and the red sandstone from the Silves region.  

The earthquake of 1755 catastrophically damaged it, which resulted in the loss of its nave and many of its former Gothic features. It was rebuilt in the following century which added Baroque features and a bell tower to its mismatched design. Nowadays, the cathedral is considered by many to be the most important Gothic building in the Algarve. It costs €1.50 to enter the cathedral and is well worth it to see all its contrasting features from the inside.

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Silves’ Castle – Castelo de Silves

A short walk from the cathedral will lead you to the famous castle. Fortifications in Silves have Roman origins, but the castle we see today was built by the Moors between the 8 th and 13 th centuries. It costs €2.80 to enter and you can walk along the entirety of its walls and look out from its battlements and towers.

The panoramic views are incredible and if you have to visit one thing in Silves this should be it! Not much remains of its original interior, on the western side are some excavations showing some of the original architecture and there is also a café and a visitor center where you can learn more about the castle. The original cistern houses an exhibition – at the time we visited dedicated to the conservation of the Iberian Lynx.

Inside the Castle of Silves

Archaeological Museum – Museu Municipal de Arqueologia

If you’ve not yet had your fill of history in Silves, then located on Rua Find the Name Out is the rather good Archaeological museum. It’s an excellently curated museum covering the origins of Silves from the Palaeolithic period, through its Roman and Moorish history. The focal point is a preserved 18m deep Moorish well that can be viewed from the top, or from the bottom of a recently unearthed staircase. A combined ticket for €3.90 allows entrance to both the castle so if you’re planning to visit both make sure to purchase one save some money! Normal entry is €2.10 and you can check the most up to date opening times on its website here .

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Roman Bridge – Ponte de Silves

Despite being locally known as the ‘Roman Bridge’, it is actually much younger and dates sometime around 1439. Recent studies have suggested a Roman crossing existed somewhere in the area and its believed that this is how the bridge gets its colloquial name. Interestingly though, none of the available medieval descriptions of Silves mention a bridge. The bridge is built from local stone and comprises of five equal arches spanning the Arade river. At one stage the bridge was much longer, an arch was removed to create space for the modern road you see today. Although its an interesting focal point, and a lovely way to see some nature, don’t get too caught up in its ‘Roman’ naming.

Silves view of the Roman Bridge

Storks in Silves

Synonymous with Silves is the images of Storks soaring gracefully over its town and castle. These magnificent birds can be over 1m tall and with a wingspan double that, they’re impressive to watch flying. Their nests are impressive feats of engineering and are seemingly built on any tall place or object.

It’s against the law to disturb a nest so often the locals will work around or leave in place features with a nest on! In Silves, make sure to keep an eye out for the nests on top of chimneys, spires, pylons and trees. The Storks have a lifespan of up to 35 years, and at around 3-5 years old the chicks will usually return home or somewhere close by to build their own nests. This results in generational groupings of nests of which some can be found in Silves alongside the river.

Stork Nest Algarve

Cruz de Portugal

If you’ve read more than one guide you’ll see that everyone mentions this. However, many guides leave out what it actually is and why you might want to visit. To the non history buffs, this is just a Christian cross in a rather utalitarian carpark on the outskirts of town. It’s a 3m tall limestone cross of uncertain origin.

Current research suggests the cross was gifted to the town in the 15th century by King Manuel I. Unfortunately, little else is known about its origins. It incorporates Gothic features although there is some debate if these are Manueline or older. It’s a notable feature for people interested in Portuguese history but not necessarily worth the trip for everyone. 

Cobbled Streets in Silves

Best Restaurants in Silves

Away from the touristy coast of the Algarve is the opportunity to get some incredible Portuguese food at a more reasonable price. Writing this small list could have been an article itself (and maybe it will be one day!).

Churrasqueira Valdemar – N 124, Mercado Municipal de Silves, loja 21 e 22

You’ll find many places that people will refer to as a local dining experience, but this is one of those that we really felt it to be true. You’ll be swiftly taken to a table and asked three questions, (mixed salad? Plain or piri-piri chicken? What are you drinking?). If you want extras like bread and olives you’ll have to ask for it! When we last visited we had bread, olives, Algarve carrots and cheese, mixed salad, fries, one piri-piri chicken, two beers, two coffees and it all came to exactly €20. With possibly some rounding from the staff we thought it was very reasonable! 

Restaurante Marisqueira Rui – Rua Comendador Vilarinho No 27

Strangely enough, you might find one of the most highly regarded Seafood restaurants in the Algarve away from the coast and inland in Silves. We haven’t been yet, but everyone we’ve spoken to has recommended this place, so it’s definitely on our list! Grilled fish starts around €15 and goes up from there, the menu can be found online here .

