We want to create boundary-pushing styles of beer that make people take notice.

We have the ability to create many different styles of beer throughout the year without restraint. This means room for exploration, experimentation, and collaboration - exactly what craft beer drinkers love.

By aging some of our beers in foeders (large wooden tanks) and a variety of wine and spirit barrels, we'll create some truly unique and exciting flavors for Lake Highlands and North Texas.

 

Beer to go

Specialty beers, including wild and sour ales, will eventually be available in bottles.

Draught beers will be available to take home in crowlers (16-ounce cans) and growlers. 

 

on tap

Rather than keeping “flagship” beers on all the time, we'll feature a few staple styles on tap which will include:

  • IPA (Hazy, West Coast, Session)

  • Lagers (Pilsner, American Light Lager)

  • Saisons (Grisette, Table Beers)

  • Sours (Berliner Weisse, Gose)

  • Dark Beers (Stouts, Porters)

 

BEER COCKTAILS

We won't have liquor, but that doesn't limit us in the slightest. We'll have beer cocktails to make things even more interesting.

  • Michelada, a Bloody Mary with beer instead of vodka

  • Radler, a summery blend of beer and soda or beer and lemonade

  • Beer/Bro-mosas, champagne mixed with beer and juice

We’ll feature a variety of beers on tap, including a focus on sours, wild ales, and mixed culture fermentations.

We’ll feature a variety of beers on tap, including a focus on sours, wild ales, and mixed culture fermentations.

We will have a robust barrel-aging program, adding new and unique tastes to our specialty beers.

We will have a robust barrel-aging program, adding new and unique tastes to our specialty beers.

Enjoy something to eat and a fresh-brewed beer as you watch your next favorite chugging away.

Enjoy something to eat and a fresh-brewed beer as you watch your next favorite chugging away.


Already one of my favorite spots in DFW and it hasn’t even opened yet!
— Corey Pond, Owner - The Common Table