With St. Patrick’s Day just a few short weeks away, many of you may still be in search of that perfect pub or brewery. Thanks to a little help from “the luck of the Irish,” Carolina Brewery of Chapel Hill and Pittsboro hopes that you will be spending St. Patty’s Day weekend with them!
Take a few minutes to learn more about Carolina Brewery, their famous craft beer and how you can get involved in the all the fun that’s brewing up!
Save all of the St. Patrick’s Day festivities for the following day, Saturday, and join Carolina Brewing for a free tour of their facility! EVERY Saturday at 2:00 p.m., the Pittsboro location offers a sneak peek behind the scenes of how their award-winning craft beer is brewed.
Learn from the top brewers in the area about how they achieve crafted perfection and have come to win over 100 medals for their brewing excellence! If that’s not enough, the tours also offer complimentary tastings for every palate!
To RSVP for a tour, call 919-545-2330.
Although Carolina Brewery is renowned for its vast collection of signature and craft beers, they welcome you to join them for a meal as well! Both locations pride themselves on their use of local ingredients from area favorites: The Pittsboro Bread Shop, The Phoenix Bakery, Chapel Hill Creamery, Chandler Foods, Cackalacky Inc. and Counter Culture Coffee. With all of their soups, sauces and dressings being made from scratch daily, this is no ordinary pub food!
Explore some of their brewery favorites with their chicken mac & cheese, the Down East BBQ plate or their traditional fish & chips.
Check out their full menu: http://carolinabrewery.com/download/i/mark_dl/u/1769502/13980560/PBO%20Menu.pdf
Carolina Brewery’s collection of awards makes their expertise impossible to doubt. In expanding their distribution across North Carolina, South Carolina and Eastern Tennessee, they have gained much attention. Their award winning beers have earned national recognition with medals from the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and World Beer Championships.
With an extensive beer list, a few of their best sellers have taken home gold medals in the Great American Beer Festival. The Flagship IPA won the gold medal at the 2006 GABF, with a long history of originally being brewed in the 18th century to survive the journey from cooler breweries in England to India, where it was too warm to brew.
Learn more about the history of their beers: http://carolinabrewery.com/beer-list/3517111
To learn more about the Carolina Brewery locations in Pittsboro and Chapel Hill, visit their website for more information!