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Martin House Shows Us a Thing or Two About Love

beerby Kevin Deweber

When I was in my early teens, I was trying to figure out my personal tastes and interests. I made it as far as: “I don’t like beans in my chili, and I REALLY like boobies.” But I was beginning to form an understanding of what I liked culturally as well. It was around that time, that late one night, as I laid in bed listening to 94.5, something…weird came through my speakers. It wasn’t the music of another Seattle Sounder, or the death rattle of an 80’s band trying desperately to remain relevant. It was angst, and passion, blues, and punk rock. It was like the love child of Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Ramones made sweet, sweet love to Reverend Horton Heat. It hit all notes, musically, and emotionally. A wild man piped out sounds I didn’t know a person could make. He mispronounced things, he twanged and howled through choruses, the bass and drum being omnipresent, hypnotic, and relentless. The guitar riffs, piercing and visceral. That was the first time I heard “Possum Kingdom” by The Toadies. I was hooked.  Continue reading

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LUCK And Martin House Brewing Company At Central Market July 13

luckby Steven Doyle

Martin House Brewing Company is a new brewery in Fort Worth and today they send word that they will be joining forces of the guys from LUCK  (Local Urban Craft Kitchen), a craft beer inspired kitchen and bar that is soon to open in Trinity Groves, for a marvelous cooking demonstration at Central Market in Fort Worth.    Continue reading

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Luck Is Catering Martin House Brewing Company Tour This Saturday

luckby Steven Doyle

The local brewery that brought the breakfast beer to life, one brewed with honey and milk sugar, Martin House Brewing Company in Fort Worth started their tours up this past week. We love a good brewery tour. Martin’s tour costs $10 and includes a commemorative pint glass, three beer tickets and a whole lot of loving.   Continue reading

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