From left, NC Museum of History educator Sally Bloom watches as Big Boss Brewery visitors Jason Honeycutt handles a small reproduction handmade metal oil lamp and Peter and Mona Tauber examine what is a reproduction hog scraper during a Saturday, August 13,2016 one-day off-site pop-up history interactive table of unfamiliar tools of the past at the popular small brewery on Wicker Drive in Raleigh. Honeycutt and the Taubers are all Raleigh residents.
From left, NC Museum of History educator Sally Bloom watches as Big Boss Brewery visitors Jason Honeycutt handles a small reproduction handmade metal oil lamp and Peter and Mona Tauber examine what is a reproduction hog scraper during a Saturday, August 13,2016 one-day off-site pop-up history interactive table of unfamiliar tools of the past at the popular small brewery on Wicker Drive in Raleigh. Honeycutt and the Taubers are all Raleigh residents. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, NC Museum of History educator Sally Bloom watches as Big Boss Brewery visitors Jason Honeycutt handles a small reproduction handmade metal oil lamp and Peter and Mona Tauber examine what is a reproduction hog scraper during a Saturday, August 13,2016 one-day off-site pop-up history interactive table of unfamiliar tools of the past at the popular small brewery on Wicker Drive in Raleigh. Honeycutt and the Taubers are all Raleigh residents. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Learning NC history in a brewery

August 13, 2016 04:59 PM

UPDATED August 14, 2016 09:04 PM

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