North Carolina Inns Help Visitors Enjoy “Beer Month”

 

With more than 75 breweries and more than any other state between Pennsylvania and Texas, it is easy to see why North Carolina calls itself the “place for beer lovers.” Regional beer culture, including festivals, beer weeks and other events, culminates with the state’s beer month: April 2013. The month of festivities is presented as a joint effort between the North Carolina Division of Tourism and the North Carolina Brewers Guild.

Of course, Select Registry’s member inns located in North Carolina are more than happy to help guests enjoy beer month to the fullest extent. On the North Carolina Beer Month website, the events and festivities are organized into 20 cities and regions. To help make planning your visit easier, we have organized Select Registry’s member inns into 9 of the 20 cities and regions.

Asheville

Named “Beer City USA” for four straight years, Ashville is a must-see during Beer Month. To make exploring “Beer City USA” easy, safe and comfortable, check out the Brews Cruise. The Cruise tours nine breweries, includes plenty of samples, and explains how Asheville became such a beer-friendly city.

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Blowing Rock

Blowing Rock is so excited about Beer Month that taps in taverns will feature North Carolina brews all month. Events and specials are planned all month in the rustic, yet luxurious, getaway town in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Brevard

Touted as the Land of Waterfalls, Transylvania County and the city of Brevard, have plenty of events in April to allow visitors to experience Beer Month and more. Two cycling events are planned for the month in addition to events and specials at bars in the area.

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Charlotte

If you seek urban clubs and nightlife, Charlotte could be the perfect place for you to enjoy Beer Month. The city has three new breweries to explore as well as local favorites.

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Durham

Durham’s three craft breweries offer thirsty travelers the opportunity to try unique and diverse brews. We recommend you visit all three to decide your favorite, if you can decide.

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Outer Banks

If experience island life during the day and delicious craft brews in the evening sounds like your perfect vacation, book your reservations at an Outer Banks inn today. Make sure you visit the nation’s first wind-powered brewery while you are there.

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Sylva

This town may be small in population but is large in beer culture. The Heinzelmännchen Brewery, which crafts top-fermenting German altbier, calls Sylva home. After visiting, you may want to call Sylva home too.

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Waynesville

With a population of only 10,000, some may be surprised to learn it is home to three breweries. Once you visit and enjoy all the area has to offer, including beautiful scenery and plenty of history, you will understand why the breweries are a perfect fit.

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Wilmington

The history and beaches have made Wilmington a perfect location for plenty of movies over the years. You too can enjoy the historic value and sandy beaches of Wilmington, as well as the star attraction for the city’s celebration of Beer Month, the Front Street Brewery.

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Be sure to check with your Select Registry Innkeeper to see how they recommend enjoying beer month and the area’s beer culture.

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