Grab a Beer at Dallas’ Best Breweries

A woman pours a beer at a Dallas brewery

Ready for a cold one? Whether you’re looking for a hazy IPA or a fruit-forward sour, Dallas’ diverse beer scene is sure to deliver. Take a load off and check out these four breweries, all of which are brewing up something special.

White Rock Alehouse & Brewery

After exploring the trails at nearby White Rock Lake, make your way to this East Dallas brewery. In addition to featuring a roomy patio and beer garden that’s ideal for warm-weather days, this laid-back spot brews everything from a Mexican-style lager to a hazelnut chocolate milk stout. Hungry? The diverse food menu touts dishes like the poblano mac-n-cheese and the chicken pesto flatbread.

Community Beer Co.

IPA lovers should flock to this award-winning brewery in Dallas’ Design District to order the well-balanced Mosaic IPA. Along with stellar suds, Community Beer Co. hosts frequent events, which range from trivia nights and brewery tours to yoga. And if you ever need something to nosh on, step out back and keep your eyes peeled for the food trucks that regularly stop by the taproom. 

Oak Cliff Brewing

Since opening in Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood in 2018, this community-focused brewery has quickly become a city favorite. The Hefeweizen is the perfect refreshment on a warm Dallas day, and the eye-catching taproom features murals done by a local artist.

Peticolas Brewing Co.

If you’re hoping to pair your beer with a game of ping-pong, then Peticolas Brewing Co. should be your destination. Along with showing off your table tennis skills, you can try your hand at foosball, catch a soccer game on the TV, or take the $10 tour, which includes a branded glass and three redeemable beer tokens. Be sure to use one for a taste of the Velvet Hammer, an imperial red ale that packs a powerful (yet delicious) punch. 

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