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
Tis the season, so Martin House is embracing the holiday spirit and turning their regular Saturday tour on October 26 into an extended hours (noon to 5 p.m.) Boo-ery Tour celebration. Read More
Small Brewpub just sent out a quick email to announce a special popup tasting event tonight alongside the Oak Cliff Film Festival. If you want a taste, you better head that way at or before 7 p.m. More details are on our event listing.Read more "Small Brewpub hosting popup tasting tonight"
Dead Cowboy Brewing, one of the emerging breweries in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, is canceling their Kickstarter funding campaign this week after hitting a snag with their future location.Read more "Dead Cowboy’s not dead, but their Kickstarter is"
After what Four Corners Brewing Company calls a “slight delay,” their brand new release, El Super Bee de Saison, is on the streets. And no, that doesn’t mean it’s working a corner. That means you’ll see it in your local watering hole or drinking establishment soon.Read more "El Super Bee de Saison hits the streets"