Pantera Golden Ale Release Party at Texas Ale Project
Saturday, Mar 6 2021, 2:00pm - 9:00pm CST. copy to my calendar, iCal export
Texas Ale Project 1001 N Riverfront Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207, United States (map)

*** EVENT RESCHEDULED due to the recent Winter Storm in Texas ***
Due to widespread power outages, communication challenges, water supply issues, and a variety of shipping and receiving delays, Texas Ale Project and Pantera have made the tough decision to reschedule the Pantera Golden Ale release event for Saturday, March 6th. Slight delays in the product releasing to retailers are anticipated, but Texas Ale Project is doing everything it can to stay on schedule where possible. VIP and General Admission tickets that have already been purchased will be automatically moved to the March 6th event, and ticket holders do not need to take any further action. We look forward to seeing everyone in two weeks, and we welcome warmer days ahead in Texas!

The countdown is on! Popular Dallas craft brewery, Texas Ale Project, is excited to announce a beer release party in early March, in collaboration with legendary Texas music icons, Pantera. Crushable with a clean finish and brewed with Cascade and Citra hops, Pantera Golden Ale (5.4% ABV) will be available at fine retailers across North Texas and Corpus Christi, as well as through Tavour craft beer delivery for direct-to-consumer shipping in the United States, starting on or our around March 1st, 2021. Additional Texas locations to follow.

Pantera Golden Ale will be the first beer to bear the Pantera name. “We love creating fine ales and enjoy all kinds of music. We’re very excited to unite these two passions together under our roof, this time in partnership with the almighty Pantera. I couldn’t be more pumped about this project,” says Brent Thompson, Founder and Brewmaster of Texas Ale Project.

Date: Saturday, March 6th, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Tickets are currently on sale through Eventbrite. Texas Ale Project will be presenting a virtual Q&A session on large screens with Rex Brown and Philip Anselmo from Pantera.

400 total tickets will be sold, split into two sessions of 200 tickets each. Session 1 will run from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, and Session 2 will run from 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm. The brewery, TAP Room, and Beer Garden will close at 9:00 pm.

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VIP Tickets
A limited number of VIP Tickets for each session are available at $40 each and includes a seat for the virtual Q&A with the band, a $10 wood-fired pizza credit for Cane Rosso, and one Pantera Golden Ale draft pour.

General Admission Tickets
GA Tickets for each session provide entry at $15 each

This event is restricted to guests ages 21 and up, and no dogs.

DJ Souljah will be the DJ & Emcee for the day, hosting the event from 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm; this music-focused event will be an exciting and socially responsible gathering, filled with contests and giveaways, while practicing pandemic-conscious protocols. Tables will be spaced for social distance and masks will be required of all guests. Giveaways will include CD’s from Pantera’s “Reinventing the Steel” album. Enjoy delicious food from Cane Rosso – including a custom Pantera pizza -- while enjoying TAP’s flexible indoor and outdoor space (weather permitting).

Currently Dallas County food and beverage facilities are legally allowed to host events at 50% capacity, and the Pantera Golden Ale release party will be safely held at one-third of the brewery’s full capacity.

Pantera Golden Ale 6-packs and growler fills will also be available for to-go purchase, along with limited release Pantera/Texas Ale Project collaboration merchandise from the TAP room only – including a beer glass, t-shirt, and sticker.

Pantera started their incredible and sometimes over-the-top metal journey just outside of Dallas, delivering their jaw- dropping, intense new sound that changed the path of metal. Pantera brought a ‘new level’ of excitement and inspiration to the metal genre. Their party reputation was a side of the band they were proud of. They were known to throw back a few beers. Reflective of the times -- during the band’s 90s glory days and the lighter broad and approachable beers the band members would typically drink -- the recipe for this collab screamed “golden ale”.

Texas Ale Project, the family and Veteran-owned brewery, opened in Dallas in 2014, is known for their passion and ability to handcraft some of the best beers in Texas. Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale, 50 FT Jackrabbit IPA, and 100 Million Angels Singing Double IPA are all gold medal-winning brews. This year, the brewery also launched a line of new craft hard seltzers under the brand TAPWTR.

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