There might be a world pandemic going on, but that isn't stopping some businesses from moving forward with catering to their community's needs. Supporting local businesses is important to keep them up and running for when people can actually enjoy a meal inside these locations. To keep local spirits up, this new brewery in North Carolina just opened and is already serving their next door neighbors.  

Royal Bliss Brewing Company in Denver, North Carolina recently opened on Thursday, March 26.  Some would think it's risky to open during a world pandemic, however that didn't stop these passionate foodies. 

Ginger Griffin and Larry Griffin Jr.’s plans and dreams had to go on despite what was happening around the world, including Charlotte. The Griffins told The Charlotte Observer that they "have seen a great deal of support since opening for takeout orders.”

All breweries and restaurants in the state are only allowed to sell to-go food, so guests can't go further than the lobby in this two-story, exposed brick eatery. 

The new venue has been releasing a new menu with a variety of craft beers and food items each week to give customers a taste of what their full menu will look like.

Currently, there is no slated time for this new menu to be released, so customers can simply come back for their faves anytime.

Royal Bliss serves up pizza, nachos, pub pretzels with cheese, sandwiches and wings. 

There are seven craft beers to choose from including a creative oatmeal stout and a New Zealand IPA. Customers can purchase a 4-pack case or a growler of their favorite beer.

Royal Bliss also serves caffeinated in-house made kombucha options, unlike many other breweries in NC. There are four options including Flower Power, Lavender Lemonade, The Enabler and Bee Ginger. 

Once the shelter-in-place guideline is lifted and people can go to restaurants again, the beer garden and exposed second-floor patio will be filled with customers enjoying craft beer. 

Royal Bliss Brewery 

Price: 💸

Address: 7532 Royal Bliss Ct., Denver, NC

Why You Need To Go: This brand new brewery is offering to-go orders on their craft beer and food.