Following our visit at Peticolas Brewing Company, we headed over to our favorite craft beer oriented restaurant where owner, Corey Pond, generously worked with us to host our launch party. We have spent much time at The Common Table over the past couple years, meeting and chatting with many craft beer enthusiasts.
The Common Table is located in uptown Dallas and, while stocked with a full bar and wine selection, certainly has a craft beer emphasis. There are 24 taps that are constantly rotating as well as over 100 bottled beers. Corey and his staff work diligently to provide Dallas with hard to locate beers and they are often one of the first to tap rare beers when they make it to the local market. As expensive craft beer and food pairings have gained popularity, The Common Table has made them more accessible by introducing the Pour Man’s Beer Dinner every Monday night. For only $29 a customer can enjoy four courses carefully paired with unique beers. In addition, don’t miss Brewsday Tuesdays for special deals on newly tapped beers. If anyone is visiting Dallas, we definitely recommend a stop here to relax on the large patio with a great beer and excellent food, courtesy of Chef Mike.
After we arrived, we spent hours catching up with family and friends, new and old. It was truly an amazing time and we cannot overstate how humbled we were by everyone’s generosity and support. The Common Table opened up the cellar and tapped a 2012 Sisyphus from Real Ale Brewing Company as well as a cask of Sin Mint Temptress, kindly provided by Lakewood Brewing Company.
We definitely want to thank everyone who made it out to send us off on our adventure.