Shared Radiance Performing Arts Co. will perform a fast paced and interactive collage of monologues, sonnets and scenes from Shakespeare’s greatest works. All are welcome. Sponsored by Greensboro Public Library. More info HERE....
Your host Vikki Vassar will take you through your paces. More info HERE....
A collection of Soul, Jazz, Rock and Indie record vendors as well as record players and other miscellaneous items. Greensboro hasn’t hosted a record show in over 5 years and we are happy to bring back a much needed event. Support vinyl and active listening. This event is FREE!!! More info HERE....
Starting Sunday, April 28 from 1-4pm, Gibb’s Hundred Brewing Company will host Greensboro’s one and only Sunday afternoon local market, exclusively in the State Street neighborhood conveniently located between Church and Elm Street. Cross off your weekly shopping list and grab some lunch and tasty brews with your family! More info HERE....
What is Greensboro Pale Ale? It’s a brew that hits the sweet spot between Pale Ale and IPA. We start with Maris Otter & Vienna malts to get a firm, malty backbone with hints of biscuit and grassiness. Amarillo, Simcoe and Chinook hops give a satisfying bitterness and an intense aroma of citrus, flowers & fruit, accented by herbal & piney notes.
Fashioned after the traditions of the 18th & 19th centuries, when a working man's brew was meant to be sustaining, not light and fizzy. Red in color, slightly hazy. Toasty malt character with notes of raisins and nuts complimented by fruity esters and some subtle peppery phenols and balanced out by clean tartness. 5.7% ABV
Ten malts give unsurpassed richness & complexity and full, creamy body. Premium Pale malt is soft & clean. Black Malt, Crystal, Bonlander Munich, and Special Roast malts layer in roast, caramel, chocolate, and coffee. It's balanced with mellow sweetness from milk sugar. The aroma is malt-forward, with a whisper of herbaceous & minty Fuggle hops.
A pleasingly carbonated, aromatic Tripel that feels creamy but finishes dry. Deceptively drinkable. Hints of white pepper, pear and mandarin orange with a light honey sweetness. 9.5%
This clean, refreshing farmhouse style beer has a wonderful spicy aroma, with citrus and pepper predominating. The silky, rich mouthfeel finishes nice and dry with a pleasing alcohol warmth.
Our very popular Hypothesis of Failure IPA reimagined as a Milkshake IPA. Just enough milk sugar to sweeten up the malt a bit and really brighten up the hops - Mosaic, Apollo, Chinook. 6.7% ABV
SILVER MEDAL WINNER Great American Beer Festival
Brewed with 40% wheat, this is an easy drinking beer with a nose that is citrus, floral and herbal, with a touch of clean, almost minty, spiciness. Maximum refreshment for those hot summer days!
This beer has a huge tropical fruit aroma. The potent floral hop flavor is dominated by citrus and pine contributed by Mosaic and Crystal hops. You'll also taste smooth caramel, toasty biscuit, and graham cracker flavors from the Munich and Crystal malts, with a yeast-derived dry and fruity finish.
Gold Medal - GABF 2015. This charmingly drinkable brew is a pleasure to share with friends old and new. Pleasingly full-bodied, it achieves a nice balance of caramelly, nutty, biscuity maltiness, and smooth but assertive bitterness. The premium English and Belgian malt comes through nicely in the nose, along with floral Indie Golding hops, and a wonderful fruitiness from the traditional English yeast.
Brewed with molasses and a touch of vanilla. Deep ruby brown. Aroma of sweet dark fruit. Hint of caramel. 6.7% ABV.