Did you know Texas has a long history with beer? German immigrants perfected the art of the lager in the 1840s and Texans have been enjoying this golden brew ever since.
Frisco has an active craft beer scene – from taprooms to food truck parks. Here are a few highlights:
Cork & Growler
This dog-friendly taproom offers 45 varieties of beer on tap, 75 percent of which are local craft beers. Add to that a trivia night, cornhole, board games, and 20 percent off growler refills on Mondays, and you’ve got yourself the perfect place to kick back with friends.
Frisco Rail Yard
This is the place to be to sample the finest creations Frisco chefs have to offer. It’s a family-friendly, outdoor dining experience that includes recreational opportunities, community events, and music. The food trucks and beers rotate, but they always have a Frisco favorite on tap. Be sure to check out our current go-to: Revolver Brewing Company’s Blood & Honey, an unfiltered American ale made with blood orange peel, spices, and Texas honey.
Are you ready to experience one of the best beer bars in not only Frisco, but the Dallas-Ft. Worth area? How about a location that perfectly blends a state-of-the-art sports bar with a high-end restaurant? Then be sure to stop by City Works. You’ll find 90 different local and global craft beers on tap, 40 percent of which represent local brewers. Try a Dallas Blonde, Hop Trapp, or Velvet Hammer while you enjoy City Works’ HDTVs and top-of-the-line A/V.
This place is aptly named – a paradise for everyone who loves video and board games. Nerdvana prides itself on not only offering an eclectic and extensive variety of gaming experiences, but also one-of-a-kind cuisine creations and craft beer. This quirky and unique eatery offers one of the most diverse assortments of craft beers in the city, including Dragon’s Milk and American Imperial Stout.