Our Beer Selection

We have 33 taps that will feature international and local beers. We have added a glass chiller to keep the beers that should be cold – COLD.
We are now open at our new location!
2400 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702
Our current Drinks menu:
Bottles
Duvel
Crabbies
Omission Lager
Schneider-Weisse Adventinus
Guinness Extra Stout
Green’s Quest Tripel Blonde
Cans
PBR
Coors Original Banquet
Lonestar
Boddingtons
East Cider Original
East Cider Honey
Wine
Skyfall Cabernet
Tinto Negro Malbec
Bogle Petite Sirah
Indaba Sauvignon Blanc
La Cote Blanche
Savion
Lamarca Prosecco
Non Alcoholic
Topo Chico
St. Arnold’s Root Beer
Dr. Pepper
Diet Dr. Pepper
Coke
Diet Coke
Cherry Coke
Sprite
Minute Maid Lemonade
Iced Tea
Draught Selection
Light
Oasis Luchesa
Harp
Real Ale Hans Pilz
Stella Artois
Staropramen
Austin Beerworks Pearl Snap
Wheat
Blanche de Bruxelles
Medium
Bass
La Frontera IPA
Belhaven
Fuller’s ESB
Austin Beerworks Battle Axe
Community Mosaic IPA
512 Seven
512 IPA
Fuller’s London Pride Pale Ale
Green Flash Double IPA
Oasis MetaModern Session IPA
Stone IPA
Special
90 Shilling
Community Public Ale
Real Ale Full Moon Pale Rye
Lagunita’s Brown Sugga
512 ALT
Anchor Foghorn
Nitro Sawtooth Ale
Dark
Guinness
Deschutes Black Porter
Smithwick’s
Founders Breakfast Stout
Independence Convict Hill
Austin Beerworks Black Thunder
Ciders
Magner’s Irish Cider
Ace Pear Cider

About the Pub

Dog and Duck might have opened as a British Pub, but it has evolved into something more. We have 33 beer taps of various Texas, American, and International Brews and a kitchen which has recently been voted Austin’s Best Pub Grub.
There is ample seating both inside and outside for small parties or large groups. Our wonderful jukebox has an eclectic variety of music with Sinatra, Motown, Heavy Metal, British Rock, and even the theme song from MASH. There are TV’s inside and outside, and the bartender would be happy to put on anything you want to watch. We get a lot of people who come in for the World Series and the World Cup. You can also play some games; we have pinball, pool, darts, and a various selection of board games.
And like all good public houses, we have free wi-fi for your computer or cell phone.
We are now open at our new location!
2400 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702
Our History
Dog and Duck opened up in May of 1990 at it’s original location. It was well-known for its tin ceilings, slanted wood floor, and fireplace. The Building had been around for a long time and was a restaurant called Mrs. Robinson’s in the 1970’s. In 1991, Dog and Duck sistered with one of The Dog and Duck pubs in London. The new location will open at the end of October 2015.
Susan Forrester, who opened the pub, is still an owner along with Jeff Mckillop. Both of them can often be found at the pub at their corner table.
Awards
Dog and Duck has won many awards over the years for being a great pub.
Austin Chronicle BEST OF AUSTIN AWARDS
2004 Best Drunken Bar Game (Where One Is Allowed to Throw Sharp Things)
2002 Best Friendly Bar
2002 Best Pub/Neighborhood Bar
2002 Architectural Detail in a Pub
2001 Best Pub/Neighborhood Bar
2000 Best Bar Snacks
2000 Best Pub
1999 Bar Snacks
1999 Pub
1998 Bar Snacks
1997 Bar Snacks
1993 Beer Selection
1992 Best Pub Grub
Austin Chronicle RESTAURANT POLL AWARDS
2011 Readers Pub Grub
2009 Readers Pub Grub
2008 Readers Pub Grub
2007 Readers Pub Grub
2006 Readers Pub Grub
2004 Readers Pub Grub
2003 Critics Pub Grub
2001 Readers Pub Grub
2000 Readers Pub Grub
Citysearch – “Best Of” Bars and Pubs
10best.com – Austin’s Best Nightlife
Pubcrawler.com – “Great” rating

About The Dog and Duck

Austin’s finest British Pub, established 1990

Our Story
We have quite a history here
Dog and Duck might have opened as a British Pub, but it has evolved into something more. We have 33 beer taps of various Texas, American, and International Brews and a kitchen which has recently been voted Austin’s Best Pub Grub.
There is ample seating both inside and outside for small parties or large groups. Our wonderful jukebox has an eclectic variety of music with Sinatra, Motown, Heavy Metal, British Rock, and even the theme song from MASH. There are TV’s inside and outside, and the bartender would be happy to put on anything you want to watch. We get a lot of people who come in for the World Series and the World Cup. You can also play some games; we have pinball, pool, darts, and a various selection of board games.
And like all good public houses, we have free wi-fi for your computer or cell phone.
Our History
The Legendary Austin Pub
DnD_LogoOldDog and Duck opened up in May of 1990 at its original location. It was well-known for its tin ceilings, slanted wood floor, and fireplace. The Building had been around for a long time and was a restaurant called Mrs. Robinson’s in the 1970’s. In 1991, Dog and Duck sistered with one of The Dog and Duck pubs in London. The new location is now open and is located on the East side of Austin on Webberville Road.
Susan Forrester, who opened the pub, is still an owner along with Jeff McKillop. Both of them can often be found at the pub at their corner table.
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Awards
We’ve been the winners of multiple awards since opening our doors in 1990.

Austin Chronicle – Best of Austin Awards
2004 – Best Drunken Bar Game (Where one is allowed to throw sharp things)
2002 – Best Friendly Bar
2002 – Best Pub/Neighborhood Bar
2002 – Architectural Detail in a Pub
2001 – Best Pub/Neighborhood Bar
2000 – Best Bar Snacks
2000 – Best Pub
1999 – Best Bar Snacks
1999 – Best Pub
1998 – Best Bar Snacks
1997 – Best Bar Snacks
1993 – Beer Selection
1992 – Best Pub Grub
Austin Chronicle – Restaurant Poll Awards
2011 – Readers Pub Grub
2009 – Readers Pub Grub
2008 – Readers Pub Grub
2007 – Readers Pub Grub
2006 – Readers Pub Grub
2004 – Readers Pub Grub
2003 – Critics Pub Grub
2001 – Readers Pub Grub
2000 – Readers Pub Grub
Citysearch
“Best of” Bars and Pubs
10best.com
Austin’s best night life
Pubcrawler.com
“Great” rating