by Steven Doyle
A few years back we discussed the tragic and curious Boston Molasses Flood that killed 21 and injured over 150, demolishing buildings and drowning livestock, causing millions of dollars in damages. There was another industrial accident that wreaked havoc on a city, killing many and causing damage that is equally as curious.
Like all tragic stories such as these a certain element of hubris rides high, not too unlike the massive container of molasses that exploded in Boston all those years ago, or even the supposedly unsinkable Titanic. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
With North Texas Beer Week on the horizon you will want to check out this fun related event taking place November 3, 2017 from 7-10pm at Dallas Union Station. The 4th Annual Brewers Ball will be plenty of all-inclusive fun. Continue reading
On Saturday, September 16 from 1 to 5pm, eat a light breakfast. Because come lunch time, everyone’s invited aboard the BBQ Bus. RVC Promotions is hosting this event and the day will begin at Bitter Sisters Brewery in Addison. After a cold beer to kick things off, attendees will hop onto a luxury bus, and the adventure begins.
The tour will visit three of the Metroplex’s best barbecue joints (Hutchins BBQ, 3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House and Winner’s BBQ, with each providing a Holy Trinity plate of brisket, ribs and sausage, as well as a tour of the pit area to see where the magic happens. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The Dallas Craft Company in Colleyville is how a sports bar is supposed to be. Plenty of televisions in every conceivable location through out the building, 200 beers on tap, delicious cocktails and a supreme menu. What more could you ask for beside great service, and they have that too. Continue reading
While Addison, Texas may be a 10-hour flight from Germany, you can find a true taste of Bavaria at the town’s Addison Oktoberfest (September 14-17) most authentic Oktoberfest experience in North America. Insiders for the event, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, know that you don’t have to don a dirndl to enjoy a traditional Oktoberfest celebration. In fact, they share four key tips that every Addison Oktoberfest visitor should know.
Addison Oktoberfest coincides with the opening of the 16-day festival in Munich, Germany. The original celebration began on October 10, 1810 to celebrate the royal wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese of Saxon-Hildeburghausen. In 1880, the festival was scheduled to start in September so the festival could enjoy more pleasant weather. Continue reading
Things are about to get spicy! Cannonball Productions, the company behind the highly acclaimed, nationally-touring Bacon and Beer Classic, is launching its hottest food and drink festival yet. Taco Takeover will pair refreshing cocktails, tequila samples, and beer with original tacos from the best local chefs. In between bites, guests can bob for churros, dance to a live Mariachi band, compete in a nacho eating contest, try out temporary tattoos, and more. Continue reading