Sigel's Hosts Texas Brew-haha with Exclusive Dreamcrusher from Deep Ellum Brewing Company

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This Saturday, March 10, Sigel's at 3209 N. Fitzhugh St. is hosting TexasFest, a thirst-quenching celebration of Texas craft beer, spirits and wine from 1-4 p.m. Reps from about 20 different Texas breweries, distilleries and wineries will all be there with samples and smart answers to your all your burning questions.

For this event, Sigel's has scored an exclusive on 20 cases of Dreamcrusher Double Rye IPA (9.7 percent ABV and 100+ IBUs) from Deep Ellum Brewing Co. This is the eighth beer from this young brewery and was released just last week. DEBC told me today that they're already almost out of kegs and bottled up only a limited amount.

Sigel's will have 24 Texas beers from the likes of Rahr and Sons, Spoetzl, Real Ale, St Arnold and Ziegenbock.

There will also be more than a dozen gins, rums, vodkas and whiskeys including Rebecca Creek Whiskey, Roxor gin (Dripping Springs), Treaty Oak Platinum rum, Pecan Street rum, Tito's and Deep Eddy vodka. Check the Sigel's site for a complete list.

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