What’s On Tap – Keller, Texas
What’s on Tap is a locally-owned craft beer bar and growler fill station with over 50 beer, wine, and root beer taps. We carry some of Texas’ finest craft beer as well as other craft beers from all around. Our drinks are available to go in growlers or crowlers or you can enjoy a pint or flight straight from the tap.
We have constant rotating taps so make sure you follow us on social media for live updates to our tap list and upcoming events. We also have numerous TVs and board games.
What’s on Tap was founded on a simple idea – bring great beer to a great community – so that’s just what Brad Trapnell is doing. Choose from many samplers or grab a pint from our selection of over 36 rotating taps. Once you know what you like, fill a growler to experience the freshness of draft beer in the comfort of your own home.
Choose from many samplers or grab a pint from their selection of 40 rotating taps. Once you know what you like, fill a growler to experience the freshness of draft beer in the comfort of your own home. It’s that simple!
They are more than just a fill station for your growler. Bring your friends and family to experience a selection of rare and hard-to-find bottled and canned beers. But don’t stop there -we also offer exquisite wines by the glass, locally-brewed root beer, and a light fare menu. A little something for everyone in your family.
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What’s On Tap has three locations: Keller, Highland Village, and North Richland Hills, all owned by Trapnell. He said he had the idea to start a craft beer-themed establishment after many years of balancing working in the corporate world and brewing beer at home during his free time.
He opened the Highland Village location in 2015 and the Keller location a year later. The North Richland Hills location opened in late 2019.
Each location has a rotating selection of 40 beers, ciders, and other alcoholic beverages. Customers can order a flight and taste four smaller samples. They can also buy a reusable growler or bring one from home and have it filled from the taps.
Even with limited capacity, the business continued hosting events, such as trivia nights. The Highland Village location’s event calendar has expanded to include pre-pandemic favorites, such as special tappings from local breweries.
Trapnell said his goal is to continue investing in his locations, which partner with Motor City Pizza and Philly Pretzel Factory for a limited food menu.