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Thirsty: Farmers' Market Tap Takeover

Posted: Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2013

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Rachel Wormser

Rachel discovered her love of food at a young age - cooking with her mother and finding joy in preparing food for others. Rachel worked in restaurant public relations in New York City before moving to Charlotte in September 2011. These days she's nurturing her own passion for local fare as Charlotte's food culture grows.

Got plans for tonight? Join in at Good Bottle Co. in South End for a Farmers' Market Tap Takeover.

Tonight from 5 to 9 p.m., the complete tap line up at this South End beer-centric gem will feature some of the country’s best craft breweries, each utilizing local and seasonal ingredients from basil and watermelon to honey and sweet potato. Don’t miss some of North Carolina's very own favorites including Charlotte's NoDa Brewing, Wicked Weed from Asheville, and Mother Earth Brewing from Kinston.

See below for the complete line up of what to expect—we’ll see you there!

FINAL LINEUP:

Fullsteam Summer Basil Farmhouse Ale (Basil)

New Belgium LOF Paardebloem (Dandeloin, Peach)

Wicked Weed India Blue IPA (Blueberry)

Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat (Tangerine)

Mother Earth Windowpane #3 (Raspberry)

Dogfish Head Festina Peche (Peach)

21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon (Watermelon)

Mikkeller Texas Ranger (Chipotle Pepper)

Olde Hickory Imperial Stout (Honey)

Fullsteam Carver Lager (Sweet Potato)

Catawba King Coconut Porter (Coconut)

NoDa NoDajito (Lime, Mint)

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