30.02miFort Worth, TX
TUPPS Brewery is a new brewery venture started by Keith Lewis and Tupper Patnode. After brewing hundreds of gallons of craft home brew in Keith's garage, Keith and Tupper realized that there is a need for a brewery in the North Texas area that produces great craft beer in the spirit of Texas. We're a small family (two families actually) owned brewery. All three of Keith's kids now work for TUPPS. Tupper's daughter and wife are always pitching in on the weekends. Our goal is to make great tasting beer and provide an amazing place to hang out.
31.15miFort Worth, TX
Rahr & Sons Brewing was founded in 2004 by Fritz and Erin Rahr. We have grown from producing 2,000 barrels a year to nearly 20,000. Over the last thirteen years Rahr has expanded not only in production, but also our footprint. Rahr beer is now available in Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Kansas. We pride ourselves on having consistently delicious beers. We have a lab program unmatched in our area. This has brought us so much closer to the goal of a customer having the same positive experience with our beers every time that they drink them. We offer 5 core beers year round, 4 seasonals, and a variety of specialty beers both in cans and on draft.
From our origins home brewing out of a garage in the east Dallas neighborhood of Lakewood, to quickly becoming one of the fastest growing craft breweries in North Texas, we stay true to our vision of local beer for local folks. We're dedicated to using the highest quality ingredients to produce internationally inspired and locally crafted beers, perfect for whichever neighborhood you call home. Pay us a visit in our taproom and beer garden. Brewery tours are offered on the weekends and free to the public. Schol!
3.07miBishop Arts, TX
How many people can trace their brewing roots back to their mom? Well, Michael Peticolas’s mom, Jacque Peticolas, started brewing a Mexican styled beer at her El Paso home in the mid-1990s. Poured from big brown 22 ounce bomber bottles, those copper colored light ales with a hint of apricot hit the spot, especially during the long hot Texas summers. That’s when we first experienced the satisfaction of drinking and sharing beer made at home that tasted better than the beer for sale down the street. After practicing law for a decade, Michael Peticolas turned to his passion for craft beer. In 2010, he enrolled in the American Brewers Guild’s Intensive Brewing Science and Engineering program, wrote a business plan, and formed the Peticolas Brewing Company. The following year, he built a brewery and on December 30, 2011, Michael brewed his first batch of beer, an Imperial Red Ale called Velvet Hammer. During the first year of operations, Michael acted as the brewery’s sole brewer, cellarman, distributor, and brewery representative. Volunteers pitched in from day one and every brewery employee to date started as a volunteer having never worked at another brewery. In its first year of operations, Peticolas Brewing Company won numerous local and national awards, including the biggest award in the brewing industry, a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). A GABF gold medal is an objective measure that a beer is a world class example of a particular style. Peticolas Brewing’s Royal Scandal, an English pale ale, won the award after less than 2 months in the market. During its third year of operations, Peticolas Brewing brought home another gold medal at the GABF. This time Great Scot!, a Scottish Ale, won gold in the aged beer category. In 2017, the brewery hauled in a silver medal from the GABF for It’s Always Something, a Belgian Strong Ale and in 2018, Peticolas Brewing was named the best brewery in America at the US Open Beer Championship. A complete list of awards issued to Peticolas Brewing is available here. In 2013, Texas craft brewers elected Michael to the board of directors for the Texas Craft Brewers Guild. After serving for a year, the board elected Michael co-chair of the legislative committee, which seeks to expand the rights of Texas craft brewers via legislative measures. In an effort to further expand the rights of Texas craft brewers, Peticolas Brewing also sued the State of Texas in an effort to declare an anti-craft beer law unconstitutional. Litigation is ongoing, but a favorable judgment will be a victory for all Texas craft brewers. Peticolas’s legislative and judicial efforts, as well as its award winning beer, have established the brewery as a craft beer industry leader in Texas.
Local, award winning craft beer, handmade with a purpose: bringing people together from all walks of life through quality beer. We strive to be an integral part of the North TX community; a hub for diverse events and always supporting local artists, musicians, and charities whenever and wherever possible. We are beer for the greater good
31.23miFort Worth, TX
11.92miFarmer's Branch, TX
46.66miSeven Points, TX
We are a small award-winning craft brewery located 50 miles southeast of Dallas near Cedar Creek Lake. From our humble beginning as homebrewers, we have worked tirelessly to create a lineup of well-crafted beers, and are proud to be a member of the Texas craft brewing community .
Texas Ale Project is the first brewery to be built from the ground up in the city of Dallas since the late 1800’s. The brewery is on a mission to refine some of the greatest craft beer traditions and methodologies and blend those carefully with modern science to develop thoughtfully brewed, well-balanced craft beers. Thoughtfulness, dedication and the pure joy of handcrafting fine beers are why Texas Ale Project exists today. Visit the brewery! Texas Ale Project’s brewery and T.A.P. Room is located at 1001 N Riverfront Blvd. in Dallas, TX. The public can visit the brewery during T.A.P. Room hours on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 pm – 9 pm and Saturdays from 1 – 9 pm. The brewery can also be rented for private events. Please visit our website and Facebook page for special events. www.texasaleproject.com T.A.P. Room Hours: Thursday, 4PM - 9PM Friday, 4PM - 9PM Saturday, 12PM - 9PM Sunday, 12PM - 6PM Brewery Tours: Saturday, 2PM & 3PM
We brew high quality, craft ales and lagers which will be available in both draft and packaged forms. We are dedicated to producing only the highest quality beers, based on a foundation of education, experience, discipline, and attention to detail.
31.26miFort Worth, TX
Shannon Brewing Company is a small and independent brewery producing an award-winning portfolio of all-natural beer. The brewery crafts all of its beer the way it was done centuries ago — with FIRE using pure Texas spring water, whole grain, whole flower hops, and a whole lotta love.
New Main Brewing opened in 2018 to bring North Texas drinkable, true-to-style Craft Beer. Visit our brewery, and Embrace Curiosity.
The Manhattan Project Beer Company is now pouring! We’re thrilled to officially introduce our handcrafted beer to the Dallas market. Our products are a selection of American and Belgian inspired ales, including the always crowd favorite, Half-Life. We look forward to sharing a beer with you!
30.05miFort Worth, TX
31.26miFort Worth, TX
Hi. We're HopFusion Ale Works, a micro-craft brewery located deep in the heart of the Near Southside in Fort Worth, Texas.