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A little information about what FSBC will be up to in the coming weeks.

Fall Festival Pouring with Circa Gallery!

On Saturday, October 6 from 1-5pm, Four Saints Brewing Company will be pouring Potter's Clay Amber Ale (and maybe one or two others!) on Circa Gallery's patio. 

So, come on out to one of Randolph County's premiere, and most popular, events and get some good foods, peruse the myriad of vendors, and have some great beer.

For more information about Fall Festival, click here.
For more information about Circa Gallery, click here.

A Celebration: 30 Years of Pottery!

We are pleased to invite you to visit us on Saturday, October 13th at Whynot Pottery ~ rain or shine ~from 2 until 5 as we unveil our 2012 St. Nicholas Christmas Ale during Whynot's 30 Year Celebration "Muds 'n' Suds" Event.  Mark and Meredith will be offering limited edition pots stamped and signed especially to commemorate the occasion.  Not to mention a few other friends, Raven Pottery and Abela Body Care, will be on site as well.  

The "Muds and Suds" event will take place on 
Saturday, October 13th (9 to 5) or Sunday, October 14th, (11 to 4).  Come by and take care of that important Christmas present early while enjoying great pottery and great beer.  Find out more about Whynot Pottery here.
The Future of NC's Water: 2012 Central Park NC's Annual Gathering
October 18, 2012

 
As brewers, water is vital to our business. Since it is such a commonality in our first world lives, however, we sometimes we do take it for granted. The future of NC's water is so important to us as a business and as citizens of this Old North State. 

Are you concerned with the future of NC's water? If so, the Central Park NC's Annual Gathering event should be on your calendar. There will be great conversation, many opportunities to be educated, great local food, and great local beer.  We will be serving Potter's Clay Amber Ale and (our new!) Warrior Monk Belgian Stout. Hope to see you there!




The First Annual Randolph Ramble Open Studio Tour will be held on October 20-21, 2012. You are invited to explore and delve into an array of original art created by local artists while enjoying the fall colors of October in Central North Carolina.  Visitors will take a Free Self-Driving Tour through the beautiful rural scenery of Randolph County to visit local artists' studios.

We will be setup at the home of Beverly Wilson, owner of State of the Art Custom Framing on Saturday, October 20 from 1-4pm.  The beers we will be bringing are a surprise, so you'll have to stop by!  For more info, including address, click here.

Each studio will have art for sale so we invite you to keep your holiday gift list in mind. There will be a wide variety of unique gifts affordably priced along with larger pieces for the art collector.  For an online map of all particpating artists with specific info, click here.

Celebrate Celtic Art

Opening Reception:
Friday, October 19 (5pm-8pm)

Circa Gallery and FSBC will host an open art show for artists of all media and levels.  The show is titled "Celebrate Celtic Art", and all works should reflect this theme.  If you are interested in submitting art to the show, please click here for more info and to download an entry/submission form.

We will be introducing our fall seasonal, Clach Neart Scottish Ale, at the show!  Word on the street is we're looking for kilts...just sayin'.

Cask Ales for Tails
On Wednesday, October 24th Rockfish Seafood Grill will be hosting Cask ales for Tails. This event will feature casks from four not yet open NC Craft Breweries - Four Saints, Haw River, Raleigh Brewing, and Deep River -  donated in support of a great cause - to support the Triangle's oldest no-kill shelter.

Use #ales4tails on Twitter to tweet about and keep up with updates about this event.
For more details, click here.

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