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Best DFW Bars With A Rotating Beer Menu

March 13, 2014 6:00 AM

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DFW is known as one of the best places to find great beers, especially from the variety of bars that offer local brews. Of course, if you are able to find a favorite bar or restaurant to frequent, it is possible to get tired of the same old beers, even if they are great. Luckily, there are many bars that offer great seasonal options. These are some of the best of those bars with a rotating beer menu.

Craft and Growler
3601 Parry Ave.
Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 821-1122
www.craftandgrowler.comCraft and Growler was founded in 2012 by husband and wife team Kevin and Cathrine. They quit their jobs as attorneys and decided to open a place where patrons could bring home growlers of locally brewed beer as well as regional brews that are not bottled. Their store now has the largest selection of growlers in the world. The menu of beers is constantly changing and features a lot of local beers brewed right in Dallas as well as other Texas beers, in addition to a small list of beers brewed in other states like California and New York.
Little Red Wasp
808 Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 877-3111
www.littleredwasp.comLittle Red Wasp Kitchen + Bar is located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. The restaurant boasts straightforward food and lots of beer and wine. The menu, which spotlights “knife-and-fork” sandwiches, goes great with the selection of almost 100 beers in bottles alone. That’s in addition to the wine list of more than 50 bottles. The atmosphere is casual and comfortable and the patio is a great place to enjoy a beer when the weather is nice.
Meddlesome Moth
1621 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 628-7900
www.mothinthe.netThe Meddlesome Moth is located in the Trinity Design District of Dallas, which is perfect for this eclectic restaurant and bar. They have a large rotating menu of beers that features 40 draught beers, two live ales and more than 85 bottles. The selection is always changing and the best part is, you won’t find the cheap, watered-down beers here. In fact, if you have seen a commercial for a beer, you probably won’t find it on the menu. The Meddlesome Moth offers local craft brews of great quality.Related:  Best Resources To Brew Beer At Home In DFW

The Common Table
2917 Fairmount St.
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 880-7414
www.thecommontable.comThe Common Table is a bar and restaurant that has nice service and good food to pair with a thoughtful but large selection of wine and beer. Every Monday night at 6 p.m., the Common Table offers beer dinners with a different menu every week. Four courses are paired with four beers and the dinners are offered at an affordable price in contrast to many other beer dinners in the area. You are likely to find live music on many days of the week and the schedule is updated on the website. If beer is what you’re interested in, you should check out the Brewsday Tuesday deal as well as the constantly rotating menu of draft beers.
Luck
3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 112
Dallas, TX 75212
(469) 250-0679
www.luckdallas.com

Luck stands for Local Urban Craft Kitchen and the mission of the owners is to provide a comfortable place for patrons to enjoy delicious food and cold beer. The owners source their food locally whenever possible and pull inspiration from regional comfort food while adding a little Texas flavor. One of the other main goals of the owners is to promote the craft beer industry by not only providing a rotating list of great beers, but also by using those beers in the food as well. The beers and dishes are also chosen to pair well with the beer selection that is offered.Related: Best Bars With Local Liquor And Brews In DFW
Kelsi Gerwell is a freelance writer covering all things Dallas-Fort Worth. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.
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