By Tiney Ricciardi – 8:00 AM on Nov 1, 2019, Dallas Morning News
3 Nations Brewing isn’t new to local drinkers, having opened in 2015, but the company recently moved into a massive new home in downtown Carrollton. Located in the shadow of a 70-year-old grain mill, the new spot includes five rooms, an outdoor patio and upgraded amenities. “We only had one bathroom [in Farmers Branch],” says partner John Royer. “Now we have five stalls for women.” 3 Nations is also close to the DART line and numerous restaurants where guests can buy food to bring to the brewery.
1033 E. Vandergriff Drive, Carrollton. 469-289-6062. 3nationsbrewing.com.
For 3 Nations Brewing, the end of 2018 brought major news. The Farmers Branch brewery announced that it would soon move to a massive former grain storage shed built in 1950, located in Carrollton’s bustling downtown.
3 Nations, launched in 2015, has moved forward with construction on the new location while shipping out a series of adventurous beers from across the flavor spectrum. Click here to view the full article: hyperlink: https://www.dallasobserver.com/best-of/2019/food-and-drink/best-local-brewery-11764685
Read any recap of Saturday’s Untapped Festival in Fort Worth, and within the first few sentences there’s probably going to be some mention of the weather. It was hot. It was humid. It was sticky. Hell, it was Houston (I grew up there, so don’t go getting all offended if you’re a current resident)!
Thankfully, though, there was beer…and while beer can’t solve all the world’s problems, a cold one or two can certainly help take the edge off a hefty dose of heat-induced delirium. Which reminds me, was I really involved in a conversation about drinking Delirium “Tree”-mens under the gathering point that became the big tree? Click here to view the full article.
You have your costumes created, house decorated, menu prepped and candy purchased. The only thing left is figuring out what to sip on this Halloween.
Whether you are hosting a gathering of friends this week, or simply greeting trick-or-treating kids at the door, you’ll need a spooky libation to celebration the day…Click here to view the full article.
With the craft beer boom galloping around town every which way, a brush with a local brew is inevitable — whether you’re into beer or not.
As a beer novice, I wanted to expand my brewing knowledge. (When I say pass me a cold one, I typically am popping the top on a diet Coke.) So I called on one of the newest breweries in town…Click here to view the full article.
There is the nifty tagline, “RESP3CT TRADITION,” printed across smartly designed cans, the contents of which are universally praised by aficionados who have sipped them and the 50-plus retailers and restaurateurs who peddle them.
A group of investors from Lake Highlands recently provided enough capital to put makers 3 Nations Brewing Co. on … Click here to view the full article.
WFAA morning news anchor Brandon Hamilton stops by the brewery for a quick tour and run down of the brew process. The ABC morning news team was promoting “Local Brews Local Grooves” at the House of Blues in Dallas.
Each month it seems like yet another brewery is announcing their opening, from Texas Ale Project to Bitter Sisters to Four Bullets to Tupps, they just keep appearing. Back in April, I wrote about 3 Nations Brewery releasing beers as early as May.
Unfortunately, the release of 3 Nations’ beer didn’t occur until last week, after its makers received their brewery license… Click here to view the full article.
When the North Texas heat peaks above 100 degrees this summer, it will be founder Gavin Secchi’s love of beer that fuels 3 Nations Brewing Co. At age 21, Secchi decided to leave college for a semester to travel to Germany and learn the beer brewing business.
Nine years later, he has started his own company that creates suds reminiscent of old-style brewing methods in… Click here to view the full article and video.
In a rather simple building in Farmers Branch, unseen to the average person, you can find the origin of 3 Nations Brewing. Earlier this spring, the founder and owner of Grapevine Craft Brewery moved his operations out, and native North Texan Gavin Secchi moved in.
Secchi, who went to Germany for training in making beer, has an impressive resume that includes stints at Franconia Brewing Co. 3 Nations focuses on brewing… Click here to view the full article and video.