If you want to have a craft-beer inspired event, the most important thing you must have is the craft beer! We have been working for many months on assembling a list of local breweries who would want to be a part of this event. 

Texas Ale Project

Texas Ale Project is a veteran & family-owned and operated craft brewery that opened in November 2014. David Stevens has been a successful Texas entrepreneur for most of his life and today he leads up Business Development for the brewery. Kat Thompson, CEO, and her husband, Brent Thompson, Head Brewer, are also a military family. Sure to be favorite at the event includes their 50 FT Jackrabbit IPA. Check out their website:

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Trinity Cider Co.

Opened on October 12th, 2018 with a huge Grand Opening Party, Trinity Cider immediately became a favorite hang-out for the local Deep Ellum Community. In 2019, over 8,000 sakè bombs were done at Trinity Cider setting the world record for Cider Sakè Bombs by a huge margin. As far as we know. Check out their website:

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Revolver Brewing

From the beginning, we were inspired by the 1847 COLT WALKER. More than a gun, this first-of-its-kind collaboration showed the power of bringing together different ideas to create something unique and lasting. A TRUE ORIGINAL, it is a symbol of the TEXAS INGENUITY we aim to capture in every BEER we brew. Check out their website:

Four Corners Brewing Company

Always considered to be on a craft beer journey, Four Corners Brewery was launched in Dallas, Texas in 2009. Throughout the last decade, the brewery has been dedicated to making “better beer” through innovation, raw ambition, wild creativity, new traditions and entrepreneurial passion.

Most of all, the group was fascinated by the cultural value brewers have added to Dallas. They’ve brought a diverse group of people together to celebrate a common passion. Their fans have been tribal and welcoming. While Dallas was a craft beer desert, they have made it their goal to elevate craft beer culture in their community. Four Corners took inspiration from their neighborhood roots and created a place where local flavor could intersect craft brewing. For more information about Four Corners Brewing Company, please visit

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Lakewood Brewing

Lakewood Brewing Company

What started out as a hobby quickly grew into a business plan. We sold our first keg of beer on August 4th, 2012. Since then, we've released over 26 different, award-winning brews including year-round favorites, seasonals, and small-batch limited brews such as our Legendary and Seduction Series. Our flagship brew, an imperial milk stout named The Temptress, has steadily seduced craft beer drinkers all over the Metroplex. Check out their website:

Altstadt Brewery

Located in historic Fredericksburg, Texas, Altstadt Brewery is a unique destination to enjoy world-class beer, listen to live music, take in a Texas sunset from the Biergarten and savor delicious food all in a Bavarian-inspired environment! View their website:

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Rahr & Sons Brewing Company

In ten years, Rahr has exponentially grown its brewing capacity from 2,000 barrels a year to 20,000 barrels a year. The brewery has won over 50 nationally-recognized awards, including a Bronze Medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival, a Silver Medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Festival, a Bronze Medal at the 2008 World Beer Cup for Bucking Bock, and was the 2009 National Grand Champion at the United States Beer Tasting Championship for Iron Thistle. Check out their website:


Manhattan Project Beer Company

The Manhattan Project Beer Company is a craft beer production facility with a taproom, coffee bar, and scratch kitchen! Their beer leans towards IPAs, Belgians, and stouts. Check them out:

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Hop & Sting Brewing Company

The name Hop and Sting pays homage to the tale of the Frog and the Scorpion. In this story, both creatures stay true to their nature despite knowing the consequences could be dire. While this story does not have a happy ending, it poses an interesting question: Do we play it safe while denying what is in our hearts, or do we risk it all to do what's in our nature? We started Hop and Sting Brewing Company because brewing great beer is our top priority. Our focus is on the quality of our beer and the experience it brings to the beer drinker. To do this, we are willing to risk it all. Why? It's our nature to brew. Check them out at