7 Reasons Why Our Brewery is Perfect for Your Event

July 21, 2017

Our brewery

Since we opened our doors in 2011, one of the best ways we’ve been able to connect with and support our community is through hosting events, especially for local charities. When we designed our second tap room (N. Tryon location) in 2015, not only was creating a small private space a top priority, but the […]

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Grain to Glass Series Introduction

July 14, 2017

Our brewery

We’re thrilled to introduce to you our new Grain to Glass Video Series! The first video in the series focuses on our sales and self distribution, and in the coming months we’ll release the other three videos. Self-distribution, a choice we’ve made for our brewery, is very important to us. From the day we opened […]

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Conversation’s Brewing with Eric Richardson

July 6, 2017

Our People

Meet Eric Richardson, employee since 2014 and brewer since 2015. We sat down with him to talk about what it’s like to be a brewer at NoDa Brewing! Q: When did you first realize that you wanted to be a brewer? A: After completing the first two years of my Culinary Arts degree, I was […]

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Date coding for bottles and cans: It’s more important than you may think!

June 29, 2017

Beer to-go

Nearly every person who has purchased a canned or bottled beer has noticed the faint ink or laser etched code on the package’s exterior. Most folks probably don’t give it much thought, but is serves several important purposes that we all should care about. In many ways it is no different than the date code […]

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A NoDable Undertaking

June 22, 2017

Our brewery

“It hasn’t always been easy, but it has always been fun,” said Owner Suzie Ford as she thought back on the last (nearly) six years of creating 52 NEW NoDable beers every year. It all started in Portland. Before we opened in the fall of 2011, our founders, Todd and Suzie Ford, headed to Oregon earlier […]

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The Beer That Started It All

June 15, 2017

Beer

Hop, Drop, ‘N Roll started as a home brew recipe in the garage of our founder, and North Carolina native, Todd Ford. Todd started home brewing in Charlotte in the early 1990’s as a hobby when he was at home from his airline pilot job. Todd’s favorite styles to brew were India Pale Ales and […]

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Beware of Stealth “Craft” Brands

June 9, 2017

Beer

It’s no secret that the craft beer industry is booming — just between 2010 and 2016, the production of craft beer has grown by more than 85% across America. North Carolina, as you may know, has been one of the states to help catapult this growth by reaching 200 breweries in 2016, up from just […]

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Serving the Community with More Than Beer

June 1, 2017

Community

Craft beer lovers and brewers have much in common: They’re adventurous – Trying flights of different styles or experimenting with new ingredients.   They’re curious and clever – Taking tours behind the scenes or discovering new brewing tools or techniques.   They’re passionate – About good brew and good times, of course, but also about […]

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NoDajito History

May 25, 2017

Beer

Not long after opening in 2011, Head Brewer Chad Henderson realized that we could build an extremely successful buzz (no pun intended) around festival beer releases when the brew included crazy or interesting ingredients, as proven by our popular S’mores Porter at the time. In the months following, Henderson and OG Funkmaster Bart Roberts brainstormed […]

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Boba Brett Sour Project Intro: Part 2

May 20, 2017

Sour Beer

Sour Power? If you haven’t read part one of this series, start there to get the overview of our brand new Boba Brett Sour Project, and then come back! If you’re in the right place, let’s hop right into answering some of the questions surrounding the Boba Brett Sour Project. You might be wondering, “what […]

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