7 Activities For Beer Enthusiasts To Enjoy This Fall

 

August 2019

In partnership with Smart City Apartment Locating. Original blog post here.

Dallas is quickly becoming a beer-lover’s paradise, with new breweries popping up all the time! And while white wine seems fitting for the summers, beer and cider are more fitting once the leaves start changing and football returns. So we got thinking - what fun beer-focused activities are taking place?!


Dallas Observer Brewfest

September 7

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Dallas Observer Brewfest

Dallas Observer’s BrewFest is back for its 9th year on Saturday, September 7th at the Dallas Farmers Market. It will be the third year that Smart City Locating is sponsoring – look out for the official BrewFest x Smart City koozie and stop by their booth where they will be talking all things apartments and giving out free swag!

And the event itself? You can sample over 500 local, international and craft beers. While there will be food for purchase, including corny dogs, pizza and tacos, you’ll probably want to spend your time (and calories) sampling beers too!

And for tickets, purchase the “Beer Me Pack,” a 4-pack of General Admission tickets and save $40 (limited availability) OR use discount code “SMARTCITY19” to purchase single General Admission tickets for $35 each until September 1st!

7-10 pm | $35+ | DALLAS FARMER’S MARKET | TICKETS


PINT GLASS BLOWING

September 14 & 28

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pint glass blowing

Dallas Glass Art in the Design District is hosting “Hot Glass & Cold Beer classes” through the end of September! Choose between a stemless wine glass or beer glass, and then blow the glass yourself! When your glass is ready for pick-up, you’ll also receive a token for neighboring Pegasus City Brewery to redeem a cold beer in your new glass!

1-3 pm | $80 | DESIGN DISTRICT | TICKETS



Brew at the zoo

September 13

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brew at the zoo

Brew at the Zoo is an annual, adults-only event taking place on Friday, September 13th! Sample beers and ciders from over 30 local and national breweries and enjoy animal encounters, games, and music by DJ Natural Hiiigh. All proceeds support the Dallas Zoo’s conservation efforts!

7-10 pm | $55 | OAK CLIFF | TICKETS


Beer and Cheese Pairing Class

October 3

Beer and Cheese Pairing Class

The Mozzarella Company in Deep Ellum produces almost 200,000 pounds of cheese a year and each and every cheese is made by hand! The evening will begin with a beer and cheese cocktail party with an assortment of brews and fresh and aged cheeses. Then you can take a tour to learn the BTS of the Mozzarella Company!

6:30-8:30 pm | $50 | Deep Ellum | TICKETS



6-pack trail Tour

ongoing dates

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6-pack trail tour

The 6-Pack Trail offers several tours on which you bike to craft breweries in Dallas (or in Fort Worth) and enjoy a 6-pack of 8 oz. tastings! The tours are offered 1-2 times each month, and include 6 stops and some grub. Note that you’ll need to bring your own bike or rent one through Local Hub Bicycle Company.

11 am | $55 | MULTIPLE LOCATIONS | TICKETS


Addison Oktoberfest

September 19-22

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Addison Oktoberfest

This annual festival is in its 32nd year, bringing the biggest Oktoberfest celebration to the Southwest! From polka to pretzels to a giant beer hall to authentic German fare and lederhosen to live music and games, and more! It’s a festival not to forget and is family friendly too!

$10 | free on thursday and sunday | ADDISON | TICKETS



Braindead BRewery’s FESTICLE

Braindead Brewery’s Festicle

The fifth annual Festicle, a celebration of bad ass beer, returns to BrainDead Brewing on Saturday, November 2nd! Show up to the lot next to BrainDead for music, bites, and really “interesting” brews. What does “interesting” mean? You could taste brews that are unreleased, funky, sour, unique, or simply, Dallas’ best!

2-6 pm | $40 | Deep Ellum | TICKETS


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