As Dallas craft beer examiner Paul Hightower explained back in January, new tax laws may have changed the price of beer in your local bar of choice after the new year. The new tax format applies only to full bars, those serving both spirits as well as beer and wine. Have you noticed a difference? Continue reading
The Lakewood Advocate reported earlier in February that two small towers atop Crisps Salad Co. were actually a free public Wi-Fi network operating as “attwifi.” According to Andres Properties, there could be more on the way. Are you a fan?
Rockwall’s Justin Foley, winner of 1310 The Ticket’s “Brewer for a Day” contest during NTX Beer Week worked on two “pro-am” beers during his day with Cody Martin and the crew at Martin House. Those beers, Smokey D. RIPA and Kumite, will be released during the regular tour at Martin House this Saturday, February 8. Brian Brown has all the details. Justin also shared some more about the beers on BeerAdvocate.
Beer options on airplanes are usually rather limited, but the skies just got a little more inviting now that Dallas’ own Southwest Airlines is offering New Belgium’s Fat Tire across their fleet. Continue reading
Yes, it seems it is a thing. And it’s happening in Ft. Worth. Welcome to Pub Church.
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?