Twin Peaks Begins Canning

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DALLAS – Twin Peaks Brewing Company, the brewery of the ultimate sports lodge known for its made-from-scratch kitchen, rugged atmosphere, and playful Twin Peaks Girls, has recently begun canning and selling three of its craft beers throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The Dirty Blonde American White Ale, Gold Digger Golden Ale and the Knotty Brunette American Brown Ale are available for purchase at several DFW retailers.  It has been a goal for the Twin Peaks brand to reach more beer lovers and get their cans into more hands.

“For nearly 10 years, Twin Peaks has upheld its promise to provide the coldest beer in town, always served at a freezing 29-degrees,” said Tim Timbs, Vice President and Beer Lover for Twin Peaks. “We are thrilled that customers can now enjoy our high-quality, made-from-scratch craft beer both in and outside of our restaurants.”

The Twin Peaks Brewing Company, attached to Twin Peaks Irving located at 1500 North Market Place Boulevard, opened its doors in early 2014 with Master Brewer Tom Janik heading up beer development. Since then, the brewery has created four craft beers, including the Dirty Blonde, Knotty Brunette, Gold Digger and Dropdead Redhead. Fans can expect to see the Dropdead Redhead Pale Ale on shelves in the coming months.

The Dirty Blonde, Knotty Brunette, Gold Digger Cans are brewed locally at the Twin Peaks Brewery in Irving. While the cans are not available for purchase directly from the brewery, Twin Peaks features a Growler Happy Hour. MondayFriday from 2:00pm – 7:00pm and 10:00pm – 11:00pm, guests can bring their Twin Peaks growler to be filled with one of the house beers available only at Twin Peaks Irving.

Dirty Blonde: American White Ale, spiced with Indian coriander and orange peel. 5.2% abv/ 16 IBUs

Knotty Brunette: American Brown Ale, medium-bodied brew with hints of coffee and nutty flavors. 5.3% abv/ 27 IBUs

Gold Digger:  Golden Ale, light bodied and refreshing with a sweet aroma and crisp flavor. 5.1% abv

Dropdead Redhead: American Pale Ale, medium malty bodied with floral, fruity and citrus aroma with nice hop finish. 5.5% abv

For a list of locations where the Dirty Blonde, Knotty Brunette and Gold Digger can be purchased, visit Customers can also ask their local retailer about the Twin Peaks Man Cans.

Twin Peaks currently has 68 locations with plans for an additional 15 locations before the end of the year.

More information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information is available at

About Twin Peaks

Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon, Twin Peaks was designed as a unique concept to meet the needs of an untapped market. Twin Peaks features high-quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. In 2014, Twin Peaks was listed among Nation’s Restaurant News’ “Second 100,” an annual report that ranks restaurant brands between 101-200 based on U.S. system-wide sales, and was included in FSR Magazine’s “Ones to Watch.” Twin Peaks was also recently named “America’s Fastest Growing Restaurant Chain” by Bloomberg Businessweek. The national chain currently has 68 locations throughout 24 states.

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