Liquid Roots Brewing Project – A Success Story in Town!

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It seems like everywhere you look, there is another great reason to visit Lenoir & the NC foothills, and here’s yet another success story we want to share with you. Liquid Roots is a family and pet-friendly craft brewery with local beer, wine, in-house roasted coffee and an outdoor patio. They keep things interesting with special events and live music every Friday and Saturday. They do not serve food, but frequently host food trucks throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall months while welcoming guests to bring in or order in food from local restaurants when a food truck is not onsite.

Liquid Roots Brewing Project – A Success Story in Town!

The team at Liquid Roots is always focused on creating and fostering a unique, enjoyable experience for their guests. With a substantial amount of knowledge and experience coming from frequent visits to breweries across the country over the past 15 years, it is a safe bet that craft beer drinkers will enjoy the Liquid Roots take on a brewery taproom experience.

If you are looking for something fun to do, you won’t go wrong with a visit to Liquid Roots. They are very community-focused and always on the lookout for ways to make people happy. One way they show this is through Open Mic Night from 7 to 10 pm every Wednesday, hosted by local band, The Benson. Sounds like the perfect way to get over that midweek hump!

Liquid Roots is a family and pet-friendly craft brewery

With a wide variety of events, you are sure to find something you like even if you normally wouldn’t have thought of going to a brewery. They do a great job of combining friendly service, a fun atmosphere, and quality liquids. There truly is something for everyone, so whether you are a dog lover, music lover, cider drinker, craft beer drinker, or wine drinker, you are sure to have a great time. If you haven’t checked out Liquid Roots yet, what are you waiting for?