On October 1st, according to a press release, Off Main Brewing, an award-winning craft brewery, announced plans to bring their craft beers directly to events. They plan on opening their first mobile boutique taproom, providing a unique experience for any events in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The press release states that COVID-19 is still impacting breweries, as well as events, such as weddings. Off Main Brewing will work with the event host to provide the best experience while ensuring safe health measures are executed and providing a custom menu of beer, wine, and craft cocktails.
The Off Main Brewing Boutique Brewery Taproom was a horse trailer that the owners renovated. Their stock beer options and optional custom beer requests will be brewed at their home brewery, which is located in Prosper.
The CEO of Off Main Brewing, Laura Linder, stated, “We have a passion for sharing great beer for great times,” and continued with, “given today’s challenges in the comeback of breweries and events around the globe, it was important for us to refresh the craft brewery experience for beer lovers and non-beer lovers alike. With the boutique mobile taproom, we have removed the brick and mortar factor from the equation and are able to deliver a completely custom experience while still creating great beer for great times.”
On top of the host creating their own custom beer, they can customize the rest of the menu for the taproom with options ranging from champagne in a keg, wine, and handmade cocktails. Off Main Brewing’s website mentions that if you do not want to customize a craft beer for your event, you can choose from their variety of recipes that have been popular among their customers.
The press release states that a certified bartender is included with the boutique brewery taproom. Also included are “set up, clean up, eight custom taps, and drinkware.” Off Main Brewing can also supply custom neon signs for photographs, balloons, stickers, coasters, and florals for an additional cost.
Head Brewer of the brewery, Travis Linder, said, “Beer is always evolving,” and continued with, “we are excited to build upon craft beer’s historic legacy, creating an entirely new category that is highly personal, accessible and just flat out fun. Whether you’ve been a hop head for years, prefer to sip champagne or something in between, the boutique brewery brings your ideal taproom to life, and to you.”
The boutique brewery taproom has different packages to choose from. The packages start at $1,500 and “are customizable to fit the unique needs, tastes, and budget of every client.”
Beware of the Square is from 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm on October 23rd in downtown Celina.
According to the website for Beware of the Square, other activities will be going on that day. There will be trick-or-treating, thriller dance lessons, flash mob, Hocus Pocus outdoor movie, psychic pavilion, blood drive, pumpkin painting, escape rooms, haunted house, kids zone, themed photo ops, food, drinks, and shopping.
Tour Texas stated that Craft and Cork will be an adult-only event held on November 13th at 142 North Ohio Street in Celina. Craft and Cork will be the second annual taste-testing event with “craft beer, wine with gourmet cheese pairings, and whiskey.”
A review on Off Main Brewing’s website states, “Throughout the process, the team at Off Main Brewing was so easy to work with and made us feel so special and celebrated the entire time! We would highly recommend working with Off Main Brewing for your big day.”
On Untapped, more reviews mentioned Off Main Brewing by stating, “solid beer,” “very drinkable,” and “beautiful color.”
This year’s holiday season and events you are scheduling for next year can be booked today by visiting offmainbrewing.com.