Get the door, it's the liquor store
New Braunfels (as indicated by its distinctly Bavarian-sounding name) has a unique German history. Right near San Antonio, this curious... locale retains much of its German lore, even hosting an annual winter-time sausage festival. Spelling the various city attractions is a real feat, with spirited names like the Schlitterbahn Water Park Resort, the Greune dance hall, and Naegelin’s bakery. Who knew you could munch on traditional German Lebkuchen cookies in a little Texas town? Aside from the various haus-named establishments and European architecture, you won’t need to bring a German dictionary when you visit. Today, New Braunfels is a rapidly growing destination for young families, largely because of its proximity to Austin and San Antonio. Drizly is ready to serve the masses, whether you’re looking for a German lager or a classy vintage from the Hill Country. From craft dunkels and hefeweizens to Bud Lights and Coors, Drizly has it all on one convenient app.