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Grapevine Craft Brewery

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Grapevine Craft Brewery ceases commercial distribution

Grapevine Craft Brewery has ceased commercial distribution of its own products, although it will still continue to brew under its own brand on a limited basis. The brewery has had enough success as North Texas Brewing that it will shift its full capacity to contract brewing for the growing North Texas market and the state’s craft brewing … Continue reading

North Texas Brewing opens

North Texas Brewing began last December as the state’s first dedicated contract brewing operation. Created as a subsidiary of Grapevine Craft Brewery, the company will utilize extra capacity from Grapevine’s new facility for the full-service production needs of other smaller and growing craft breweries. Organized by Grapevine Craft Brewery owner Gary Humble, North Texas Brewing provides their … Continue reading

North Texas breweries sue for direct sales

Two more North Texas brewers have again filed suit against the state of Texas, this time in an effort to allow direct sales from breweries. The owners of Deep Ellum Brewing (later joined by Grapevine Craft Brewery) claim that the restriction on breweries from selling direct to the public for off-premise consumption (that is, selling packaged … Continue reading

Grapevine Craft Brewery opens new facility

Grapevine Craft Brewery opened their new brewing facility located near Grapevine’s downtown this past weekend. The new 11,000-square-foot facility includes a new two-story taproom and ample outside space for a biergarten and stage, and should allow the brewery to more than quadruple its current capacity. Locating in Grapevine proper was envisioned from the start but facing zoning and … Continue reading

Three Nations Brewing opens

Three Nations Brewing opened this week in Farmers Branch, taking over the space formerly occupied by Grapevine Craft Brewery. In a negotiated deal, owners and brothers Gavin and Gianni Secchi purchased the location and the brewing equipment as Grapevine Craft Brewery constructed its own larger location close to downtown Grapevine. Brewer Gavin Secchi has worked with … Continue reading

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