The bus was initially dubbed "bus 281" after the tag that was on the key chain from the original route in which it was used.

the IDEA

the purchase

Since the beginning our mission has always been to provide people with a great time, while riding in comfort and style in a uniquely original bus. The bus brings people together in community and as a celebration of life. Our hope is that we can provide an experience that is distinctively vibrant and one of a kind. We hope you allow us to help you celebrate the many aspects of life that are truly worth celebrating.  Help us spread the love!


Let's be honest - no good story ever started with a salad and water. Rightly, our adventure began at one of our favorite watering holes. For as long as I can remember I have always been a fan of adult libations. It almost fuels a sense of unity among patrons. I have met the most interesting people, some of whom I still call friends at happy hour. It was one such occasion after a few drinks and what if's later that the dream was born and the search for a bus was on.


Immediately we started searching and networking for our bus investment; craigslist, fivemile, autotrader. While we weren't certain as to the specifics, we were sure that we would know the right one when we saw it. Ultimately, we ended up responding to a vague listing on Craigslist: "Blue Bird Bus good working condition in need of TLC". 

We made the trip out to Royse City and upon arrival we were greeted by Dyson, with his owner Bobby close in tow. They both were very welcoming. We crawled inside and instantly knew we would be leaving with our prize. While the outside was in great condition, the inside certainly left something to be desired. Once the bus made it to its new home we could not wait to gut it.  While the battle was brutal at times, the end result was a winning success. Check out the progression; we have come a long way. We hope you love it as much as we do. Come, check us out and be a part of the Brew Bird Bus! #pourdecisions 


When purchased, the bus was filled with futons and was used by the former owner as a transport to Galveston for a bachelor party. Oh the stories I am sure it could tell. 

The project took six months to complete