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Old 06-20-2010, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default The Mash House; Fayetteville, NC

Anyone been to the Mash House?
or are in the surrounding area of Fort Bragg/Fayetteville, NC?


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Old 06-21-2010, 01:38 AM   #2
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I'm in Raleigh and drink their brews at The Twisted Fork. My favorite is the Mash House IPA. As of yet, I have not done a brewery tour.


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Old 06-21-2010, 01:51 AM   #3
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Good beer, kinda pricey on the food, but it is good as well. Also check out Huske Hardware (downtown) and Aviator Brewery Taphouse in Fuquay. And of course there is always the Carolina Ale House, also in Fayetteville.
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What's up local Fayette-Nam!!!
Ya, I love Huske's German Blonde right now.
Mash House's Hefeweisen is too die for (in my opinion)

You both been to Bob's Wine Shoppe? or Grapes & Hops?
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Called grapes and hops and when I asked the girl what kind of liquid yeast they carried, she told me yeast did not come in a liquid form. Never made the trip there...couldn't find a reason after that.
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...I asked the girl what kind of liquid yeast they carried, she told me yeast did not come in a liquid form. Never made the trip there...couldn't find a reason after that.
LMAO

Dude...I can't stop laughing.
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Felt somewhat obligated to post...Nothing but NC brewers in this thread!
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Called grapes and hops and when I asked the girl what kind of liquid yeast they carried, she told me yeast did not come in a liquid form. Never made the trip there...couldn't find a reason after that.
The only thing I go to Grapes & Hops for are 6-pack carriers, 1 Step Sani, and Bottles.... the staff is quite dumb but they have some nice imports.

Bob's Wine Shoppe and Grapes & Hops are on opposite sides of town but both have some what of a nice single bottle import selection. Bob's has more though
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I'll have to check them out. I've been doing my beer shopping at Total Wines in Raleigh and Cary. Huge selection.
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I'll have to check them out. I've been doing my beer shopping at Total Wines in Raleigh and Cary. Huge selection.
Ya, if you're in Fayett-nam Bob's Wine Shoppe off Raeford Rd. has the best selection of wine & beer. You can by single bottles out of any 6-pack just nothing that is sealed together. They have quite an assortment of wine, SWMBO loves Bob's because they have true european imports. I doubt it would be anything to the scale of a Raleigh shop but worth a stop instead of making an hour commute.

You apart of any brew clubs or groups? I've been hoping for one in the area to spark my inspiration at times.

Did you go to the Blues n Brews festival downtown?


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