Homebrewed Raleigh Brewers

Homebrewed Raleigh Brewers

February, 01, 2010, by Ladye Jane

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Homebrewed Raleigh tickets go on sale tomorrow instead of today due to the snowpocalypse, but below is the list of brewers and their beers to whet the beer appetite. All the proceeds from Hombrewed go to the Raleigh City Museum so that it can, well, operate. During tough economic times, non-profits are often the hardest hit, so consider this a fun way to give back to the only place in Raleigh whose specific mission is to preserve our city.


Les Stewart- Oak-Aged Robust Porter
Adam Eckhart- Rye IPA
Drew Ball- Mocha Stout / Honey IPA
Sean White- Sir Walter Porter
Aaron Miller-American IPA / Stout
John Federal- Weizenbock

Tres Bruce- Irish Red

Oops, due to broken collarbone, will no longer be brewing. Feel better!
Damian Maddalena-Hefeweizen
Tom Viemont- Berliner-weiss/ Gluten free Belgian Blonde
Mike Sulyi- Bohemian Pilsner, Belgian IPA
Adam Aker-Surprise?

Want to find out more about brewing your own beer? American Brewmaster will be there with information on their class schedules and workshops. There will also be live music, and food from the Busy Bee Cafe. The event is from 1:00-6:00 on Saturday, March 6 at the Raleigh City Museum. Get tickets early because space is limited. Tickets are on sale by phone or in person at the Raleigh City Museum, and in person at the Busy Bee Cafe. They are $20 for RCM members, and $25 for non-members.

Homebrewed also serves as a way for the participants of Raleigh Beer Week to announce their plans for an exciting tour de beer coming up later in the year. Stay tuned.

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  • Elizabeth
    02/01 02:44 PM

    I like that “snowcopolypse”; cracked me up.

  • tc
    02/01 03:54 PM

    What comes with the ticket price? 

    Is it like the beer fest, where you get as much beer as you want?

    What about the food?  Complimentary or extra $$?

  • Ladye Jane
    02/01 04:38 PM

    Ticket price is for everything including beer, food, and other beverages for those choosing not to partake beer drinking.

  • Evan
    02/02 08:50 PM

    Sorry if I’m dense, but WHERE is the event?

  • DPK
    02/02 09:29 PM

    An actual location of the event would be great…

  • Ladye Jane
    02/03 10:29 AM

    My bad, had it in the other post about the event… it’s at the Raleigh City Museum.

  • adam
    02/03 11:03 AM

    Are there going to be Homebrewed shirts?  I would buy a plain white tshirt with that logo.

  • ernie
    02/11 03:46 PM

    Anybody contact the new NCSU chancellor for a sample of his homebrew?

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