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Lake Highlands' First Craft Brewery Gets Pouring This Month

They've got a beer called Golden Mustache.

A look inside OHB's taproom.
A look inside OHB's taproom.
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The DFW craft beer boom certainly shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The next brewery on the horizon will be the first for the residential-heavy North Dallas neighborhood of Lake Highlands: Oak Highlands Brewery will fling open the doors to its brewery and taproom facility with grand opening festivities on July 18.

OHB's year-round brew lineup includes five beers:

  • Allgood: "German Kolsch style ale. Golden in color, light in body, and full in flavor."
  • Derelict IPA: "American IPA style. 5 separate hop additions. Strong citrus hop aroma and flavor without an overly bitter taste."
  • DfDub: "German Dunkelweizen (dark wheat) style ale. Heavy banana and clove aromas. A dark, slightly cloudy beer with a fresh crisp taste."
  • Freaky Deaky: "Belgian Tripel style ale. Light in color and brewed with a larger amount of American hops than a traditional tripel." (This one clocks in at a hefty 10 percent ABV.)
  • Golden Mustache: "German Dortmunder style lager. Originated in Dortmund Germany, this lager is crisp, clear, and easy drinking."
Owners Brad Mall and Derrin Williams eventually plan to have 20 different house-brewed beers on draft in the taproom, with 15 of those taps dedicated to a rotating selection of experimental or seasonal concoctions. Craft beer drinkers can also expect to see the fruits of OHB's labor popping up at local bars and restaurants as well as retail stores soon, both on draft and in cans.

The grand opening party will be held noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 18 and will feature live music plus the Easy Slider and OinknMoo food trucks. More details and tickets here. Going forth, the taproom will be open for regular business every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Oak Highlands Brewery

10484 Brockwood Road, Dallas, TX 75238, USA

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