- Founders Steve Porcari, George Escoval and Greg Leftwitch, saw our city was a craft beer desert, so these guys made it their goal to elevate craft beer culture in Dallas, and thats exactly what they did.
- Steve and George were hanging out and having some beer and saw a commercial for the long shot contest from Sam Adams, a contest that if you won your beer would be featured in a six pack by them. On the spot they picked up the phone and ordered a brewing kit, and brewed their first beer. It tasted like weak iced tea and they didnt submit it. Steve persisted at brewing and got a whole lot better at it and from that point on they were home brewers.
- Greg leftwhich was apart of a home brewing club.
- Eno's Pizza in Bishop Arts hosted their first home brewing competition in 2009 named Brew Riot and in year one of this competition, George and Steve took home first place and Greg's group won peoples choice because of this they were all given a beer for free each week at Enos and began hanging out discussing how awesome it would be to open a small craft brewery that represented the character of their Neighborhood in Oak Cliff.
- Four Corners is named after the Lewlleyn and Davis st Intersection in Oak Cliff, where there was a taco shop, tire shop, bolsa and mexican food restaurant. It was a place where the neighborhood gathered and culturally intersected.
- Soon after they opened their first location in West Dallas by Trinity Groves, As Dallas's third brewery in operation and the demand for their beer in south texas had them bursting at the seems to scale up and created the need for this facility you see here.
- Their slogan is all day ales, with the idea of keeping beers between 4 to 5% so that you can enjoy them all day long.
- Since their inception in 2009 and establishment in 2012, they have come along way, and in July of 2018 they were bought by Constellation Brands. “We like to say that Four Corners Brewing is our collective beer journey, and partnering with Constellation continues that journey by opening amazing possibilities of where our brand and company can go,” Four Corners’ Esquivel said via the release. “We’re proud Texas brewers, and we’ve always had intent of sharing our brews and our story with as many people as possible. We know Constellation Brands is the right partner to help us do that.”