Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Celebrate seven years of small-batch beers at On Rotation

Images courtesy of On Rotation.

On Rotation Brewery & Kitchen of Dallas is set to celebrate seven years in business with a birthday bash on Saturday, April 9.

Originally opening as a small-batch production brewery (and wine bar) in early 2015, founders Jacob and Lindsay Sloan relocated On Rotation from Lakewood to the Braniff Centre at Dallas Love Field in mid-2021. This allowed them to expand brewing operations, while also adding a kitchen and other amenities to assume full brewpub status.

From the start, the company's reputation as a craft beer laboratory has been central to its success, something evidenced by the fact that over 340 different beer releases have occurred over the course of On Rotation's history. At first, the Sloans managed the mash paddle(s) in the brewhouse themselves, but day-to-day operations are now handled by Dan Heinzerling, an industry veteran with over 20 years of brewing experience in North Texas.

As for the coming event, it will serve as both an anniversary party and the unofficial grand opening for On Rotation’s home at the Braniff Centre, which never got a proper debut celebration due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

Featured attractions will include lawn games, live screen printing, and of course, beer - with 15 house brews expected to be on tap, including two new releases, and a selection of beers created in collaboration with other local breweries like Cowtown Brewing Co. of Fort Worth, along with Celestial Beerworks and Vector Brewing of Dallas.

Festivities will run from 12 p.m. until midnight, and attendance is free. For more details, click here to view the official event post on the brewpub's website.

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