A Toast…in Thanks

In the spirit of the holiday, we want to thank everyone who has ever shared a pint with us at Division. While making beer is our passion, making friends is our heart. It has been a humbling experience, to be sure. And for that, we are grateful.  Good beer and good friends to share it with makes the journey worthwhile.  Thank you!

A special thanks goes to the people who make it happen every day. These are the friends who put their time, generosity, and vibrant personalities into making hard work fun. Whether pouring, serving, cleaning, smiling, loading, unloading, moving equipment, mopping, creating beer, sampling, or supporting your spouse’s hobby, here’s to you –  Juli and Sean Cooley,  Jennifer and Brian Dingler, Jonesy, Jon Dodd, Mark Schatzman, Chris Morgan, Laurie and John Purdy, Deborah and Trevor Dyck, Brandon Lotspeich and Nick Culp.


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!..an 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!