Norse Brewing Gets Festive with CranMerry Tart Sour for the Holidays

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Wake Forest, North Carolina – (December 15, 2021) Norse Brewing Company, where hospitality is served by the pint, today released its special brew for the 2021 holiday season – CranMerry Tart, a delicately balanced sour beer that will make even the most irascible Grinch smile. Made with 230 lbs of cranberries per batch, CranMerry Tart registers a ho ho holiday  4.3% ABV and 20 IBU, making it the ideal beer to raise as part of anyone’s holiday cheer.

“The past twelve months at Norse Brewing Company have been something to celebrate as we’ve grown our team, welcomed hundreds of new friends and crafted some truly special beers,” said Brad Wynn, Norse’s Brewmaster. “We can’t wait to celebrate this holiday season and bring this to our regular guests, friends we haven’t met yet and those that we’ll meet in the new year.”

CranMerry Sour is on tap at Norse Brewing Company’s Wake Forest tap room and restaurant. It’s the perfect compliment to a good time, holiday cheer, toasting Marge from HR during a company party, and goes with any ugly sweater ever worn by anyone, anywhere.

About Norse Brewing Company

Founded in 2019 by a Dane, his wife, sister-in-law, and two friends, one that knew how to brew a freaking good beer, Norse Brewing Company is centered on the Norse tradition of hospitality. Stop by with friends one of the many beers brewed onsite, have a bit to eat and become part of our family. Check out the menu, get directions, find out about events and see what’s on tap tonight here: Norse Brewing Company – Beer | Food | Family.

Norse Brewing Company

203 Brooks Street | Wake Forest, NC 27587

(919) 554-4555

Monday – Thursday   11:00AM – 10:00PM
Friday  11:00AM – 11:00PM
Saturday 11:00AM-11:00PM
Sunday   10:00AM – 9:00PM

Effective July 2021, we have implemented a 2% kitchen bonus to every guest check. The money gets distributed evenly between all our amazing kitchen staff. The goal is to provide more equity between Front & Back of House roles, help retain and invest in our current staff, and allow the Back of House to experience the success of Norse as a whole.