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Community Beer Company | Texas Beer Guide

Community Beer Company

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Community Beer Company

1530 Inspiration Dr., Suite 200

Dallas, TX  75207

214-751-7921

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Community Beer Company offers high-quality craft beer to the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex.

We enjoy sessionable beer — meaning beer you can enjoy on a regular basis — and will offer several year-round offerings. However, we also like to “push the envelope” and create dynamic beers that connoisseurs and “Beer Nerds” will love. We’ve selected our favorite classic styles from different countries around the world and have perfected our own versions; we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Our state-of-the-art brewery is centrally located near downtown Dallas. We sit right on Stemmons Freeway, across from the AmericanAirlinesCenter and on the edge of the Design District.

We wanted a central location so that we can be an integral part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth community. Many events will be offered at the brewery including tours, music and art shows, charitable events, BeerSchool, pre-AAC events, sporting activities, and more.

The brewery can also be rented to accommodate your special event. With over 21,000 square feet of space, including our spacious taproom and event center (Phase II opens in late Spring), there is plenty of room to host your group! Contact us for more information on renting the brewery.

We look forward to having you out often to enjoy our quality craft beer with us! For more information on happenings at the brewery and around town, please visit our Events Page, Like us on Facebook, join our Twitter feed, or join our “BrewsLetter” mailing list.

Vienna Lager; 5.2% ABV

Tasting Notes: Clean malt aroma with fleeting hints of noble hops and light sulfur. Noble German hops used in the brewhouse, lend their telltale spicy, fruity and tangy notes in the middle flavor, which continues to more mellow malt with just enough bittnerness to keep it balanced.

Community Witbier; 5.1% ABV

Tasting Notes: The aroma from the thick, brilliant white head is bready and lively with notes of citrus and hints of spice. The beautiful cloudy white appearance is mainly from the use of a large percentage of unmalted wheat, which contributes a considerable amount of protein, resulting in the permanent haze and creamy mouthfeel. A high level of carbonation, relative low ABV, and refreshing character of the wheat make this a very drinkable summertime beer to beat the Texas heat!

Mosaic IPA; 7.5% ABV

Tasting Notes: The deep golden/light amber color of this IPA comes from the use of a blend of English Maris Otter and American pale base malts. Sparing use of English crystal malt lends some caramel sweetness to help balance the hefty bitterness. Heady aromas of blueberry, pine, citrus and tropical fruit are the result of blending Mosaic hops with several other delicious American hop varieties. For being a large, hoppy beer it is quite drinkable, in part due to the balancing act of alcohol, malt complexity, and enormous American hop character.

Inspiration Ale; 9.6% ABV

Tasting Notes: Aroma is of dark fruit, sweet malt, phenolic spiciness and a hint of noble hops. Flavor is packed with juicy malt flavors that mingle with the fruitiness of the Belgian yeast and spicy character of the noble hops, all balanced by the alcoholic strength.

Public Ale; 5.5% ABV

Tasting Notes: Fruity esters and malt greet the nose with a hint of herbal/spicy hops. Flavor is rich, bready malt with a complex fruity ester character balanced by the moderate use of a blend of English, German and American hops.

Community Pale Ale; 6% ABV

Tasting Notes: Aroma entices with an intriguing hop character: grapefruit, lime, peaches, tropical fruits and grassy hops. The flavor is hop forward as well, with a clean malt base that showcases the hops, with just enough residual sweetness to round out the medium-high bitterness/hoppiness and increase drinkability.

Regalement; 7.8% ABV

Tasting Notes: The deep copper color of this beer is from the use of six specialty malts and a wide range of base malts, creating an intriguing malt profile that holds up to the obvious use of spices. While it exhibits malt complexity, it is fairly dry and drinkable.