Midway through 2018, the Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective is outpacing the overall U.S. craft beer segment. The Brewers Association (BA) reported last week that growth for small and independent U.S. brewers had “stabilized,” with production growing 5 percent through the first six months of 2018. The Fireman Capital-backed brewery consortium — whose brands include Oskar Blues, Cigar City, Deep Ellum, Perrin Brewing, Three Weavers, and Utah Brewers Cooperative (Wasatch and Squatters) — is growing faster than the category, with off-premise sales up 15.4 percent in the total U.S. multi-outlet and convenience store channel year-to-date.
- BREWERY TYPE
- Production - Large
2823 St. Louis St.
Dallas, Texas 75226 USA
Based in the legendary blues-born and rock-raised urban district known as Deep Ellum, this trend-setting Dallas brewery creates smooth and assertive craft beers worthy of the area’s eclectic heritage. Since the company’s founding in 2011, Deep Ellum Brewing Co. has crafted an award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and limited-release brews, including Deep Ellum IPA, Dallas Blonde, Easy Peasy, Rye Pils, Local Legend, Four Swords - Belgian Style Quad, among many others, and our summer crush — Neato Bandito, an Imperial Mexican-Style Lager.
To learn more about Deep Ellum Brewing Co. beers, retail availability and brewery tours, follow Deep Ellum Brewing Co. at Facebook.com/deepellumbrewing, Twitter.com/deepellumbrewco and www.deepellumbrewing.com.
- ANNUAL PRODUCTION
2015 -- 22,500 bbls (Estimate)
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After years of fighting for the right to sell to-go beer, manufacturing breweries in Texas now have allies on both sides of aisle. Texas Democrats and Republicans both included language in their respective party platforms supporting the legalization of off-premise sales privileges for the state’s production breweries as well as changes to the three-tier system of alcohol distribution.
Farlie Turner & Co., a leading investment bank serving middle market companies, is pleased to announce that it served as advisor to CANarchy on its acquisition of Deep Ellum Brewing.
Deep Ellum Brewing Company is the latest craft brewery to join the CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective. For Deep Ellum, a craft brewery with rough edges and deep roots in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Texas, the move to join the disruptive collective of independent brewers will immediately provide resources for increased production and distribution.
Texas’ Deep Ellum Brewing was sold to Fireman Capital-backed Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective for an undisclosed sum, founder John Reardon confirmed to Brewbound. The transaction, which closed on Friday, June 8, will give Dallas-based Deep Ellum a much-needed capital infusion to finish a $3 million expansion and immediate access to increased brewing capacity at Colorado-headquartered Oskar Blues Brewing’s satellite production facility in Austin, Texas.
In this edition of Press Clips: BrewDog revenues increase 55 percent in 2017; a federal judge rules against brewery to-go sales in Texas; two A-B High End craft breweries release Yankees and Nationals branded beers; and much more.
The slowdown in craft beer category growth has undermined an investment and created tension between the founder of a prominent Texas brewery and his newest partner. After initially agreeing to purchase a majority interest in fast-growing, Dallas-based Deep Ellum Brewing, Storied Craft Breweries, an upstart growth capital group, paid penalties to back out of the full investment, saying it has altered its strategy in light of slowing craft growth trends.
In an effort to combat the influence Texas wholesalers wield with local lawmakers, the state’s craft brewers guild has launched its own political action committee, called CraftPAC. In a press release, the Texas Craft Brewers Guild said the goal of CraftPAC would be to overturn “archaic, anti-competitive beer laws” that have “had a chilling effect on the industry’s growth.”
In this week’s edition of Last Call: A-B InBev acquires another Australian craft brewery; excise tax cuts inch closer to passage in the U.S. Senate; A-B defends pay-to-play allegations in Massachusetts; and much more.
On this latest episode of Taste Radio, Brewbound assistant editor Justin Kendall and BevNET managing editor Ray Latif talk with Reardon, who also serves as the CEO of Deep Ellum. During the interview, Reardon explains how he got into the craft beer business, discusses his plans for growth and why he thinks Deep Ellum can become a “dominant” regional craft brewery.
In a clear win for beer distributors, the Texas Senate yesterday voted 19-10 in favor of a bill that, if signed by Governor Greg Abbott, would require breweries making more than 225,000 barrels annually to repurchase their own product from wholesalers in order to continue selling beer for on-premise consumption at their taprooms.
Following a multi-million dollar investment by Storied Craft Breweries last December, Texas’ Deep Ellum Brewing grew shipments by 50 percent during the first quarter of 2017, the company told wholesalers earlier this month. “As a collective force, we are kicking ass,” wrote brewery founder John Reardon.
Fort Lauderdale-based investment banking firm, Farlie Turner & Co., is pleased to announce that it served as an advisor to Storied Craft Breweries, LLC (“SCB”) on its investment in Deep Ellum Brewing
Texas’ Deep Ellum Brewing has sold a majority stake to Storied Craft Breweries, an upstart growth capital group founded by the creators of Effen Vodka and led by beer industry veterans Steve Berg and Adam Lambert. Under the deal, Storied Craft Breweries will acquire a 56 percent stake in Deep Ellum, one of the fastest growing craft breweries in Texas, at least in part by buying out more than 20 minority partners from earlier investment rounds. The brewery will also receive $8 million in growth capital.
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Sales Representatives - Deep Ellum Brewing Co
Sales Representatives - Deep Ellum Brewing Co -- Multiple Locations (04/11/2017)
Deep Ellum Brewing Co is seeking a few experienced sales ninjas to grow our Dallas & Austin markets
Sales Representatives - Deep Ellum Brewing Co
Sales Representatives - Deep Ellum Brewing Co -- Multiple Locations (04/08/2016)
Deep Ellum Brewing Company is seeking a few experienced sales ninjas to grow our ever-expanding team
Head Brewer - Deep Ellum Brewing Company
Head Brewer - Deep Ellum Brewing Company -- (05/21/2013)
Year Round Beers
|Deep Ellum IPA||American IPA|
|Easy Peasy IPA||American IPA|
|Hop Seeker||Fresh Hop|
|Cherry Chocolate Double Brown Stout||Porter|
|Wealth & Taste||Barrel Aged|
|Numb Comfort||Barrel Aged|
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No Longer Available
|Oak Cliff Coffee Ale||Brown Ale|
|Double Brown Stout||Porter|
|Deep Ellum Pale Ale||Pale Ale|