Craft and Growler

Craft and Growler in Dallas
Craft and Growler's selection of containers includes this $159 hand-crafted ceramic jug. Photo by Teresa Gubbins
Growlers at Craft and Growler in Dallas
Craft and Growler containers include this sharp brushed aluminum. Photo by Teresa Gubbins
Craft and Growler
Craft and Growler owners Cathrine Kinslow and Kevin Afghani. Photo by Teresa Gubbins
Craft and Growler
Owner Kevin Afghani shows off the tap system.
Craft and Growler
Bar stools made of recycled kegs.
Craft and Growler in Dallas
Growlers at Craft and Growler in Dallas
Craft and Growler
Craft and Growler
Craft and Growler

Dallas' first bar dedicated to growlers, where you can sit and drink a pint of craft beer or else fill a container and take your craft beer to go. The bar features 30 taps, dedicated mostly to local and regional beers such as Peticolas and Deep Ellum Brewing Co. C&G nabbed a prominent location at the corner of Parry and Second, in the former Millenium furniture resale shop; decor has a beer theme, like the clever bar stools whose bases are made from keg barrels.

Kevin Afghani, who co-owns the place with wife Cathrine Kinslow, patented the unique taps which extract air from the bottle as it fills it with beer.

Address

3601 Parry Ave.
Dallas, TX
214-821-1122

Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 2 pm-midnight
Wed: 2 pm-midnight
Thu: 2 pm-midnight
Fri: 2 pm-midnight
Sat: noon-1 am, noon-9 pm

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