It’s the last weekend of June already? Yeah. Really. We’ve got a pretty good line-up of events this weekend, so let’s dig in…
Happy Friday! Today’s mission, get an early start on the weekend!
If you are out near Durham, Sam’s Bottle Shop is the place to be, as they will be sampling some of the goodness from Big Boss and Railhouse Brewing. Also paying them a visit from Asheville is RootsFood, who has some amazing hummus. Seriously, these guys were at Raleigh Rare Beer and we couldn’t get enough of their stuff!
Draft Line Brewing is the place to be today. They are throwing a HUGE grand opening throwdown! Festivities begin at 12 noon, and they will feature seven local food trucks, four live bands, and six fantastic craft beers on tap! We visited them for our May “Taste the Triangle” event and had a fantastic time! Do yourself a favor and get there!
Heading toward the coast? Make a detour through New Bern, where they will be hosting their fifth annual Brew Bern Beer Festival at the Riverfront Convention Center. Located downtown in the city’s historic district on the Trent River waterfront, the festival boasts 50+ American craft and regional micro breweries, with over 150 beers being offered.
Finally, you can finish off your Saturday by eating some great food from Big Mike’s BBQ, paired with beers from Southern Wake County’s breweries, all for a great cause by heading out to the Southern Wake Charity Beer Dinner. The event is hosted by our good friends Kristen Baughman and Beltline Brew Tours, and it will take place at Ninja Cow Farm to benefit No Kid Hungry. Dinner begins at 6 pm. Click here for tickets!
This Sunday is reserved for recovery. You have two yoga choices: Raleigh Brewing Company or Fullsteam. So, if you’re in the Bull City, get to 2770F for the 10:45 start of class. Wake County folks, head to RBC by 10:30. And, lest we forget, Namaste!
No matter what you choose, as long as it includes great friends and NC Craft Beer you can’t go wrong!
Check back with us next week as we continue to let you know “What’s tappening…”