When: Sat., Oct. 15, 1 p.m. 2011
Last spring, the roof of the Liberty Warehouse collapsed and the building was condemned by the city of Durham. The Scrap Exchange moved its operation to the newly christened Cordoba Center for Arts at 923 Franklin St. in East Durham, a space large enough for the organization to expand. Since May, the Scrap Exchange has hosted a number of events to fund the move and expansion; now the group is partnering with BrewDurham, a beer festival highlighting local residents' home brews.
BrewDurham will feature 52 different brews, including the intriguing "Bad Pistachio" Belgian Brown and the "Zombie Juice" Red Ale. Phil Cook & His Feat, Christy Smith, Oyster Destroyster and Peter Dyer Wolf will all perform. Food trucks will be outside, including the new Monuts Donuts truck. There are two sessions, from 1–4 p.m. and from 5–8 p.m; tickets for each session are $30 and can be purchased at the Scrap Exchange, Bull City Homebrew and Sam's Quik Shop. —Meg Stein