Your favorite time of year is back! 12 Days of Craftmas, presented by Infinity's End, has returned for 2018.
Listen every weekday from December 3rd-18th for the keyword to text to 96893 for a shot to win a growler from that day's brewery. One grand prize winner from all 12 days will win a growler from all the breweries and a 4-pack of tickets to Queen City Brewers Fest!
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12 Days of Craftmas Schedule
December 3rd - Olde Mecklenburg Brewery
At OMB, their unwavering commitment to fresh, pure, premium quality beer isn’t just a marketing slogan. It’s a way of life. Beer is like bread – similar ingredients, same need to be served as fresh as possible. You’ll never see OMB sitting “out” at room temperature; all beer should be kept cold to maximize freshness. Their beer is filtered, packaged and delivered fresh and cold every week in their own refrigerated delivery trucks. OMB also strictly adheres to the oldest beer purity law in the world – the renowned German “Reinheitsgebot” which states that beer should only contain 4 ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast.
Decemeber 4th - NoDa Brewing Company
NoDa Brewing Company was founded on a homebrewing culture. They proudly offer more varietals than most and are always stretching creative muscles and looking for exciting new flavors. Every Tuesday they roll out a NoDable small-batch beer that’s only available in the taproom. They've never made the same beer twice and they never will. At the end of the year, people vote for their favorite NoDable and they bring it back and brew a full batch.
December 5th - Twenty-Six Acres Brewing Company
Twenty-Six Acres' taproom is designed to be a place for friends and neighbors to gather and relax while enjoying freshly made local beer. They're kid-friendly and dog-friendly, which contributes to the laid-back, neighborhood vibe. They believe in brewing variety at Twenty-Six Acres, which is why you'll see several changes each month on the tap list. They brew our taproom staples, such as Corban Avenue Honey Blonde, and 26 Union Street Oatmeal Stout, on a 15 barrel production brewhouse, but also brew on a 2 barrel pilot system for seasonal, limited, and experimental releases to keep things fresh and new.
December 6th - Rivermen Brewing Company
Riverman Brewing's founders all met through a passion for paddling and the outdoors, but discovered they also share a passion for beer. Not just beer, but really good beer. They even have a local and sustainable farm to table restaurant, bringing a global menu created with local ingredients to their tap room.
December 7th - Blue Blaze Brewing
Blue Blaze Brewing is proud to be the first tenant of the 100 year-old Savona Mill redevelopment project in Charlotte's West End. Take a stroll — or bike ride — along the Stewart Creek Greenway and pop in for a free tour and a pint or two of their fresh beers made from locally-sourced ingredients.
Decemeber 10th - Cabarrus Brewing
The Cabarrus Brewing Company was born as the result of combining three very different desires on the part of its founders. The first was a sincere desire to develop a business concept that its founders, as all long term residents of Cabarrus County with varying professional backgrounds, saw as an investment in and with their neighbors and community in their own back yard. Second was a sincere desire to develop a concept that showcased the area’s rich history and unique character. Finally and certainly not the least important, is a true passion on the part of the entire CBC family for craft beer and the sense of community it represents.
December 11th - GoodRoad Ciderworks
TRUE CIDER DONE RIGHT. GoodRoad Ciderworks cider methods stem from the roots of our family name and heritage, an honest bunch of French-Canadians with a predilection for hard work, meaningful kinship, and the celebration of family traditions.
December 12th - Ole Dallas Brewery
Ole Dallas Brewery, LLC is a brewery in Dallas, NC and a registered member of the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild. ODB partners, and Dallas natives Chris Cloninger, Cliff Cloninger, Beau Norwood, Kyle Britton and John Hoffman strive to bring quality craft beer to Dallas and the surrounding communities. YOUR small town brewery has been founded on the principles that family, friends, fellowship and good beer can brighten even the darkest day. Ole Dallas Brewery looks forward to serving you all in the future. Cheers!
December 13th - Bold Missy Brewing
Bold Missy Brewing promises to bring you beers that you'll love, inform and educate you about what you are drinking and make you smile in the process. Bold Missy beers are for everyone, so go on in and treat yourself to fresh, bold, authentic beer.
December 14th - The DreamChasers Brewery
After being a home brewer for over 20 years and winning awards as well as thumbs up from people that drank his beer, Neil looked at the growing craft beer movement and thought ‘there are great breweries up in Charlotte, but nothing in Waxhaw. After sharing his idea with his wife, Anita, they began to plan out the brewery, listening to advice from other brewery owners, as well as Neil taking classes for the International Brewery and Distillery test. They both centered on Waxhaw as the place for the brewery, falling in love with the town, as well as the history.
December 17th - Commoners Brewing Co.
Commoners Brewing Company is the dream of three men brought together by faith, family, and the love of good beer. For centuries, beer has been a way of bringing people together to share their lives and stories. Their mission is to continue that tradition by producing great beer discuss, share, and enjoy.
December 18th - Wooden Robot Brewery
Dan and Josh's journey began as best friends in middle school, continued as they became enthusiastic homebrewers, and led them to the creation of Wooden Robot Brewery. Bringing science to the art of the brew, Head Brewer and President Dan earned his MSC in Brewing and Distilling from Scotland’s Heriot-Watt University. During his studies Dan traveled and tasted his way around Europe, developing a particular passion for Belgian farmhouse beers. Wooden Robot’s passion and commitment to quality extend to their employees as well. Their experienced and knowledgeable “beertenders” carry a cicerone certification to ensure that with each brew, their founder’s commitment to preservation and innovation bring the best of both worlds to the South End beer drinking community.