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Raleigh, NC • November 20, 2020 — Small Brewery Sunday returns on November 29th. This national initiative, spearheaded by the Brewers Association, is designed to support local independent craft breweries across the country. For its part, the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild thanks our patrons for their continued support throughout the pandemic. During Small Brewery Sunday you can be assured that our state’s many independent craft breweries will provide a safe environment in which to enjoy a fine malt beverage and grab some cool brewery merchandise for holiday gift-giving.
As Ann Obenchain of the Brewers Association states, “Nothing goes better with a holiday meal than independent craft beer. So, whether you are able to safely visit a brewery taproom or brewpub, or opt for curbside pickup or at-home delivery, one of the best ways to support your local economy and brewery during the holiday rush is by giving the gift of craft beer and serving independent craft beer at the dinner table.”
The independent craft beer industry of North Carolina takes your health and the health of our communities seriously. So whether you are stopping in for a quick visit, or to pick-up a to-go order, you can be comfortable knowing our breweries adhere to NCDHHS guidelines for safe on-premise consumption, as well as abiding by the #NCBeer Pledge and Count On Me NC protocols.
The NC Craft Brewers Guild appreciates and thanks the community for it’s support of our industry. For NC brewery hours, please visit the Guild’s NCBeer Finder, or contact your favorite local brewery to learn about specific activities and specials. The North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild wishes everyone a safe and healthy holiday season.