|Image credit: Dead Cowboy Brewing Company|
Yet another brewery hopeful has taken to crowdsourcing as a way to get their craft beer aspirations off the ground.
The Dead Cowboy Brewing Company is looking to renovate an old bank building on 202 E. Main Street in Royse City. According to their Kickstarter page, they're seeking pledges equaling a total of $38,000, which would supplement loans and private funds. If all goes as planned, the founders are looking at a projected opening date of December 1, 2013.
If you need further incentive, Dead Cowboy will be out sampling their wares (along with countless other homebrewers and local pros) this Sunday at Brew Riot. This community event starts at 4 p.m. in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff.
They'll be pouring:
East Texas Pine IPA - Cascade, Magnum and Centennial hops.
Ruby Red Wheat - White wheat meets Texas Ruby Red grapefruit.
Texas Crude Stout - Chocolate and Munich malt, oats and lactose.
Texas Sunset - Sparkling cider conditioned with raspberries and local honey.
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Update: Due to unforseen circumstances regarding the sale of their intended property, Dead Cowboy has ended their Kickstarter campaign. The search for a new site is underway.