Taberna Almedina – Rua Mouzinho de Albuquerque 2

Not far from both of the above options is Taberna Almedina, it’s another casual offering that’s popular with both locals and tourists. With starters and petiscos (tapas) from €7, and mains from €12, it’s reasonably priced too. It also has a small but great vegetarian menu and one of the few restaurants in Silves that offers this, the menu can be found here .

O Barradas – Venda Nova, Silves

If you want Portuguese and you’re looking for a little more than the Churrasquiera experience, then O Barradas might be the best option for you. It’s more fine dining than any of the restaurants listed here and is approximately 5km outside of town. It offers traditional Portuguese food, with local ingredients and a modern twist. (It’s currently the No.2 restaurant in Silves on Tripadvisor). Some of its most popular dishes are the meat kebabs or lamb stew. Starters from around €8 and mains from around €15, its menu can be found here .

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The Best Day trips from Silves

Trips from Silves to Armacao de Pera, Carveiro , Benagil Caves and Ferragudo will all give you a strong dose of the famous Algarve coast if you decide to stay in the city! A similar town, with a slightly less historical focus and more commerce is Loule about 40km east. If you liked Silves you’ll love Loule and if you can’t decide then read our guide and visit both! 

Alternatively, if you’d like to find tours that depart from elsewhere in the Algarve that include Silves, here’s our pick of the best. Many of these combine Silves with other sights like Monchique.

  • From Albufeira: Half-Day Winery Tour and Silves (60 per person
  • Silves, Caldas and Monchique Wine Tasting: Full Day Tour (79 per person)
  • Portimão: Silves & Arade River History Tour on a Solar Boat (35 per person)

Events in Silves

Like many towns in the Algarve, Silves has a lively events calendar, with some events attracting visitors from the whole region. If you’re nearby when one of these is happening we really recommend visiting!

Medieval Festiva l

At the beginning of each August Silves holds its famous Medieval Festival. Each night between 6pm and 1am, visitors will have the opportunity to experience unique adventures that will take them back in time and give them an insight into the town of Silves during the Medieval period. Some of its most popular events are the medieval jousting and war games. It’s a truly unique festival because of the historical setting. It’s a must do if you’re in the Algarve for any of the ten days the festival lasts.

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Like many of the larger towns in the Algarve, Silves also has its own annual beer festival. Local and national breweries are represented with ample opportunity to drink both. As well as the beer, there is a wide range of arts and crafts, street food, workshops, and live music to keep you entertained. If celebrating all things medieval doesn’t sound for you, perhaps a more modern celebration is.

Night Market (Mercado Fora d’Horas)

Every year during Summer, usually on the first Thursday of each month Silves opens its market to visitors at night. “Mercado Fora d’Horas” which simply means “Market outside opening hours”. As well as the late-night farmers market you’ll find local street food, arts and crafts, and entertainment.

How long to spend in Silves?

Realistically, if you’re just sightseeing, the main sites in Silves can be completed in a few hours. We recommend allowing at least half a day to get the full experience without rushing. This allows plenty of time to wonder the streets, and explore many of the craft shops, and sample some local food!

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Should you Visit Silves?

Silve’s is a lovely town to visit, and even base yourself in to explore the quieter and more rural side of the Algarve. Surrounded by authentic sites, and the incredible local food, Silves can be part of a great daytrip, or a great stopping point for longer trips across the Algarve. Silves can easily be combined with the nearby beach village of Carvoeiro or Ferragudo if you want to add in some beach time! Let us know in the comments if you’re planning on visiting Silves, or if you’ve been!

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The Government of Sri Lanka takes strong objection to the imposition of travel restrictions on Lt. Gen. Silva and his immediate family members by the Government of the United States, based on independently unverified information.

The Government reiterates that Lt. Gen. Shavendra Silva was appointed as the Commander of the Army by the then Head of State, taking into account his seniority and that there were no substantiated or proven allegations of human rights violations against him. His elevation as the Acting Chief of Defence Staff by the current Head of State President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, was on account of his being the senior most serving military officer.

While the timing of the imposition of this travel restriction 6 months after Lt. Gen. Silva’s appointment as Army Commander is concerning, it is disappointing that a foreign government should question the prerogative of the democratically elected President to call upon persons with proven expertise to hold key positions on national security related matters.

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F or many casual  beer drinkers used to choosing between bar staples of lager, IPA and stout, the idea of a funky sour ale fermented with wild yeast or a sweet chocolate-cherry-forward Belgian dubbel might sound a bit like they’ve been beamed in from outer space. At Houston’s award-winning True Anomaly Brewing, which specializes in Belgian and wild beer styles, they wouldn’t be entirely wrong. 

