Join us at Carolina Beer Temple on Thursday March 6th for our first Fullsteam Tap Takeover event! This event takes place from 6-9PM! We will be featuring 5 Fullsteam beers on tap! Flights will be available and all Fullsteam drafts will be discounted all day!
Our tap list will include:
Southern Lager (5.5%) – Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)
A California Common / Steam Beer style beer from Fullsteam.
Working Man’s Lunch (5.5%) – Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)
A tribute to the Southern tradition of an RC Cola and a MoonPie. Working Man’s Lunch is brewed with biscuity malts, vanilla, and chocolate nibs from Raleigh’s own Escazu Artisan Chocolates. It uses a German Weizen (Weihenstephan) yeast strain to lighten the beer up and impart estery banana and clove notes.
Rocket Science IPA (6.8%) – Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)
Rocket Science is a true-to-style American IPA inspired by the quest for harmony. This beer contains the optimal balance of sweet malts and bitter hops, an IPA both refreshing and refined.
Fearrington Coffee Pecan Porter (6%) – Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)
Brewed in partnership with The Fearrington House Inn in Pittsboro. This brew is a roasty Coffee Pecan Porter. Pecans add a subtle nuttiness, tempering the bitterness of the cold-pressed Fearrington coffee.
Hogwash Porter (5.5%) – Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)
For this beer Fullsteam house-smoked North Carolina six-row barley over hickory wood, imparting a sweet, subtle smoke to this hickory-smoked brown porter. Depending on your comfort level with smoked beers, you may find Hogwash subtle or overwhelming.
Fullsteam Brewery is located in Durham, North Carolina. Here is a bit about them from their website:
Fullsteam is a Durham, North Carolina production brewery and tavern inspired by the food and farm traditions of the South. Our mission: to pioneer the art of Distinctly Southern Beer. We brew traditional and experimental beers with a Southern sensibility, often incorporating local farmed goods, heirloom grains, and seasonal botanicals to guide our beer and our quest.
The more we buy local, the more we directly improve the quality of life of North Carolina farmers, foragers, and agricultural entrepreneurs. We seek no less than to build a Southern Beer Economy…one pint at a time.