Deep Ellum Brewing released the names of the stores that will be stocking their latest bottle, Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout…and it’s quite the list. We’ve posted it below for your convenience.
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Unless you saw the post on Facebook Tuesday afternoon, you might not have heard that Deep Ellum’s newest creation, Deep Ellum Pale Ale, is being poured outside the brewery for the first time in Dallas at Craft and Growler. Read More
Oats you going to try some Deep Ellum Pale Ale tomorrow at the Saturday Deep Ellum Brewery open house? I’m sorry. That was stretching it. I’m better than that. You’re better than that…but the cabin fever of this cold weather might be getting to me. Luckily, Deep Ellum Brewing is giving us all a reason […]
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If you’ve ever purchased a six-pack of craft beer in can form, you’ve likely encountered the mighty PakTech Can Carrier Handle Solution, otherwise known as those solid plastic disc six-pack holders.
These holders are great for the environment, but they are not so kind to grabby craft beer fans. You see, there’s a trick to opening these without hassle. So Deep Ellum put together this short instructional video to show you the trick to removing cans from PakTech holders. Read More
Dallas will gain two new beers this weekend as Martin House launches its new session extra pale ale, Gateway XPA, and Deep Ellum Brewing launches a collaboration with Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, Oak Cliff Coffee Ale. I’m rather partial to coffee ales myself, but I can’t wait to try XPA either. Read More
The ideas behind Texas Brewvolution resonated with me from the start — small, Texas-centric, intimate. And I have to say it lived up to my expectations. I was disappointed to hear it didn’t quite hit the attendance or donation goals, but at the same time, I enjoyed having the extra space. We arrived a few […]
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Deep Ellum has found itself in the midst of some controversy as their “Goes down easy” tagline for Dallas Blonde has come under fire. Are you offended?
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Buying some beer in the month of October? Well, make sure your beer run includes some Deep Ellum cans. Read More