Cedar Creek Brewhouse to Host Girl Scout Cookie Beer Pairing Menu Jan 28-30

Conceptualized by the partners behind LUCK at Trinity Groves, Jeff Dietzman and Lance Bodwell and operated in partnership with Jim Elliot, Cedar Creek Brewhouse & Eatery in Farmers Branch is a family-friendly destination for scratch-made food, craft beer and cocktails with an elevated brewpub feel.

The brunch, lunch and dinner menus are designed to pair with the astounding 25 beers available on tap, many from the brand’s partner brewery in nearby Seven Points, Texas. Signature dishes include a slow smoked Pastrami Brisket sandwich, specialty pizzas and Bierocks, a traditional German dish consisting of meat and cheese wrapped in puffed dough.

A full bar is also available in addition to the brand’s own hard seltzer. Indoor and outdoor seating options are offered throughout the two-story, expansive restaurant located at the Shops at Mustang Station.

In celebration of the sweet arrival of Girl Scout Cookie season, Cedar Creek Brewhouse & Eatery will host a special Girl Scout Cookie and beer pairing menu from January 28-30. The Farmers Branch brewery and restaurant will be pairing their personal favorite Girl Scout Cookie flavors (and a brand-new flavor) with some of the best craft beers in North Texas, including:

  • S’mores with Trail Snacks, Peanut Butter Chocolate Stout
  • Samoas with Harrison’s Brown Ale
  • Trefoil (Shortbread) with Peach Fuzz, Peach Sour Pale Ale
  • The NEW Adventurefuls (Sea Salt Caramel Brownie) with Pecan Jubilee Ale

Walk-ins are welcome for tastings; however, guests can guarantee their timeslot (and cookies) by pre-booking the tasting online for $20, plus fees. Those participating in Dry January can skip the beer pairing and still pay Cedar Creek a visit for a delicious meal and to purchase Girl Scout Cookies. They’ll have local troops onsite to sell cookies to the public.

Cedar Creek Brewhouse & Eatery – Mustang Station | 13090 Bee Street, Farmers Branch | 469.372.6997

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