Wilmington NC 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. Waterline Brewing XPA: 5.2% Light in body and low in bitterness, but packed with heaps of new world flavors from New Zealand hops. Flytrap Brewing West Coast IPA: 7.8% IPA with solid bitterness, citrus-forward with a bit of a piney,
Check out this week’s Behind Bars bartender, Mandy Fichera. Mandy works out at our Bradley Creek brewery, Mad Mole Brewing. Mad Mole has a Belgian-focused beer program and are extremely eco-friendly with their use of solar panels to power their brew house! See what Mandy has to say about being a craft beer bartender. AT: What is your favorite thing about bartending? MF: My favorite thing is the customers. Making memorable connections and building relationships.
Broomtail Craft Brewery The Usual:4.6 % A recent collaboration with Frothy Beard Brewing out of Charleston, SC. This is a traditional English Bitter. True to style and highly crushable. New Anthem Beer Project Miles Ahead of You: 4.6% A Berliner-style sour wheat beer that was re-fermented on a peach and apricot purée. Brewed with pilsner and wheat malts. Wilmington Brewing Company Sunset Cruise: 6.8% A hazy double dry-hopped NE IPA brewed with citra and amarillo.

It’s Mliko-Weeko!

Posted by Joan Wilkerson Hoffmann on April 24, 2019

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Photos Courtesy Flying Machine Brewing Company If you’ve been to Flying Machine Brewing Company (FMBC) lately, you may have seen people around you sipping tall glasses of foam and felt yourself asking questions…namely, “why?” Well, get excited because it’s pretty cool. When I saw FMBC posting photos of their mlíko brews, I decided to do a little research on my own. Because while the folks over there are certainly innovative & creative enough to popularize

Weekly Mixed Six April 22 2019

Posted by Jeremy on April 24, 2019

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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. Bill’s Brewing Company Orange Blossom Wit: 4.9% A light summer witbier exhibiting bright citrus flavors from orange blossom honey, and sweet orange peel. Balanced by a touch of toasted coriander and a clean, refreshing finish. Salty Turtle Beer Company Dank’s Revenge: