craft beer

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Royal Bliss rendering just off West Catawba | Royal Bliss

Royal Bliss expected to come before Cornelius Planning Board in February

Jan. 5. It looks like Royal Bliss Brewing’s plans for a second location will go before the Planning Board in February. If they’re approved, the project would go before the Town Board in March. Royal Bliss plans a two-story, 10,300-square-foot brewery and restaurant with open-air seating. The restaurant space would be larger than Royal Bliss’ […]

760 Craft Works is in the old police station

760 Craft Works open in downtown Huntersville

May 8. By Jason Benavides. 760 Craft Works is the Huntersville craft brewery that the locals have been waiting for. “I think it’s a great addition to downtown. It has a fun atmosphere,” said Marisa Gast, of Huntersville. Originally planned for Cornelius , owners Wagner Ramsey and his son Trey fell into fate when the […]

760 interior rendering | Redline Design Group

Cornelius father, son team up for taproom trip in Huntersville

Nov. 14. By TL Bernthal. The owners of 760 Craft Works, which was originally planned for Cornelius, expect to open their brewery and taproom on Gilead Road in downtown Huntersville in the first quarter 2023. Wagner Ramsey, who lives on Green Dolphin Lane, said the 12-tap brewery will serve beer, cider, seltzer along with boutique […]

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Fruitful Roots, a new craft brewery, will be built in downtown Cornelius

Sept. 29. Brothers Douglas Marion and Travis Marion and their wives Shannon and Chelsea, respectively, will soon close on three lots near the Food Lion on North Main. They are planning a 5,000-square foot taproom and brewery with a small kitchen and shaded patio. The name: Fruitful Roots. Groundbreaking will be in the first part […]

New executive director at brewery trade association

Jan. 7. Lisa Parker is the new executive director of the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild (NCCBG) following the retirement of Rich Greene at the close of 2021. A North Carolina native, Parker has been with the trade association since 2015. Greene, who came on board in October of 2018, led NCCBG through challenges presented […]