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Small brewery tucked into a small industrial / warehouse district in northeast Dallas. Maybe 50-150 people could be accommodated here. All of the beers are solid. Smooth. Tending toward the flavors from belgian yeast. Ranges for all tastes from craft beer newbies to those seeking...More
This is a microbrewery that started about approximately 2 1/2 years ago. The owners are great guys and they make some excellent adult beverages.
The taproom provides a variety of entertainment opportunities including Family nights, pet friendly, games, concerts, etc.
I highly recommend checking it...More
I grew up in Lake Highlands, which is a hop, skip, and a jump away from Oak Highlands Brewery in Garland. And it's a great brewery. In an unassuming building near the post office, this brewery has it all - great beer, lots of seating,...More
Went on a Saturday with a 6 member meetup group. This venue, located in a warehouse district, is well off the beaten path. The brewery is large and industrial, yet welcoming. There was a smoker in the parking lot offering pulled pork, brisket (well, it...More
Open now two years, Oak Highlands Brewery is a fun place to visit. This is a community-backed, family & dog-friendly brewery. They have a talented group of brewmeisters making beer using bourbon whiskey barrels. Nice Texan themed taproom. Cute t-shirts and barware. Tucked away right...More
I really like this brewery as it is family and pet friendly...or at least it was when I visited. An excellent variety of beers and usually something for the kids. Activities are going on inside and out and usually a food truck is nearby.
Went to Oak Highlands Brewery Saturday afternoon. It's located in a rather industrial business park. They have a tremendous variety of beers to choose from. I ordered the Dunkleweisen, a beer not often seen in Texas brewery's, which is a shame. It was outstanding. Also...More