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Celebrate craft beer month in Cabarrus County

 CONCORD – April brings a month-long celebration of North Carolina’s thriving craft beer culture, and visitors can celebrate the occasion in Cabarrus County with self-guided tasting tour, Race to Taste.

To participate, stop by the Visitor Center (10099 Weddington Road – Suite 102, Concord, NC 28027) to pick up a free coaster set packed with details on the area’s craft beverage stops. Then, use the information inside to plan, navigate and share your visit.

With more than 300 across the state, North Carolina boasts the largest number of breweries and brew pubs in the American South. Cabarrus County is home to seven breweries with even more openings on tap, and all have their own special stories and scenery. From meeting the head brewer and discovering the local landmark behind a beer’s name to taking part in taproom events, every glass holds an opportunity to learn more about the area’s history and character.

Get to know some of Cabarrus County’s craft beverage experts right now by pairing the free Visit Cabarrus app with the 2018-19 Cabarrus County Destination & Motorsports Guide. Just open the app, hover over the faces of each Taste Maker pictured on the front and inside cover and follow the prompts for exclusive videos.

Breweries in Cabarrus County:

Cabarrus Brewing Company

Commoners Brewing Company

High Branch Brewing Co

Percent Tap House

Pharr Mill Brewing

Red Hill Brewing Company

Twenty-Six Acres Brewing Company

 

Even more independent spots to sip craft beer in Cabarrus County include Lil’ Robert’s Place, The Basement Arcade Bar, Vortex Bottle Shop and more. Along with flavorful drink menus, these local watering holes offer a variety of special events. Visit each online and on Facebook to find the latest happenings.

For more information, go to NCBeerMonth.com and NCBeer.org. Join the celebration by using #NCBeer and #RaceToTaste when enjoying craft beer in Cabarrus County.

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