Monday, July 29, 2019

Pegasus City spreading its wings downtown

 Taking flight at The Tiny Tap (Photo: © Brian Brown/Beer in Big D).
Two years after opening its original facility in the Design District, Pegasus City Brewery of Dallas has announced it will expand with a second location to be established in the Dallas Power and Light building at 1508 Commerce St.

Set in the heart of Downtown Dallas, the 1930s-era structure is a fitting choice given how the city's history has influenced the Pegasus City brand. In fact, a perfect example of that is the brewery's Nine Volt D.P.& L Tripel, a beer named after the building itself.

According to a press release, Pegasus City's new space will feature a small-batch brewing system, with an indoor taproom and outdoor beer garden comprising the public areas. The company says its goal is to highlight the history of the building and the city as it creates "a taproom environment welcoming to all."

As for timelines, work is just beginning, but Pegasus City hopes to makes its downtown debut in the spring of 2020. Once that happens, expect it to be business as usual in the Design District, where The Tiny Tap will maintain its regular hours.

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