Category Archives: Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum Brewing Company Celebrates First Anniversary: Win A Pair Of Tickets

by Steven Doyle

Deep Ellum Brewing Company turns 1 on November 11, 2012 and to celebrate they’re opening up the doors of the brewery to friends and family that have made the first year possible. DEBC will have live music on stage in our beer garden, and tapping some special beers they held back from this year (like Dreamcrusher, last year’s Darkest Hour, Wealth & Taste and more), and debuting their first anniversary beer: Pollenator.       Continue reading


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Carnival Barker’s Beats The Heat

by Steven Doyle

Almost a year ago local musician Aaron Barker was sitting back enjoying a little Food Network action when he spotted a piece on something called Ice Cream College. This is a place where you go to learn the fine art of making ice cream, both the right way, and the wrong way.   Continue reading

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Epic Cone in Deep Ellum Is… Epic

by Steven Doyle

In 2004 Barbara Martinez invested in a building located in Deep Ellum at 3025 Main Street. At that time her family opened the techno club called Club One. Perhaps you recall the cool venue and very loud music. In 2007 zoning changed to clean up Deep Ellum and Martinez had to decide if she was prepared to go through the annual hassle to remain a club or to reinvent herself. She chose the latter.

In 2008 Excuses was born and the new restaurant sold breakfast and lunch. For breakfast she sold typical breakfast fare including waffles and omelets, and for lunch she made pizzas and sandwiches.        Continue reading


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Two New DEBC Beers Premiering This Month

Deep Ellum Brewing Company will launch two brand new beers to the market starting July 31st – one is a seasonal and one will join the year-round lineup for DEBC.  Yes, “Wealth and Taste” is a Rolling Stones reference (but also an homage to the originator of this style of beer – Duvel.  Duvel actually means devil in Flemish) and is a seasonal batch.  It was built in two 30 barrel batches – one batch was aged in Chardonnay barrels and one batch went through the normal fermentation process then they were blended together to get the balance they were looking for.  Continue reading

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Deep Ellum Brewing Company Leaving Texas

by Steven Doyle

Deep Ellum Brewing Company is leaving the state of Texas.  Oh, you can still get one of the many fine beers brewed locally at one of dozens of locations across the city of Dallas, and in Austin as well as Houston. But now whenever you travel to Massachusetts you can find the beer on tap.

This week  Tait Lifto (Sales and Brand Ninja), John Reardon (Chief Evangelist) and Tommy Miller (Sales and Delivery) will all make the pilgrimage to Boston to plant the texas flag inside a few pubs. The first to pour the Dallas beer is namesake Deep Ellum, a bar in Allston, Mass. that made Draft Magazine’s top beer bars in America list.           Continue reading

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Deep Ellum Brewing Company Just Got Bigger

by Steven Doyle

Deep Ellum Brewing Company hasn’t been in operation for a full year and they are already doubling capacity with the addition of new tanks today. DEBC invites you to stop in tonight to check out the new equipment, sample some brews, grab a few complimentary hot dogs and sit under the newly added shade in their beer garden.            Continue reading

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Meet Chef Ryan Barnett And Sign Up For His Underground Dinner

by Steven Doyle

By now it is no secret that most of the underground dinners happen at My Private Chef located at Elm and Martin Luther King Blvd in Deep Ellum. This is where many up and coming chefs can entertain an intimate group of true food enthusiasts and show off their style of cookery while gaining a nice following.          Continue reading


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