Monday, July 31, 2017

Brewery Profile: Little City Brewing and Provisions Co.

                                                                                                                                                 Photo by Paul Prause
A couple bartenders at Little City Brewing and Provisions Co. pose for a photo.

Little City Brewing and Provisions Co.
400 W. North Street, Suite120, Raleigh

It was my first time inside Little City Brewing and Provisions Co. since it opened to the public. Myself and fellow beer drinker Paul Prause had a good time at our last stop of the evening, as Paul found someone who watched the Showtime series, Shameless. The thing I liked about LCB was that not only can you order some beer, but wine and up to 11 specialty cocktails. 

One of the bartenders that day mentioned that they were still working on the ideas to also have a bodega-style kitchen with light food items. Once LCB has that operational, as well as a few more beers on draft, this will really be a nice place to hang out. And being that LCB's owner,Jon Seelbinder, also owns Raleigh hangouts such as The Architect, Linus & Peppers, Virgil's Tacos and Level Up, I think he knows what's he's doing in the Oak City.

Phone: (919) 502-7155
Web: thelocalicon.com/little-city
Owner: Jon Seelbinder
Head brewer: Bert Halpert
Brewing system: 7 barrel brewing system
Year established: 2016
Flagship beer: Jalapeno IPA
Hours: Monday - Thursday: 3 p.m. - 12 a.m.; Friday: 3 p.m. - 2 a.m.; Saturday: 12 p.m. - 2 a.m.; Sunday: 12 p.m. - 12 a.m. 
Parking: Street parking 
Free Wi-Fi: Yes (GreatBeer) 
Dog friendly: Yes 
Stickers: Yes


Beers on draft: 5 beers on tap, 8-9 guest taps (when we were there)
Pints/costs: $4/$6
Flights: $10 (four 5-ounce pours)
Food on site: Foodtrucks on weekends
Cans/bottles for sale: No
Growler/howler fills: Yes
Crowler fills: No
Wine available: Yes
Within walking distance: Raleigh Beer Garden, Carolina Ale House, Sullivan's Steak House, 42nd Street Oyster Bar, Clouds Brewing, Mosaic Wine Lounge
Sampled during our visit: Amber, Hefeweizen, Kolsch, Imperial IPA, Jalapeno Serrano, plus a local coffee-infused Kolsch

Photos by Paul Prause

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