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Pegasus City Brewing Brings Drinkable, “Porch-Approved” Beers To Dallas In 2017

The brand new brewery will set up shop in the Design District

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It’s been a big couple of years for craft brewers in Dallas. As the scene has continued to grow, local beermongers like Revolver Brewing Company and Deep Ellum Brewing have seen major changes, and a slew of new purveyors are now serving their unique take on suds. Next year, Pegasus City Brewing plans to throw its hat into the ring.

CultureMap reports that Pegasus City Brewing will make its Dallas debut in the Design District at 2222 Vantage Street early next year. Helmed by brewmaster Will Cotten, the brewery will focus on producing “porch-approved,” drinkable beers that aren’t too funky or complicated. Look forward to the Texican, a black-mash Texas lager that is “mellowed” with Mexican yeast, and the aptly-named 6th Floor, a “dark and mysterious” porter.

Pegasus City began as a homebrewing project that evolved into a business idea as “the craft industry grew here in Dallas and the laws swung even friendlier towards craft beer makers.” “We could not pass up pursuing our passions any longer,” reads a statement on the brewery’s website. “In December of 2014, after innumerable lengthy discussions and research into the business aspects of commercial brewing, we became partners. As a business owner and a corporate project manager, our complimentary skillsets merged perfectly and Pegasus City Brewery was born.”

No official opening date has been set for the fledgling brewery, but look for it to make its arrival in the first part of 2017.