Archive for September 21st, 2006

New newsletter, and volunteers needed

Posted by Pop The Cap on September 21st, 2006

PTC needs a few volunteers for the Cask Ale Tent at the October 7th World Beer Festival. If you serve the afternoon session, you get to attend the evening one for free. Same if you volunteer in the evening.

It’s easy, fun and air conditioned. Email me by the end of September if you’re interested.

Also, we have a new September newsletter. It’s freakin’ incredible.

ONE IMPORTANT NEWSLETTER CORRECTION: The Highland Imperial Gaelic sale will be at the new brewery in East Asheville, not Black Mountain. Yes, the new brewery is at the Blue Ridge Motion Pictures studio…*that’s* not a mistake.

Carolina Brewery: NC dinner redux

Posted by Pop The Cap on September 21st, 2006

This just in from the Carolina Brewery:


The 8PM seating for our Fall Beer Dinner on Saturday October 21st is almost sold out so we have decided to add a second seating at 5:30PM! The dinner will feature Carolina Brewery beers paired with a special menu prepared by Chef Forster, and will be a smaller more intimate event than our August NC Beer Dinner.The tickets for the early seating are $40 and we’re giving our Brew Crew members first crack at them before we begin selling to the general public. Call (919.942.1800), stop by, or email info@carolina to get your tickets.

Chapel Hill: Carolina Brewery Harvest Dinner, 5:30 P.M.

Posted by Pop The Cap on September 21st, 2006

On the Heels of their success with summertime North Carolina beer dinner, Carolina Brewery is offering a fall-time beer dinner that looks really good. Hors d’oeuvres a plenty, smoked carrot soup, chicken breast or pasta for the veggie types, and warm chocolate pudding cake…all paired with Carolina Brewery’s beers.

Tickets to the 8 P.M. seating sold out quickly but the brewery has added a 5:30 seating. Cost is $40 per person including all beer, food, tax, and tip and can be purchased via email, phone 919-942-1800, or in person at Carolina Brewery on 460 West Franklin Street in Chapel Hill.

Seating is open but parties of eight or more can request to be together. Vegetarians are welcome- please inform when tickets are purchased.