It’s Wilmington’s OG craft beer bar’s sweet 16! Join Cape Fear Wine & Beer on Sunday, July 7th for their weekly Beer Church and help them celebrate with Moody Tongue Brewing our of Pilsen, Chicago, Illinois. There will be commemorative glassware (with both CFWB & Moody Tongue logos), t-shirts, and a very delicious beer list. We got to talk to Maaike Brender à Brandis, co-owner and President, about the day. AT: 16 years! How exciting.
Waterman’s Brewing Just Camping: 5.2% This stout is a lighter take on Glamping, one of the original favorites. While the roasted, chocolatey flavors and full mouthfeel still remain, the low alcohol greatly improves drinkability. Freshly peeled Madagascar vanilla beans tie it all together for a perfect campfire session. Waterline Brewing Company Mango Kölsch: 5.5% Waterline’s classic Kölsch kickoff of the summer season! Light, crisp and refreshing as always, with a mild mango sweetness and
While the Port City is becoming more and more well known for its breweries, did you know that its comedy scene is just as dynamic!? And since beer and laughter go hand-in-hand (or pint-in-hand), naturally the two have married up in Wilmington. If you subscribe to our email newsletter, then you’re already aware of the opportunities to go check out comedy at Wilmington Breweries. And if you don’t subscribe you should, and take a peek
Skytown Beer Company Downtown Jasper Brown: 5.5% An American brown ale that’s a little toasty with notes of milk chocolate and sesame. Very flavorful with a slight hop kick coming from Amarillo, Citra, and Simcoe. Wrightsville Beach Brewery Plum Lavender Gose: 4.7% A collaboration with members of the Cape Fear Craft Beer Alliance that was dreamed up during Cape Fear Craft Beer Week. It’s bright and zippy, with delicate fruit character and a briny finish.
Wilmington’s local music scene is just as prolific as the craft beer scene, so we thought it would be fun to pick the brains of some of the city’s musicians to see what they’re sippin’ when they’re not singin’. Follow along as we feature this series of local tunes & brews. Photo by Jeni Smithson Kyle Lindley, singer-songwriter & member of Future Relics “I have so many favorite beers, But lately it has to