Five DFW Beer Events to Keep You Buzzed All Weekend

There are several tasty beer events this weekend that should keep you happy and hoppy. Starting tonight with a new brew from Community Beer Co. to Fort Worth and back on Saturday, you'll be busy.

Community Beer Co. has opened a tap room, thanks to new laws passed by the Texas legislature. Tonight they will offer a pre-release of their brand spanking new Texas Pils.

Earlier in the week we reported on the GoTexan Restaurant Round-up that shines a light on local restaurants committed to using state-sourced ingredients on their menus. The event also raises funds for food banks across the state.

As part of the round up, Martin House Brewing in Fort Worth (220 S. Sylvania Ave.) is hosting a food truck competition in addition to its regular tour from 2 to 5 pm. this Saturday. Four food trucks will parked in the lot: Sassy Hot Dogs, Doughboys Pizza Truck, Holy Frijole and Auntie AM's Sweet Shop. All be giving away free samples during the event and you get to vote on which you like the most. Fish Fry Bingo will be on hand to provide tunes. Admission is $10 and includes three beers.

Rahr & Sons in Fort Worth is having a tour and tasting from 1 to 3 p.m. The Central Market food truck and Hummingbird Sweet Shoppe will serve goods and Ryli Dylan will be on stage.

FireWheel Brewing is celebrating one year in Rowlett with an anniversary party from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. The bold and brash Crazy Pig food truck will be there to support your bacon habit. The brewery will release three special beers for the event: Triple Brown Firkin, HomeBrew Colab and Smoke Pivo. It's $10 at the door, which includes an anniversary glass. Rhythm and Beards will be performing.

The start-up brewery Dead Cowboy Brewing Company will be pouring free samples at Zola's vintage shop in the Bishop Arts District from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday.

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