Wilmington NC Beer

Behind Bars: Maria Speaks

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  October 16, 2019

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You may have seen Maria Speaks running one of the many large-scale events at Waterline Brewing Company, the brewery under the bridge. She started as a bartender three years ago and worked her way into becoming Taproom Manager & On-Site Events Coordinator. This week we chat with Maria. AT: Whats your favorite thing about bar tending? MS: My favorite thing about bar tending at Waterline is talking about beer with people. I like to nerd

Weekly Mixed Six October 13

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  October 13, 2019

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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. Flying Machine Brewing Company Atmospheric Pressure: 8.5% This small batch of Imperial Berliner Weisse is chock-full of blueberry and raspberry with added vanilla and lactose. Small pours only on this insanely smooth libation. Edward Teach Brewing Half Truth Wit: 4.7%

Brews & Clues

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  October 9, 2019

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Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
When I heard about Port City Escape teaming up with Waterline Brewing Company for a monthly “portable escape room” I knew I had to see it for myself. I attended the September portable escape with my husband and two friends, and we all had a blast. The hour-long “rooms” are presented in a neat package that are more of a puzzle box. And y’all, it was challenging! I got to talk to Kris from Port

Weekly Mixed Six October 6

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  October 6, 2019

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Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
Skytown Beer Company What’s This?: 4.3% One of Skytown’s fall releases, this sour wheat ale features pumpkin & fall spices. Front Street Brewery Barrel Aged Sour Tomb Rocker: 8.7% This incredible barrel-aged sour creation bursts with tart flavor reminiscent of pie cherries. Similar to a Flanders Sour Red/Brown ale, but brewed with heather and honey for a subtle twist and extra depth. It even brought home a Gold Medal at the NC Brewer’s Cup at

Behind Bars: Amy Walker

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  October 2, 2019

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Category: Blog, Local Beer
Everyone say “hi!” to Amy Walker, Taproom Manager extraordinaire at Edward Teach Brewing on North 4th. Ed Teach is located in the old fire house in the Brooklyn Arts District, but if you haven’t been in you might be surprised to find that the build out leans a bit more nautical. Their brew Teach’s Peaches just took first place at the NC Brewers’ Cup in the fruit beer category. AT: What is your favorite thing