12 North Carolina Breweries To Check Out


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1. Front Street Brewery, Wilmington


9 N Front St, Wilmington
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Located in Historic Downtown, the Front Street Brewery is Wilmington’s only Restaurant & Brewery. Delicious food and locally handcrafted beer served in the comfortably casual ambiance of a beautiful historic building.

2. Green Man Brewery, Asheville


27 Buxton Ave, Asheville
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Green Man has evolved from a brew-pub into a respected and well-known brewery, known for consistent, traditional ales with a constant eye on quality and consistency.


3. NoDa Brewing Company, Charlotte


2229 N Davidson St, Charlotte
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NoDa Brewing Company was founded on a homebrewing culture. They proudly offer more varietals than most and are always stretching their creative muscles and looking for exciting new flavors.

4. Pig Pounder Brewery, Greensboro


1107 Grecade St, Greensboro
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Pig Pounder Brewery is a local microbrewery specializing in producing outstanding authentic UK style beers including types like an Extra Special Bitter, an English Dark Mild, and a classic Milk Stout, for local venues.


5. Big Boss Brewing Company, Raleigh


1249 Wicker Dr, Raleigh
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At Big Boss they brew real beer. Beer for people who appreciate the fact that while different styles of beer taste different, a well-made beer always satisfies.


6. Triangle Brewing Company, Durham


918 Pearl St, Durham
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Triangle Brewing Company is dedicated to producing well balanced, full-flavored drinkable Belgian and American style Ales.


7. Birdsong Brewing Co., Charlotte


2315 N Davidson St, Charlotte
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Birdsong Brewing was founded in 2011 by a group of friends who share a love for both great beer and great people.

8. Asheville Brewing, Asheville


77 Coxe Ave, Asheville
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Asheville Brewing has been awarded the Best Pizza, Kid Friendly Restaurant, Best Local Dark Beer, and even a 2rd place finish in Rainy Day Destination!

9. Fortnight Brewing Company, Cary


1006 SW Maynard Rd, Cary
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The goal at Fortnight Brewing Company is to base their ‘core’ range of beers firmly on traditional UK styles.

10. Small Batch Beer Co., Winston-Salem


241 W 5th St, Winston-Salem
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Small Batch Beer Co. is a brewery and handcrafted cocktail bar in downtown Winston-Salem, NC. Their goal is to give every patron a unique taste and experience each time they come through the door.

11. Broomtail Craft Brewery, Wilmington


6404 Amsterdam Way, Suite 100, Wilmington
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Along with the love of great beer, there is a science and art to making great beer – one that Broomtail Craft Brewery takes very seriously. They look forward to sharing their passion for craft beer with you!

12. Carolina Brewery, Chapel Hill & Pittsboro


460 W. Franklin St, Chapel Hill | 120 Lowes Dr, Pittsboro
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