Drink This: DFW Beers for Drinking Around Your Campfire
It’s late fall, and for North Texas, that means that it’s time to go camping. Now whether that means pitching a tent at Possum Kingdom, glamping in the Hill Country or just hanging out in your backyard, the odds are there will be a fire to sit around after dinner.
It’s so ingrained in our DNA that we’ll even get a fire going in the middle of a July night. Thankfully, it’s November. As you sit around your seasonally appropriate blaze, you’ll want something to drink. Here are a handful of local beers ready for a night of flannel, ghost stories and glowing embers.
La Lechuza | Four Corners Brewing
We’ll start with a beer that embodies campfires. Named after the Mexican shape-shifting witch that tends to take the shape of a large owl with a woman’s face, La Lechuza is a s’mores stout that pours heavy and sweet. Seriously, you have a ghost story and s’mores in one can — if you find something more appropriate for fall camping, let us know. Just watch out for the real Lechuza.