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Bottle Revolution to open third location in North Raleigh

Bottle Revolution owner Ted Gross licenses a third location in North Raleigh at the Greystone Village Shopping Center off Leadmine Road.
Bottle Revolution owner Ted Gross licenses a third location in North Raleigh at the Greystone Village Shopping Center off Leadmine Road. Courtesy of Bottle Revolution

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.

This location will be at 7713 Leadmine Road. There is another Bottle Revolution shop at 10970 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 116, Morrisville.

Info: bottlerevolution.com

If you missed my recent story about the second wave of craft beer bottle shops in downtown Raleigh, go HERE.

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