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North Texas craft beer events for the week of May 19

Examiner picks of the week
Examiner picks of the week
The Wild Mushroom, Cook Hall, Deep Ellum Brewing Company

These days, a new week almost always means new beers, and this week is no exception. In terms of debuts, Cedar Creek will be rolling out Spinning Mule, their new coffee chocolate porter, all week long at Brewery Night events being hosted by area Ginger Man locations. As for old favorites, a check of the listings will show ample opportunities to get a taste of this year's batch of Rahr Summertime Wheat.

Dinner options are something else in abundance on the schedule, with various beer and food pairings featuring Deschutes, Four Corners, Full Sail, Harpoon and Rahr. Then again, nothing says beer and food like Deep Ellum's 4th Annual Brew-B-Q, happening Sunday at the brewery. Tickets for the latter are available in advance at a cost of $30 (plus fees).

Also worth a look is a special Memorial Day Tour happening on Saturday at Rabbit Hole. In addition to serving up their new seasonal, Wanderlust, the brewery has invited the guys from Independent Ale Works and the soon-to-be Shannon Brewing Company to join the fun and provide samples to attendees. Tickets are $15 (plus fees).

Monday, May 19

Tuesday, May 20

Wednesday, May 21

Thursday, May 22

Friday, May 23

Saturday, May 24

- Weekly brewery tours (each admission includes a logo glass)

- Events

  • Meddlesome Moth, Dallas - 12 p.m. - Special Tapping. Selections vary.
  • Rabbit Hole Brewing Co., Justin - 12 p.m. - Special Memorial Day Tour featuring guest brews on tap from Independent Ale Works and the Shannon Brewing Company ($15pp, purchase tickets here).
  • Flying Saucer on the Lake, Garland - 2 p.m. - Full Sail Tap Takeover & Cook Out featuring six of the brewery's bees and a limited bottle release.

Sunday, May 25

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