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What’s On Tap?


Austin East Ciders – Pineapple

Style: Cider
ABV: 5.00%     IBU: 0.0

For an exotic twist, we have blended heirloom bittersweet and culinary apples with a taste of the tropics. Golden, ripe, and delicious pineapples have been married into our dry cider to give you a refreshing pineapple experience!



Foothills Brewing Co. – Craft Happiness Project: Distance IPA

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 6.10%     IBU: 62.0

Light blonde color. Flavors and aromas of tropical fruit, oranges, lemons and berries all accentuated by a sweet, clean, citrus note that starts to linger into a soft pine. Super aromatic and juicy!



Foothills Brewing Co. – Torch Pilsner

Style: Pilsner
ABV: 5.30%     IBU: 35.0

A well-structured Czech style pilsner. TORCH is strong in alcohol with a rich,full finish. Good mouth feel and well-balanced Czech Saaz hops ensure that TORCH is not your typical pilsner.



Fortnight Brewing Co. – Electric Overdrive

Style: Gose
ABV: 3.50%     IBU: 0.0

Brewed with Hibiscus, Blueberry, Passion fruit and Pomegranate.



Founders Brewing Co. – Rubaeus

Style: Specialty
ABV: 5.70%     IBU: 15.0

Not another boring summer wheat beer or lemonade shandy—Rubæus is Founders' way to celebrate the season’s warmest months. Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries added at multiple stages during fermentation, this stunning berry red masterpiece is the perfect balance of sweet and tart. No question about it, with a hefty malt bill and 5.7% ABV, this beer is 100% Founders.



Funky Buddha Brewery – Pineapple Beach

Style: Blonde
ABV: 5.00%     IBU: 20.0

Put your feet in the sand with a beer in your hand. Our tropical and refreshing blonde ale is kissed with gnarly waves of juicy pineapple. A dose of floral, American hops and crisp pilsner malt makes this beer ideal for any sun-soaked day.



Funky Buddha Brewery – White Sangria

Style: Specialty
ABV: 9.00%     IBU: 20.0

We partnered with The Dreaming Tree to craft this effervescent ale brewed with grape must, aged in Chardonnay barrels, and imbued with apples, peaches, pears, and blood oranges.



Harpoon Brewery – Octoberfest

Style: Oktoberfest
ABV: 5.30%     IBU: 32.0

Harpoon Octoberfest is a malty tribute to fall, balanced by a gentle hop bitterness. In keeping with tradition, it is a Marzen-style beer, brewed with abundant quantities of Munich, Chocolate, and Pale malts. Those malts provide a solid, full body and create the beer’s deep color. It is a rich, flavorful beer.



Highland Brewing Co. – Cold Mountain

Style: Seasonal
ABV: 5.20%     IBU: 28.0

Our spiced winter seasonal complements all your holiday festivities. It is typically malty in body, lightly hopped, and rounded out with a delicious mix of spices that vary from year to year as we search for the best vanilla, hazelnut and other flavors. If you see it in the store, don't wait!



Hi-Wire Brewing – Bed of Nails

Style: Brown Ale
ABV: 6.10%     IBU: 0.0

Our brown ale is crafted as an ode to the traditional English brown. Its delicate body allows the flavors of caramel and toffee from our specialty malts come to life.



Holy City Brewing – Overly Friendly

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 6.90%     IBU: 0.0

Sure, we smile. We wave. We say hello, "hey y'all," and other cute stuff. But that friendliness can be a little overwhelming to folks that aren't used to it. Same goes for this IPA, whose name came from our intern, Brynn. A double dose of Citra and Sorachi Ace in the boil and the dry hop impart a massive, citrusy nose to the beer, which is backed up by pale and wheat malts.



Left Hand Brewing Co. – Milk Stout Nitro

Style: Stout
ABV: 6.00%     IBU: 25.0

Milk Stout Nitro cascades beautifully, building a tight, thick head like hard whipped cream. The aroma is of brown sugar and vanilla cream, with hints of roasted coffee. The pillowy head coats your upper lip and its creaminess entices your palate. Initial roasty, mocha flavors rise up, with slight hop & roast bitterness in the finish. The rest is pure bliss of milk chocolate fullness.



Lost Colony Brewery – Santa’s Sleigher

Style: Ale
ABV: 11.00%     IBU: 0.0

Oak aged...twice!! Bourbon barrels from John Bowman and rum barrels from the Outer Banks Distillery. Sweet rum flavors and bourbon's vanilla notes combined with a heft amount of the finest barely from the malting company of Ireland to give this a powerful 10% yet smooth taste.



Mason Jar Lager Co. – Stick Barn Black Lager

Style: Specialty
ABV: 5.00%     IBU: 0.0

This black lager has a unique tobacco nose. This beer is actually light-bodied but still full of flavor. This provides a nice dark chocolate bitterness with a dry, espresso finish while making it a beer that drinks easier than a porter or stout. This beer leaves a dark caramel and toasty flavor.



Miller Brewing – Miller Lite

Style: Lager
ABV: 4.20%     IBU: 0.0

Miller lights pours a crystal clear light golden yellow with a fizzy white head that quickly fades away. A taste of light toasted malt, and a trace, slight trace of pine/citrus



New Belgium Brewing – 1554

Style: Ale
ABV: 5.50%     IBU: 0.0

Starts bitter chocolate with bright acidity, roasty and toasty, sweetness to round it out sweet/spicy, rooty, peppery undertones, lingering fruit acidity,



New Belgium Brewing – Old Tuffy

Style: Lager
ABV: 4.70%     IBU: 0.0

This crisp and refreshing lager is brewed in partnership with NC State University by New Belgium, an employee-owned brewery that’s proud to be working with the Wolfpack.



New Belgium Brewing – Voodoo Ranger: Hop Avenger

Style: India Pale Ale
ABV: 7.70%     IBU: 45.0

Experimental IPA from New Belgium. Pineapple and Chinook Hops.



Noble Cider – Brut Rose

Style: Cider
ABV: 6.90%     IBU: 0.0

Cider fermented with Champagne yeast with raspberries and cherries.



Weeping Radish Farm Brewery – Christmas Bier

Style: Doppelbock
ABV: 8.10%     IBU: 0.0

A very strong and rich lager; dark brown with ruby highlights. Brewed with over 50% Munich malt. A Bavarian specialty first brewed in Munich by the monks of St. Francis of Paula. The term“doppel bock” (double bock) was coined by Munich consumers.