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The Beer Lover’s Guide to Raleigh

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share some brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from arcade games to international beers during their stops in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Stanbury

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Everything about this place is perfect, from Chef Drew Maykuth’s cuisine to the extensive yarn art collection in the bathrooms. If you haven’t been here, hustle in right now.

Raleigh City Farm

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An amazing group of people here work very hard to provide produce for local restaurants, including our new favorite, Stanbury. Buy local, and do what you can to support these folks.

Jubala Coffee

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This was our very first stop every day. There are fewer things in life that are more indulgent than their almond latte and a biscuit with apple butter.

The Players' Retreat

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Everything you hope to find in a dive bar is here: pool tables, fries, beers, and great tunes on the jukebox. It’s a late-night staple.

The Level Up

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The bar has a whole room of pinball and arcade games — we almost didn’t leave. We had a great time reliving our childhood games, while drinking a great beer, of course.

Bottle Revolution

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Bottle Revolution is a great spot to find beers from all over the world, organized neatly by region. The folks here really know their beer and are happy to help you find what you need.

Lonerider Brewing Company

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We stopped by for a quick tour and a few sips of beer. Sweet Josie on nitro is something to swing by for; it was really tasty.

Oak City Cycling Project

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We rented bikes and cruised the city for an hour, completely unprepared for the hills that were thrown our way. Our poor, weak thighs just barely survived the ride, but we had fun.

Yellow Dog Bread Company

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After an exhausting bike tour through Raleigh, nothing could quench our thirst quite like a thyme lemonade.
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Stanbury

Everything about this place is perfect, from Chef Drew Maykuth’s cuisine to the extensive yarn art collection in the bathrooms. If you haven’t been here, hustle in right now.

Raleigh City Farm

An amazing group of people here work very hard to provide produce for local restaurants, including our new favorite, Stanbury. Buy local, and do what you can to support these folks.

Jubala Coffee

This was our very first stop every day. There are fewer things in life that are more indulgent than their almond latte and a biscuit with apple butter.

The Players' Retreat

Everything you hope to find in a dive bar is here: pool tables, fries, beers, and great tunes on the jukebox. It’s a late-night staple.

The Level Up

The bar has a whole room of pinball and arcade games — we almost didn’t leave. We had a great time reliving our childhood games, while drinking a great beer, of course.

Bottle Revolution

Bottle Revolution is a great spot to find beers from all over the world, organized neatly by region. The folks here really know their beer and are happy to help you find what you need.

Lonerider Brewing Company

We stopped by for a quick tour and a few sips of beer. Sweet Josie on nitro is something to swing by for; it was really tasty.

Oak City Cycling Project

We rented bikes and cruised the city for an hour, completely unprepared for the hills that were thrown our way. Our poor, weak thighs just barely survived the ride, but we had fun.

Yellow Dog Bread Company

After an exhausting bike tour through Raleigh, nothing could quench our thirst quite like a thyme lemonade.

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