B. MiersIn today's highly saturated beer market, many breweries release seasonals to differentiate themselves, increase their exposure, or maybe because they're already bored of their two-year-old standard. Either way, here's a list of five seasonals to look for in Dallas-Fort Worth this Fall.
Community Beer Company started brewing in January 2013 in Dallas' trendy Design District. Over the course of a little more than a year, they've released ten different beers, installed a bottling line, and racked up a half dozen national awards. Every Saturday, they host a Brewery Open House & Tour f ... More >>
Last night, the Dallas chapter of the Slow Food group met at Craft and Growler, the hip new beer dispensary that opened in Fair Park six months ago. This was the first meeting for the group with Liz Goulding, a young, small and very determined food nerd at the helm. After a few beers (otherwise wha ... More >>
The Slow Food movement was initially founded by Italian Carlo Petrini in the mid-1980s as a way to counteract our "fast" culture, which, among many other things, affected the way we eat. Now Slow Food is a global (yet very local) interest group that advocates for sustainable food. In a giant stroke, ... More >>
Dallas' newest brewery, Community Beer Co., located in hopeful optimism at 1530 Inspiration Drive, is putting the final touches on their new home and will have a grand opening brewery tour 2-5 p.m. Saturday, January 19 See also: -The North Texas Craft Beer Guide It'll be a good day to celebrat ... More >>
Founder Kevin Carr plans to have Community Beer Company open in November, joining the ever-swelling ranks of Dallas and Dallas-area breweries that were little more than dreams just a couple of years ago. Deep Ellum, Lakewood, Peticolas and FireWheel brewing companies are already established and a ... More >>