Beverages

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The Charlotte Museum of History: Teas of the British Isles

The Charlotte Museum of History is sharing tea, snacks, and history lessons this summer and fall.
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The Story of Pepsi

You can find it in Frankfurt, but hoisting a cold bottle of the sweet, sugary, amber-hued creation feels far more refreshing — and authentic — in New Bern.
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Rum and Pepsi Float

North Carolinians have enjoyed Pepsi for over 100 years. This summer, try this delectable Pepsi cocktail that’s sure to tingle your tastebuds and beat the heat.
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Modern Moonshine

Today’s distillers represent the latest in a long and storied history of North Carolina whiskey makers. Using the same ingredients and recipes as their predecessors, modern moonshiners are still moonshiners at heart.
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Blue-Ribbon Beverage: NOFO’s Bloody Mary

NOFO’s award-winning Bloody Mary is a triumph for its customers, too.
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Apple Pie Moonshine

Use Midnight Moonshine for a drink that is as easy to make as it is to enjoy.
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Breweries

Photos: North Carolina Brewers Guild

There are more than 100 craft breweries in North Carolina. Travel east to west with us and toast to these places, the brewers, and the beer lovers who brought good beer to our great state.
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Our Grade A Beverage Choice

On a menu of many worthy drinks, milk rises to the top.

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Lunar Liquids

They say there’s magic in a full moon. We’re happy to sit out under the night sky, waiting to see what unfolds – as long as we have something in hand to sip.
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The Rebirth of Heist Brewery in Charlotte

In the past year and a half, Heist Brewery has emerged beyond the shadows of the more popular establishments in Charlotte’s epicenter of beer breweries.
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