The Busy Bee team is expanding with a new Morgan Street brew pub on the quest for the next great pint.
If you live near Downtown Raleigh, you know that its residents love beer and in particular, craft beer. From large craft selections, breweries and cask nights, Raleigh is getting more recognition for its beer culture.
You’ve probably drunk great sour beer at the Busy Bee, tasted one of their delicious Tom & Jack burgers on the best rooftop patio in town and seen multiple Hopscotch bands at the Hive. But, you’ve probably never heard opera being pelted from the second floor bar.
Beer season has arrived.
Raleigh makes the list (twice) for Draft Magazine’s best beer bars.
Support the Raleigh City Museum, and drink beer while doing it.
Hopscotch Director Greg Lowenhagen and Curator and Independent Weekly Music Editor Grayson Currin have been working for months on getting a lineup that includes a good mix of local and national groups. The lineup is here and it is worth the wait.
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.
Save the date for Raleigh’s first home brewed beer fest coming downtown on Saturday, March 6th.
Les Stewart is one serious home brewer.
Ben McKeown at the Busy Bee The rain is gone and the humidity has eased up, so it should be a comfortable night to do some gallery hopping. With some great photography and group shows, this First Friday should be busy for the dog days of summer.
In a few short weeks, Wilmington Street will welcome back The Busy Bee, a lively restaurant that stood on 225 Wilmington during the early part of the 1920s. Get a sneak peak of the new restaurant/bar opening downtown.