Bottle Revolution, a craft beer shop off Lake Boone Trail in Raleigh, will add a third location at the Greystone Village Shopping Center off Leadmine Road in North Raleigh.
Ted Gross, owner of the first Bottle Revolution shop, said that he has entered into a licensing agreement with the new location’s owners, Jon Seier and Bucky Van Nortwick, a regular customer who previously owned a craft beer business.
“It’s great that people share a similar vision when it comes to craft beer and want to be a part of what we do,” Gross said Wednesday.
Gross said the 2,000-square-foot store will hopefully open by May 5 in time for the Cinco de Mayo celebration at its neighbor, Gonza Tacos y Tequila. The store will have eight beers on draft as well as four wines on tap and a larger emphasis on wine, Gross explained.
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This location will be at 7713 Leadmine Road. There is another Bottle Revolution shop at 10970 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 116, Morrisville.
If you missed my recent story about the second wave of craft beer bottle shops in downtown Raleigh, go HERE.