Featuring: Asheboro – Graham – High Point – Thomasville – Lexington – Mt. Airy – Saxapahaw – Madison

Brown Truck Brewery

Brown Truck Brewery is known for their welcoming atmosphere and tasty craft beer. Their beer won national awards before they even opened the doors to the brewery. They took home the gold at the Great American Beer Festival, winning the Very Small Brewing Company and the Very Small Brewing Company Brewer of the Year awards. They also won gold and silver medals for three of their beers.

They are one of three craft breweries in High Point, and their inviting atmosphere makes them a great hangout spot for locals and visitors alike.

Bull City Ciderworks

Bull City Ciderworks has 16 cider tops and a selection of canned NC craft beer. There is plenty of entertainment while you drink: Board games, Corn hole, live music, community events, and HD televisions. Children and friendly dogs are welcome. Feel free to bring your own eats!

To learn more, visit http://www.visitlexingtonnc.com/listings/bull-city-ciderworks-2/

Hell on Horsecreek Brewing

Hell on Horsecreek Brewing features fresh, locally brewed beers of Smoke and Fire. There is a wide range of tastes, from the traditional to the outrageous. Brewed the Hell on Horsecreek way, with real ingredients onsite right behind the bar. Cold draft beer served across the bar directly from brewery tanks. Enjoy at the taproom and bring your friends, family, pets and/or kids. Streetside in small town downtown Madison, NC

To learn more, visit the website here.

Four Saints Brewing Company

The Heart of NC’s first and finest brewing company! Four Saints brews “Great Beer for Great People” from Hefeweizens to IPAs and everything in between.

The taproom, located in downtown Asheboro, NC, brings together the community for regional food trucks, events, and weekly trivia nights. Stop in and order the Omie Blonde Ale, named after a local legend, Naomi Wise.

To learn more, visit the website here. 

Haw River Ales

It’s the perfect mesh of Belgian-style brewing and southern Carolina charm. In the heart of Saxapahaw, just around the corner from the Haw River Ballroom, The Eddy Pub and the Saxapahaw General Store, where locals gather for food, drink and good conversation.

Their 3000 square feet of space, in the dye building at the old Dixie Yarns Cotton Mill, houses a 10-barrel system with lots of extras. It’s just big enough to keep up with demand, but nimble enough to let us do more creative things with hops, malt, different yeasts and tons of fresh, local ingredients—supported by friends in our Farmhand Exchange. Program.

To learn more, visit the website here. 

Forgotten Road Ales

This brewery specializes in barrel aged beers, wild and sour beers, & hazy IPAs. That’s not all their known for, though. Forgotten Road Ales is a veteran-owned, small craft brewery. They’re passionate about inspired beer & beer education.

Every beer has a story to tell. Venture down the Forgotten Road.

Check out their Facebook page here.

Burlington Beer Works

As a brewery, they are founded around the idea of “truly local” beer. Sourcing their  beer recipes and inspiration through partnerships with East of Elon Home Brewing Cooperative and other local home and professional brewers. . All of our Burlington Beer Works beers will be crafted locally, brewed on site, and only available at our restaurant.

As a restaurant, they believe that sustainable, local, and responsibly sourced food should be available to everyone at a reasonable price. Our menu will fluctuate with the ebb and flow of the seasons.

To learn more, visit Burlington Beer Works.

Bright Penny Brewing

This Mebane brewery offers ales, lagers, porters, stouts and IPA’s along with a great menu and some of the best pizza around.

To learn more, visit Bright Penny Brewing.