A unique, heavily curated and very different approach to the craft beer experience.
A message from our friends at Burial Beer Co.:
“We are excited to announce the next chapter in Burial Beer’s retail growth – The Exhibit. Our new exploratory space opens this Saturday, January 5th from 2PM- 10PM, adjacent to Transfer Co. Food Hall in Raleigh’s growing downtown located at 500 E. Davie St., Ste. 170. The Exhibit is a place to share the story of Burial Beer Co. It’s a complete journey through our art, our products and our mantra about life and death.
This is a unique, heavily curated and very different approach to the craft beer experience. Our Raleigh exhibit space is a boutique gallery for our beer and art. The expression is similar to that of a cafe, where visitors can sample wares and take their favorites to go. We drew inspiration from chefs who have their large restaurants and their “to go” cafes, offering a different take on the customer experience.
It’s something unique and special to the Raleigh area, and its not intended to duplicate Burial’s original taproom. Our origin will always be in the funky little shack on Asheville’s South Slope. We hope that people see this new space as an outlet for our artistic passions and a focused tasting experience.
This narrow, limited space allows explorers the opportunity to sample our rarest beers on draft and in package. We will offer explorative cans and bottles previously available only in its Asheville taproom. Visitors should consider this place a permanent outpost for can releases where people can come and obtain small batch releases to share and commune outside of the confines of our walls.
We will open with a bevy of can and bottle releases starting at 2PM. Our storefront is adjacent to the main entry doors at Transfer Co on E Davie St. The line for the releases will form west on E. Davie Street and turn onto East Street avoiding intersections and staying within Transfer Co. food hall property. There is access to our space from the street. Due to the limited nature of the space, we can only allow so many folks in at a time. We will have a cart specifically for to-go beer and merch at the front of the space to allow for easy access and quick processing. We will process the line to get you cans as quickly as we can and we appreciate the support.
Long Leaf Swine will be on site to keep your stomachs full while you wait. Their team of chefs produce some of the best BBQ in the Triangle and will continue to work with Burial at Transfer for future releases. The Burial team is coming up from Asheville and we hope to meet as many folks as possible!
Below are the taproom only releases for opening weekend, including a killer showcase of collaborations with our friends. Several of these beers are extremely limited:
I Used to Be An Athlete DIPA (Collaboration with Other Half Brewing)
To Streak Blood Across My Brow DIPA
Houtenhamer Double Bourbon Barrel Aged Imp Stout
The Virtue of Patience Bourbon Barrel Aged Barleywine
The Savages of Ruminating Minds IPA
Beneath Cascading Tides Golden Sour with Apricot and Noyaux (Collaboration with Cascade Brewing)
The River Runs Black Dark Sour with Blackberries and Blueberries
Jealousy and Murder Mixed Culture Saison 2018 Vintage (Collaboration with Blackberry Farm Brewery)
Land of Eternity Rolling Plains Lager (Collaboration with Jester King Brewery)
We will also have an assortment of rotating core brands available for sale each day.
For opening weekend we will be operating on limited hours, being open on Saturday, January 5th from 2-10PM and Sunday January 6th from 2-10PM. Beginning next week, January 10th, we will settle into regular hours please reference social media for updates on hours next week.
As this is an experimental space, we are also simplifying payment by accepting credit/debit card only. No cash will be on hand. This allows for faster processing and a safer place for staff.
Burial Beer Co.’s Exhibit space is located alongside Transfer Co. Food Hall, a multi-use building with a menagerie of talented tenants including Videri Chocolate Factory, Locals Seafood, Benchwarmers Bagels, Che Empanadas, Captain Cookie and The Milkman, Dank Burrito, Sushinara and Sweet Peas Urban Gardens.”