Create Your Own Brewgaloo

In Do, July/August 2020 by Lauren Kruchten1 Comment

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Downtown Raleigh’s annual Brewgaloo festival celebrates craft beer from 110 breweries across North Carolina, making it the second largest craft beer festival in the country. During the two-day festival, attendees are encouraged to venture out of their comfort zones and try the variety of beers offered, ranging from special limited releases to sours to barrel-aged lagers. Although Brewgaloo was canceled this year due to COVID—a drive-through Brewgaloo is still planned for August 15 at Lincoln Theatre—we encourage you to create your own Brewgaloo experience at home with North Carolina craft beers from outside of Wake County. Experiment with styles of beer you normally wouldn’t try; you might find a new favorite! All of the following are available at local bottle shops.


Coco Loco by NoDa Brewing Company in Charlotte (House of Hops McNeil Pointe)

Attn Passengers by Newgrass Brewing Co. in Shelby (Tasty Beverage Company)

American Ales

Highland Gaelic Ale by Highland Brewing Company in Asheville (House of Hops McNeil Pointe)

Overachiever by Wooden Robot Brewery in Charlotte (State of Beer)


Believe in the Breeze by Dssolvr in Asheville (Tasty Beverage Company)

PJ Party by Resident Culture Brewing Company in Charlotte (Bottle Rev Lake Boone Trail)


Cameron Palmer by HopFly Brewing Co. in Rocky Mount (Tasty Beverage Company)

Luscious by Flying Machine Brewing Company in Wilmington (House of Hops McNeil Pointe)


Pil-Zen by Fonta Flora Brewery in Morganton (Tasty Beverage Company)

Vanishing Tides by Mother Earth Brewing in Kinston (House of Hops Glenwood)


Ba’al by New Anthem Beer Project in Wilmington (Tasty Beverage Company)

Tiny Ass Umbrella by Southern Range Brewing Co. in Monroe (Bottle Rev Lake Boone Trail)


Me and the Devil #3 (for Dr. Rex Touth) by Zebulon Artisan Ales in Weaverville (Tasty Beverage Company)

Milk Stout by The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery in Farmville (State of Beer)

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