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Raleigh Beer Garden

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Fallon
Fallon
October 04, 2019
This place won the Guinness Book of World Records for most taps in the world- it's a must check out- just saying (:
Rene'
Rene'
September 07, 2019
Great place to overlook the city if you love beer even if you don't. A fun atmosphere...
Timothy
Timothy
August 28, 2019
Hundreds of beers on tap and a cool outdoor area for day drinking!
Ash
Ash
August 14, 2019
HOLY MOTHER OF BEER TAPS, BATMAN! Wanna catch them all? Literally? All of them? I'm pretty sure you can find at least a dozen beers here you'll love. This place has 366 individual taps of beer, setting the new world record for most beers on tap last I checked. Oh.. and the food is amazing too! Oh,…
Brett & Michele
Brett & Michele
August 12, 2019
Largest selection of international and craft beers in the world - about 15 minute drive. Numerous brewpubs and eateries in this neighborhood.

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Standort
614 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
Telefonnummer+1 919-324-3415
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