With more than 300 events happening during North Texas Beer Week (Nov. 11-20), it's safe to say revelers won't go thirsty. Here are six ways to make the most of these 10 beer-ific days.

Fest so hard

If you're looking for a ton of fun in one place, hit a festival.

NTX Beer Week held its Second Annual Brewers Ball at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel on November 13, 2015. Michelle and David Muckian

NTX Beer Week held its Second Annual Brewers Ball at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel on November 13, 2015. Michelle and David Muckian

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Untapped festival: Now in its fifth year, Untapped in Dallas' Fair Park is annually one of the biggest beer week events. Expect more than 400 beers to pair with tunes from bands TV on the Radio, Gogol Bordello and Kaleo among others. Check out the monster beer list before you go.

Nov. 12 from 3:30-10:30 p.m. at Fair Park, 1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd., Dallas. $39-$154. More deets.

Brewer's Ball: Ever been to a black-tie beer fest? Craft beer's industry elite come to Dallas with some of their rarest recipes for this soiree. Local restaurants also serve food to soak up the suds. If you can't afford the $125 price tag, visit the Omni Dallas Hotel from 4-7 p.m. for a free lawn party, where Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket broadcasts live and Mayor Mike Rawlings toasts beer week.

Nov. 18 from 7-10 p.m. at Omni Dallas Hotel, 555 South Lamar St., Dallas. More deets.

B.A.T.C.H. (Beer, Art, Trek, Chill, Happy)

B.A.T.C.H.: McKinney residents can peruse a beer-themed art exhibit at Creating in Cahoots studio before hopping on a bus tour that hits the local Tupps Brewery and Franconia Brewing Co. Expect food and entertainment to round out the evening.

Nov. 12 from 5-10 p.m. at Creating in Cahoots, 1827 W. Louisiana St., McKinney. $45. More deets.

Spin Room Festival: On Rotation brewpub in East Dallas brings out more than 20 original craft beers for this daylong event. Some are house favorites, but most are new releases.

Nov. 13 from noon to 10 p.m. at On Rotation, 7328 Gaston Ave., Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

Eat your fill

Hope you're hungry, because beer and bites are a natural pair.

Scardello Artisan Cheese shop teams up with Collective Brewing Project for a pairing during NTX Beer Week.

Scardello Artisan Cheese shop teams up with Collective Brewing Project for a pairing during NTX Beer Week.

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Gummies, Queens and Gose Flight: LUCK restaurant in Dallas is known for its quirky pairings, and this time it has a lineup of brews from Martin House Brewing Co. to go with house-made gummy snacks. Beers include Queen of the Mist gose in three flavors -- tart cherry, prickly pear and black currant -- and Salty Lady gose.

Nov. 11 from 6-9 p.m. at LUCK, 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas. $13. More deets.

Makin' Bacon: Perk up, carnivores. Texas Ale Project is collaborating with Fort Worth's Pouring Glory restaurant on a bacon and beer flight to kick off the week. $20 buys five beer samples, including a new release called Oaty McOatface, paired with four pieces of bacon.

Nov. 11 from 5-8 p.m. at Texas Ale Project, 1001 N. Riverfront Blvd., Dallas. More deets.

Breakfast Stout Brunch: Liquid brunch anyone? The Bearded Lady in Fort Worth is tapping three beers from Founders Brewing Co. -- Nitro Rubaeus, Breakfast Stout and Backwoods Bastard -- just for the occasion. Get there early to snag a branded mug.

Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. at The Bearded Lady, 1229 Seventh Ave., Fort Worth. Free to attend. More deets.

Crafty Cupcake Evening With Peticolas

A Crafty Cupcake Evening: Bring your sweet tooth to Lone Star Taps and Caps in Lewisville when the crew serves up four beers from Peticolas Brewing Co. to go with a cupcake flight. There's beer baked into the sweet treats, too.

Nov. 15 from 5-10 p.m. at Lone Star Taps and Caps, 4740 State Highway 121, Lewisville. $12. More deets.

