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Dallas

Klein and Wolff 1875 - 1877
E. Arnoldi 1877 - 1878

Wagenhauser Brewing Association 1880-1887
Dallas Brewing Association 1887-1889
Dallas Brewing Co. (Cochrane & Houston Sts.) 1889-1893
Dallas Brewery 1893-1901
Dallas Brewery, Inc. (1817 Houston St.) 1901-1918

North Houston Street Grain Juice Company 1919-1933
Dallas Brewery, Inc. 1934-1939
Dallas Brewing Co., Inc (BP) (703 McKinney Ave., STE 002) 1989-1992
Texas Brewing Co. (BP) 1992 -

Anton Wagenhauser 1891-1897

Simon Mayer 1895-1900
Mayer & Bruce 1900-1901

Excelsior Weiss Beer Brewery 1901

Schepps Brewing Corp. (1026 Young St.) 1934-1939
Time Brewing, Inc. 1939-1940
Dallas-Fort Worth Brewing Co. 1940-1951

Hubcap Brewery & Kitchen (BP) 1994-

Yegua Creek Brewing Co. (BP) (2920 North Henderson) 1994-

Great Grains Brewery 1997-2006
Joe Cheatum and Alex Pastrana started Great Grains Brewery March 17, 1997. Their domain name, greatgrains.com, expired on October 6, 2006, after the brewery closed.

S+ampede Brewing Company 2005-
Lawrence Schwartz started brewing S+ampede beer when he wanted a light beer with body and flavor. Using his grandfather's old homebrewing recipes as a base, he and Dr. Jospeh Owades, one of the creators of light beer, created S+ampede Light. The plus sign means there are additives. Specifically, vitamins of some sort. But the Federal Government, and, no doubt, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, do not want him to list the additives because that would be making a health claim.