Kids, let me tell ya about the old days. Back when downtown Raleigh after dark was a vast wasteland of empty warehouses, the city’s musical epicenter was a few miles west, at the Brewery on Hillsborough Street. It wasn’t too plush or comfortable, but the Brewery was the stage to play and the best-sounding room in town, thanks to sound man Jac Cain. And while the Brewery went under the wrecking ball in 2011, Cain is still working the sound board at Raleigh’s Pour House – which will attempt to rekindle the old club’s mojo with a “Revenge of the Brewery” weekend featuring Terry Anderson, Bad Checks, Jimmy & Th’ Jonez (featuring songs by Th’ Cigarettez) and other golden oldies. Doors open at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and cover is $10-$12. Details at thepourhousemusichall.com.