Chris Morgan

This is a long overdue announcement, but Division Brewing is very happy to have Chris Morgan working as our cellarman and assistant brewer.   This guy is amazingly talented and we look forward to what the future holds for him.


Chris Morgan – Cellarman/Brewer

Chris, a self-proclaimed pioneer, spent his childhood in rural South Texas and in 2002 he moved to Arlington, where he works as an aquatic technician. Frustrated with the lack of variety in the mainstream beer industry, he turned his sights on craft beer where he developed a passion for variety and quality. He lives in Arlington with his Fiancee, Jaimi where he spends his free time growing various plants, home brewing, riding motorcycles and finding adventure where he can.

More music coming to Division Brewing


Beer and music…music and beer.   They just go together.   Sean and I are just as passionate about music as we are beer, and we want to make sure that good live music becomes a part of Division’s culture.   Old time country, alt-country, roots rock, punk, psychedelic, ambient and good old fashioned rock & roll.  We love it!  In the coming months we will be filling the calendar with bands from Arlington, Austin and the Americas.

Come on out…grab a stool and sip some Cosmic Wah tonight while listening to Mike DeLoach’s Roadside Duo.   They’re playing inside, where it’s nice and cool.  Cheers!

Survivor’s Guide to Division Brewing

Construction..Road Blocks..Detours..and Unpainted Breweries….

I keep hearing from folks who can’t find the brewery.   Sorry… some of it is my fault since we haven’t painted or placed a sign on the brewery and the only picture online is a mockup I made over a year ago.   The city has also decided to replace major sewage and services on Abram St., so we definitely aren’t the easiest place to find or get to.

Hopefully, this graphical guide will help remedy the situation.

Abram St. is a mess…


No worries…just continue east from Cooper St… on through the cones.  See that big donut sign in the distance?  You’re almost there.


Shipley Do-Nuts…yum! Abram St. icon.  Hang a left on Mary St and head north.


East Main St!   The coolest place in Arlington.  : D    Hang a right and look for the yellow metal building on the right.


This one…  This is Division Brewing.


Through this door you will find a multitude of extra special beer.  Come see us and try it for yourself.

Looking for a refill?


Thanks for coming out to the brewery this week.   We are geared and ready to deliver more Division beer next week.   There will also be a brand new sour debuting, so stay tuned for details.

Taproom – Thursday-Friday 4-10pm,  Saturday 6-10pm

Tour – Saturday 3-6pm

We are reopening this Saturday, May 28th!

Gosh…it seems like an eternity since we’ve served beer and now we are ready!   Xmas morning, Xmas Squeeze, Uncle Morty, Peanut Udder Madness, Sticky ‘stache and a special edition of Prodigal Saison (pear juice infusion) all make a return to the tap wall.

…and if that’s not reason enough, we have the Citizens of Boracho playing a few lively sets  of rock and roll out back.  Cheers!



Brewery Hours…

Due to the great crowds at our last few events, we have depleted our stock and are currently brewing like mad men to replenish it. We would like everyone to experience our many varieties of beer, so we have decided to temporarily close until May 28th when we will have most everything back on tap. However, there are some opportunities to drink our beer before then.

• This Saturday, May 21st, we will be at the North Texas FirkinFest @ Globe Life Park, so come out and see us.

• Our downtown neighbors, Kool Keg and J.R. Bentley’s will be serving up pints of AG-Town Imperial IPA.

Thanks for your patronage and patience during this first year as we grow to meet the demands of our thirsty consumers! We have some really fun events coming, so stay tuned.

Sean and Wade


Inaugural East Main St. Art & Music Festival, May 7, 2016

Featuring 69 Artist/Vendor Booths & 23 Bands & Musicians (Free Admission)

Arlington, Texas – The 2016 East Main St. Art and Music Festival, May 7, 2016, Noon-8pm, will create a three block, street scene, anchored by Division Brewing Company and Mavericks Grill (601 E. Main St., 76010). Festival goers will have to opportunity to visit 50, local and emerging artists/vendor booths, listen to over 20 local music acts, hit the bounce houses and check out the Pop Up Dog Park. #FamilyFriendly

For the foodie and the craft beer lover, the #EMAF2016 will include 12 hand crafted beers (brewed on the block) from Division Brewing Co., hand made brisket tacos from Mavericks Grill (full menu available) and fresh pastries.

