DEBC Rye Pils Launch!

It’s a special day.  A day that highlights a certain hidden class of rodents with an unusual propensity to predict weather… a few weeks at a time, and only once a year, but – hey – I couldn’t do better.  Not based on my shadow, at least.

Groundhog Day.  A special day and one to be celebrated nationally.

Deep Ellum Brewing Company is proud to partner with Strangeways Dallas to launch our brand new Rye Pils on Thursday, February 2, 2012.  Most people probably already have big Groundhog Day parties planned, of course, but now you can save your house from planning and cleaning and bring your party down to Strangeways on Fitzhugh.

And, who will be in attendance?  Well, Punxsutawney Pils will be in attendance.  And Deep Ellum Brewing Company will have six – yes 6! – beers on tap that night.  That’s our entire current lineup, so if there’s a beer of ours you haven’t tried, come on out.  If Punxsutawney Pils sees his shadow….

We’d appreciate it if you RSVP on our Facebook page just to get a good idea of what arrangements we need to make for parking, but even if you don’t do the Facebook thing, come on out for the best Groundhog Day event this side of Pennsylvania

Drink the Deep!

  • – Backslider Blonde
  • – Deep Ellum IPA
  • – Double Brown Stout (oatmeal baltic porter)
  • – Festivus (dry-hopped black ale)
  • – Darkest Hour (rye imperial stout)
  • – Rye Pils


Read more about our beers here.

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2 Responses to GROUNDHOG DAY

  1. Marta says:

    I commend your stsfdaastnees I think what you are looking for can never be replaced to further my sports teams analogies nothing comes close to the original home team that is imprinted on my psyche I have enjoyed following the Bulls in Chicago, Broncos in Denver and Yankees in NYC, but I never gave my soul to an NBA team, an NFL team or MLB team I only gave it away to the Bucks so I was more maliable as the years passed (32 or so, I think) from my experience, the interest is good I’ve enjoyed watching local teams do well, but I’ve quickly traded other local activities to being a ravid fan but nothing feels like my true hometown’ team and I think that is the same with you you just have a couple extra ones to follow So you still can follow hockey and river barge racing, right?

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