Scardello Cheese Pairing: The Collective Brewing Project in Fort Worth has built a reputation for its sour beers. At this event, staff will pair four samples with eight cheeses from the locally renowned Scardello Artisan Cheese shop.

Nov. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Collective Brewing Project, 112 St. Louis Ave., Fort Worth. $30. More deets.

Goat Roast Dinner: Chef Suki Otsuki of Mudhen Meat and Greens is roasting a goat and serving it up over three courses. Dinner, which is a set price, comes with four beers from California's Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at Mudhen Meat and Greens, 900 S. Harwood St., Dallas. $50. More deets.

Learn something new

Go on, get a little nerdy about beer.

Drew Huerter (pictured) is chief brewer at BrainDead Brewing in Deep Ellum.

Drew Huerter (pictured) is chief brewer at BrainDead Brewing in Deep Ellum.

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All Grain Homebrew with Drew: Rise and shine to spend a brew day under the direction of Andrew Huerter, chief brewer at BrainDead Brewing in Deep Ellum. The venue provides hot and cold water, as well as a solid pitch of house yeast. The rest is up to you.

Nov. 13 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at BrainDead Brewing, 2625 Main St., Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

Women of Craft Beer Happy Hour: Women are a growing force in the craft beer industry. Hear about the business through the eyes of the local ladies involved. The evening includes a chance to mingle with sales, distribution, management and brewing personnel followed by a panel discussion. Girl power!

Nov. 14 from 6-9 p.m. at BrainDead Brewing, 2526 Main St., Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

NTX Beer Week Trailblazers Panel

Trailblazers Panel: If you'd rather hear how some of the men in the local scene jump-started the craft beer movement, head to Lakewood Brewing Co. in Garland for a panel discussion. Panelists include Fritz Rahr (co-founder of Rahr and Sons Brewing Co.), Keith Schlabs (partner in Flying Saucer bars), and Dan Heinzerling (brewer at Humperdink's Restaurant and Brewpub), among others. Tickets include three beers and a food coupon.

Nov. 14 from 6:30-9 p.m. at Lakewood Brewing Co., 2302 Executive Drive, Garland. $25.87 . More deets.

Mingle with celebs

Founders from some of the world's most prestigious breweries will be in town. Don't miss your chance to toast them.

Woody, Deschutes Brewery's mobile keg bar

Woody, Deschutes Brewery's mobile keg bar

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Giovanni Campari, founder and brewmaster of Birrificio del Ducato, is lauded as Italy's most awarded brewer. He'll be at the Meddlesome Moth for an intimate beer dinner featuring four courses alongside six beers, many of which are funky, wild brews.

Nov. 17 at the Meddlesome Moth, 1621 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas at 6:30 p.m. $80. More deets.

Doug Odell opened Fort Collins, Colo.-based Odell Brewing Co. in 1989 and it has since become a cult favorite for its easy-drinking flagships and continually experimental brews. He makes an appearance at the Brewer's Ball on Nov. 18, but you can also catch him at a brunch at the Bearded Lady in Fort Worth (Nov. 19 at 11 a.m.).

Brad Farbstein is responsible for one of Texas' most respected breweries, Real Ale Brewing Co. If you live in Texas, there's a good chance you've tried his Fireman's #4 blonde ale. He is attending the Brewer's Ball (Nov. 18), but you can also catch him at the Flying Saucer in Garland for a discussion about the Texas craft beer movement (Nov. 18 from 2-4 p.m.; free to attend) and the Meddlesome Moth in Dallas for a "morning wood beer" brunch (Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.; $60).

Sexy calendar shows off bearded, beer-belly glory of Dallas brewers

Dirtbag Charities Official Calendar Signing: Members of the beer community banded together earlier this year to create a sexy calendar for a cause. Some of the fully bearded and beer-bellied models will be signing copies at LUCK. Proceeds benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Nov. 20 from 1-3 p.m. at LUCK, 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas. Free to attend; calendars cost $20. More deets.

