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Old 11-08-2013, 03:12 PM   #1
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I'll be in Dallas all next week, staying near DFW Airport. Was wondering if anyone could provide some recommendations on breweries or brew pubs to check out.

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Old 11-08-2013, 07:32 PM   #2
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Here are a few I recommend.

Breweries
Deep Ellum Brewing Company - 2821 St Louis Street, Dallas
Peticolas Brewing Company - 2026 Farrington St, Dallas
Community Beer Company - 1530 Inspiration Dr, Dallas
Rahr & Sons Brewing Company - 701 Galveston Ave, Fort Worth

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Humperdinks Texas LLC - 6050 Greenville Ave, Dallas
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant - 8060 Park Ln, Dallas
Humperdinks Restaurant and Sports Bar - 2208 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas
The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium 14999 Montfort Drive, Dallas
The Ginger Man - 2718 Boll St, Dallas
World of Beer - 5600 SMU Blvd, Dallas

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Old 11-09-2013, 01:45 PM   #3
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You have to hit up The Common Table (in Uptown) and The Meddlesome Moth (in the Design District). Easily my favorite beer places in the city. Flying Saucer and Gingerman (previously mentioned) are good too.

Peticolas only does tours on the first and third Saturdays, but the others do them every weekend. DEBC also has a Thursday tour and Rahr also does a Wednesday tour.

If you're willing to go to Fort Worth for Rahr, you might as well go check out Martin House.

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Old 11-09-2013, 02:05 PM   #4
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All good recommendations.

You said staying near the airport. Probably a 5min drive you've got Uncle Bucks. It's a microbrewery steak house attached to bass pro shop. I think they have pretty good beer and consider them a hidden gem. Let me know what you think if you go.

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Great replies above. I also recommend visiting Craft and Growler in the Fair Park area- only 27 taps, but most are local. Drink by the pint or take a growler to the hotel. Or both.

By the way, Lakewood Temptess and Peticolas Velvet Hammer are must-haves in Dallas. They are worth hunting down.

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Lakewood Rock Ryder, too. Southern Star, Jester King and Revolver (esp Blood and Honey) if you're looking for some take home, or just plan on drinking a lot.

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Blood And Honey is an amazing American Wheat beer.

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Thanks guys. I'll let you know I'm able to get to.

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Hit Humpedinks last night, didn't realize it was a Big Horn Brewing chain. The beer wasn't horrible, but sucked drinking my IPA from a frosted mug.

Trying to get the group to hit either Meddlesome Moth or The Common Table for dinner tonight.

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It's the middle of North Texas Beer Week, lucky you! Common Table is pulling out some of their cellar beers at 5:30 and the Moth is doing a New Belgium La Folie tapping at 5:00.

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