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Deep Ellum Distillery Grand Opening

image3 (5).jpegby Alex Gonzalez

Located clandestine on Clover Street, which is hidden between Commerce and Canton in Deep Ellum, is Deep Ellum Distillery, which officially opened its tasting room to the public this past weekend. In the tasting room, guests can try a selection of the distillery’s signature cocktails, including the Route 66 and the Strawberry Basil Mule. Guests can also try the distillery’s infused vodka drinks, with options ranging from pineapple to dill pickle.

Deep Ellum Distillery is the brainchild of John Rearden, who is also the founder of Deep Ellum Brewing Company. Rearden conceived the Deep Ellum Distillery about three years ago, and later recruited Reade Huddleston as the head distiller about a year and a half ago. Continue reading

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Deep Ellum Sells to Canarchy Craft Brewing

deep ellum brew1by Steven Doyle

On June 8, 2018 Deep Ellum Brewing Company was sold Canarchy Craft Brewing for an undisclosed amount of money. Canarchy owns Oskar Blues out of Lyons, Colorado, Perrins from Michigan, Cigar Brewing from Florida, and Wasatch & Squatters from Utah.

The sale allows Deep Ellum to continue its fast track growth path enabling further additions to the building and growth out of Texas.  Continue reading

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Deep Ellum Brewing Company Officially Open for Business

by Steven Doyle   photos by Robert Bostick

This past weekend Deep Ellum Brewing Company  officially opened their doors to the public by hosting a party on Saturday with live music and plenty of beer on hand to sooth the thirsty crowd. For the price of $10 about 300 beer fans showed up to sample a few of the beers Brew Master Drew Huerter had planned including the holiday beer, Festivus, which is a dark IPA with a very smooth finish.

Other beers sampled included the Farmhouse Wit and the popular Double Stout that is on hand at many pubs around town including the Anvil Pub, Common Table and in Plano, Holy Grail. The Farmhouse Wit was the first keg to officially float.       Continue reading

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