Beginning with kick off keg taps Friday, Nov. 6, and concluding with a recovery brunch on Sunday, Nov. 15, North Texans will have hundreds of opportunities to toast North Texas (NTX) Beer Week at craft beer-loving venues across the region. NTX Beer Week also coincides with Untapped Music and Beer Festival Nov. 7 and the second annual Brewer’s Ball, Nov. 13.
“Whether you’re contemplating venturing outside of your light beer comfort zone, or you’re the guy that already knows the nuances of every beer style, NTX Beer Week is a place for any beer fan to expand their knowledge and palette for craft beer,” said Matt Dixon, the newly appointed Executive Director of NTX Beer Week. “North Texas’ brew scene is growing exponentially, and NTX Beer Week is here to showcase our nationally-recognized talent.” 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
by Steven Doyle
Wednesday, November 5, Malai Kitchen will host a special “Thai Me Up” dinner as part of North Texas Beer Week. The evening will highlight Malai’s portfolio of house-brewed, Asian-style beers inspired by owners Braden and Yasmin Wages’ travels through Southeast Asia. Chef Paul Singhapong of CrushCraft Thai will join Wages to create a six-course dinner with beer pairings. This is actually what has been an annual event, and the most authentic Thai-inspired meal you can have in Dallas. Continue reading