As a former Minnesotan, I know cold. Cold is when your face hurts from the wind. I understand that this sensation is quite foreign to Texans, therefore, I’ll cut you some slack. If you find it too cold, too rainy or even too hot outside to enjoy a beer, these breweries can serve you and your pooch inside.
3 Nations Brewing (Farmer’s Branch)
Three Nations Brewing makes great beer by combining ancient European brewing traditions with American innovation.
We recommend: Blood Orange Wit
Community Beer Company (Design District)
Community Beer Co is a local, award winning craft beer, handmade with a purpose: bringing people together from all walks of life through quality beer. They strive to be an integral part of the North TX community; a hub for diverse events and always supporting local artists, musicians, and charities whenever and wherever possible.
We recommend: Passiflora- White IPA with passionfruit
Four Bullets Brewery (Richardson)
Four Bullets brews traditional English ale with a Texas twist. Besides being known for their great beer, they are also known for hosting goat yoga!
We recommend: Two Pairs Pale Ale
Noble Rey Brewing (Dallas)
Noble Rey is a unique and forward thinking brew pub that opened Oct. 1, 2015 with six core beers. Today the year-round and seasonal beer selection include thirteen beers with new small batch beers being created every few weeks to be sold exclusively in the brewery taproom.
We recommend: Sex in a Canoe Light Lager
Oak Highlands Brewery (Northeast Dallas)
Oak Highlands Brewery is one of our personal favorites (they are even featured on our home page)! The beers are tasty, the atmosphere is laid-back and the dogs are welcomed.
We recommend: Charity German Alt-Style Ale (In the spirit of the name, OHB will donate 10% of the sales of Charity to a rotating non-profit on a quarterly basis.)
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