Get a first taste of Fullsteam’s Cackalacky beer

Posted by Andrea Weigl on January 23, 2014 

Fullsteam’s new Cack-a-lacky beer were canned this week for the first time. Come out for a first taste at the brewery on Friday.


Durham’s Fullsteam Brewery and Cackalacky, a Pittsboro-based spice sauce company, have partnered to make a Cack-a-lacky Ginger Pale Ale.

The public can taste this new beer on Friday. And this Friday only, cans cost $3 each, a six-pack cost $10 and a flat costs $32. Normally, the beer will cost $4 for a can, $12 for a six-pack and $40 for a flat.

The Pie Pushers pizza truck will be serving up pizza using Cack-a-lacky beer as an ingredient in the recipe.

Fullsteam owner Sean Lilly Wilson notes that red heads and those wearing red wigs will get a free Cack-a-lacky can glass.

The brewery is at 726 Rigsbee St. Info:

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