The Dallas-Fort Worth area has several dozens of breweries and people don’t have to go far for a craft beer. Cideries, however, number only a handful and one of them is in Deep Ellum. With Deep Ellum gaining a reputation as destination for craft beer fans, Trinity Cider opened in October 2018 smack in the middle of craft beer territory. The owners aim to create “sophisticated hard craft cider” that’s dry and crisp. They also plan to use local ingredients together with apples sourced from Washington. With about ten ciders on the menu, there are more things to celebrate about Trinity Cider. Their beverages are gluten-free, and most won’t have sugar added to the recipes. If you’re feeling brave, there’s a ghost pepper-infused cider that requires patrons to sign a waiver before trying.
The founders of Bishop Cider were in a bind. They liked cider, but the commercial brands they tasted were awful. That led them to make their own cider at home and eventually putting up their own cider company. Joel and Laura Malone, the company’s founders, promise that their ciders are “gluten-free, vegan-friendly, and made by Texans”. They promise not to add sugar to their ciders, too – not even honey. "Their innovative flavors and creatively tasteful artwork makes Bishop Cider Co a force to be reckoned with in the world of ciders." Also, their cidery offers a live music stage, 12 ciders on tap, and a free tour every Saturday at 12:30pm. Their Tasting Room also sells cider flights of six different ciders and is walking distance from many of Dallas' best restaurants. Call them to inquire on group visits or with any questions!
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