March 25th, 2017

Amos' Southend, Charlotte, North Carolina



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    I made the pilgrimage. I went to The Great American Beer Festival last week in Denver, Colorado. Of course, it was delicious and fun. Of course, you should go. Of course, I had all the rare beers. But the experience was also filled with surprises. Three days prior to the festival I was offered a […]
    The Carolina BrewMasters, a local homebrew club that presents the Charlotte Oktoberfest every year, has announced today there will be no 2016 festival. In an announcement they cited a number of issues in finding a suitable site for this year’s festival, including “construction, parking, safety, and other nearby events.” It’s sad news, not only because such […]
    We get so much good Asheville beer here in Charlotte that it only seems fair to share. Birdsong Brewing just announced in a press release their plans to distribute into Western North Carolina via an agreement with Skyland Distributing Company. While the brewery plans to continue self-distributing its beer locally, they have partnered with Skyland […]
    When the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos this Sunday, Vegas won’t be the only ones playing the odds. North Carolina’s brewers want a piece of the pie, and they’re backing their home team the best way they know how — by betting with beer. The first beer-related bet came prior to the Panthers […]
    Blue Blaze just got its green light. With a building permit now in hand, Blue Blaze Brewing has released drawings of its plans for its 8,000-square-foot warehouse at 528 S. Turner Ave, beside the Savona Mill. As it stands today, the nondescript building is relatively empty; but in the months between now and a late spring […]
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