Wilmington NC Beer

A weekly roundup of local and craft beer that can be found at Wilmington breweries, in bottles, or in cans. These are not beer reviews and should be used for entertainment purposes only. Bill’s Brewing Company Brown Sugar Baltic Porter: A full-bodied lager with notes of dark chocolate, brown sugar, and roasted barley. 6.2% Salty Turtle Beer Company Love Potion Porter: A sweet release for you and your sweet! It’s a 6% porter brewed with cocoa

Weekly Mixed Six January 31st

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  January 31, 2019

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Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
A weekly roundup of local and craft beer that can be found at Wilmington breweries, in bottles, or in cans. These are not beer reviews and should be used for entertainment purposes only. Flytrap Brewing Latest Rotating IPA: The newest rotating house IPA from Flytrap is a West Coast style brewed with CTZ, Centennial, & Simcoe Hops. Front Street Brewery Strawberry Rhubarb Barrel Sour: This beautiful golden sour drinks dry, like extra-brut champagne, with a bracing

Behind Bars: CeCe Calvano

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  January 30, 2019

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Category: Blog, Community
Photo Courtesy: John Calvano The Behind Bars series focuses on those that serve us our favorite libations at craft beer-focused breweries, bottle shops, bars, and restaurants. This week Cece Calvano from Cape Fear Wine & Beer joins us! AT: What is your favorite thing about bartending? CC: How dynamic it is! Every day is new and different and presents it’s own challenges. Every now and then I think about my old office job and my
Cheers to Makai Brewing in Ocean Isle on their one year anniversary! Some people mistakenly think that our Brunswick County beaches completely shut down in the summer and there’s nothing to do. Not the case if you’re a fan of craft beer. You can visit Check Six in Southport, Red Hare in Shallotte, or Makai Brewing in Ocean Isle who just so happens to have a birthday this weekend. Makai Brewing is throwing a big
  Waterline Brewing Company, fondly regarded as the brewery under the bridge, is now hosting a movie night on Thursdays. Local blues legend, Randy McQuay, is the host. “He calls the new series a ‘passion project’ meant to feed his soul and yours,” according to taproom manager Maria Speaks. It’s the building itself that brought McQuay to Waterline. He used to have a studio in the Art Factory, which shares a building with Waterline. “It’s