Food and beer fans, rejoice. On May 31, Lovers Seafood and Market is popping up at Texas Ale Project for a special one-night dinner. Executive Chef Aaron Staudenmaier will be cooking up four delicious courses, while the beer wizards at Texas Ale Project select the perfect pairing for each. Served in the brewery’s tap room, it will be a fun night—perfect for groups of friends, casual dates and anyone looking to enjoy the final hours of May. Continue reading →
Texas Ale Project is celebrating its 2nd-year Anniversary party, TAP FEST, and it will be the biggest and best celebration hosted at the brewery to date with affordable ticket prices and three bands. The event is Saturday, April 29, 2017 12:00-7:00p. Continue reading →
Texas Ale Project announced that their ales are now available in cans and sold at local retail outlets. The canning effort is three months ahead of schedule and will initially offer two of the Dallas brewery’s best-selling beers.
Texas Ale Project launched Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale and 50 FT Jackrabbit IPA, both in cans. The canned beers are available for purchase in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, and Denton counties through local retailers including Corner Stop, Goody Goody, Kroger, Market Street, Lakewood Medallion, Parkit Market, Payless Convenience (located across from the brewery), PK’s, Po-Go’s, Sigels Specs, Total Wine,Whole Foods and more. Check their websitefor drink for a map of locations. Continue reading →