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Deep Ellum Brewing
A business is brewing in Deep Ellum, Texas... Dedicated to making extraordinary beers and supporting all things local. Drink the Deep!
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Deep Ellum Brewing Dec 5
On December 5th, 1933, Prohibition was repealed and the artistry of craft fermentation officially returned. Let's raise a glass to
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Deep Ellum Brewing Dec 5
Deep Ellum Brewing fans, we want to show you a little more behind the scenes at the brewery. Here we are filtering beer samples from tanks to be analyzed in our quality control lab. What’s your favorite part of the beer making process?
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Deep Ellum Brewing Nov 14
Replying to @chuck_barrineau
Amazing!
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Deep Ellum Brewing Nov 14
Replying to @nlpracing @BWWings
We call it our "hazy enough" IPA
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Do512 Nov 4
ICYMI: Our staff Happy Hours are more fun, cuz we always use them as opportunities to try new brews! This time around, we sampled the new Blind Lemon hard seltzer from ! Read our thoughts here.
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Deep Ellum Brewing Nov 14
Big thanks to the legendary , & for throwing a f***ing epic party last Sunday.
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Do512 Nov 13
Some people hit the road to visit the fam for Turkey Day. For the rest of us, there’s Friendsgiving! Grab a case of ’s Blind Lemon and enjoy the holiday with your BFFs. Here’s some ideas for the special occasion.
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Deep Ellum Brewing Aug 10
Replying to @RailBirdRodney
Time to get some ponies!
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Deep Ellum Brewing Jun 17
Breweries will be able to sell Beer-to-Go in Texas starting Sept 1, same date as our annual home-brew competition. Mark your calendars - it's gonna be a good day. Thanks and beer-to-go supporters!
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Visit Dallas May 23
Make it a very Sunday funday with cold suds, buds and BBQ. 🍻 The welcomes you to their 9th annual BrewBQ in the heart of Deep Ellum.
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Deep Ellum Brewing May 18
Let’s not forget that he also voted against beer to go. Not equally as important, but a change is def brewing!
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Charles Schwertner May 9
Take-home sales are legal for Texas wineries, distilleries, and brewpubs, but not breweries. Texas is the ONLY STATE in the entire country where this is the case. Let’s and pass on
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Dawn Buckingham May 8
Go figure... is the ONLY state that doesn’t allow ! With a compromise that doesn’t change how much a brewery can sell only how they can sell it, who can be against the independence and entrepreneurial sprit of our ?
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Texas Craft Brewers Guild Apr 29
With the bill & now passed in the House & making their way over to the Senate, we'd like to thank the bipartisan group of Senators who have already demonstrated great support for by signing on to .
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Deep Ellum Brewing Apr 28
Despite having (what we thought to be) a good convo with Chief of Staff Gibson, voted against Beer-to-go. Sadly misguided, but we will return the favor with a vote against him.
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Texas Craft Brewers Guild Apr 25
Can’t join us at the Capitol today for the vote & amendment proposal? Keep calling/tweeting and watch the livestream here:
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Texas Craft Brewers Guild Apr 23
Even with 14,500+ petition signatures, Bipartisan hasn't even received a committee hearing. So, our shot to comes this Thurs w/ an amendment to . Please go to . Urge your Rep to VOTE YES on a Amendment!
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Deep Ellum Brewing Apr 23
This is our last chance for Beer-to-go!!
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CraftPAC Apr 12
, Texans are speaking up and they want to pass and ! Our petition in support of & topped 14,000 signatures today because it's a common sense issue legal for manufacturing breweries in all 49 other states.
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Deep Ellum Brewing Apr 9
Texas craft breweries are forbidden by law from selling six-packs or growler fills. In signing this petition we are urging TX legislatures to take action and legalize to-go sales. Support Beer-To-Go!
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