Summer is right around the corner, which means “Sunday Funday” will be in full swing, and what better way to enjoy a long day by the pool with family and friends than with a delicious DFW craft beer in your hand? I’m a hop head myself, and it doesn’t take much for me to catch that buzz we all seek on our days off, which is why the new craze of session IPA’s have been my go-to recently. Thanks to this style’s low alcohol percentage, we can all get our hop fix on and not have to throw in the towel after enjoying a few. Continue reading
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Community Beer Company welcomes Cheesemonger, Ali Morgan, from Rare Edibles, as she continues her quest to bring together our favorite fermentables: cheese and beer!
At the event they will feature four select craft brews, each paired with a complimentary and contrasting cheese with descriptions of taste profiles and styles from brewers and industry experts. That’s four beers, eight cheeses for only $30. Come hang out at the brewery and kick it as they explore the melange of flavors that have been enjoyed communally for thousands of years. This event will sell out fast, so grab your tickets today. Continue reading
Earlier in the week Community Beer Company announced the release of their first two bottled beers at Del Frisco Grille. Both are hand bottled in the 750ml. We enjoyed both the heady Inspiration Ale and the Trinity Tripel which are award winning Belgian-style beers.
“It has been an exciting 8 months of keg-only offerings since our opening in January 2013,” said Kevin Carr, founder of Community Beer Company. “And in that time, we’ve released a total of 9 beers, won 6 awards, and had a lot of fun being a part of the craft beer movement in North Texas. We are excited to release two of our Belgian-style beers for the first time in bottle format. By bottle-conditioning Inspiration and Trinity Tripel, we are able to bring out the complexities of these incredible beers otherwise not possible in keg format.” Continue reading
The boys who are opening Luck, the new restaurant slated to open in just a few months in Trinity Groves, will be hosting another pop-up dinner in preparation of the restaurant. We have chatted the guys up here, and love their cuisine. Luck will have an affinity for beer, and they plan on using the ingredient often in their recipes along with plenty of beers on tap. If you are curious as to which beers they will feature, think local. Continue reading