Thread Spinner, is Lakewood Brewing’s new Legendary Series release, and the first in a mini series of three wood-aged beers based on the Greek myth of the Three Fates, is out now.
This 13.5% American barleywine was aged in Witherspoon Distillery bourbon barrels for months, lending notes of toffee, vanilla, and oak to the malty, robust beer. Pick up a couple bottles – one to enjoy now and one to cellar. Then be sure to pick up her two sisters next year for a unique vertical. Continue reading
Two of North Texas’s favorite breweries, Rahr & Sons Brewing Company of Fort Worth and Lakewood Brewing Company of Garland, have joined together again to create a special, limited edition beer that combines their unique styles and reflects their joint dedication to local craft brewing.
Coming after their successful partnership last year, the breweries have again created DFW: A Collaboration of Two Breweries. This year’s all-new version is a rum oak-aged cherry Baltic Porter with an ABV of 9.5 percent timed to celebrate North Texas Beer Week (November 6 – November 15). DFW will be available on draft at area taps and will be sold at local retailers in 22 oz. bottles beginning the week of November 2. Continue reading
We are very excited to announce that Lakewood Brewing Company was ranked #2 in the U.S. Beer Open, a national competition! The number one brewery was Ballast Point Brewing Company out of San Diego, CA. Overall, Lakewood brought home the following medals for the following beers: Continue reading
by Emily Martin
Opening its doors this past April, the Taproom at Lakewood Brewing Company is part of a new 14,000 square foot expansion. Guests can sit back, relax and enjoy a spectacular view of the brewery production area while enjoying a pint of tasty goodness from the 16 taps. This month the Taproom will open up an outdoor, pet-friendly beer garden, equipped with plenty of seating and an outdoor stage where folks will be able to enjoy live music. Other Taproom perks include free Wi-Fi and food trucks just outside on the weekends. Continue reading
It is time to celebrate Lakewood Brewing Company’s expansion!
The expansion will immediately double Lakewood’s production capacity and represents the next big step in the continuing growth of the local brewery. The new, state-of-the-art expansion adjoins Lakewood’s previously existing facility at 2302 Executive Drive.
“Everything we’ve worked for since we sold our first keg in 2012 has been leading to this moment,” said Wim Bens, founder of Lakewood Brewing Company. “It could not have happened without the continued support of the DFW beer fans, customers and our families and staff. Our goal has always been to provide DFW with the highest quality beers for any occasion, and this expansion allows us to keep that promise.“
The brewery’s expansion includes 8,000 sq. feet of new production space, a larger 2,000 sq foot Taproom and a new canning line. The brewery will begin canning select beers, including Lakewood Lager, Rock Ryder and a new session IPA, Hopochondria starting in April. Continue reading
CBD Provisions and Texas craft brewery Lakewood Brewing Co. collaborate for one-night only on an evening celebrating the best of modern Texas fare paired with award-winning craft brews.
Menu highlights include Lakewood Brewing Co.’s La Dame Du Lac, a Biere de Garde, or strong pale ale. The beer is no longer in production and boasts rustic, tart notes and a dry finish. It will be paired with a selection of house-made provisions including fresh cheese, sausages, and smoked fish. The Holiday Bonus, a seasonal porter with a semi-sweet chocolate finish, will be paired with roasted and fresh vegetables and raclette from Eagle Mountain Farmhouse Cheese in Texas Hill Country.
Lakewood Brewing Co.’s Greta Wise will be on hand to speak to the beers being served and answer guest questions. $65.00 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Tuesday, March 10; evening begins at 6pm. Reservations are required.
The full menu includes: Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
As NTX Beer week continues, last night was definitely a gem in its hat as two beloved breweries came together and made magic happen along with the boys at LUCK in Trinity Groves.
The dinner was nothing short of breath taking, as LUCK understands beer and pairings extremely well. Each course met with a different beer, culminating to a collaborative brew of both Rahr and Lakewoods making. The meeting of beer minds is nothing particularly new to this industry, but it is always a little special when two local breweries, this time one from Dallas the other Fort Worth, come together and make a special kind of love. This particular brew is a Belgian-style dubbel. Balanced, smooth and malty sweet with a hint of spice from the Belgian yeast. Continue reading