Beverages

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Piña Colada Recipe

Combine fruit and North Carolina rum to add some tropical flavor to your beach weekend.
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Sweet Potato Vodka

From eastern North Carolina soil comes an unexpected spirit.
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Front Street Brewery’s List: 9 Beers Every North Carolinian Should Try

Wilmington’s Front Street Brewery’s staff collaborates to create their own list of N.C. beers not to miss.
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Charlotte Beer Tour: A Weekend Guide to Breweries in the Queen City

Great beer destinations can be found throughout the Charlotte metro area, from Fort Mill, S.C. all the way up to Lake Norman. But if you’re visiting the Queen City for the first time and want to visit as many of its breweries as possible, spend a weekend just north and south of the city’s uptown area.
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A Crafty Move: The Time Warner Cable Arena Beer Garden

Support local breweries while supporting North Carolina’s favorite NBA team.
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Reason to Celebrate: NC Beer Month

Raise a glass across the state at these NC Beer Month events.
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Why We Celebrate North Carolina Beer Month

Sean Lilly Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery believes there are (at least) six reasons to support North Carolina Beer Month. Grab a local beer and see if you agree.
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Foothills Brewery’s List: 9 Beers Every North Carolinian Should Try

Jamie Bartholomaus, President & Brewmaster at Foothills Brewing in Winston-Salem, N.C. describes his favorite beers from across the state.

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Happy North Carolina Beer Month

Celebrate craft beer across the state this April during North Carolina Beer Month.
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Carolina Hot Toddy

Without fail, every winter I seem to come down with a horrific sinus infection. Slowly I’ve come to terms with this and I’ve grown to accept the inevitable. I’ve heard my mama in years past speak of my great-grandmother’s (we
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