New experimental brewery to come to downtown Cary

August 4, 2018 by  

Downtown Cary will soon be home to a new brewery in North Carolina.

Cotton House Craft Brewers plans to carry out small barrel aging and some batch brewing at the Cary location, while Fayetteville is where the main brewing will occur. The tap house itself will offer their own beer flavors, cider, wine, and also non-alcoholic options. A variety of more conventional beers will be offered, including several types of IPAs, a Belgian pale ale, and a stout.

Brent Webb, owner of Cotton House, said the building is on the National Historic Registry so there will be few disruptions in the renovations. In order to keep the character of the building, the original ceilings and floors will be kept. It will have a pre-Prohibition era aesthetic and historic photos of Cary will be hung on the walls.

On the outside there will be a deck for people to gather and a stage for live performances. A local artist and help from the Cary Arts Center will carve the large stump in front of the building.

Webb plans to partner with the Mayton Inn and other local restaurants to provide the food that will be served at the tap house.

Cotton House Craft Brewers is expected to open this fall. Various kinds of promotional products can be used to publicize such openings and the features that make them unique.