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 inaugural 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.

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Community Beer Co.

Local. Handmande. Award-winning. Are all adjectives that describe what Community Beer Co. is all about. Like the company's name, Community Beer Co. strives to be an integral part of the North Texas community and we couldn't be more thrilled to have them at Brews on Bois d' Arc this year!

Community Beer Co.
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Oak Highlands Brewery

Beer Above All. Oak Highlands Brewery is a production brewery and taproom in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas, Texas. Oak Highlands Brewery has a 2,200-square foot production area with new floors that are sloped to drains.  They operate a fully automated 3-vessel, 30-barrel brewhouse that was manufactured in 2015 by Alpha Brewing Operations out of Lincoln, Nebraska. For a complete list of their beers, please visit

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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Tupps Brewery

We are super excited to announce that Mckinney-based, TUPPS Brewery will be appearing at our inaugural event on October 5. The TUPPS core lineup is wonderfully balanced and includes something for everyone. The National Standard is a light American Ale and is go-to summer beer for the lake, pool or dinner party. Their IPA is brewed with citra, galaxy and mosaic hops, and bursts with tropical aromas. Another core beer that will sure get your attention is the Rising Hope. This American Ale is brewed with real, organic Pink Guava fruit purée. TUPPS Brewery partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation for this brew. There are six different can designs per 6 pack. The people on each can are meant to symbolize someone who has been affected by breast cancer — the patient, the mother, the friend, the husband, the doctor and so on. For more information about TUPPS and where you can purchase their beer, please visit

Martin House Brewing Company

We are excited to announce that Martin House Brewing Company will be attending “Brews on Bois d’ Arc” on October 5th. The Martin House Brewing Company is a team of brewers, explorers and dreamers. They strive to create beer that becomes an extension of their lifestyle, made in Texas by Texans. Through good ingredients and good people, each of their brews pairs perfectly with life’s memorable moments. We are excited to have them! For more information about Martin House Brewing Co., please visit

Austin Eastciders
Martin House Brewing

Austin Eastciders

Every occasion is a cider occasion! We are excited to announce that Austin Eastciders will be participating in the inaugural event in Downtown Forney. 

Austin Eastciders launched in 2013 with the goal of making America fall in love with cider all over again. Since creating their Original Dry cider, they have experimented with other styles of cider to add new cider lovers into the fold. Texas Honey, Hopped, Pineapple and Blood Orange are just the beginning. Thier collaboratory where you can try all five flavors along with some special edition ciders is open on the east side of Austin and also available in stores across DFW. For more information, please visit