Visit our premier Micro Brew Store today!
GET YOUR BEER
(at The Beer Dispensary of Apex, NC)
(to your great beer experience)
or simply...GET YOUR BEER JOURNEY ON.
The Beer Dispensary is a unique beer store that opened in the fall of 2010 in Historic Downtown Apex, NC and Cary, NC. Our beer store is stocked with the best craft beer and micro brews available in NC, all over the US and around the world in a "tavern-esque" atmosphere! We are excited to bring this great selection of the many styles, from the tame to the wild, the light side and the dark side, of this amazing drink to our little section of the state! We deserve it and it is long overdue!
There will be Tastings and Special Releases (of course) - your job will be to come and experience them at the tasting bar.
Make sure to follow our beer store on Twitter and Facebook so you can find out when we have an event or a new brew comes in.
Stop into our micro brew store, say hi and look around at the still-expanding selection - 400+ and growing! See the walls lined with colorful craft beer labels and great brands, ready to make your taste buds happy! If there are any brands you would like to see us carry, just let us know. We'll be happy to order them for you!
Some of our favorite brands are:
Parking for The Beer Dispensary is on the surrounding streets in the downtown area. Enjoy a stroll and visit some of the great shops and restaurants in the historical district.
The shop will be closed on Sundays and Mondays to rest and get all the beer from your wish list ordered. Tues through Thurs will be open until 6pm and Fri and Sat until 7pm.
Come check out the best craft and micro brew store in the Apex, NC and Cary, NC area. You won't be disappointed!
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|Wed Aug 20 15:07:00 EDT 2014|
We have microbrews that you can't find elsewhere! Stop by or call (919) 267-6040.
|Wed Aug 13 15:06:00 EDT 2014|
We have a huge selection of craft beer. Stop by to get your weekend started!
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|Wed Aug 06 15:05:00 EDT 2014|
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|Wed Jul 02 11:46:00 EDT 2014|
"I went here today to pick up some beer for my husband's birthday. The owner was very helpful by putting together a variety six-pack for him. I told him a few that my husband likes and he did all the work! Great location, great guy hangout spot, easy gift giving! Thanks!" - Juliane M.
|See what's new!|
|Wed Jun 18 09:22:00 EDT 2014|
You can always check out the newest beers we've got by clicking on "latest arrivals" on our website, http://www.thebeerdispensary.com/
|Wed Jun 04 09:20:00 EDT 2014|
If you're in the mood to try something new, don't forget about our free tastings from 5 to 7 p.m. every Thursday! Remember...you're a Beer Journeyer now!
|German Beer Blessing|
|Fri May 16 12:00:00 EDT 2014|
Hopfen und Malz Gott erhalt's.
Meaning "May God save Hops and Malt".
|Ales vs. Lagers whats the difference?|
|Fri May 02 12:00:00 EDT 2014|
The difference between ales and lagers has nothing to do with alcohol content, bitterness or color. The difference actually comes down to the differences in the brewing processes. Ales are made with top fermenting strains of yeast whereas lagers use bottom fermenting yeasts. The other main difference is the temperatures at which the beers ferment. Ales ferment best at warmer temperatures (about 75° F) and lagers ferment best at colder temperatures (46-59° F)....
|An Answer To Your Questions!|
|Mon Mar 31 15:12:00 EDT 2014|
Curious about styles ora particular beer or recommendations? We want to answer any and all questions you have for us! Simply email us at email@example.com for the answers you seek today! Cheers!
|Fri Mar 14 15:57:00 EDT 2014|
What type of the sudsy do you prefer? Lager? Stout? IPA? Porter? We want to know!