Uberpopular brewery Bond Brothers is opening a new taproom concept in Salvage Yard, across the street from Raleigh Iron Works (!). The new taproom, NOCO—or No Company—represents the owner-brothers Jeremy and Jay Bond commitment to creating an inclusive community space for all to enjoy, and adding to their growing list of Triangle venues.
“The vision and scope of the Salvage Yard project is impressive,” says Jay and Jeremy Bond. “To be included in this is extremely exciting. We look forward to bringing what we know and love to this new destination.”
Per the release: The taproom concept will feature a wide selection of craft beer brewed on-site, plus coffee, tea, craft cocktails, wine, and a light food menu focused on locally sourced goods and sandwiches. The space will offer over 6,000 square feet of indoor space for brewing and seating, along with ample outdoor seating ops. Greenery will be a highlight throughout the space and will leverage their existing music venue location, Bond Brothers Eastside, to bring live music and concert series to the district.
“We are excited to have NOCO join Salvage Yard alongside Triangle Rock Club,” says Grubb Ventures Director of Leasing McKenzie Wilson. “We think their creativity and commitment to engaging the community makes them a natural fit in the entertainment district we’re creating.”