NCBeer Month - Postponed



Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina Beer Month is a celebration of our state’s craft beer industry.  Across the entire state, our 326 breweries had planned events and festivities for the month of April to bring our local communities closer and showcase the quality and creativity of North Carolina beer.


Unfortunately the outbreak and spread of COVID-19 has forced our industry to put this year’s plans on hold.  For the safety of our customers, employees and business owners, and in accordance with state guidelines, we are postponing the celebrations until it is clearly safe to resume our normal lives.


While our taprooms and brewpubs will be closing in-house customer activities, per the Governor’s mandate, we are still open for take-out business.  Most breweries around the state are offering curbside pickup of packaged products, with some also offering delivery options. Also, breweries will continue to supply c-stores, grocery stores and other retail outlets that carry their products.


To learn what your favorite brewery’s to-go options are during this health crisis, visit the “Covid-19 NCBeer Finder” on  The website will be updated regularly to provide the most current information.


ABOUT NCCBG: North Carolina is home to 300+ independent craft breweries - more than any other southern state. The North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 tax-exempt organization, comprised of brewers, vendors, retailers and craft beer enthusiasts focused on promoting North Carolina craft beer.