Talk of the Town
What More Would a Beer Lover Want?
Dozens of beer on tap, tons more in bottles and stellar live music - what more would a beer lover want? Jim & Pam are wonderful hosts and will never leave you thirsty. Pam always has the place decorated for something – whether Halloween or Spudstock, there is always something on the calendar. And their support of musicians and the local community is outstanding. JP’s is a great place to meet old, or new, friends!
The Hops is Tops!
JP Hops House is a bit of "inside the loop" found outside the loop. There are 24 beers on tap, a couple hundred different brews in bottles, and great live music from local talented musicians. The Hops House is the home for the Fort Bend/Houston Songwriters' Association and the local chapter of The Nashville Songwriters' Association. The owners, Jim and Pam are super and the "regulars" are a friendly bunch. Sunday nights is the Open Mic, and Bob and Jeff and The Fowler Brothers "folk out" on Wednesdays. Weekends you may see Adam Flint, Smythe and Taylor or even Shake Russell! Stop by and order a cold pint or two!
Nothing but Smiles Here
Simply put, one of the most laid back atmospheres imaginable. The perfect place to go when all you want to do is relax with a cold pint and friendly faces. No matter what, it's always nothing but smiles here. Props to Jim and Pam-owners/barkeeps.
JP Hops House is, by far, one of the finest establishment in Houston. They have great beer and great popcporn. Jim and Pam are always real nice and they smell good! I love their Beer selection. Sometimes, there is some groovy music going on right there on Jim's newly remodeled custom stage. What a treat!
Alot of History Here
This place has quite an established reputation throughout Houston's homebrew and beer enthusiast community. There is alot of history here; it has been in business for decades and was the original location for the first annual Dixie Cup Homebrew Competition, which has now outgrown the bar and become an interstate level event. Eventhough they have a small draught selection, this is one of the better beer bars in Houston. They also have a very unique collection of old tap handles displayed around the room.
Well Lit & Well Ventilated
Large selection of beers on tap and a huge selection of beers in bottles. Friendly people and very good service. The pub is well lit without being bright and was well ventilated (Even though there were smokers in the pub, it was not very smoky). They also had several dart boards. If it was closer to Cypress I would be a regular.