Lakewood Brewing Co. Opens North Dallas Event Spaces


Team-building Pairs Perfectly With Fresh Beer At The Source

Dallas, TX (June 2023) – Lakewood Brewing Company is opening up during off-hours
for corporate and group events for just the cost of food and drink. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Mondays through Thursdays, Lakewood’s spacious indoor and outdoor spaces can be
reserved for team-building and gatherings that pair well with the over 24 beers on tap
and full kitchen.
“The best and freshest beer is best enjoyed at the source,” said Wim Bens, founder of
Lakewood Brewing Co. “Over the last decade, we’ve seen tons of reluctant ‘plus ones’
come to Lakewood with their beer lover only to leave with a new appreciation after
trying their first Temptress. I love the look on their faces after the first sip!”
Events can be as extravagant as planners want, even including beer canned with
custom labels that can feature the company logo as well as company branded
glassware. In addition to free hang time in the spaces, private event programming can
also include brewery tours and guided tastings.
“We have such welcoming and fun spaces, even your TPS report training will seem like
a good time,” added Bens. “There’s nothing more motivating to get through your
business meeting than knowing there’s beer at the end.”
Set against a giant Instagram-ready mural that covers almost the entire side of the
brewery, Lakewood’s sweeping covered outdoor beergarden has attractions for adults
like foosball, cornhole, dart boards, giant Jenga, and outside spaces with firepits
surrounded by Adirondack chairs. Inside, the taproom features booths, communal
tables, and comfortable seating throughout with cozy lighting and more murals.

Overlooking the Taproom is the “Lakewood Loft,” a speakeasy-inspired private event
space with a bird’s eye view of Lakewood’s massive tanks below. The Founder’s
Taproom, Lakewood’s original 2012 taproom space, is another private event space with
a bar, mural, and fixture upgrades.
Lakewood’s kitchen features appetizers, salads, sandwiches, flatbread pizzas, and
sweets, many of which have tastes of Lakewood fan favorites – creamy jalapeno queso
is made with Lakewood Lager, the Bavarian Pretzel is served with Tangerine Queen
pub cheese and Temptress mustard, flavors of the smoked brisket are brought out with
Lakewood Lager barbecue sauce and beer pickles, and the Prosciutto flatbread is
topped with a balsamic Temptress reduction.
Lakewood is most notably known for its Temptress Imperial Milk Stout, and has recently
ushered forth a new divine beer, GODDESS – Hazy IPA. The brewery’s juiciest hazy
yet, GODDESS is available statewide, with 5% of proceeds benefiting local Texas
chapters of the Pink Boots Society. Drawing beer lovers worldwide, Lakewood Brewing
Co. is located at 2302 Executive Drive in Garland. Its beers are available on shelves
Texas-wide and can be found using Lakewood’s online Beer Finder.
Groups interested in Lakewood’s event spaces can contact the brewery here.

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About Lakewood Brewing Company
Lakewood Brewing Company is a family-owned, independent craft brewery making
Seriously Fun Beer. Lakewood exploded onto the DFW brewing scene in 2012 and
became famous for its Temptress Imperial Milk Stout, which is now the best-selling craft
stout in Texas. Its diverse beer portfolio includes year-round, seasonal, and limited
release beers.
Lakewood has been recognized nationally in major beer competitions including: U.S.
Beer Tasting Championship, U.S. Open Beer Championship, San Diego, Denver and
Los Angeles International Beer Competitions among others. Lakewood beers are
available throughout Texas in discerning bars, restaurants, and retailers. For the
Lakewood Taproom location and a “find our beer” tool, visit

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