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Let us make this clear, You CAN DRINK on the Guadalupe and Comal Rivers (according to state law). And you
CAN DRINK whatever you'd like - including, but not limited to, beer, wine, any other alcoholic beverage, juice,
water, sports drinks, and even that stuff you found dripping from the ceiling above your kitchen if you want.

All we require is, that you drink alcohol responsibly and that you drink all beverages from a NON-DISPOSABLE
container if you're INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS**. There are tons of options for non-disposable containers. The same requirement applies for the food you bring on the river inside the City Limits.

** For reference, the City Limits begin at the Gruene Bridge on the Guadalupe and includes the entire Comal River.

PHOTO CONTEST!
Email Summer 2012 River Photos + Caption to mail@gruenetexas.com by June 28th for a chance to win a
Raft Trip & Night on the Town in Gruene for 4!


Beer-To-Go Pouches

KEEP BEER AND OTHER BEVERAGES CARBONATED, FRESH AND
TASTY IN THIS NON-DISPOSABLE CONTAINER!

New non-disposable Beer Pouches are perfect for taking your
favorite beverage on the river! Stays carbonated and tasty for up to
3 weeks after refrigeration!  Holds 64 ounces.

BUY NOW!!

Or purchase at Cotton Eyed Joe's in Gruene Historic District!

Beer-To-Go Pouches


River Laws

Guadalupe above Gruene Bridge

Comal River & Guadalupe Below Gruene Bridge

No glass

No styrofoam

No plastic containers 5oz or less

No littering

No jumping from bridges, dams, trees, or cliffs

No disposable containers

Limits on cooler sizes/one cooler per person

Locking mechanism required on coolers

Noise devices may not be audible beyond 50ft

No volume drinking devices



More InfoOctober 12
Bri Bagwell
at Gruene Hall


More InfoOctober 13
Kyle Park
at Gruene Hall


More InfoOctober 14
Gospel Bruch with a Texas Twist
at Gruene Hall


More InfoOctober 18
Come and Taste It
at The Grapevine

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