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When Dutch became the Social Chair of Sigma Chi, we knew we would have to get him into the Dallas beer scene to train his taste buds.
Good Neighbors Brewery in Wylie
Actually, Dutch begs to go everywhere with us.
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Dutch is a party animal.
As long as it doesn’t interrupt his naptime(s), his 6:30pm bedtime or his 8:00am wake up time.
Classic frat boy. 😂
Rolling into this North Texas brewery at 3:00pm was a perfect activity for him pre-bedtime.
And Mom & Dad enjoyed ourselves too! We ❤️ beer. And they had the good stuff.
The great thing about North Texas’ beer scene is that it’s not limited to some random warehouse in Deep Ellum.
We have some pretty awesome breweries shooting off from any direction of Downtown Dallas.
And if you direct your GPS to the northeast of Dallas, you’ll land upon a brewery in Wylie Texas. Yep, Wylie.
They’ve got a cool indoor and outdoor space, food trucks, good people, great convo and its even dog friendly! Yay!
Here’s what the beer line up is:
- Slim Sweetness, a blonde ale clocking 5.6% alcohol content that Bresnan describes as Good Neighbor’s “gateway craft beer”
- Nickelville IPA, a full-bodied, 8.6% ABV brew expected to be the brewery’s flagship
- Jackalope Stout, an easy-drinking dark beer (4.2% ABV) that’s perfect as a gloomy-day beverage, Bresnan says
- M’Rye,ah, a rye ale named for the couple’s daughter
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