Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have made major changes to our business. All current information on the restaurant, including takeout menus and new hours, should be viewed on our Facebook page.
We are a family-owned and operated, farm-to-table style restaurant located just outside of Kalamazoo in Texas Township. Our belief is that craft beer deserves craft food! Our menu features fresh, made from scratch options available nowhere else. Beer and cider selections are 100% crafted by us. They include familiar beer styles, hard cider made from apples grown in our family's orchards, and experimental small batch brews. Join us for a wonderful food and beverage experience in our 100 year old historic church, now renovated into a beautiful tap room!
Photo by Encore Magazine/Brian Powers
Texas Corners Brewing Company was founded by the Schultz family of Mattawan. Entrenched in the local community with their family farm in since 1951, Bill and Denise looked to expand their operation into something less weather dependent than agriculture. With award winning traditional cider already being made, they made the foray into hard cider in 2013. Events snowballed quickly from there, when they purchased the former Christ the King church you are inside today. Operations expanded into craft beer and a full service farm-to-table restaurant when doors were opened in March of 2015.
All of the family is involved in the family business. Bill and Denise run the farm along with their sons Bill and Dan. The third son Andrew manages the restaurant where he met his wife Ruth. Their sister Robyn lives out of the state, but still comes home occasionally to help. Dan and his wife Audrey have even started the 4th generation with two young girls – Lena and Ahna.
Texas Corners Brewing Company is a homage to the family history which was started by grandparents Victor and Dorothy after WWII. A canvas near the bar is tribute to them. We look forward to providing quality craft beer, cider, and food at Texas Corners for a long time to come. After all, craft beer deserves craft food!