Three Dallas-made beers to drink this summer
Long gone are the days when we paid for our Bud Light with the change found on the car floor. (But thank you, Jetta, for all the quarters you brought forth.)
A new era for brewing has arrived in Dallas, which has turned us into--dare we say--beer snobs.
Check out three of our favorite local breweries:
Deep Ellum Brewing Company Since 2011, the Deep Ellum-based brewery has proudly produced unique beers with great flavors and even better names. Check out the Wealth and Taste, a seasonal golden ale that has a hint of Muscat grape juice for a subtle sweetness. 2823 St. Louis St.
Four Corners Brewing Company There’s no lack of flavor choices at this Trinity Groves mainstay--five craft beers are always on tap along with one seasonal brew. Check out Red’s Roja, a sweet and bitter aroma-packed red ale, or the Paletero, a classic pale ale with hints of grapefruit and pine. 423 Singleton Blvd.
Peticolas Brewing Company Next time you're in the Design District, stop by to try their four year-round beers, or just grab a pilsner of their seasonal brew at any of the 200-plus local bars that have a PBC tap. Try the Thrilla in Brazilla, a delightful World Cup-inspired IPA that's as delicious as Graham Zusi. 2026 Farrington St.