Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Black Star Co-op Opens

AUSTIN - Austin's newest brewpub, the Black Star Co-op Pub & Brewery, has opened for business at their Midtown Commons location at the intersection of Lamar and Airport Boulevard, as posted on their Facebook page.

The Black Star Co-op is the world's first cooperatively owned and operated brewpub and restaurant, with a Workers Assembly managing body of more than 2000 members.


Karin said...

You have a great logo that would look really nice printed on beer glasses. I don't know if you ever need anything like that... If so, I am a Graphic Designer for a company that prints on glassware. You can check out Salina Glass to see what we have.

Gillea said...

Good morning,

We thought you’d be interested D Magazine’s cover story this month on the best beer bars in Dallas. Sarah Reiss--an emissary for small batch brewing, self-proclaimed “beer nerd,” and D’s assistant editor--dissects Texas’ antiquated beer restrictions, while highlighting what Dallas beer lovers (and microbreweries) are doing to cope. In the face of adversity, a “bloc of solid bars serving well-edited selections of some of the country’s finest small batch brews” has arisen here, including the Old Monk, the Libertine, and the Meddlesome Moth.

Reiss leaves the reader with a quick guide to beer tasting, tips for homebrewing, and informative, insider descriptions of the best beer bars in Dallas.

We think your readers and beer enthusiasts will enjoy this article. It’s on newsstands now and can be found on our website: http://www.dmagazine.com/Home/D_Magazine/2010/October/The_Best_Beer_in_Dallas.aspx


Caitlin West
Brand and Communications Assistant
D Magazine Partners
750 North St. Paul Street, Ste 2100
Dallas, Texas, 75201