Ponysaurus Brewing, Downtown East

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DURHAM | Ponysaurus Brewing is an independent brewery in Downtown East Durham. Their focus is on combining traditional and experimental American, Belgian and European style brewing techniques and styles in an approach they describe as “forward-thinking and backward-tasting”.

I visited the taproom last year to try some of their beers, and soak in the wonderful atmosphere from the upstairs courtyard. The courtyard overlooks the ground level courtyard, which has a backyard like environment with picnic tables and benches, food trucks, and fairy lights. Inside, there’s TVs playing sports (there’s also TVs outside), and long bar with views of the tanks and brewing equipment.

On tap you’ll find 12 of Ponysaurus’ own beers, along with a rotating guest tap featuring the creations of other local breweries. Try the 6.3% ABV Bière De Garde, a homage to higher-gravity French farmhouse ales, and the also 6.3% ABV, malt heavy Scottish Ale. If you want to take some beer home with you, the brewery maintains a stock of sixtels (about 40 pints), half barrels (about 120 pints), and cases of cans (24 cans) of their core range for walk-up purchase.

For food, it’s the aforementioned food trucks, as well as a small selection of bar snacks like s’mores and chilli.

Ponysaurus Brewing

219 Hood Street
Downtown East
North Carolina 27701
United States

Telephone: 844 369 7669
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Thu: 3:00pm to 11:00pm
Fri: 3:00pm to 12:00am
Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 11:00pm

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