Raise Your Glass at Full Steam Brewery

Raise Your Glass at Full Steam Brewery

Handcrafted beer, fresh local ingredients and a distinct Southern flair these are what you’ll get a Full steam, an inventive tavern/brewery in the Central Park district. The wide-open tavern might best be described as rec-center chic, with ping pong and picnic tables creating a distinctly Durham vibe.


As for beer recommendations, we loved the chocolaty Working Man's Lunch and the El Toro Classic Cream Ale. There's no food available, but a slew of food trucks can typically be found outside.

Location & contact:
Durham Central Park's D.I.Y. District
726 Rigsbee Avenue
Web: http://www.fullsteam.ag

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