Supporters of a North Carolina beverage museum hope to raise enough money to pay homage to the state’s long history of making drinks, which includes both alcoholic beverages and sodas. In this photo, Johnston County officials pose with confiscated illegal liquor outside the courthouse in Smithfield in 1951.
Supporters of a North Carolina beverage museum hope to raise enough money to pay homage to the state’s long history of making drinks, which includes both alcoholic beverages and sodas. In this photo, Johnston County officials pose with confiscated illegal liquor outside the courthouse in Smithfield in 1951. File photo
Supporters of a North Carolina beverage museum hope to raise enough money to pay homage to the state’s long history of making drinks, which includes both alcoholic beverages and sodas. In this photo, Johnston County officials pose with confiscated illegal liquor outside the courthouse in Smithfield in 1951. File photo

A museum devoted to beer and drinks made in NC could become a reality

August 03, 2017 8:00 AM

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