This has been a long time coming for Grapevine Craft Brewery. From the early beginnings in a garage in Grapevine, then to a warehouse in Farmers Branch where they began production and now back to their hometown of Grapevine, after three years, they can’t wait to serve you a pint in historic downtown. The taproom will be open seven days a week 3pm to 10pm and have food truck service from 5pm to 8pm.
You can expect all of the Grapevine beers to be available on tap as well as special offerings and cask beers. They’ll also offer specialty sodas and cold press coffees. This is the place to be for a casual atmosphere with friends, great beer and unique food experiences.
In addition to special casks tapped throughout the weekend, Grapevine will be releasing their new year-round IPA, HopFest United IPA to the world, and you get it there first at Grapevine Craft Brewery. HopFest is a blend of ten hop varieties giving the beer an aroma backed by a hearty malt profile at 6.5% ABV.
Friday July 10 5pm-8pm – SoCal Tacos
Saturday July 11 5pm-8pm – ssahmBBQ
Sunday July 12 5pm-8pm – Smokin Lo’s Pit Fire Barbeque
Friday July 10 7-9pm – Zack King Band Unplugged
Saturday July 11 7-9pm – Philip Creamer, lead singer of Dallas’ own Dovetail