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Just discovered this one: http://durhamfood.wordpress.com

in case they're not well-known here, here are a couple more:

http://durhamfoodie.blogspot.com/

http://jhv.blogs.com/eatatjoes/

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  1. Have you heard about the new Triangle Brewing Co. that just opened in downtown Durham?

    http://www.trianglebrewery.com/

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    1. re: bbqme

      I had their first beer, their Belgian Golden Ale, at the Carolina Ale House a couple of weeks ago. It was a nice summer beer. Had the faintest hint of banana, but it was much less pronounced than with many other American Belgians. It seemed a bit hoppier than average for that style, too, which worked nicely for me. Overall it seemed a good hybrid. I'd order it again.

      1. re: rossgrady

        I'll check them out at Tyler's on Wednesday :)

        1. re: termite

          You guys going to the World Beer Festival in Durham in October? I been twice before and it is awesome! Triangle Brewing will be there so I look forward to meeting the brewers thre.

          1. re: bbqme

            I will be there, pouring beer at the Cask and Barrel-aged beer tent for Pop The Cap. I'm just now exchanging emails with Rick from Triangle Brewing, who is offering to put his beer on cask at the festival. Wahoo!

            1. re: peetoteeto

              I'll be there too. It'll be my first time. I'm really looking forward to it!

              1. re: peetoteeto

                Tried cask ales fro the first time last year at the Festival. It was so good-- an epipheny! I regretted not going to the cask ale tent first. I have learned my lesson and will head there first this year before I'm too loaded with beer to really enjoy cask ales to their fullest.

            2. re: termite

              Eh. Tried it last night. Not bad, but a little on the watery side. Not bad, but could be better. Nonetheless, I'm looking forward to watching (tasting) them develop.