Wilmington NC Beer

Weekly Mixed Six August 18th

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  August 20, 2019

Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
Waterman’s Brewing U-352: 4.5% A very quaffable version of the iconic German Wheat style. A smooth body from the heavy use of wheat lays a foundation for the banana and clove esters and an very clean finish. Great for a session on the deck! Named after a sunken German Submarine off the NC coast. Front Street Brewery Napoleon Rye-namite: 6.7% When Russia sent Napoleon packing in 1812, they baked the world’s best-tasting bread to celebrate:

Behind Bars: Mike Donohoe

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  August 13, 2019

Category: Blog, Bottle Shops
Photo Courtesy Mike Donohoe Behind Bars is BACK and this time we’re chatting with Mike Donohoe from Session Beer Market, on the south side of town. Session just celebrate their two year anniversary. They’re a bottle shop with an extensive selection in bottles and cans, and a humble but impressive draft list. Go say hi to Mike! AT: What is your favorite thing about bartending? MD: The metal bottle opener thing has a loop at

Weekly Mixed Six August 11th

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  August 11, 2019

Category: Blog, Breweries
Bill’s Brewing Lunch Punch: 4.5% The middle of the day is boring. Let your lunch pack a perfect hop punch. This session IPA is hopped with Simcoe, El Dorado, and Amarillo. Edward Teach Brewing Apricot Lager: 5.2% The base is Ed Teach’s German Lager, presenting soft bready malt character that allows the pleasant fruity, tart apricot shine. Wrightsville Beach Brewery Piña Colada Berliner Weisse: 3.8% Made with fresh coconut and pineapple, this brew is tart,
Lagerfest 2019 at Wrightsville Beach Brewery is sure to deliver tons of cold-fermented fun. For $30 attendees can indulge in endless samples of lagers of all flavors and colors. Breweries from all over the state will gather for the event. Music will be provided by Nathan Kornegay and L-Shape Lot. The festival is perfect for people one the fence about diving into the wild world of craft beer. While sippers will find light, balanced, crisp

Weekly Mixed Six August 4th

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  August 6, 2019

Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
A weekly roundup of local and craft beer that can be found around the area on tap, in bottles, or in cans. These are not beer reviews and should be used for entertainment purposes only. Skytown Beer Company Princess Street Pilsner: 4.5% Hoppy pils brewed with Amarillo, Citra and Nugget. Crisp & refreshing with a dry hop kick. Mad Mole Brewing Avogadro’s Number: 6.02% This pale ale packs an untraditional juicy punch with smooth, refreshing