The First 5 Breweries in Raleigh You Must Visit After You Move
Once you’ve unpacked the moving truck and located the absolute basic necessities like your toothbrush and coffee machine, maybe it is time to take a break and reward yourself for all your hard work with some delicious food, tasty microbrew selections, in a comfortable ambiance at one of Raleigh, North Carolina’s top five microbreweries.
Trophy Brewing Company
First on the list of any microbrewery-tour of Raleigh is a visit to the Trophy Brewing Company. Featuring their own line of beers that the locals clamor for, it is recommended to order a pint of “Brett Pitt,” an IPA with excellent flavor. Moving can be hungry work, so you will really appreciate the unique pizza offerings, which includes a pesto-chicken-based affair, called the Most Loyal that will simply amaze your taste buds.
Neuse River Brewing Company
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Situated in the heart of Greystone Village, the Neuse River Brewing Company is a local gem when it comes to finding a comfortable place to hoist a few locally made brews after a hard day of moving. Relaxed ambiance, delicious beers, and excellent food is all on the menu when you stop in for a visit. Gather around a table inside, or grab a picnic table out back for an enjoyable respite from the hassles of moving.
Big Boss Brewing Company
For a multi-room venue with a space for every taste, the Big Boss Brewing Company offers great drinking options and plenty of play space to include room for darts, shuffleboard, pool tables, ping-pong, and more. You may come for the exciting ping-pong matches, but you are staying for their delicious, handcrafted Blanco Diablo.
Lynnwood Brewing Concern
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The Lynnwood Brewing Concern is a going concern because they offer an amazing selection of handcrafted beers for those finding themselves thirsty on Raleigh’s north side of town. An array of community tables provide a great place to gather with friends, and large plate glass windows allow you to watch the beer being made with such precision that it’s like looking at the inner workings of a finely balanced Swiss watch.
Raleigh Brewing Company
There is not one reason why the Raleigh Brewing Company rounds out the top five list of breweries in Raleigh, North Carolina, there are dozens of reasons, which begin with the myriad of microbrews that they are serving up to locals on the regular. Dog friendly, people friendly, and beer friendly, the Raleigh Brewing Company is a great place to relax and recharge your batteries.