3 years ago | Beer
Although summer is more of a formality than an actual seasonal shift for North Texans, the end of school and a national holiday or two offer some unique opportunities for themed beer consumption. While your options might seem simple — lagers, lime...
The red tape of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission can be peeled back but slowly, so when the agency’s soon-to-be-ex-executive director Sherry Cook lifted the ban on the retail sale of crowlers in March, makers and partakers of Texas craft be...
4 years ago | Lists
If you're one of the people perennially pissed off about the Christmas creep, the St. Philip's Fast might offer you a cure. Beginning 40 days before the Feast of the Nativity (i.e. Christmas), it is a time of prayer, almsgiving and fasting fo...
Twenty-five years ago, the stiffest libation sold at the Dallas Farmers Market was iced lemonade. Now, market-goers can wet their whistles at half a dozen stalls — including, as of Saturday, a cozy micro-taproom from Noble Rey. The genesis of the ...
On Sunday afternoon, Luck, the craft beer bar and restaurant in Trinity Groves, celebrated its third anniversary. Over the course of the afternoon and into the evening, attendees sampled beers from no less than seven DFW breweries, which span the ...
We took a look at the bustling brew scene in Fort Worth last month, but if recent activity is any indicator, East Dallas is poised to restore some geographic balance to craft beer terrain in the area. Woodcreek and Hemisphere brewing companies are...