The best breweries in Dallas TX and the Fort Worth area offer tons of varieties of beer to sample. These breweries care about their communities, too, and they are proud of their Texas roots. This means they craft beers with care and only serve the best to their customers. Lagers, ales, pilsners, and stout — you can find them all and everything in between at the venues below. Okay, we’ll admit, there is one cidery in the mix, but there’s nothing better than a serving of fruit with a kick. Read on to find out more about the best breweries in Dallas TX.
Open house at Deep Ellum occurs every Saturday from 12:00-3PM. You $15 tickets gets you three full pints of beer and a souvenir glass. The Easy Peasy IPA is the go-to for non-beer drinkers, while the Deep Ellum Larger’s earthy aroma will intrigue long-time beer drinkers.
The name says it all at Community Beer, which is why its staff offers an array of events and activities in addition to tons of great beer on tap. Trivia, yoga, tastings, and tours are all available. As for brews, the Mosaic IPA is a fan favorite.
Peticolas opens its brewhouse doors on the first and third Saturday of each month from 1 to 3PM. The taproom, on the other hand, is open Thursday to Sunday, where you can sample award-winning beers like Velvet Hammer and Golden Opportunity.
Four Corners welcomes you to their new digs in the Cedars with more space … and more beer. Stop by to be a part of the new chapter and sample new sips or fall in love with old favorites. Local Buzz is a favorite if you need a recommendation to get started.
903 offers Saturday tours, but this spot is more of a hangout than an experience. The award-winning beer is some of the best in north Texas. Sasquatch Imperial Chocolate Milk Stout is the one to try. One sip and you’ll be hooked.
The first cidery in DFW, Bishop Cider Co. serves up hard cider exclusively. The tasting room will tantalize you with fermenting apples while the Cidercade will provide hours of entertainment with over 80 arcade games and a full tap of ciders.
Belgian brews in Texas? President and founder Wim Bens was born in Belgium but moved to North Texas when he was 7. He brews small batch beers with unique flavors and creative twists. Year-round favorites are Hop Trapp and Rock Ryder.
A tour of Revolver gets you not only the standard pint glass and beer tastings, but live music and the sage wisdom of a brewing genius. With more than 25 beers on tap, your first stop should be Blood & Honey, a deep golden ale with blood orange zest.
Grapevine has a regular rotation of food trucks that stop by, so you can get the perfect snack with cold, fresh beer. They also host unique events like beer and Oreo pairings, fitness classes, and trivia. What to drink? Sir William’s or Monarch.
Tours and tastings are offered Thursdays 6 to 8PM and Saturdays 2 to 5PM. This is more of an open house where you can stay as long as you like. They have plenty of outdoor space, but bring your own chairs. The Imperial Texan is perfectly refreshing with its 9% abv.
The best breweries in Dallas TX are serving great suds. Plan your next outing here:
Assistant Editor Ciara is a DC native and East Coast roamer with degrees in both English Professional Writing and Drama & Theatre Studies from Elon University. She's written for a variety of publications including Highway 64, Travel Writing at Elon, and Odyssey. More of her work can be found at ciaracorcoran.com.