Dogfish Head 120 Minute Tapping and Ancient Ale Night
We’re tapping Dogfish Head 120 Minute, Theobroma, Red & White, Sah’Tea, Etrusca, and Midas Touch. Join us in the celebration of Dogfish Head’s Ancient Ales.
Starting at 6 pm until supplies run out, $23 will get you:
We have a maximum of 48 glasses available, which will only be available with the $23 bundle above. They will be available on a “first come, first serve” basis, so come as early as you can.
After glasses run out, “choose your own” Dogfish Head flights will be available for $19, one of which may be 120 Minute IPA .
If you don’t want the glass or a flight, you can just get a glass of 120 Minute IPA (price TBD). However, there will be no growler fills of 120 Minute IPA unless some remains at 9 pm (unlikely, but possible).
Wednesday, August 20
Firestone Walker Parabola and Stickee Monkee Tapping and Keep-the-Glass
We’re tapping Firestone’s legendary Parabola and Stickee Monkee, as well as some other goodies. Buy a pint, keep the glass.
Wednesday, August 27
Oxygen is the mortal enemy of fresh, delicious beer. The moment beer leaves the loving confines of the keg oxidation sets in. The result is flat beer that makes you sad. Our patent pending method of filling growlers keeps beer fresh and happy longer.
Our "beer gun" (cool huh) injects CO2 into the growler before the first drop of beer flows. As the beer rises the CO2 creates a protective barrier that keeps that pesky O2 at bay. Cap it quickly and you have a growler of fine craft beer that should keep fresh at least two weeks without opening. After opening, you've got 24-48 hours.
In the old days you went to your local pub and filled up a tin bucket to-go. The buckets had lids because no one likes spilled beer. As the beer sloshed the escaping CO2 would make the lids "growl". They called it "rushing the growler" because guys were rushing to get their bubbling buckets of beer home before it got flat. Or that could be completely wrong, because other people say it's called a growler for the way customers "growled" when their barkeep only filled their container half way.
Either way, you won't find tin buckets or shifty barkeeps here. Just all kinds of cool growlers waiting to be filled to the top with fresh, delicious, local and hard to find beers.Visit Our Store
Our emphasis is local beers from DFW and Texas. You'll also find a few notable brews from farther afield. Generally, we try to carry beers that can't be found in 12 oz cans or bottles, especially draft-only beers.
Dominated by a strong dose of bittering hops, IPAs are named for the long journey from England to India.
Made from wheat, this unfiltered beer hails from Bavaria, Germany.
A sweet, relatively strong, and lightly hopped lager of German origin.
Fermented and conditioned at low temperatures, Bocks, Pilsners and Marzens are all styles of Lager.
A descendent of Brown beer, a well-hopped beer made from brown malt, Porters got their name as a result of their popularity with street and river porters.
A dark beer made using roasted malt or barley.
in November 2012. Formerly investors in a local brewery, Kevin & Cathrine quit their careers as patent attorneys, and jumped into the beer business by creating a place where you can bring home growlers of local and regional microbrews that are not bottled. Since then, they have expanded their store by carrying the largest selection of growlers in the world, and a huge assortment of beer-related stuff.
We've hosted numerous fundraisers and donated a percentage of our proceeds to non-profits and community groups. Each week, we host "Non-Profit Tuesday", in which a percentage of our proceeds are donated to a selected non-profit or community group.
We're always looking for a way to help out so if you've got a cause that needs to raise money - GIVE US A GROWL.
3601 Parry Avenue
Dallas, Texas, 75226
Tue - Fri: 2:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sat: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sun: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm