Capital Ale house, the Austin, Texas-based bar chain that opened its doors in 2015, has become a staple in Austin’s hipster enclave, where its beer is so popular that it’s become an unofficial city landmark.
With its signature beers on tap and rotating taps of fresh food from local chefs, Capital Ale houses have become a popular place for locals to hang out and socialize.
But the chain has also been a target for many in Austin, who have been fighting for years to get Capital Ale shut down.
Capital Ale has been sued by a number of local businesses, including local law enforcement officials, the city of Austin and the city council, and it has even been hit with lawsuits for alleged racial discrimination by the city.
The bar’s current location in Austin City Hall, near the Texas State Capitol, has been in the works for some time.
But now that it has finally opened, Capital, as it’s called, has started to be a target of local politicians and the public alike.
Capital is currently in a court battle with the city over its future, and the battle will likely take months.
One of the main arguments for the chain’s continued existence is that it provides an important outlet for local businesses to showcase their beers and food.
For many locals, however, the bars, which are part of the same community and where most people spend their days drinking, are an important part of what they call the “lifestyle.”
Capital Ale is owned by the same parent company as Austin’s best-known bars, The Bruery and House of Blues, as well as The Roxy, which is located just off the main drag of downtown Austin.
Many locals say that they enjoy hanging out and having fun in the bars while also staying close to home and not having to drive out of town.
Capital, however is a target in its own right, because it’s part of a larger culture of the neighborhood.
For those who live and work in the area, Capital is a place that’s been the go-to for drinking and socializing.
The city of Travis County has issued several orders against the chain, saying it’s violating city ordinances that prohibit discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, and veteran status.
The Austin City Council passed a resolution to end the chain in October 2017, which included a recommendation that the city adopt a “zero tolerance” policy for discrimination.
In February 2018, the Travis County Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 to ban the chain.
The new council also approved a resolution urging the Texas Legislature to amend the state’s anti-discrimination law to make it more difficult for businesses to discriminate based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
In December 2018, Travis County Attorney Greg Abbott signed an order banning the chain from operating.
But, on Friday, the state Supreme Court refused to hear Capital’s appeal, saying that the appeals court should hear the case on its merits.
The decision, which was issued in the case Capital Ale vs. City of Austin, is a victory for the people of Travis, who are fighting to keep the chain open.
The court sided with the state in a case called Austin v.
Capital Brewing Co. which challenged the Texas Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s interpretation of the state anti-bribery law.
In the case, which has been on the docket for a year, the Texas Supreme Court held that discrimination is a protected class under the law.
The ruling came after the state legislature enacted the Equality Act in 2016 and expanded anti-discriminatory protections to include the transgender community.
The Supreme Court ruled in a similar case that the state should be able to ban discrimination based upon gender identity in order to protect all people.
Austin is one of the most diverse cities in the country.
According to a recent study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, there are over 30 different ethnicities, including five distinct indigenous groups, five different languages, six distinct racial groups, and more than 300 different religions, including one that considers itself Jewish.
It’s also one of only three cities in Texas that does not have a majority-black population.
The chain’s owners, though, believe that they have a strong claim under the Texas law that protects the LGBT community.
Capital’s owners have said that they believe that the bar’s location in a predominantly black neighborhood in the heart of Austin is a violation of the city’s anti.
But Austin Mayor Steve Adler, who has been a vocal advocate for the LGBT communities in the city, said in a statement that the chain “does not have the authority to bar patrons based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.”
“The owners of Capital Ale should not be allowed to shut down Austin’s vibrant and inclusive LGBT community, as they have already done repeatedly,” Adler said in the statement.
“This decision does not make Austin any less welcoming, tolerant, or open to the diverse people who make Austin one of America’s