Deep Ellum IPA
Deep Ellum IPA. Our Year 'round ode to the Pacific Northwest hop
At DEBC, we like hops, but we like American hops most of all. Here we use some of our absolute favorites. However, they might not be used like you may expect, by using varieties with high alpha acid contents (which means more potential for bitterness) and using them in ways that emphasize the flavor and aroma we can render a rather bitter ale with over the top tropical fruit, citrus, pine, floral and more hop derived aroma and flavor.
Style:
American Pale Ale
Hops:
Citra, Amarillo, Chinook,
Palisade and Summit
Malts:
Pale Ale, Vienna, Honey
and White Wheat
Yeast:
English Ale
Double Brown Stout
Double Brown Stout. Stout' as in 'Stout Porter', a strong Oatmeal Porter.
'Stout' for many years meant a Porter of substantial strength and at several times and places in history the term 'Double Brown Stout' has signified a variety dark, strong brews. Our favorite is the Scandinavian or Baltic version, emphasizing the chocolate-y and dark dried fruit character over the burnt or ashy roast flavors of some its cousins. Unlike most members of the Stout and Porter family, our DBS is fermented with a lager yeast (rather than ale), whose cleaner fermentation profile allows the malt and hop flavors do the talking.
Style:
Baltic Porter
Hops:
US Goldings, Mt. Hood,
US Northern Brewer, Summit
Malts:
Pale Ale, Munich light,
Brown, Munich dark, Oats,
Crystal Rye, Extra Dark Crystal, Dehusked Chocolate
Yeast:
California Lager
Other:
Blackstrap Molasses
Rye Pils
A Deeper Shade of Pale Ale
Here at DEBC, we are in constant persuit of the perfect pint. To that end, we’ve brewed up an American Pale Ale that falls in between our Dallas Blonde and our IPA. Is it malty? Yep! Is it hoppy? You bet! Our Deep Ellum Pale Ale is brewed, simply because it’s a beer that we like to drink. It’s a beer after our own hearts and yours!
Style:
American Oatmeal Pale Ale
Hops:
Magnum, Palisades
and Simcoe
Malts:
Pale Ale, Special W and Oats
Yeast:
San Diego Super Yeast
Dallas Blonde
Dallas Blonde. Citrusy balanced session ale.
What does it mean to be a Dallas Blonde? Sounds like a
loaded question. So load it up we did, with citrusy and floral American hops, Pale, Vienna and Wheat malts. Yielding a delicately balanced, and shimmering golden ale.

To us, it just goes down easy.
Style:
American Blonde Ale
Hops:
Summit and/or Bravo,
Glacier, Palisade, Meridian
Malts:
Pale Ale, Vienna,
White Wheat
Yeast:
English Ale
Other:
50L, 1/6th bbl
Rye Pils
A Deeper Shade of Pale Ale
It’s no secret, at DEBC, we’re quite fond of hops. Citrusy, piney, floral and fruity hops are at least a third of the reason we got ourselves into this whole brewing adventure. Hops may be the current ruler of the craft beer scene, and we, for one, welcome our resinous, spicy, bitter overlords. We’ve taken the IPA to its Event Horizon. Get the picture? It’s hoppy!
Style:
Double India Pale Ale
Hops:
Magnum, Summit, Apollo,
Liberty and MANY more!
Malts:
Pale Ale, Vienna and
Honey Malt
Yeast:
San Diego Super Yeast
Dallas Blonde
Dallas Blonde. Citrusy balanced session ale.
Here’s a big surprise. We here at Deep Ellum Brewing Company like to drink beer. It doesn’t have to be complicated. So, with summer fast approaching, we wanted a beer in our lineup that we could drink all summer long. Neato Bandito to the rescue! Neato is Deep Ellum’s interpretation of a Mexican Style lager. But, Neato’s been working out and is stronger than the others! Light in color, but big in flavor, Neato Bandito wants to help you enjoy all of your summertime activities! Viva la RAZA!
Style:
Imperial Mexican Style Lager
Hops:
Magnum, Northern Brewer
Malts:
Pilsner, Flaked Maize,
Munich 10
Yeast:
House Lager Yeast
Other:
50L, 1/6th bbl
Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout
Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout. Our logical offering for a passionate time of year.
