Tuesday, June 12, 2012 , Updated 3:46 p.m., August 10, 2012
UPDATED: Block party
at The Common Table celebrates beer and live music
Untapped Festival is moving to Trinity Groves to double the event's capacity.
North Texas breweries will represent about 25% of the menu. See the full beer list below.
Original story: DFW booking company Spune Productions has been hard at work to make The Common Table in Dallas a music venue. Formerly known for its good beer selection and happy hour crowd, the restaurant now has live, local music on the regular. Brewing all those ideas together, The Common Table will now play host to a block party called Untapped Festival.
Taking place on Saturday, September 8, music is slated from 2-11 p.m. while the beer flows. They boast 100 beers from 30 breweries, plus -- couldn't have a festival without them -- food trucks!
- The Antlers
- Akron / Family
- Burning Hotels
- David Dondero
- Fish Fry Bingo
- Eastern Sea
- Blackstone Rangers
- J Charles and the Trainrobbers
- Birds of Night
Beers include Boulevard Rye on Rye, Deep Ellum Darkest Hour, 512 Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Pecan Porter, and more.
Tickets are $20 in advance; $25 the day of the show. Tack on an extra $5 for those under 21. If you want a "beer package" (and you do), that includes 12 beer samples, concert access, and a free glass. It's $30. You also get in early at 1 p.m.
Very Important People can pay $60 to get in at 11 a.m., try rare tappings, receive 12 beer samples, get access to the concert and a free beer glass, and be able to come-and-go from the block party. It goes without saying that VIPs will also probably need a cab home.
Dogfish Head: 120 Minute, Punkin, 60 Minute
Avery: 2010 Czar, DuganA, IPA
Oskar Blues: Barrel-Aged Old Chub, Mama’s, Dale’s
Stone: 2011 Russian Imperial Stout, Double-Dry Hopped Sublimely Self-Righteous,
Deschutes: Black Butte XXIV, Chainbreaker White IPA, Mirror Pond
Brooklyn: 2010 Monster, Oktoberfest, Lager
Victory: V12, Helios Saison, Headwaters Pale, TBA
(512): Bourbon Barrel-Aged Double Pecan Porter
Abita: Select Roggen Weisen, Restoration, Purple Haze
Alaskan: White & IPA
Ballast Point: Dorado, Sculpin, Yellowtail
Boulevard: Pretty Things Collaboration Stingo, Rye on Rye, Tank 7
Brasserie D’Achouffe: Houblon Chouffe
Breckenridge: Vanilla Porter, Agave Wheat
Brouwerij Palm: Palm Speciale
Brouwerij Rodenbach: Rodenbach Grand Cru
Cedar Creek: Lawn Ranger, Elliot’s American Pale Ale, Scruffy’s Smoked Alt
Crazy Mountain: Amber, Lava Lake Wit
Deep Ellum Brewing Co: Sorachi Ace/Green Tea IPA, Wealth & Taste, Rye Pils, Dallas Blonde
Duvel Moortgat: Duvel Single
Franconia: Sarah’s Dark Side, Wheat
Full Sail: Pale, Amber, TBA
Green Flash: Retro Pale Ale, West Coast IPA
Jester King: Beer Geek Rodeo
Harpoon: Leviathan Great Scot, UFO Raspberry Hefeweizen
Lagunitas: Maximus, IPA
Lakewood: Temptress, Rock Ryder, Hop Trapp
Left Coast: Voo Doo Stout
Left Hand: Polestar Pils, Sawtooth ESB
Liefman’s: Cuvee Brut
Maui: La Perouse, Coconut Porter
Maredsous: 6 (Blonde)
New Belgium: Alpine Collaboration Super IPA, Belgo-IPA, Ranger
North Coast: Grand Cru, Brother Thelonious
Ommegang: Hougoumont, Hennepin, BPA
Peticolas: Vanilla Bean Velvet Hammer, Golden Opportunity, Great Scot!
Rahr: Barrel Aged Chili Red, Imperial Oktoberfest, Stormcloud IPA
Real Ale: Volume XV, Full Moon Rye, Fireman’s #4
Sam Adams: New World Tripel, Whitewater IPA, Oktoberfest
Schneider: Aventinus, Weisse
Shmaltz: Terrapin Reunion Ale, Mermaid Pils, Lenny’s R.I.P.A.
Sierra Nevada: Imperial Stout, Torpedo, Pale
Saint Arnold: Brown Ale, Lawnmower, TBA
St. Feuillien: Green Flash Collaboration – Biere d’La Amitie, La Blanche
Twisted Pine: Hoppy Knight
Original Sin: Original Sin Cider
Wandering Aengus: Anthem Hop Cider
Widmer: Rotator IPA, TBA
Shannon Sutlief contributed to this story.
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