Tapped into Craft: Local Brewery, Winery, and Distillery June 2019

Tapped into Craft: Local Brewery, Winery, and Distillery June 2019 FOOTHILLS Brewing Co www.foothillsbrewing.com 638 W 4th St, WS, NC Brewery and Tasting Room – 3800 Kimwell Dr. WS, NC Craft Happiness IPA Project features a new IPA every month, and dedicates a portion of sales to an area of need somewhere NC The next release will be Nautical IPA, brewed to help preserve and protect our ocean environments. Sales proceeds will benefit to Project Aware, a global movement for ocean protection, working to help the most vulnerable marine species and decrease pollution. Raylen Vineyards – raylenvineyards.com 3577 US-158, Mocksville,
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Village Square Tap House Expands

Village Square Tap House Expands Sarah K Wilson Village Square Tap House, located at 6000 Meadowbrook Mall Court #16 in Clemmons, has proved to be quite a fun and bustling hangout spot for locals. This place is very laid back, fun, and friendly, making it perfect for gatherings and outings of any occasion. Whether the goal is to stop in for a couple of beers, play some games, or to rally up with sports fans- they got you covered. They have about thirty beers on tap, and around 40 other cans and bottles of craft beer to choose from, making
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HOSPICE of DAVIDSON COUNTY TO HOST THE PLAIDS AT WEATHERVANE WINERY

HOSPICE of DAVIDSON COUNTY TO HOST THE PLAIDS AT WEATHERVANE WINERY, MAY 18 Hospice of Davidson County will host The Plaids Saturday, May 18 at Weathervane Winery. Playing a host of hits from the 70s, 80s and 90’s, The Plaids will begin at 7 p.m. Individual concert tickets are available now and at the door for $25 per person and $45 for two. A VIP table runs $500 and includes eight tickets, two VIP parking passes, three gourmet charcuterie board baskets and three bottles of wine. A portion of each ticket is tax deductible. Also available for pre-purchase and at
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History’s Future… Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques

History’s Future… Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques By Ray Morgan I love to visit antique stores and get a glimpse into our shared past, to see how people lived, their tools, their furniture, and their art.  We have a unique portal to our history in Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques, Winston-Salem. Regulars know the inventory turns over constantly.  In a recent conversation with Larry and Ryan Laster, father and son owners, they shared with me their store sees a consistent turnover of unique items.  In fact, their advice is “If you see a piece that makes you smile, don’t wait. 
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