Home Tags Breweries
Clarification to the state's "Safer At Home" order will allow breweries, tap rooms, distilleries and wineries to open with restrictions in the Phase 2 relaxed restrictions.
Typically booming restaurants, bars and breweries in the Cape Fear are having to drastically alter their business models in order to stay afloat after the coronavirus pandemic caused Governor Roy Cooper to order dine-in services to be suspended.
The Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the Beach, BACON, and Beer! Join area restaurants, breweries, and wineries for a culinary competition Saturday at the Carolina Beach lake.
Agreed-to legislation from North Carolina alcohol wholesalers and small breweries over who distributes their product as the beer-makers grow is finding little resistance within the General Assembly.
It changes state health laws to allow breweries that have taprooms to allow pets in their tasting rooms.
Carolina Beach Town Council met Tuesday night to discuss a variety of issues impacting citizens and tourists. Both students and parents spoke out about reported departures from the Carolina Beach Police Department.
Some breweries in North Carolina are feeling the impact of the partial government shutdown. A federal agency that has to approve the new labels and formulas for beer is closed.
President Donald Trump is aiming to revamp the country's aluminum and steel industries.
According to researchers at National Today, which commemorates fun holidays, they asked 2,000 Americans about beer.
12Page 1 of 2