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Malai Kitchen Hires Brewmaster to Oversee House Beer Program

Apr 19, 2016 07:42AM ● Published by Audrey Sellers

It’s not just the food getting the buzz at Malai Kitchen; the Vietnamese/Thai-inspired restaurant has a new brewmaster at the helm: Matt Reynolds. Braden and Yasmin Wages, owners of Malai Kitchen, hired the 2011 University of North Texas graduate to oversee the restaurant’s house beer program.

Reynolds previously worked as a mechanical and design engineer. In his free time, he immersed himself in Dallas’ burgeoning craft-beer scene and began honing the craft of home brewing. When presented with the opportunity to oversee Malai’s program, he took the leap, turning his passion into a full-time job.

Utilizing his engineering background and vast knowledge of craft beer, its ingredients and nuances, Reynolds will oversee the creation and production of Malai’s portfolio of Southeast Asian-inspired brews, including recipe testing and development, and researching current beer trends to ensure Malai stays on the forefront.

Visit MalaiKitchen.com to learn more about the Park Village restaurant, and click here to read our Local Flavor story.


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