Wilmington NC Beer

Weekly Mixed Six February 16th

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  February 16, 2020
Category: Blog, Breweries, Local Beer
Waterman’s Brewing Company Moon Fire: 7.2% From Head Brewer Alexis, “A sweet, chocolatey stout with a spicy surprise. This “Mexican Hot Chocolate” style stout sat on cocoa nibs, cinnamon sticks, and a dash of cayenne pepper. The combination of flavors provides a full mouthfeel and a warm, lingering spice on the finish.” Front Street Brewery Sinful Stout: 6.1% From Head Brewer Christopher, “The mocha latte of beers. This luxurious indulgence is brewed with chocolate coffee

Weekly Mixed Six February 9th

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on  February 12, 2020
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 Electronic Fog: 6.3% From the brewery, “This Hazy IPA is 6.3% with notes of grapefruit and pineapple and the brightness of this libation will make it explode off of your tongue.” Salty Turtle Beer Company The
Wilmington Brewing Company Sup Bräu: 4.9% A super crispy crusher that’s extra light with a hoppy kick on the finish. Front Street Brewery The Grind: 7% From the brewery, “We know the daily grind. So does Port City Java. We’ve both been brewing tasty beverages in Wilmington for 25 years. So we teamed up at what we do best. This brew is for people who take their coffee black. Roasty depths of cold-brewed Sumatra coffee

Weekly Mixed Six January 23rd

Posted by admin on  January 30, 2020
Waterline Brewing Lemon Ginger Gose: 4.7% From Brewer Dani, “Tart and savory, lemon ginger was the winner of the first gose-off in 2018. Organic lemons compliment a classic gose base, with a touch of ginger juice to round it out.” Mad Mole Brewing Pure Molevolence: 11% From the brewery, “This  is our classic Belgian Dark Strong “Molevolence” without the blackberries. With a dangerously smooth finish and 11% ABV this beer is sure to kill. Come try
Full Disclosure: Wilmington Ale Trail is a sponsor of Marchtoberfest and the owner of the Ale Trail is one of the organizers for the beer festival.  This is a puff piece. If you have seen the videos you may be a little confused as to what Marchtoberfest actually is.  Well, at its core it’s a beer festival . We talked to Ellie Craig, the marketing director at Front Street Brewery and one of the organizers