Have you ever had a labor of love? Something you enjoyed so much that you did it just for the sport of it? The comraderie? That feeling of accomplishment when the day is done? We sure have. Hell, that’s why we started our brewery in the first place. Our labor of love was homebrewing. We all came from different corners, from different backgrounds, to blend our tastes and passion for good beer into a singular obsession – Deep Ellum Brewing Company is our labor of love.
Through this journey we’ve been fortunate enough to meet many who share a similar passion. While some will go on to open their own breweries, most will continue their pursuit of the craft for the joy of the chase. You see, it’s an art that can not be mastered. No matter how may times it’s repeated, how many times spent scrubbing, sanitizing, trialing various grain bills, different hop combinations, and learning the nuances of yeast, there is always more to know – a higher plane to seek, a never ending quest for the perfect brew.
So, it’s with great pride that we close out the summer season with one last bash in honor of our homebrewing bretherin. We’ve teamed up with the North Texas Homebrewer’s Association and have invited 21 avid homebrewers to join us on Sunday September 2nd, for a night of good tunes and better beer.
Live music will be provided by our good buddies Boys Named Sue. They’ll bring the tunes and the North Texas Homebrewers will be bringing the brews. We’ll also have our offerings for sample as well. For just $15, you’ll get a souvenier glass, a tour of the brewery, one kick ass concert, and complimentary samplings of homebrew and more.