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Foothills Brewing, Winston-Salem (Forsyth County)
Welcome to FOOTHILLS BREWING. We are proud to feature a variety of hand-crafted beers brewed right here in downtown Winston-Salem by Brewmaster Jamie Barholomaus. We believe drinking truly fresh beer is one of the greater pleasures in life. We guarantee that FOOTHILLS beer is as fresh as nature allows because it flows directly from our serving tanks to your glass. You just can't get beer that tastes any fresher.
Hoots Roller Bar & Beer Co., Winston-Salem (Forsyth County)
Let it be known that the HOOTS BEER CO. is a mysterious brotherhood which concocts blue collar brews of unmatched character. Combining beer’s old world elements with fair dosages of dark secrets, imagination, and old fashioned rock and roll, H.B.C. are boundless in ambition and highly attuned to Winston-Salem’s industrious spirit and local community. The faceless and nameless conjurers of HOOTS are hellbent on fulfilling one age-old prophecy: You will enjoy the beer you were born to imbibe.
Joymongers Brewing Company, Greensboro (Guilford County)
Lets face it, you can go to any grocery store and find a pretty good selection of craft beer. What you won’t find is OUR beer. That is because we are committed to innovative, local, small batch brewing. At every opportunity, we combine the finest seasonal ingredients from across the U.S. with the best grains and hops from around the world. We are a small business, supporting small businesses and reinvesting our revenue here at home. While we enjoy sharing some of our brews with our friends at area bottle shops and bars, most of our selection is only available in our Taproom.
Kernersville Brewing Company, Kernersville (Forsyth County)
Liberty Steakhouse and Brewery, High Point (Guilford County)
Liberty means many things to many different people. It's a celebration of the great American farmer and the rich bounty he puts on our plates. It's a celebration of America's rich ethnic cooking styles. It's a celebration of the resurgence of the handcrafted-brewing style of the pre-prohibition small American brewery. Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is based on America's rich ethnic cooking styles, complimented by finely hand-crafted beers, tantalizing starters and perfectly seared steaks. We've got something brewing you're sure to like. Liberty is also a celebration of life, family and the pursuit of happiness. So bring us your hungry, your thirsty and fun-loving, we'll send you home refreshed and fulfilled.
Natty Greene's Pub and Brewing Company, Greensboro (Guilford County)
Natty Greene's Pub and Brewing Company is one of the most frequented restaurants in the downtown area and in Greensboro. Natty's offers a variety of menu items such as platters, appetizers, beverages and specialty housecrafted brew on tap along with a sports bar atmosphere and patio dining available. Great restaurant for all ages. Childrens menu available.
Old North State Winery & Brewery, Mt Airy (Surry County)
Our American Style Pale Ale uses Hops grown in Oregon with only natural products and whole grains in our production. Our hand crafted Ales are made in small batches and are available on tap at our tasting bar.
Pig Pounder Brewery, Greensboro (Guilford County)
The Pig Pounder Brewery is named after a beer launched by the Darryl's restaurant chain in 1988. We feature an interactive tasting room, made for connecting with our guests and educating them more about beer, hourly tours, and a large patio!
Preyer Brewing Co., Greensboro (Guilford County)
Red Oak Brewery, Whitsett (Guilford County)
Red Oak Brew Pub was opened in February of 1991. In addition to brewing according to the Law of Purity, we decided not to filter or pasteurize our Bavarian Lagers to ensure the vitamins remain whole for that rich, mellow taste. Within months of opening the pub we began selling Red Oak to other accounts in the Greensboro area. In no time the 6 original aging tanks were maxed out so we added on to the building and installed 13 new tanks. By 2001 Red Oaks popularity had grown so much that we were brewing 24/7...and out of aging capacity. We began the search for a location to build a larger brewery with space to accommodate future growth. After settling on a 12 acre tract along I 40/85 between Greensboro and Burlington in 2003...we began discussions with 3 Bavarian Brewery fabricators. Rolec of Cheming, Bavaria was chosen to supply the new brewery; and in 2005 construction began on the building to house it. By the summer of 2007 Red Oak was ready to open the nation's most modern computerized brewing facility...consistently producing the Freshest, Purest, Bavarian Lagers in America.
Skull Camp Brewery, Mt Airy (Surry County)
Craft beer is exploding across the nation and across our own state of North Carolina. Skull Camp Brewing is very excited to bring the love and passion of craft beer to the Mt. Airy area.
Small Batch Beer Company, Winston-Salem (Forsyth County)
Small Batch is a place that invites you in for a totally different drinking adventure every time you walk through its door. No matter what we’re making, we experiment with ingredients. Not obey recipes. It’s this willingness to take risks and push the limits that makes us able to introduce you to an experience like never before.
Westbend Vineyards & Brewhouse, Lewisville (Forsyth County)
Our brewhouse offers four beers year round and one seasonal. They are available for tasting and sales in our tap room by the pint, growler and kegs. We invite you to come out to our tap room and enjoy our craft brewed beers.
Wise Man Brewing, Winston-Salem (Forsyth County)
"He was a Wise Man who invented beer!" We couldn’t agree more!
And it has only gotten better over the centuries. Across the globe,
mankind has been combining the same four ingredients to create
a wide abundance of beer styles. Here at Wise Man Brewing, we want to celebrate this diversityby brewing an ever-changing lineup
to share with you.