Beer Garden

Brice's Brewing Company | Bull City Ciderworks | Cabarrus Brewing Company | D9 Brewing Company | Incendiary Brewing Company | Morgan Ridge Brewery & Eatery | New Sarum Brewing Company | Old Mecklenburg Brewery

Eight local breweries will be featured in our Beer Garden, located near the 200 block of N. Main St. Alcoholic beverages must be purchased in the Beer Garden, but can be consumed throughout the Festival area. Must be 21 years of age. Valid ID is required. Before purchasing an alcoholic beverage, visit the ID tent where staff will check your ID and provide those 21 and over with a wristband for all day use.

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Brice's Brewing Company

We are purveyors of truly inspired beer made with the utmost care for people who seek craft brew at a reasonable price. The company’s name was inspired by Kris’s grandfather, who recommended it (the owner’s middle name). The company’s logo was inspired by Kris’s grandmother, who passed away in 2009. Needless to say, this company is inspired by family and love.

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Bull City Ciderworks

The BULL doesn't play by the rules. Hard cider doesn't have to be sickeningly sweet and taste artificial. Our ciders are made with 100% apple juice and never back-sweetened with high fructose corn syrup, so you taste the apple in all its glory! Gluten-free yeast and ingredients ensure a naturally gluten-free cider. The BULL is bucking the trend of mainstream ciders. Taste the revolution!
* Serving a Cheerwine Cider *

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Cabarrus Brewing Company

The Cabarrus Brewing Company (CBC) was born as the result of combining three very different desires on the part of its founders. The first was a sincere desire to develop a business concept that its founders, as all long term residents of Cabarrus County with varying professional backgrounds, saw as an investment in and with their neighbors and community in their own back yard. Second was a sincere desire to develop a concept that showcased the area’s rich history and unique character. Finally and certainly not the least important, is a true passion on the part of the entire CBC family for Craft Beer and the sense of community it represents.

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D9 Brewing Company

Located in the Lake Norman town of Cornelius, North Carolina, the D9 Brewing taproom is an ideal location to enjoy one of our many exciting and original crafted ales. Each of our 15 draft beers are brewed in our 12,000 sq.ft. production brewing and packaging facility, visible from the comfort of your chair. Free tours available every Friday, open 7 days a week.

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Incendiary Brewing Company

Downtown Winston-Salem’s newest brewery is now open! Incendiary Brewing marries wide open outdoor spaces with original, industrial construction. Ever rotating taps with local favorites will always invite you back.

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Morgan Ridge Brewery & Eatery

Our brewery is outfitted with a 15 barrel brew house, offering a variety of handcrafted brews on tap – our original and flagship beers as well as special seasonal brews that you don’t want to miss! Located in Historic Downtown Salisbury, our restaurant features a wide range of menu items to suit any taste, and a private room is available for corporate functions and private parties.
* Serving a Cheer Blonde *

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New Sarum Brewing Company

Born in the heart of Salisbury, New Sarum Brewing derives its name from the original settlement name of Salisbury’s Sister City “Old Sarum” England. Our logo was created by combining the Old Sarum crest with the City of Salisbury crest, fashioning them together to create our own artistic reflection. Our company is based on a basic principle, creating great craft beer.
* Serving a Cheerwine Lager *

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Olde Mecklenburg Brewery

At OMB, our unwavering commitment to fresh, pure, premium quality beer isn’t just a marketing slogan. It’s our way of life. Beer is like bread – similar ingredients, same need to be served as fresh as possible. As OMB’s founder says, “Not everything can be made local, but beer can and should be. Local beer is fresh beer, and fresh beer is better beer.”