Woody T. Barrel is a mobile bar that serves up suds from Oregon's Deschutes Brewery, and he's a celeb in his own right. Check him out at the Untapped festival in Dallas (Nov. 12) and select Deschutes events in D-FW, including a tap takeover at East Side Denton (Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.; free to attend).

Show the competition

What's a party without a little friendly competition?

Four Bullets Brewery opened in 2015 in Richardson. Guests at the Brewer's Brew Off and Competition will choose a new recipe to be produced commercially.

Four Bullets Brewery opened in 2015 in Richardson. Guests at the Brewer's Brew Off and Competition will choose a new recipe to be produced commercially.

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Brewer's Brew Off and Competition: Four Bullets Brewery in Richardson tasked each of its assistant brewers to create an original recipe for sampling at this event. Patrons try them all and vote for their favorite. The winner will be brewed as a commercial batch.

Nov. 15 from 7-10 p.m. at Four Bullets Brewery, 640 N. Interurban St., Richardson. $10. More deets.

Old School 8-Bit Tourney: Bring your best video-game skills to this competition at Noble Rey Brewing Co. in Dallas that features old-school arcade games like Frogger. Expect to find Tallgrass Brewing Co.'s appropriately themed 8-Bit pale ale on draft and prizes for the winner.

Nov. 16 from 6-9 p.m. at Noble Rey Brewing Co., 2636 Farrington St., Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

Beerlympics

Beerlympics: Dig up the sweatbands for a Sunday Funday of beer-related games that will test your craft knowledge as well as your keg-running skills. The competition starts promptly at 1 p.m. at Pouring Glory in Fort Worth. The top three competitors will be awarded with brewery swag and other prizes.

Nov. 20 from 1-4 p.m. at Pouring Glory, 1001 Bryan Ave., Fort Worth. $5 to register. More deets.

FW Weekly Homebrew Throwdown: Local homebrewers bring out their best suds for this daylong festival. Patrons get to sample beer, enjoy live music and watch the Cowboys game. There's also a panel discussion and the judges will award prizes to the brewers of the best beers.

Nov. 20 from noon to 6 p.m at Panther Island Pavilion Shack, 395 Purcey St., Fort Worth. $15-20. More deets.

Try something new

There will be numerous new releases and special tappings. Here are the ones you don't want to miss.

The Austin Beer garden Brewing Co. was recently named "brewpub of the year" at Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

The Austin Beer garden Brewing Co. was recently named "brewpub of the year" at Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

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Macallan Barrel-Aged Legion release: Community Beer Co. aged some of its decadent Legion Russian imperial stout in Macallan Scotch whisky barrels for an entire year. The result is said to be bold and peaty, with notes of coffee, chocolate and oak. Limit one per person; beer comes in souvenir glassware.

Nov. 11 at 5 p.m. at Community Beer Co., 1530 Inspiration Drive, Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

Austin Beer Garden Brewery Night

Welcome the ABGB: Fresh off winning brewpub of the year at Great American Beer Festival, Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co. makes its North Texas debut. Brewers join the party to answer questions about their award-winners Industry pilsner and Hell Yes helles.

Nov. 17 at 6 p.m at BrainDead Brewing, 2625 Main St., Dallas. Free to attend. More deets.

Manhattan Project Beer Co. launch: Another local brewery makes its debut during beer week. Get the first taste of the Manhattan Project at the Common Table on Nov. 11 (5 p.m.), LUCK on Nov. 16 (6 p.m.), Eno's Pizza Tavern on Nov. 17 (5 p.m.) and Thirsty Growler on Nov. 19 (5 p.m.). For a list of offerings, visit manhattanproject.beer.

Hemisphere Brewing Co. launch (CANCELED): Rockwall's second brewery opens its doors just in time for beer week. It hosts a three-day party featuring five new beers. A $15 ticket buys eight half-pours of beer during one of five sessions throughout the weekend. Food will be available for purchase.

UPDATE: Hemisphere has canceled the grand opening because it will not have its final inspection done in time.

For a complete list of events, go to ntxbeerweek.com.

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