Official MAVS Pregame Party Sponsored by Bud Light!


Nickel and Rye in Uptown, Dallas on McKinney Avenue is now the official Dallas Maverick’s watching place.  Going to the game? Ride the M-Line Trolley  in Uptown, Dallas to American Airlines Center and stop by on your way.  We are located at the McKinney Avenue and Routh stop,  directly across the street from Whole Foods Uptownand next door to Fat Rabbit in Uptown Dallas.  Continue to check in for more details for drink and food specials during the Mavericks game.

November Tap Takeover with Firestone Walker !

We’re featuring some kick ass beers this month with Firestone Walker as our tap takeover and wanted to share a few fun tid bits of knowledge with you on these killer beers. Enjoy!
Weird Beer Wednesday 11/11
American Pale Wheat Ale brewed with hibiscus flowers:

“An Americanized version of a Hefe Weizen, these beers range within the pale to golden range in color. Reminiscent of a Hefe Weizen in appearance, unless filtered. Long-lasting head with a light to medium body, higher carbonation is proper. German Weizen flavors and aromas of banana esters and clove-like phenols will not be found. Most use a substantial percentage of wheat malt. Hop character will be low to high but most are moderate in bitterness. Firestone used 200 pounds of hibiscus flowers in the batch. Abv 5.2%”

–  Source: Beer Advocate
Pint Night 11/13
Firestone Pivo PilsGerman Pilsener:
“The Pilsner beer was first brewed in Bohemia, a German-speaking province in the old Austrian Empire. Pilsner is one of the most popular styles of lager beers in Germany, and in many other countries. It’s often spelled as “Pilsener”, and often times abbreviated, or spoken in slang, as “Pils.”Classic German Pilsners are very light straw to golden in color. Head should be dense and rich. They are also well-hopped, brewed using Noble hops such has Saaz, Hallertauer, Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, Tettnanger, Styrian Goldings, Spalt, Perle, and Hersbrucker. These varieties exhibit a spicy herbal or floral aroma and flavor, often times a bit coarse on the palate, and distribute a flash of citrus-like zest–hop bitterness can be high. Abv 5.3%”
–  Source: Beer Advocate
For full articles or more info. follow our link to Beer Advocate