There will be few better ways to spend your afternoon and evening on October 23rd than enjoying a glass of a spiced pumpkin ale, a Belgian tripel, or one of the several other beers that will be at the Raleigh City Museum for the Homebrewed Raleigh beer fest. Not only will top-notch brewers from the area will provide tastings of their best, but there will be food from the Busy Bee Cafe & Flying Saucer, local breweries showing off their fall favorites, raffles, music, and more.
More importantly, Homebrewed plays an integral role in the fund raising of the Raleigh City Museum. 100% of the proceeds of Homebrewed go to helping the museum; the only organization solely dedicated to preserving Raleigh’s past for future generations. Your donation for admission will help revamp some of the exhibits that desperately need a touch ups and change outs.
Since the last event sold out so quickly, this time there will be two sessions. The afternoon session will run from 1:00-4:00, and the evening session from 5:00-8:00. Tickets for each session are $25 for members of the Raleigh City Museum, and $30 for non-members.
As of 10 a.m. this morning, tickets to Homebrewed Raleigh are now on sale. There are several options for getting tickets. You can call the Raleigh City Museum at (919)832-3775 to pay by credit card over the phone, or you can stop by the museum to pay by cash/check/credit card. Cash only ticket purchases are also available at The Busy Bee Cafe, Flying Saucer, and American Brewmaster during their respective hours of operation.
Visit the Raleigh City Museum website for more information.