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Waterline Brewery Composed by "Our State" Online Magazine

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Hello Fellow Brew Lovers....

You've got to take a few moments and check out the video covering Waterline Brewery that was composed by the online magazine "Our State". Our State is an information resource that celebrates and promotes the beauty of North Carolina to include its culture, food, destinations, people, and more. They saw fit to cover our little piece of North Carolina paradise in the video you should watch here.

With Waterline's products now served throughout Wilmington, we're finding heightened interest in the beer's origin. All the standard questions of who, what, when, where, and why. The aforementioned video focus mostly on the history of the 1930's-era manufacturing warehouse (built by the Jacobi Hardware Manufacturing Company) and the lengths that owners Rob, Eve, and Brian went through to restore the historical marvel into Waterline Brewery.

To visit Waterline is so much more than a pit-stop for what is rapidly becoming the standard for microbrew excellence. You literally take a step back in time at one of the most scenic settings in Wilmington. Add-in a regular stream of professional musical talent and an assortment of visiting culinary offerings and you'll find yourself immersed in a truly unique Wilmington experience. We invite you to watch our video and drop-in to see it all for yourself. While you're at it, bookmark our Upcoming Events" page and stay updated on who's playing and who's servin' up the eats.

See you soon beer fans!

 

Waterline's Brewing Update

Darren Kincaid - Monday, December 21, 2015

Kyle Lindley never fails to entertain.

Busy week this week down at Waterline Brewing Company! If you missed La Bella Airosa on Friday, you missed some of the best authentic tacos and Mexican food in town. We all went back for seconds! Then Saturday we ate 2Bros. Coastal Cuisine to the sounds of Kyle Lindley. Awesome local talent both in food and music!



2 BROS Food Truck has the best Authentic Mexican food in Town.


Does this make you thirsty? It's our new Waterline Rye. Read below...

We brewed our Red, Stout, and a new double batch of Kolsch...thirsty folks around here drank it all up! Saturday at noon we tapped our special limited release of Waterline Rye (shown at right) and it met with smiles all around...it's a pale ale with a rye twist. So many people started out saying "...I don't really like rye" wound up ordering a full pint after just a taste. Come on by and let's see if we can convince you, too. IPA and Tripel update: fermentations' complete, we're cold crashing them for clarity and stability, and we'll be kegging shortly after Christmas. Yep, you got it, they'll be ready for New Years!

So what are you waiting for? Come on by and check us out...you'll be glad you did. And for you commuters headed home every day to Leland sitting in line on Front Street waiting to get on the bridge...let us help relieve your stress. Why wait in line when you can be at the Waterline? Come taste what your friends are talking about...great local ales brewed right here under the bridge! Cheers! Rob

Wilmington’s Latest Brewery: Waterline Brewing Co.

Joseph Coupal - Monday, December 07, 2015

Waterline Brewing Co. is the latest brewery to join the esteemed Wilmington brewing scene. Located off of Front Street, just south of downtown, the taps at Waterline Brewing Co. will begin to flow alongside the Cape Fear River starting this Saturday, December 5th at 12 pm.

The opening will showcase Waterline’s handcrafted brews, as well as food from Two Bros and Vittles food trucks and will also feature live music from local artists. The lineup consists of: Boba Funk, Dirty White Rags and The Clams, who will host their album release party. This kicks off the first of many live music events to be held at Waterline Brewing Co. brought to you by The Art Factory.

The scenic Cape Fear brings a stunning backdrop where friends can sit outside and take in the sunset as they share a beer. The brewery itself shares the old Jacobi Warehouse with The Art Factory art gallery, offering additional entertainment for the whole family. Keeping with the craft brewing sense of preservation, Waterline Brewing Co. decided to ‘restore old’, rather than ‘build new’. It took over a year to complete the renovation process on this 20,000 square foot building, but the wait will be well worth it. Inside you’ll find great heart pine posts and beams that surround the layout for the taproom. The taproom showcases a 5 barrel steam-fired brewing system that will brew their variety of flagships beers which span the full range of color and taste.

Owners Brian Bell and Rob & Eve Robinson bring decades of brewing experience to the table. The three are relieved to have the renovation process finished but Rob said they wouldn’t have had it any other way,

“The goal from the beginning was to build a professional quality brewery but to preserve the historical qualities at the same time. Brian, Eve, and I are all really proud of how it turned out and we can’t wait to share it with people!” Rob and brew-master Brian Bell started off as homebrewers themselves and are excited about turning their hobby into a business that serves a tight knit community.

“Our goal is to make and share great beer! There’s something to be said about handcrafted beer served in the same place where it was brewed,” Rob added.

The accepting culture of the Wilmington brewing community has been on full display as Waterline has entered the scene. Waterline Brewing Co. has been welcomed with open arms, receiving much support from breweries such as: Front Street, Flytrap, Wilmington Brewing Co., Broomtail, Good Hops and Ironclad as they’ve prepared for their opening. All three owners spoke highly of their neighboring breweries.

“We’re not only brewers ourselves, but we visit all the other breweries and love their beer too.” This sense of unity fuels friendly competition among them and is one of the many reasons why Wilmington is emerging as one of the leading brew cities in an already competitive state.

Craft brewing in Wilmington is growing quickly and we love it! It’s awesome to get more local breweries, more choices and styles and different brewer’s interpretations, all great. There’s more room for growth still and we look forward to being part of it.” Waterline Brewing Co. is located off South of downtown at 721 Surry St., just one block off of Front Street. Come join them this weekend for delicious food, live local music and it goes without saying, Cold. Crisp. Beer.

Cheers!


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Welcome to Waterline Brewing Co

Joseph Coupal - Monday, December 07, 2015

Waterline Brewing Co. operates in a rehabilitated section of the old Jacobi Hardware warehouse located on Surry Street, just under the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge. This wonderful old structure has a great history. It was built in the 1930s and 1940s in distinct sections using concrete block, cinder block, and rough cut heart-pine timbers. We’ve worked hard to preserve the look and feel of the original structure while updating some of the infrastructure to modern needs: upgraded electrical service, water and sewer, new bathrooms and heating and air conditioning in the taproom. Join us on our tours where our staff will outline not only the brewing process but share some of the history and details of our beautiful home.