Fire Station 11 | A Brief History
In 1904, on the corner of Washington & Fowler, The Brunner Fire Company was established.
In 1915, the volunteer company, STATION 11 was constructed, and then annexed by the City of Houston, It was renamed, Station #11.
The old wooden clapboard station was demolished and a newer modern stucco and concrete station was built in 1937 and remained in service until it was relocated to T.C. Jester and Larkin, in 1995.
Pinot noir, Carmel Road/ *g.$7 *b.$23
Syrah, Boom Boom!/ g.$12 b.$43
Becker vinyards Malbec/ g.$7 b.$23
Hidden Crush Cabernet Sauvignon/ g.$11 b.$39
The Velvet Devil Merlot/ g.$10 b.$35
Sangiovese, Super Texan/ g.$12 b.$43
Wild Horse Pinot Noir/ b.$100
Pinot Grigio, ViNO, Charles Smith/ g.$10 b.$35
Sauvignon Blanc, Becker Vineyards/ g.$7 b.$23
Chardonnay, Becker Vineyards/ g.$8 b.$28
Voingner, Sparkling White/ g.$7 b.$23
*g.= glass b.= bottle
Featuring selections from Real Ale Brewing Company. Blanco, Texas
Fireman’s #4 – Blonde Ale/ $6
Hans’ Pils – German style pilsner/ $6
Four Squared – Dry Hopped Ale/ $6
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