Created by a team of four current and former NASA employees, True Anomaly is Houston’s only brewery that focuses on this particular beer canon, a fact that has not prevented them from excelling at their craft —so much so that they were named Brewery of the Year (600+ bbls) at the Texas Craft Brewer’s Cup for the last two years. It’s an outstanding achievement for a brewery that's barely six years old.

Tom Ahlstrom, Michael Duckworth, David Lantz and Ben Stahl met during their induction at NASA nearly two decades ago and quickly began brewing together as a hobby. Like many brewery owners, positive feedback from family and friends encouraged them to go pro, but unlike many of their contemporaries, the quartet was cutting its teeth brewing unconventional niche styles. “The scene was very different back then,” CEO Michael Duckworth said. “Belgians and wild ales were hard to come by, so we started brewing the things we couldn’t find.” 

Trying famous Belgian beers such as Unibroue's La Fin du Monde at Houston’s Flying Saucer piqued Duckworth’s interest in yeast-driven beers. “I felt yeast wasn’t explored well at this time and got excited about these taste and flavor profiles,” he explained. 

This theme of exploration runs through the beating heart of the brewery—deriving from their passion as NASA technicians and engineers. 

“We approach brewing from a scientific perspective carried over from our space past,” Duckworth said. “We’ve used our technical expertise and artistic implementation to produce the highest standard of beer. We have tried really hard, NASA hard, to be the best and put out the finest quality products.”

The drive for quality and vision of exploration and pushing boundaries marries perfectly with Belgian and wild ales. Belgian beers are made with specific yeast strains from Belgium, which are known for their spicy phenol and fruity ester flavors, while wild ales are fermented with natural yeasts and bacteria, which give them complex funky, earthy aromas and flavors. These are beers that are challenging and time consuming to make, requiring specialist equipment and longer fermentation times. 

They also cater to a specific market, something that True Anomaly built into their business plan from the start. 

“We used our NASA skills to conduct a risk-value analysis,” Duckworth said. “The market for these beers is small but consistent with 20 to 30 percent of drinkers looking for something different.” 

But as well as their specialist beers, True Anomaly has a strong stable of core traditional beers to ensure that they can meet the demands of all drinkers, and their commitment to quality applies equally to all styles, as evidenced by the serious silverware their Scout Mexican Lager has picked up. 

Space permeates every facet of True Anomaly, from their beer names referencing different missions and discoveries to their stylized warm-industrial taproom designed to reflect their NASA roots with their stainless steel fermenters gleaming like rockets behind the bar. Lantz and Stahl remain NASA employees, with Duckworth and Ahlstrom, who is director of brewing operations, stepping away from NASA in 2018, shortly before the brewery opened. 

“We all loved working at NASA but we decided we needed a hands-on approach to realize our vision,” Duckworth said. “It was a big leap but as time stands it was the right direction. We might not have been as successful if we’d handed over running the business to someone else.”

A personal, direct touch, from how they brew their beer to building relationships through self-distribution, remains a high priority for True Anomaly as they develop their new site in the Second Ward. True Anomaly Navigation will be an acre-and-a-half site with separate production facility and taproom spaces, with a pizza-focused kitchen and events space and a coffee shop, with production anticipated to double. 

But while True Anomaly are excited to expand and reach a wider audience with their new facility and greater distribution the increased production will permit, they are keen to emphasize the significance of their roots in the Houston community. 

“We wanted to remain in our East End neighborhood. It was very important to us,” said Duckworth, noting the fun nod to space in the new site’s name. 

Duckworth also highlighted the need for planned, sustainable growth to keep in line with the company’s values and emphasis on quality, while also considering the need for flexibility in a changing market: a key driver in the brewery’s decision to diversify their taproom experience.

“We want to capture a third-space environment,” Duckworth explained. “Craft beer is a maturing market. Traditionally, five to 10 years ago, being a brewery in itself was enough. But now you need rounded offerings to create an experience, like food, coffee and events, to give people a reason to visit that’s more than beer.” 

Future-proofing and forward-thinking is as hard-wired into these NASA brains as exploration, another facet of which is True Anomaly’s work with local farmers and businesses. This includes creating collaboration beers with other Texas breweries including Vista, Fast Friends and Vacancy and sourcing local fruits for seasonal releases like Fredericksburg peaches and Texas cherries and raspberries, as well as building ties with local vineyards for their wine-barrel-aged beers. “We try to be purpose-driven with our collaborations,” Duckworth said. “A rising tide lifts all ships.”

Duckworth said True Anomaly’s success as a two-time Brewery of the Year winner is particularly significant because of its reflection of their whole catalog and the styles they are putting forward, as well as their contribution to putting Houston on the map as a beer destination. 

“What it means most is to continue to carry the flag for Houston, and it’s a testament to the time and attention our brewers put into our beer,” he said. “And it’s a hell of a drinking vessel—like a Stanley cup!”

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