Carolina Brewing Company is having an all day celebration to open the taproom by tapping specialty beers every hour starting at 1pm, September 19th. They will have the world famous CBC tour with Joe and there will be food trucks too. Say hello to their new taproom manager Katie Moran when you come in to see the new taproom.
Here is the line up of beers they have been cellaring in anticipation of their taproom opening. The tapping schedule will be:
1pm – Pollinator Honey Doppelbock
2pm – 2014 Old 392 Barleywine
3pm – 2015 Groundhog Imperial Stout
4pm – 2014 Wiggo!
5pm – 2014 Nitro Winter Porter
6pm – 2015 Bourbon Barrel Aged Groundhog Imperial Stout
7pm – 2014 Bourbon Barrel Aged Pollinator Honey Doppelbock
8pm – 2013 Old 392 Barleywine
CBC will also be open Thursday the 17th and Friday the 18th from 4-9pm with a ribbon cutting at 5pm on Thursday with the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce. On Friday they will have a Food Truck on site.
140 Thomas Mill Rd, Holly Springs, NC 27540
Dean’s Seafood Grill & Bar is hosting Wine & Beer Socials, each featuring three wines or NC craft beers paired with delicious passed hors d’oeuvres. These socials are just that – a casual, after work cocktail hour, perfect for co-workers or friends to gather and unwind. Wine and beer reps will be on hand to answer questions.
September 22nd — Double Barley Beer Social
September 24th – Bombshell Beer Social
October 8th – Southern African Wine Social
October 22nd – Fullsteam Beer Social
November 5th – Chilean Wine Social
November 19th – Raleigh Brewing Beer Social
December 3rd – Italian Wine Social
6:30-7:30pm • $25 per person (plus tax, service charge and fees)
Visit www.deanssocials.eventbrite.com for event details, menus and to purchase tickets.
With their Anniversary only a few months long gone, The Unknown Brewing Company announced today the release of their stubborn 1.5ish Anniversary Belgian Style Red Rye Ale. This beer is a beautiful 9.0% by vol, which includes a powerful sour punch to the face. This beer is a Belgian Style Red Rye that has been aged and soured in French Oak Cabernet Barrels with strawberries and vanilla bean.
Owner/Head Brewer Brad Shell says, “We wanted to make a beer that really stood out to be known as our special edition Anniversary brew, but of course like anything amazing it took it’s time and the beer decided it didn’t want to finish until it was ready. Hey, you never want to rush a good thing”, which the bottle makes sure you know how long we waited for.
1 pint, 6fl oz of their glass bottle is hitting shelves in North and South Carolina now.