Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 07, 2014
The Outer Banks Brewing Station, a popular stomping ground to both locals and tourists alike, has announced a full season of events for the 2014 summer season.
The entire event calendar and outer banks live music schedule can be found on their website, http://www.obbrewing.com, and is also downloadable and mobile friendly. Vacationers can look ahead to see what events are happening during the week of their stay.
"One of the best parts about our summer season on the Outer Banks is that the Brewing Station continues their regular nights like Pho Night, Sunday Brunch, and Ladies Night. Also, there are so many great bands traveling here to play live music on the Outer Banks, essentially there is always something going on at the Outer Banks Brewing Station every night for visitors and locals to enjoy," said Charles Evans, the owner of Outer Banks Media, the Internet Marketing firm for the Outer Banks Brewing Station.
Fans of the handcrafted beer and wind-powered brewery should check the website and/or the Outer Banks Brewing Station Facebook page for special releases, like the planned cask ales, most recently the Wild Golden Rose Pale Ale, being tapped at the end of every month leading up to the summer. The month of April on the Outer Banks brings the fun and famous OBX Bike Week, where the Brewing Station will be featuring selected dinner and drink specials all week long.
"We are really excited for the summer to hurry up and arrive as we can’t wait for the warmer weather to get here. We have really ramped up our event calendar this year and couldn’t be more excited about what we have planned for this summer vacation season here on the Outer Banks," said Eric Reece, co-owner of the Outer Banks Brewing Station.
The Outer Banks Brewing Station’s website also has an online store complete with apparel, pint glasses, growlers, and other souvenirs. The Outer Banks Brewing Station is located in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina at milepost 8 and ½. For hours of operation, event calendar, beer and food menus, and more information on the wind-powered brewery, visit http://www.obbrewing.com.