Downtown Raleigh has a special event series going on called Downtown Raleigh Movie Series. Every Friday in June there is going to be a free movie at 6:00 pm! The movie of this week is The Goonies. The rest of the schedule is listed below! Plan a family outing in Raleigh one Friday! Each event includes food trucks, DJ music and beer and wine tents.
June 12, Back to the Future
June 19, The Karate Kid
June 26, King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
Location: City Plaza – 400 block Fayetteville St
I bet you have noticed by now that there is a theme to this week’s posts! You can go back anytime in the side bar to find out more information on these local breweries by checking the Lifestyles of the City you are interested in, or by checking out the Brewery Tab we well!
Today we are featuring Bombshell Beer Company located in Holly Springs, NC. The name of the company comes from the history of beer brewing to be credited to women. One of the oldest known recipes for beer that dates back almost 4,000 years is from the goddess Ninkasi! Since then, it was the woman’s job to brew beer for the household until it started to decline after the “Enlightenment”. This company really took the time to do their research and just by simply visiting their website you can learn a lot of history! Also find out information on their Food Truck, Live Music Events, and hours for their Tap Room.
Location: 120 Quantum Drive, Holly Springs
Phone: (919) 823-1933
Just opened in Apex, NC the Grand Opening of the Brüeprint Brewing Company was at the start of June. The company started our of a family kitchen in Holly Springs, NC. Eric Wagner decided to combine his talent for gourmet cooking with over 20 years of expertise in engineerings. What he came up with was “Better than a recipe, a brewing ‘blueprint’ combines science and great culinary skill to create a Brüeprint“. This will be the first handcrafted brewery in the Apex area. They have a great mission to pull you away from your computer and cell phone, and have an actual social experience with friends and family over the game, a band performance or just going out to dinner.
Their four main products are Brüenette (premier craft brown ale with warm overtones of chocolate), Brüe Scarlet (sultry amber ale with a refreshing balanced flavor), Pale Brüe Eyes (crisp, delicious pale ale that finishes with a desire for more), and Edinbrüe (unique, frisky scotch ale that packs a “wee-heavy-punch” with a smooth malty taste). Make sure to check out their Facebook page for information on events, as well as locations of Food Trucks that have their beers!
Location: 1229 Perry Road, Apex 27502
Phone: (919) 387-8075
Every summer Downtown Raleigh is bursting with events! What do you have planned this Fourth of July weekend??? How about heading to Downtown for some Food, Fun and Fireworks? Instead of just going to see Fireworks at Koka Booth or the State Fair Grounds, you can head to Downtown for an entire day of events followed by a Fireworks show.
There will be beer and wine tents, rides for the kids, street performers, a picnic, food trucks so you can have your pick of yummy food to eat, and the night ends with Fireworks going off behind The Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. The event has certainly grown since it began about two years ago. The website below has a great map of food locations, where musical stages are located, kids activity areas and more. Also, there is a list of vendors who will be present so you can have an idea of what food to expect, but it looks like everything from Grilled Cheese to Pizza to Homemade Sodas to Asian Dumplings are going to be there! Make this a family tradition and if you cannot make it this year, prepare for next year’s event!
Location: Fayetteville Street and Red Hat Amphitheare
More Information: http://www.raleighconvention.com/works/