Drink Freshly brewed Beer
We use malt, hops, yeast, and water to craft fresh, true-to-style beer, rotating through over 60 unique beers. We keep our beers seasonal and interesting, while still brewing authentic tasting beers that are representative of the regions and countries where they originated. Cheers!
Currently on tap
Bryant Bridge Gateway Golden Ale
low hop bitterness, light, clean, easy drinking - 4.5%
This straw-colored golden beer is light on the tongue, with low hop levels and notes of peach and citrus on the nose and in the flavor. We recommend this brew to those just venturing into craft beer and anyone looking for a refreshing thirst quencher. Durham's Bryant Bridge crosses Rte. 147, shining brightly at night with its blue LED lights. It is the gateway to the Bull City and this is our gateway to drinking craft beer.
Parrish Street Pale Ale
orange zest, bittersweet caramel, floral hops - 5.0%
Our Parrish Street Pale Ale has an alluring autumn, copper hue. Aromas of caramel, orange zest, and light floral hops greet the nose. The flavor provides a pleasant, sweet malt character up front and the finish is crisp and hoppy, providing a nice counterpoint to the malt. This district of Parrish Street was known as “Black Wall Street” in the early twentieth century, as it was the home to many black-owned businesses including the Mechanics and Farmers Bank and North Carolina Mutual Insurance.
citrusy hops, rye spice, thick mouthfeel - 6.5%
This IPA is brewed with a heavy hand of rye, giving it a full body due to the spicy rye peeking through the malt. The color is an unfiltered copper-orange color and the hop bitterness is balanced. Is it hoppy, yet malty, or malty, yet hoppy? You decide. Named after the Rattelade family grocery store, located near the American Tobacco Campus, which sold beer and sandwiches and hand-delivered groceries to the neighborhood. The Rattelade family still resides in Durham.
Dr. Bartlett's Ordinary Bitter
sessionable, dry, mild bitterness - 4.0%
Ordinary Bitter isn’t very bitter and is far from ordinary. A style not often seen in the US, the Ordinary Bitter is a British "session" ale, lighter in body, thirst quenching and immensely drinkable. Dr. Bartlett S. Durham is the origin of our city’s name. Dr. Durham purchased land between Wake and Orange counties, in the 1840s, where he built a train station. The postman, not knowing what to call the place, would yell out “mail’s here for Durham!” and the name stuck.
Stonewall Brown Ale
cold-brew coffee, cocoa, dark fruits - 5.5%
Stonewall is a British-style brown ale, a well balanced brown ale bold enough to pair with the richest tasting beef burger or a veggie burger with cheese and aioli sauce. This style of beer is a mid-weight body with malty aromas and gentle hop bitterness. Named after NCCU hall of famer, Robert “Stonewall” Jackson. He was the first player from a historically black school drafted by the NFL. He touched countless lives as an assistant football coach, teacher and trainer at N.C. Central for 31 years.
* SPECIAL RELEASE *
candied citrus, summer orchard - 9.0%
Tripels are often known as “evil” beers because the high alcohol level is hidden deep inside a complex winey, spicy, and lighter bodied, dry ale. The Tripel style is golden in color with a dense rocky white head. Watch out, at around 9% ABV this beer will sneak up on you and coax out a little devilish smile. This beer is named for the Taurus Hotel, the original name of the Malbourne Hotel; however, the women of Durham in that era felt the name Taurus was too suggestive. What a bunch of bull.
coming soon to tap
W.E.B. DuBois Saison
bright floral, unfiltered, rustic - 5.8%
Stierstadt Octoberfest Lager
caramel malt, spicy hops, dry, crisp finish - 5.5%
Purchase kegs for your Event
We may be able to provide a keg depending on which beer you request from the current line up and availability. Please read this PDF and contact the ministry of beer for more information. We have sixtels (5.13 gallons) and half-barrels (15.5 gallons). Kegs are filled to order. All beer must be kept cold. You must be 21+ years old and will have to fill out a keg transport form. **all deposits are cash and check only, NO credit cards for deposits please.**
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107 E. Parrish St. #105, Durham, NC 27701
Hours of Operation:
TO GO ORDER PICK-UP, INDOOR & OUTDOOR DINING
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Thursday 4:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Friday and Saturday 11:11 AM to 10 PM
Sunday 11:11 AM to 9 PM