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Wake Forest brewery creates 10 more beers during coronavirus closure

Posted May 26, 2020 9:00 a.m. EDT
Updated May 26, 2020 9:41 a.m. EDT

Norse Brewing (Courtesy of Norse Brewing)

Norse Brewing Company's brewmaster Brad Wynn used the time the brewery was closed due the coronavirus to create a batch of 10 original beers for the Wake Forest brewery.

"I did a tart with hibiscus. I've got a beautiful stout. I've got pale ale. We have a West Coast IPA," Wynn said. "We've got a bunch of different choices."

The brewery opened at 203 Brooks St. in December and was off to a great start until coronavirus closed its doors. The brewery reopened on Friday with restrictions of only 50 percent capacity inside. To add more seating, the brewery added a large tent outside.

"We do have pretty significant outdoor seating as part of the building itself, which we are utilizing as well, a nice big deck, a 600 square-foot deck in the back," owner Chris Jorgensen said.

Norse is also serving up its Southern influenced Scandinavian menu.

Hear more from Norse Brewing's owner and brewmaster on today's Out and About Podcast.

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