Who says Brewers can't pluck your heartstrings? We'll play right to your heart (and palette and belly) by taking our already smooth and rich Double Brown Stout and taking out to a night on the town. By adding real Red Tart and Dark Sweet Cherries at the beginning of fermentation and **(Organic/Fair Trade) cocoa nibs at the end of conditioning, once a year we treat our Double Brown Stout lavishly. Don't be a selfish lover, share with this someone special.
Style:
Cherry Chocolate Baltic Porter
Hops:
US Goldings, Mt. Hood,
US Northern Brewer, Summit
Malts:
Pale Ale, Munich light, Brown,
Munich Dark, Oats, Crystal Rye, Extra Dark Crystal, Dehusked Chocolate
Yeast:
California Lager
Other:
Blackstrap Molasses, Red Tart
& Dark Sweet Cherry Puree',
Cocoa Nibs
Dreamcrusher 2x Rye IPA
Dreamcrusher 2x Rye IPA. A quantum leap beyond our IPA, with rye, of course.
We reached out to Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters and went and sampled some of their cold brew, paired with our brown ale. Carmen bean from Panama, in particular, played really nicely with the beer. The coffee beans were personally delivered to us and the beans were coarse ground here at the brewery just before we made the cold brew. We let it brew for a few days and added it to our beer during the transfer from fermentation vessel to bright tank.
Style:
Dark Brown Coffee Infused Ale
Hops:
Magnum
Malts:
Pale Ale, Cara Munich 60, Pale Chocolate,
Special W, BlackPrinz
Yeast:
San Diego Super Yeast
Other:
Flaked Oats, Lactose Sugar,
In House Cold Brewed Oak Cliff Coffee
Farmhouse Wit
Farmhouse Wit
Barleywine-style Ale? These brews are usually only winelike in alcoholic content, they are all beer. In fact they are biggest baddest brews in thePale Ale family. Malt flavors, hop bitterness and aroma, yeasty esters,everything has been turned up to ‘11’. Our Numb Comfort is the continuationof the American interpretation of the style originally of British origin. Wefill the mash tun to the top with four of our favorite malts, then dose it with enough of our favorite resinous, piney and fruity hops to balance. English Ale yeast takes it from there. But we’re not done yet! We then age aportion of this flavorful ale in oak whiskey barrels to drive the complexity past the horizon.
Style:
American
Barleywine-style Ale
Hops:
Chinook, Willamette, Summit
Malts:
Pale Ale, Light Munich, Crystal Rae, White Wheat
Yeast:
English Ale
Other:
Raw Cane Sugar
Wealth and Taste
Wealth and Taste
Please allow me to introduce our first barrel aged release, Wealth & Taste. It is a strong, golden Belgian-style Ale brewed with Muscat grape juice, Grapefruit peel, rose hips and chamomile flowers and partially aged in Missouri White Oak barrels that spent the last seven to eight years housing Chardonnay in Napa. A siren and a seducer of significant potency, an opportunistic beverage overflowing with opulence now, but content to lay in waiting for just the right devilishly decadent moment.
Style:
Barrel Aged Belgian-style Golden Strong Ale
Hops:
Summit and/or Bravo, Palisade, Liberty
Malts:
Pilsner, White Wheat, Dark Munich
Yeast:
Belgian blend
Other:
Muscat Grape Juice
Festivus
Festivus
This beer is not to be taken lightly. Inspired by the strong, dark ales from the Trappist Monastic brewers of Belgium. You’ll notice a big surge of fruity esters on the nose. Think bubblegum, spices and stone fruits. The aromatics lead the imbiber to a full bodied malt profile, laced with caramel and dark fruit flavors. We used a traditional Abbey Ale yeast strain and fermented the beer at a warmer than usual to coax the yeast into producing these flavors.
Style:
Belgian Style Quad
Hops:
Magnum, Willamette
Malts:
Pilsner, CaraMunich 60, Special B, Honey Malt
Yeast:
House Belgian Ale
Other:
Dark Candi Sugar