Cousin's Night 2015

Hiking and Craft Beer Pub Crawl

Coming Soon!!

Super excited to hang out with everyone this year!! Below you will find the details for Our Day.

Important Agenda and Travel Info

1:00: Meet at Chris & Kathe's house

Once assembled, caravan to Cedar Ridge Preserve, a slice of the hill country just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas. 7 total can fit in Kathe's car. I'm NOT DRIVING her car, though any of you are welcome to! If everybody comes, we will need 2 cars.

**There is no fee to enter the park, but a $3 donation is suggested.


3:30: Finish hike, Eat Tacos (I'll bring the tacos, though if everyone prefers, we can eat at Fuel City tacos on the way back to drop of J & K)


4:30: Return Jackson & Kevin to their homes


5:00: Commence Pub Crawl

Abbey offered to DD using Kathe's car, so she will be our chauffeur for the evening. She'll leave us either at the last pub or the pub of our choice, and will head out to her other party. The rest of us can Uber home whenever we choose! And if we choose to make a late night of it and end up at The Goat, I will not be sad!

Cedar Ridge Preserve

Saturday, Dec. 26th, 1pm

7171 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75249 (972-709-7784)

http://www.audubondallas.org/cedarridge.html

At an elevation of 755 feet, Cedar Ridge Preserve is a slice of the hill country just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas. Cedar Ridge Preserve is a natural habitat of 600 acres featuring about 9 miles of trails, native trees, grasses and wildflowers, butterfly gardens, limited picnic areas and wild mammals, birds, insects, and reptiles.

Lakewood Brewing Company

http://lakewoodbrewing.com/

Hours: 12-9

2302 Executive Drive

Garland, TX 75041

972-864-2337


Our brewery and taproom are located in the east Dallas suburb of Garland, just a little north of Interstate 635 and Jupiter Road. Est. May 1, 2012 Although president and brewer Wim Bens has spent most of his life in Texas, his beers are often a nod to his birthplace, Belgium. Bens cut his teeth on homebrewing, graduated from the American Brewers Guild program and, after an apprenticeship at Rahr & Sons, opened Lakewood the summer of 2012. LBC can be found in bars and in stores throughout North Texas.

Deep Ellum Brewing Company

http://www.deepellumbrewing.com/

Hours:

2823 St. Louis Street

Dallas, TX 75226


Est. July 2011 DEBC is Dallas' largest craft brewery and continues to add tanks and square footage to its warehouse. Founded by a group of avid homebrewers, they recently brought in Jeremy Hunt, former head brewer at Dogfish Head and Bluegrass Brewing in Louisville, Kentucky. DEBC offers several year-round beers, seasonal specialties and can be found at restaurants and bars throughout Texas, as well as on shelves at Central Market, Whole Foods, Kroger and many others.

Noble Rey Brewery

http://www.noblereybrewing.com/

Hours: 12-7pm

2636 Farrington Street

Dallas, TX 75207

Texas Ale Project

http://texasaleproject.com/

Hours:

1001 N. Riverfront Blvd.

Dallas, TX


TEXAS ALE PROJECT IS THE FIRST BREWERY TO BE BUILT FROM THE GROUND UP IN THE CITY OF DALLAS SINCE THE LATE 1800S.THAT’S OVER 120 YEARS, FOLKS. WE HAVE WORKED VERY HARD TO GET WHERE WE ARE TODAY, AND WE ARE PROUD TO INTRODUCE OUR ALES TO YOU.

Four Corners Brewery

http://www.fcbrewing.com/

Hours: 12pm-10pm

423 Singleton Blvd

Dallas, TX 75212


Est. September 2012 Four Corners Brewing Co. is located just west of downtown Dallas, across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and in a large, open-air brewery. Head brewer John Sims worked at several brewpubs more than a decade ago during the first craft beer boom in Dallas. Local Buzz, Red's Roja, El Chingón, Block Party and Paletero can be found at more than 100 restaurants and bars in North Texas.