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Craft and Growler

3601 Parry Ave. Dallas, TX 75226 | Fair Park | 214-821-1122

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Officially open in November of 2012, Craft & Growler's warm mahogany interior initially seems better suited for a New England setting, although the beer list proves otherwise. The bar's 30 taps cover a diverse selection of craft beers, with a focus on Texas and Dallas-area microbrews. Apart from an incredibly knowledgeable and friendly staff of beer snobs, the cozy bar offers a unique service: You can choose from a wide selection of beer growlers, or bring your own growler and fill it with any of the tap beers to enjoy at home. A haven for beer-lovers of every sort, Craft & Growler is the sort of place that Hemingway would have frequented to finish a novel.


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