This beer is a cooperative effort by members of the North Carolina Craft Guild to honor our state’s beer pioneer, Uli Bennewitz, who founded the Weeping Radish Brewery on the outer banks in 1986. Yours Truli was inspired by the first beer Bennewitz brewed, a Bavarian-style Hefeweizen, but with a local twist, including Triticale grain from Durham’s Epiphany Malt House. Triticale is a unique hybrid of wheat and rye and offers a spicy, yet soft, malt flavor to the traditional German-inspired wheat ale
BFD—Beer for Drinking
There are days when you want a beer—just a beer—that hits all the right spots. Well, this is it. No snifters required, no special occasions, just an unfussy, uncomplicated hoppy golden ale brewed to fit in no matter where it goes. This isn’t beer for collecting, this is beer for drinking.
Southern Gothic Session Pils
Steeped in tradition, yet, ready for anything. That pretty much sums up our Southern Gothic Session Pils. This hop-forward, but light-bodied pilsner is crisp and drinkable—perfect for an afternoon on the porch or a night down at the pub. We left it unfiltered and raw to bring out its com-plexity and to fit right in to nearly any situation.
We cast off centuries-old tradition to blend the crisp finish of a German-style pale with the bold hop character of an American IPA. We’ll ask for forgiveness later.
Attack From Mahr's
This low alcohol session ale was brewed with Stephan Michel of Mahr's Brau and named after his assault on our Chico brewery. Attack from Mahr's brings you in with its inviting ABV, but strikes you with fresh fruit and piney hop characters that keep you coming back for more. No weapons! No tricks! Just hops!
Southern Session IPA
This light-bodied “session” IPA was made for sipping on
sultry summer afternoons, but an easy-drinking beer
doesn’t have to be boring. This beer is generously hopped
with intense American hops for bold and dank hop flavors
of citrus, tropical fruit, and pine.