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January 2018

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13 New Years Eve CELEBRATION IN STYLE "Experience the Difference" Serving Goldsboro - Wilson Clayton - Kinston Greenville - New Bern Smithfield - Rocky Mount Raleigh Durham Jacksonville - Wilmington Relax and celebrate with friends as 2017 turns to 2018 as you ride in first class accommodations in our Limousines and Luxury Cars. Call us to do the driving, as you arrive safely and in style! BarNewLuxuryTransportation.com 919-247-7129 53DCT1217S© The warehouse door is kept open, and heat lamps are positioned across the ceiling to keep drinkers warm and toasty when the alcohol fails them. The beers on tap vary wildly in flavor pro- file and variety, many of which you can't find in stores. Big Boss' Tavern Ale harkens back to when each brewpub made its own beer, and you could go and order the trusted old house staple. It's robust in flavor but not-overly so, it's got just the right amount of sweetness and bitterness added by hops. But it's only avail- able for a limited time, as it'll be gone at the end of December. If sour is your thing and you enjoy a rounded profile of sweet and tart that still tastes like beer, go after the Shutterbug. It's a bouquet of interesting flavors that leaves the palate satisfied and lacks nothing in com- plexity. This isn't to say you can't go in and have a good old- fashioned romp with beers that are endlessly drink- able with fantastic flavors. Big Boss has those if that's what you're in to, and those are the company's staples. Hell's Belle is a Belgian style ale with a smooth, yet spicy citrus finish and comes in at a whopping 7 percent alcohol by volume. Move over to Bad Penny and you get a dark beer with caramel and fruit finishes that slides down at a cool 5.5 percent ABV. And if drinking isn't your thing — maybe you shouldn't be at a brewery — don't worry, they've got a ping pong table and tele- visions for anyone just wanting to relax with friends but not imbibe. But it's highly recommended you do. With big barrels lining the back wall, steel brewing kegs on another wall and plenty of good beer to indulge in, just make sure you get a designated driver, and hop in the craft beer world and go crazy. n Brewin' like a boss story continued from page 12 While people can buy a select few staple beers year-round, the Big Boss taproom has dozens of beers to choose from and enjoy.

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