The East Main St. experience will include art booths with a variety of media including, live painting, sculpting, and potting. Art lovers will find, that on any budget, the East Main St. Art Festival is the perfect opportunity to begin collecting art or add to an established gallery.

Brian Weatherford will serve as Emcee and Mayor Jeff Williams will be on hand at 3:00pm to help celebrate Arlington’s 140th Birthday.

A full-day lineup of 22 local musicians, in three locations, will be performing for festival goers, including the award winning Sam Houston Mariachi Band, 3:00pm on The Maverick Stage. Check out other locals performing in the Arlington Proud Plaza and in Division Brewing Alley, while you stroll, eat, drink, and shop on E. Main St.

While on the block, guests will be able to check out sculptures, AJs Bounce Houses, Chess Pop Up Park (provided by North Arlington, Chess Club), Outdoor Reading Room (featuring Little Free Libraries), Pop Up Dog Park, Arlington Public Library Literacy Mobile, Street Performers/Flow Artists and play some Ping Pong or Cornhole.

Arlington Animal Services will be on hand with their mobile pet adoption unit. Please help us place as many pups as possible.

Full Line-Up of Artist, Vendors (69) and Musicians (23) below.

Artist and Vendor Lineup:

A&A Art Work
Ashlie Chandler Art
Arlington Artist Guild
Down To Earth Stone
Etta’s Originals
Forever In Time, Art by Louise, LLC
Rain Pebbles Glass
Sarah Collins Art
Tangled Art
Texas Sculpture Association
Viva La DIY
Aaron Marshall
Amy Stephens
Cliff & Cher Baise
Elias Wilson
Hanlie Engelbrecht
Jeremy Hjort
Jerry McKay
Jesus Nevarez
Joanna Irizarry
Joie Wagnild
Jonathan Pinto
Justin Simmons
Kara Phillips
Landis Dorse
Lydia Zant
Michael Smalley
Nichole Meza
Sergio San Martin
Sergio Santos
Vanesa Caban
William Bracey
Arlington Cultural Collective
Arlington Proud
Arlington Yoga Center
Bentley James Kids
Big Jon’s Creations
Camp Bowie Beard Company
Camp Gladiator
Clover Hollow Soaps and Sundries
Dreams with Wings Jewelry
Ephemera! Comics and Plant Boutique
Flying Colours
Hippie Notions
HoukWalker Originals
Judith’s Glass Concepts
Larkspur Studio
Maroches Baker
Michael’s Guitar Studio
PMK Clothing
Pokey O’s
Raztana LLC
SHHS Alumni Association
Stacy’s Henna and Crafts
Storybook Studios
Studio Longoria
Tammy’s Treasures
The Kreative Consultant
The Willow Tree
Trinity Marketplace
Tulip Tree Designs
Wax Impressions
Bath Bombs by Alicia G.
JAH Steampunk Jewelry

Check out the musical line up !!!!

Mavericks Stage:
7:00pm Highpoint : Band
5:30pm Hightower Band
4:00pm The E.R. Project
3:00pm Mayor Jeff Williams
3:15pm Sam Houston Mariachi Band
2:00pm Big Red Ants
1:00pm Forget Conformity (Acoustic)

Division Brewing Stage
Noon Sun Over Sea
1:00pm The Real Brandon Kareem and El’Kevon Sullivan
2:00pm William + Marie
3:00pm Thawind Mills
4:00pm Tristan Bugenis
5:00pm ForthWrite National Youth Slams
6:00pm Sunshine Emery

Moose Tree Stage
12:30pm Slow Jim Moody
1:30pm Julie Hazzard
2:30pm Tha Craziac
3:30pm Randy Buster music
4:30pm EMMA
5:30pm West Albaladejo