Best Craft Beer Happy Hours In DFW

Best Craft Beer Happy Hours In DFW
The North Texas area has exploded with microbreweries. Four CornersLakewoodPeticolas and Revolver are some of the best-known local breweries.  When it comes to enjoying a glass or bottle of your favorite brew after work, there are many options. Here is a list of six places to enjoy the best craft beer happy hours in DFW. Cheers!
LUCK
3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 112
Dallas, TX 75212
(469) 250-0679
www.luckdallas.comLUCK stands for Local Urban Craft Kitchen and is part of the newly created Trinity Groves dining experience just west of Downtown Dallas. Once you cross the Margaret Hill Hunt Bridge, you’re there, and there is plenty of parking. LUCK’s wall of 40 taps dedicated to the brews of the North Texas region is impressive. Who needs happy hour when every beer is $5 all day everyday? LUCK offers growlers for purchase by Haus of Growlers ($10 – $20) or you can have yours refilled for $15 to $20.
The Meddlesome Moth
1621 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 628-7900
www.mothinthe.netThe Meddlesome Moth, or The Moth as it’s called by regulars, is a comfortable, intimate space that is illuminated with three stained-glass panels on a slanted wall, which are reclamations from the Hard Rock Café. This is a place for the true beer connoisseur because of its rare beer offerings (40 on the tap wall plus over 150 bottled). Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Happy hour offerings include the red ribbon beers (taps that have a red ribbon hanging from them) that are 10 select craft beers that are $4 each; and the blue ribbon daily beer is $3 all day long. The ribbon selections change daily.
Lark On The Park
2015 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 855-5275
www.larkonthepark.comAcross from Klyde Warren Park, Lark On The Park’s happy hour includes $4 craft beers every day from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and one daily all-day craft beer special. It is highly recommended that you stay for dinner. If you don’t see what you like on the menu, the kitchen will gladly create something for you.
T&P Tavern
221 W. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 885-8878
www.tptavern.comFort Worth’s T&P Tavern is located in the historic Texas and Pacific Railway Station. Once you find it, as it is a little hidden, you feel like you have stepped back in time as you take in the high ceiling and art deco lighting of the 1930s and the railway signs on the walls. With two dozen craft beers on draft, happy hour just gets happier. Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and all day on Sunday, there are $2.50 domestic bottles and $3 Rahr Blonde. On Wednesdays, all draft beers are $3, and on Fridays, beer and shot combos are $4 each.

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Strangeways
2429 N. Fitzhugh Ave.
Dallas, TX 75204
(214) 823-7800
www.Strangeways.comHidden in an evolving neighborhood (it’s going trendy), Strangeways could be considered a beer lover’s paradise with its 40 beers on tap and 140 bottles. Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Strangeways’ happy hour special is $1 off domestic beers.
The Bottle Shop
2116 Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 828-2873
www.wbcbottleshop.comThis is the place to go if you want to enjoy a variety of brews and take a few home to enjoy later. With 22 taps, 300 bottles, cans and growlers to fill, you would be hard-pressed not to find a brew to your liking. On Tuesdays there are half-priced select Texas beers and Sundays feature $3 cans. The Bottle Shop offers Beer College where for $35, you and a friend can taste five beers each and learn about them.

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