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The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery
Paul Philippon was happily pursuing a career teaching philosophy when the siren song of brewing beer, his hobby since 1987, could no longer be ignored.  He went to work for a succession of three breweries until he felt his experience was sufficient to try to open a brewery himself.  The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery was born!  Located in the small rural town of Farmville NC, Duck-Rabbit specializes in dark, flavorful beers. Duck-Rabbit sold its first beer in August of 2004 and has been growing steadily ever since.

Website: www.duckrabbitbrewery.com
Twitter: @DuckRabbitBrew
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Duck-Rabbit-Craft-Brewery

Feature Night: Jan. 20
Beer Tasting Night: Apr. 12

Foothills Brewing
Foothills Brewing began in 2004 in Winston-Salem, NC, and has evolved into one of the top craft brewing operations in the southeast United States. Ranked among ratebeer.com’s 100 best breweries in the world, Foothills has garnered numerous awards for their beers, including seven Great American Beer Festival medals and three World Cup Beer medals, more than any other North Carolina-based brewery.

Website: www.foothillsbrewing.com
Twitter: @FoothillsBeer
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoothillsBrewing

Feature Night: Feb. 19
Beer Tasting Night: Mar. 31

Heist Brewery
Heist Brewery is Charlotte's only Craft BrewPub, specializing in Twisted Eats, Award-Winning Craft Beer, Premium Cocktails and Full Service Catering. Located in the Historic Arts District, NoDa, Heist continues to push the boundaries of the Queen City's palette.

Website: www.heistbrewery.com
Twitter: @HeistBrewery
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeistBrewery
Instagram: @HeistBrewery

Feature Night: Jan. 14
Beer Tasting Night: Mar. 17

Highland Brewing Company
Drawn by a lush mountain landscape and pristine water, a Jamaican immigrant of Chinese descent founded Highland Brewing in 1994. Highland’s name honors the Scots Irish who settled in the Appalachian range in the 18th and 19th centuries. Crafting only the finest beers with distinct consistency, Highland is Asheville’s first brewery since Prohibition. It is credited with igniting the craft beer industry in an area seeking economic growth. Now in its second generation of family ownership, it carries on the tradition of quality, integrity and respect.  

Website: www.highlandbrewing.com
Twitter: @HighlandBrews
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HighlandBrewingCompany

Feature Night: Dec. 17
Beer Tasting Night: Apr. 4

Mother Earth Brewing
Founded in 2008 by father and son-in-law team Stephen Hill and Trent Mooring, the mission of Mother Earth Brewing is simple: make great beers close to the environment.  Together with Brewmaster Josh D. Brewer, Mother Earth has won over 13 nationally recognized medals for their beers, and in 2013 the brewery became the first production brewery in the United States to be certified L.E.E.D. Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Website: www.motherearthbrewing.com
Twitter: @MotherEarthBrew
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MotherEarthBrewery

Feature Night: Feb. 8
Beer Tasting Night: Mar. 24

Natty Greene's Brewing Company
Natty Greene’s Brewing Co. is committed to the art and science of making beers that turn everyday moments into exceptional experiences. Born in Greensboro, North Carolina in 2004, Natty Greene’s has since transformed into one of the fastest growing regional craft breweries with bottle and draught distribution throughout North Carolina and beyond. Always proud of its Southern roots, the brewery’s name pays homage to Revolutionary War hero General Nathanael Greene.

Website: www.nattygreenes.com
Twitter: @Natty_Greenes
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NattyGreenes

Feature Night: Feb. 11
Beer Tasting Night: Mar. 31

NoDa Brewing Company
NoDa Brewing Company opened its doors to the world in October 2011.  Hand-crafted just a couple miles away from the arena, this unique production brewery in the Queen City’s NoDa neighborhood crafts small-batch premium beers, offering something for nearly every craft beer lover in the Carolinas.  The NoDa neighborhood is known as the creative center of Charlotte: as a natural extension of NoDa’s artistic spirit, there isn’t a better place for a craft brewery to call home!

Website: www.nodabrewing.com
Twitter: @NoDaBrewing
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoDaBrewingCompany
Instagram: @nodabrewing

Feature Night: Mar. 10
Beer Tasting Night: Dec. 21

The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery
Charlotte’s oldest microbrewery was founded in 2009 to bring world class beer to the Mecklenburg county region.  OMB specializes in full-flavored, all natural, highly drinkable German-style lagers and ales, brewed using premium ingredients and traditional, costly brewing methods.  OMB also packages and distributes its beer ultra-fresh each week in its own refrigerated delivery trucks, straight from the lager tanks.  Because fresh beer is better beer!  Try an OMB, and taste the difference!
Das…ist Bier!

Website: www.oldemeckbrew.com
Twitter: @oldemeckbrew
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OldeMeckBrewery
Instagram: @oldemeckbrew

Feature Night: Mar. 22
Beer Tasting Night: Feb. 21

Triple C Brewing Co.
Triple C Brewing Company was opened in Charlotte’s South End in August of 2012 by Chris Harker with Head Brewer Scott Kimball.  Triple C handcrafts ales for every occasion and takes pride in brewing a wide variety of beers from the easy drinking after work beer to a high gravity slow sipper.  Their mission is Craft, Commitment, and Community.  Triple C’s main focus is Crafting the best beers possible, while maintaining a Commitment to our environment and working to better our Community.  Triple C Brewing Company - Know your Craft.

Website: www.triplecbrewing.com
Twitter: @TripleCBrew
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Triple-C-Brewing-Company

Feature Night: Apr. 16
Beer Tasting Night: Mar. 5

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