Denton’s Armadillo Ale Works closed this past weekend, citing ongoing financial difficulties related to the recent pandemic. Continue reading
Toasty Bros of Denton received official licensing this past weekend, allowing them to legally begin brewing and distributing despite not having a physical brewery. Their beers will be brewed under contract at Grapevine’s Hop & Sting Brewery until resources can be secured for a permanent location. At present, the brewery is the sole operation of … Continue reading
Armadillo Ale Works opened their permanent facility in Denton this week. The new brewery is located in a refurbished railway grain warehouse just east of downtown near the Denton Transit Center. Continue reading
Opening in 2014 as Denton’s first craft brewery, Audacity Brew House closed permanently this past weekend, citing financial concerns. Continue reading
Barley & Board opened this week as the first independent brewpub to operate in Denton. Located directly on the historic county square in the old Texas Building, the new gastropub is a joint project among owners John “Sparky” Pearson, Eric Pulido and actor Jason Lee. Derrick Rima of Four Corners Brewing Company will act as head brewer and … Continue reading
Audacity Brew House opened in an industrial park in Denton with a grand opening celebration this weekend. A local UNT graduate, owner Scott Lindsey hired Doug Smith as his head brewer, a former brewer at Colorado’s Fort Collins Brewery.