Flying Saucer Draught Emporium is now open in The Sound at Cypress Waters. The Saucer was established in 1995 and the newest location of the popular beer-focused destination features an entirely new food menu made from scratch and fast casual service tailored to the modern, urban city-center lifestyle. Continue reading →
The good people who own Flying Saucer and Bird Cafe have plenty of nifty brew events on the near horizon. We have a list so you may make plans accordingly. Also note that both Bird Café and all DFW Saucers will host world-renowned beer expert and author, Stephen Beaumont for a series of locally focused tastings and book signings of his new book “Pocket Beer Guide 2015: The World’s Best Craft and Traditional Beers,” during the first week of October. For all Flying Saucer events check out their website for more details. Continue reading →
There are a few upcoming opportunities to hoist a pint in the name of breasts. So wear your favorite pink ribon and supprt these establishments doing their part to save lives.
Bolsa Loves Your Chest
Tonight in honor of breast cancer awareness month Bolsa will be mixing five different pink cocktails for $5 from 5pm until close. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Continue reading →
One of the signature events at Addison’s Oktoberfest is Thursday night’s MassKrug competition. Four semi-finalists will compete – holding a 1 liter stein full of beer for as long as they can without spilling a drop. The final winner holds their beer the longest and will a trip to a California Oktoberfest (airfare for two, hotel, and the works).
The game hails from Germany, where it is played at festivals, in biergartens, and even in grade schools. Masskrugstemmen has caught on here in America in the past few years, with regional and national competitions being held around the country. A liter of beer weighs about 5 pounds. Continue reading →
It’s Friday the 13th and for some superstitious types might considered this day unlucky. But we have sampled a few dishes this week that with even the smallest shred of luck you might want to sample and turn all that Bad Joss around. Continue reading →