Dallas Cowboys Fan Sets Jersey Ablaze, Then Wears ItA die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan is recovering after a losing bet left him with second and third degree burns. 
Anheuser-Busch Hears Feedback, But Stands By NFL DealAnheuser-Busch, one of the NFL's largest advertisers, is taking feedback from consumers about recent national anthem protests. However, the company stands by its sponsorship of the league.
Pennsylvania Brewery Names Newest Beer 'Dallas Sucks'A brewery filled with Eagles fans in Pennsylvania has a clear message for Cowboys supporters, and they put it right on the beer can. The newest creation from the Weyerbacher Brewing Company has been named 'Dallas Sucks.'
Canadian Restaurant Chain Moxie's Opens In DallasMoxie’s - Uptown is the Canadian restaurant chain’s first location in the US. Located on McKinney Avenue and just steps away from the free M-Line Trolley, they offer both a casual and cultivated dining experience, perfect for enjoying some of the best burgers and beers Dallas has to offer
Man Burned By Caustic Beer Awarded $750K By JuryA man whose esophagus and stomach were severely burned after drinking a beer tainted by a caustic chemical at an Atlantic City casino restaurant has been awarded $750,000.
Inside The Legal Draft Beer CompanyThe Legal Draft beer company, founded in Arlington by a trial lawyer and logistics professional, serves up beers brewed by their in house German Brewmaster, Henryk Orlik.
Anheuser-Busch Delivering Canned Water To Arlington Red CrossAnheuser-Busch recently announced that they had stopped canning beer at their brewery in Georgia to produce cans of water to ship to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Well, today three truckloads of water will roll into Arlington.
Craft Brewers Bitter Over Beer BillSome craft brewers say a new beer bill could end up costing people in D-FW whether they drink or not.
City Of Dallas Zoning Commission Considers Midnight 'Curfew' For BarsImposing a so-called “bar curfew,” a new proposal in Dallas could force some late-night spots to close a few hours early.
Woman Gave Up Beer For Lent, Wins Case Hauled By ClydesdalesA South Texas woman who says she gave up beer for Lent then won a case of Budweiser delivered to her home by a team of Clydesdales.
Sierra Nevada Brewery Issues 36-State Recall Of Select BeersSierra Nevada Brewing Co. announced a recall Sunday of certain 12-ounce bottles of its pale ales, IPA's and other beers after detecting a packaging flaw that could cause a piece of glass to break off into the bottle.
Sierra Nevada Beer RecallA list of the products under the recall advisory.
Gold Bud Light Cans Offer Chance At Lifetime Super Bowl TicketsBud Light is offering beer drinkers who find special gold cans a chance to win tickets to the Super Bowl for the rest of their lives.
Fort Worth Brewery Raises Money For Police OfficersLocated just southeast of downtown Fort Worth, Wild Acre Brewing Co. will raise a glass or two along with funds for the city's police department this weekend.
MLB Wants Cans Banned At Toronto's Rogers CentreThe MLB has spoken with the Blue Jays about banning cans from Rogers Centre and wants officials in Canada to prosecute the fan who threw a beer at Baltimore outfielder Hyun Soo Kim during the AL wild card game.