The Pour Taproom in Durham has a wall of 64 self-pour taps of beer, wine and cider. Guests open a tab, receive a wristband and wave it over the tap of choice. They can pour as much or as little of the beverage as they’d like and are charged by the ounce.
The Pour Taproom in Durham has a wall of 64 self-pour taps of beer, wine and cider. Guests open a tab, receive a wristband and wave it over the tap of choice. They can pour as much or as little of the beverage as they’d like and are charged by the ounce. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com
The Pour Taproom in Durham has a wall of 64 self-pour taps of beer, wine and cider. Guests open a tab, receive a wristband and wave it over the tap of choice. They can pour as much or as little of the beverage as they’d like and are charged by the ounce. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com

64 taps of beer on the wall, 64 taps of beer (and wine and cider, too)

July 20, 2017 08:00 AM

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