Newsletter – Brown Mountain Bottleworks – Make Duck Rabbit Your New Habit

Upcoming Events @ BMBW:

– Thursday 12/13: Tap Takeover – Duck Rabbit Brewery (6p)
– Friday 12/14: LIVE MUSIC – The Brown Mountain Lightning Bugs (7:30p)
– Saturday 12/15: LIVE MUSIC – Nathan Weeks (7:30p)
 – Saturday 12/16: LIVE MUSIC – Michael Reno Harrell (Doors 4p; Show 5p)
– Wednesday 12/19: WINES-Day (Wine By-The-Glass $1 Off / 10% Off Retail Wine Bottles) (All Day)
– Thursday 12/20: Tap Takeover – Eurisko Beer Co. (6p)
– Friday 12/21: LIVE MUSIC – Zeb Spencer (7:30p)
– Saturday 12/22: LIVE MUSIC – Andrew Kasab (7:30p)

**Must be 21 or older to participate in beer / wine tastings.**
We’re excited to bring an NC legend back to the shop! Shake off your cabin fever and join us for a tap takeover event tomorrow (Thursday 12/13 @ 6p) as we welcome Duck Rabbit Brewery (Farmville, NC) to the shop.Lineup will include Hoppy Bunny Black Ale, Baltic Porter, classic Milk Stout, Amber, Brown, and Barleywine. Click here now to learn more about Duck Rabbit before the event tomorrow!
We’ve got a super special tap takeover in the works for next Thursday, December 20th @ 6p…it’s Eurisko Beer Co.’s first trip to Morganton! These fine folks are relatively new to Asheville and we couldn’t be happier to host them for a big night of their best and brightest brews. Click here and learn more about them now! We’ll give you a full lineup reveal next week, so stay tuned for sure.
We’re excited to welcome Michael Reno Harrell back to the shop on Sunday, December 16th at 5p. His traditional December show is a staple here at the shop, so we are pleased to have him back…and we hope you’ll join us! Tickets are $25 and extremely limited, so call or drop by today and secure your spot. We’ll  have the official Facebook event up soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime, click here to visit Michael’s homepage and get to know him better.
Artist Corner

Nathan Weeks
Saturday, December 15th @ 7:30p

Beer Fact of the Week

Good news for all you Vikings out there! According to some ancient religious beliefs, Vikings who got to go to Valhalla after death enjoyed endless beer. The only slight downside there was that it came from the udders of a magical goat named Heidrun. Personally, we’d prefer sticking to cans or bottles.

Cheers and tasty beers, 

The BMBW Team